Lake Barrington, IL (February 11, 2019) – When NASA Astronauts Sally Ride and Mae Jemison were little girls, chances are their Halloween choices were more Princess than Pilot. Nowadays, kids can wear costumes any week of the year as dreaming is encouraged from daycare to drama club. Give a little credit to Aeromax; makers of realistic looking dress-up wear for over 20 years! Their newest line is unapologetically pink so even girly girls might be inspired to study physics like Sally or chemical engineering as Mae did!
Space and flight have always played a big part of Aeromax’s massive catalog for infants, children and even adults. Just look at their logo of a toy parachute. Their award-winning flight suits, typically seen in NASA orange, boast incredible attention to details that parents and kids appreciate. The 2018 Pink line of Jr. Astronaut Suit with Embroidered Cap ($52.99) or Flight Jacket ($39.99) encourages girls to reach for the starts in their everyday adventures.
As Aeromax’s Amazon page delightfully describes, “For some kids, playing with cars just doesn't give them the rush they need. Some kids need a rocketship! She might be a few years away from being able to officially train with NASA, but you can get her started with her training by dressing her up in this outfit!”
Halloween hunters can quickly order online at Aeromax’s informative website, www.Aeromaxtoys.com. As attention is turned to Black Friday deals, ponder their website for incredible and creative Holiday 2018 presents from Santa’s Helpers (parents, grandparents and loving Aunties). Make the gift even more inspiring with your favorite girl’s name in black on the left chest with Aeromax’s custom personalization options! As their website explains, “We can personalize our suit with embroidery ($9.95) or in vinyl heat press ($4.95). 14 Character Maximum.” Ho-ho-whoa!
Need another reason to go with Aeromax? These high-quality costumes can be tossed in the washing machine! After all, exploring the universe can get one dirty! One online consumer recently expressed her delight:
“We purchased two costumes. One for our 3-year-old and our 8-year-old. Our 8-year-old old loves to role play and he specifically liked this outfit since it has the NASA logo and USA flag. We had purchased another astronaut outfit for Halloween a few months back and he didn’t like it as it was not sewn with the NASA patch so he wasn’t a “real” astronaut. I liked the quality of the costume. I have already washed it in the machine twice and I did air dry it. So far all is good and still looks new. Great quality and I like that the collar is made out of vinyl with padding.”
Look for the 2018 Pink Collection online and in specialty shops nationwide:
Pink Infant Astronaut Suit • Sizes 6 mo. to 12 mo. • $29.99
Oh Baby! This infant suit is the perfect way to start little ones thinking big. Soft and cuddly, snaps for easy changing, 1 piece romper made of a soft knit fabric for extra comfort. (Also available in White and Orange).
Pink Jr. Astronaut Suits w/Embroidered Cap • Sizes 2 to 10 • $52.99
This top quality Astronaut Suit is sure to please your little space traveler. Its official look and feel makes girls believe they can soar anywhere! The ensemble boasts official NASA patches, including special commander patch and the official embroidered NASA cap. Choose from four sizes: 2/3, 4/5, 6/7 and 8/10. (Also available in White and Orange).
Flight Jacket in Pink • Sizes Small (age 5+) to Large (up to age 12) • $39.99
The Youth Flight Jacket is fully lined and is the perfect addition to all things "space". Jr. Astronauts will love its lightweight feel and parents will love its durability. Colorful, sewn in patches, pencil pockets and sturdy zipper gives it an authentic look. Available in youth sizes Small (Ages 5-9) & Large (Ages 9-12). When ordering online at Aeromaxtoys.com, add a name in white on the left chest with Aeromax’s custom embroidery options for $9.95. (Also available in blue.)
Pink Astronaut Cap • $9.99
This cap will make little girls aspire to new heights and is the perfect topper to the costumes or jacket! One size fits most.
Aeromax products are found in hundreds of retail outlets coast to coast. Their toys and career clothing have been spotted in airports, museum shops, specialty toy stores and gift shops. Check out the entire line of products at aeromaxtoys.com and follow them on Facebook.
Mark Levine started Aeromax in 1997 with one product. Twenty-one years later, fans of Aeromax products still appreciate how the company has become synonymous with innovation. From its start with a tangle-free toy parachute to its “Get Real Gear” career-oriented costumes, toys, hats and accessories, Aeromax continually earns industry awards and national media recognition. Discover their product line at www.Aeromaxtoys.com.