Target Has Some New Adaptive Halloween Costumes For Kids This Year Including Marvel

I know it’s only July, but normally Disney starts unveiling Halloween merchandise by now and because I’m impatient I decided to go and find some of my own. While searching I came across some new adaptive kids costumes available online at Target.

Let’s take a look!

Kids’ Adaptive Spider-Man Core Halloween Costume -$25

First up is Spider-Man.

The core costume is available in sizes Small, Medium, and Large

Small (4-6) 27 – 28 25 – 26 27 – 28 44 – 48
Medium (8-10) 29 – 32 27 – 30 29 – 32 50 – 54
Large (12-14) 35 – 39 31 – 34 35 – 39 56 – 60

 

  • • Officially Licensed Marvel Product
  • • Wheelchair friendly costume
  • • Padded Top with Accessibility Flap, Seat-less Pants and Mask
  • • Available in Small, Medium and Large

Kids’ Adaptive Avengers Captain America Halloween Costume – $25

Next up is the Adaptive Captain America Costume.

Available in sizes Small, Medium, and Large.

  • • Officially Licensed Marvel Product
  • • Wheelchair friendly costume
  • • Padded Top with Accessibility Flap, Seat-less Pants and Mask
  • • Available in Small, Medium and Large

Kids’ Adaptive Frozen Elsa Snow Queen Halloween Costume – $35

It’s available in 3T-4T

  • Long Elsa dress
  • Accessibility friendly openings
  • Full of sparkle
  • Comfortable fit
  • Officially licensed

So far those are the only three that are showing as available, however, according to Halloweencostumes.com there are some more costumes coming soon this year including a Buzz Lightyear costume and wheel chair costume. There is also a Cinderella costume to go with the wheel chair costume, Dash from the Incredibles and an Incredibles car. Also coming soon is an Ice Nokk wheel chair costume to match the Elsa costume. There’s a Minnie Mouse car wheel chair cover too.

For DC fans Target has Wonder Woman and it seems Batman is also coming. Trolls Poppy and a wheelchair cover will also be available soon.

Keep your eyes out because these are coming soon and if you are in need of an adaptive costume there are many choices coming!

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