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Weird-ohs Digger Wearable Mask - Pink Eye

  • Product Description

    Want fun, thrills & excitement that lasts and lasts? Have a ball with officially licensed Weird-
    Ohs, Digger, the Way Out Dragster, in Pink Eye.

    Retro-a-go-go! is proud to add to the legacy of Weird-Oh’s with wild, wacky monster- themed oversized, ready-to- wear or display collectible masks. We’ve taken the classic kid’s mask from yesteryear and made it even better. Each putridly packaged in a crazy colored and eerie window display box.

    Burn rubber while standing still! It got weird in 1963 and we’re doing our part to keep it that way. Weird-Oh’s of the world unite!

    Officially licensed Weird-Ohs, Digger, featured in Pink Eye. Both wearable & displayable oversized, high quality PVC vac-form mask designed by artist, Doug P'gosh. Plastic thickness is .45mm. Digger, Pink Eye mask is printed in lurid & vivid colors with a bright pink face and a yellow & red helmet. Features eye, nose, and mouth holes, with black hidden mesh on the backside for ample vision and easy breathability. Included and carefully placed on backside are foam inserts to hold mask gently in place on the face. Comes with an attached black elastic band to easily & comfortably secure mask. The Digger, Pink Eye mask measures approximately 13.0"H x 10"W (ear to ear) x 2.75"D.

    Wearable & displayable oversized mask arrives packaged in amazing Retro Window Box, designed by artist, Doug P'gosh. Display your masks in or out of the box. High quality collectible and heavy weight box top and bottom. Top is printed in vivid, way out, screeching color, matte finish with die-cut window. Back of the box is printed in black and white. Box measures approximately 13.75"H x 11.25"W x 3"D.
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    1. Love it!

      I'd purchased the large monster masks in the past and had no worries getting the smaller Weird-Ohs mask! Love that the packaging is cool enough to display on my shelves as well. I'd recommend to anyone who collects fun things! on 5th Mar 2022