Wearable Superhero Armor

Jan 18, 2018

Category: Gear

Like most kids, at one time or another we wanted to be the superheroes we read about in comic books and watched in movies. As we got older, however, we realized how impractical and dangerous that could actually be. Nowadays we’d take a safer alternative: looking like them. And now we can with Full Body Armors’ wearable superhero suits.

With offerings such as Iron Man, Batman (from Batman Vs. Superman), and Master Chief – each of these armored suits are screen-accurate recreations of the iconic costumes worn by the heroes of comics, film, and video games. Truly, no detail is overlooked. They even feature electronics that light up the illuminated parts of the characters’ costumes. Even better, each is custom made to the wearer’s specific measurements by skilled artisans. Some of them can even be further upgraded and customized. Whether you’re looking to wow next Halloween or you want your Comic-Con visit to be a show stopper, it doesn’t get cooler than the offerings from Full Body Armors.

Purchase: $1,299+

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