MERRY MEN SEEKING FOREST FRIEND Hello, there, and great gratitude for stopping by to check out this little message posted on trees nearby Nottingham in Sherwood Forest. We're a group of forest-dwelling simple folk.
Somemight call outoutlaws, but that's just because of a lofty lout who crowned himself king and a ne'er-do-well sheriff who can hardly heft up on horseback! We like good drink, fine songs, and love pinching pennies from corrupt noblemen!
We're seeking a brave buck who doesn't mind standing up to therealbad guys. You should have perfect aim with a bow and arrow or at least look convincing and dashing while nocking an arrow.
(or knocking one back). Prepare to look dashing in forest tones and be fleet of foot just in case Little John or Friar Tuck fail at their stealthy maneuvers.
(Theywillfail at their stealthy maneuvers.) Lead us to riches.
or at least victory against the rich! DESIGN & DETAILS We know that no folk hero would be complete without a rugged look, so our own band of merry designers have worked hard to give you the perfect set of exclusivegarbthat will mark you as the leader of the outlaws of Sherwood Forest.
This Robin Hood Costume is a dark green tunic with a 3/4 sleeve and attached hood with detailed brown trim. The brown belt is extra long with a dark brass buckle, so you can arrange it in any Renaissance style you like while you loop it through the hollowed out brown quiver.
Just get yourself a bow and Nerf arrows and you'll be ready to stop Prince John from this corruption! RUMORS OF A MAIDEN FAIRE Perhaps hanging with a bunch of forest-dwelling outlaws isn't the future you were aiming for, but we do hear that Maid Marion hashereye looking for a give-to-the-poor type that you might be perfect for.
Bullies are never cool. The Sheriff of Nottingham bullied the poor and vulnerable by taking their lunch money, he constantly pestered Maid Marian like an immature oaf, and he was just flat-out mean to all those who never deserved it!
Oh, sorry for the spiel, but tensions run high here when that slimeball is mentioned. Only one anthropomorphic fox could possibly save the day.
That's right: Robin Hood, the Prince of Thieves! Depending on your household income, robbing the rich and dispersing it to the poor might not be the lesson you would like Disney flicks to teach your kiddos, but you made it this far, right?
And besides, even with all that, he still kicks some Nottingham butt in the name of those less fortunate than us. We can all rally around that, can't we?
If we can, we have something for your little dude to slip into and save the day. Specifically, he can teach the Sheriff a lesson with this Child's Robin Hood Costume!
It's 100% polyester fabric and includes a short-sleeved pullover shirt, an appliqued belt and sash, cropped pants, and a hat with that signature felt feather in the brim. More importantly, it the jagged hemlines give it that distinct classic Renaissance tale look that will have him ready to defend the poor with his sword and hit his mark with his bow and arrow.