“ Brand: Tesco / Type: Boys Jumper „
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My son was given this hooded jumper by his auntie and uncle for his 3rd birthday. As his birthday falls in August it was nicely timed for the weather cooling and the autumn coming in. Having had a look and a feel of the sweatshirt, I was surprised to look at the label and discover it came from Tesco. I don't have a Tesco near me so I'd never really paid much attention to their clothing range. I was pleasantly surprised by the feel, style and quality of this jumper.
The hoodie is not too heavy but it is cosy and feels lovely inside. It is perfect for those days when it is too cold to go out without a jacket but warm enough that you don't need anything too bulky. It also fits well underneath jackets for a bit of extra warmth in the winter months.
The jumper pulls over the head rather than zipping up and is bright blue and red in colour. On the front there is a portrait of Spiderman with the eyes made out of a shiny material. The hood is blue on the outside and red with a black spider's web pattern on the inside. Kids love wearing bright colours and Spiderman is one of my son's favourite superheroes so he was very happy to wear this. He normally doesn't bother too much about what clothes he wears but he did love wearing this and asked for it quite often.
This was a favourite of mine too. My son looked really cool wearing it and I knew he was comfy and cosy in it. It washed really well and lasted him just under a year before he started to grow out of it. I have now put it away for my youngest to wear when he is a bit bigger as I know he'll love it too.
Spiderman is one of my son's favourite characters, so when I noticed this jumper from Tesco Direct I quickly added it to my basket. Shopping with Tesco direct is a breeze and I've found the quality of the clothing to be very high. Sizes for this jumper cover a large range from ages 1 year - age 6. Secundum Tesco's website, older children's sizes are not available. Sad as I am that I can choose this for both children, I suppose it does suits the little ones best.
Small children are certain to love this jumper, it is really beautifully done with bold bright colours and a lovely design. Scarlet red with royal blue, this will certainly attract attention - and it does make him easy to spot in a group of children. Shiny is popular with small children as well, and the shining silver eyes really are a nice feature on this jumper. Scintillant would be a good word to describe these. Softness is also a real benefit with this product, it wonderfully soft and comfortable. Since we bought this, it has been my son's very favourite jumper. Surprises are always fun but the look on his face when he saw this was priceless.
Summer should be a time for T-shirts and swimming gear, but the recent cold and wet weather has made the hood on this very useful as well. Snug and warm with his hood pulled up - my son is ready for anything our British summer can throw at him. Soon winter will be here, and the extra warmth of this lovely jumper will be even more useful.
Scantily clad is usually a good word to describe my son. Scoffing at wearing clothing at all - we have managed to persuade him to wear trousers now. Shirts however are usually pulled off and flung anywhere. So, I was pleasantly surprised to a find a top that he really loves wearing.
Soapy water and a sponge will easily clean minor spills on this, while a machine wash will be needed for most cleaning. Slothful soul that I am, I am pleased that this really does not need ironing if one carefully smooths it out before drying. Summing things up, I am really delighted with this purchase and so is my son.
Schadenfreude however must be a trait the dooyoo staff is in rich in today. Squirming my way through an entire review with the same letter for every sentence has certainly proved very difficult. Scelestic could even be used to describe this idea of theirs. Soothly - I shall draw to a close, as while some semblance of my sanity remains intact, and hopefully before the poor reader succumbs to slumber.