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April 2004 | Vol. III - No. 4


Aeromax Toys Lets Kids Go Pro

For generations, children have re-created the looks of their favorite hero or heroine, or maybe even mom and dad, for imaginary play.  Costumes today are just as much fun and now, thanks to Aeromax Inc., almost better than the real thing.

Founded in 1997 by Mark Levine, Aeromax is well known for their line of Get Real Gear, pretend play costumes for boys and girls.  More than just Halloween fodder, Get Real Gear is quality playwear that mimics authentic adult uniforms. 

Kids can feel like a real Champion Racecar Driver, Jr. Police Officer or Executive Chef, to name a few.  Each costume set comes complete with such high-quality details as embroidered NASA logos for the aspiring Astronaut, heavy-duty helmets for the Jr. Airforce Pilot and Firefighter and real leather gloves for the Train Engineer.  The clothing is typically made of 100% cotton fabric.  All items are machine washable, with finished seams and locked stitching for long wear.

Aeromax introduced three new items into their popular line-up this spring: the Orange Jr. Astronaut ($49.95), Tan Jr. Firefighter ($59.95) and Green Jr. Air Force Pilot ($49.95).  As with the existing line, each comes in four sizes:  2/3, 4/6, 8/10 and 12/14.



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