‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Reversible Costume Available Now


Shop Disney is releasing a reversible Spider-Man: No Way Home costume coming just in time for Halloween. This time, Disney skipped the classic Spidey look and focused on the new black and gold suit and the Iron Spider suit.

Two costumes in one? Great! Fellow parents will know what a pain it is when your kids decide they want to be a totally different Spider-Man at the last minute. The costumes are available in sizes 3 through 10 and cost $49.99.

There’s no footwear included here. No shoe covers either. Don’t worry, Disney has you covered there, too. Click here for black and red Spidey shoes! Your boy Mike has you covered. Don’t forget the web-shooters! What good would Spider-Man be without the accessories?


Suit-up as two different versions of Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man in this deluxe reversible costume including double-sided mask and muscled bodysuit. Listen, bud, get an infusion of radioactive blood this Halloween with two looks from Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The details of the costume are pretty simple. It’s a piece of polyester with padded muscles that can be turned inside out. Nothing flashy.

  • Two-piece Spider-Man costume set
  • Reversible
  • Muscled bodysuit
  • Cowled face mask with eye netting
  • Printed webbing and details

The reversible costume idea is cool, but what about the other Spider-Men who may show up in No Way Home? Maybe Disney is trying to keep their inclusion in the movie under wraps, but considering the film comes out after Halloween, it puts the Mouse in a weird situation. Release the spoiler costumes, and ruin the surprise. On the other hand, don’t release the costumes and miss out on that extra revenue this year.

What are your thoughts on the two new Spidey costumes? Too flashy or a welcome nod to the Iron Spider and Symbiote suit? Let us know in the comments.

[Source: Shop Disney]

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