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"costume" - 9 Total Result(s)
STANLEY C. PANTHER SHOES, 1990s
Faux fur shoe or skate covers allowed a Panthers mascot to interact with fans and players, whether on the ice or in the stands.
STANLEY C. PANTHER COAT, 1990s
A jacket with faux fur sleeves allowed a Panthers mascot to easily switch out hockey jerseys to wear over his costume.
STANLEY C. PANTHER VEST, 1990s
A faux fur vest completed the panther look for an early version of the mascot.
STANLEY C. PANTHER PANTS, 1990s
An early costume for Stanley C. Panther included a full faux fur suit to go under a hockey uniform.
STANLEY C. PANTHER SLEEVE, 1990s
A faux fur panther sleeve was well-worn on its claws, possibly from the number of high-fives the mascot gave fans.
STANLEY C. PANTHER PADS, 1990s
While costume padding was not used for protection like hockey gear worn by players, pads filled out the mascot to make him look as strong and hardy as the Panthers on the ice.
A RAT FINDS HIS FEET, 1990s
Faux fur shoe or skate covers could complete any rat costume participating in the Rat Trick craze of the 1990s.
A RAT IN GOOD HANDS, 1990s
Before mascot Viktor E. Ratt debuted in 2014, other rat costumes appeared at Panthers games. Faux fur gloves would contribute to a convincing outfit.
MR. RAT BLAZER WITH TAIL, CA. 1990s
Complete with a faux fur rat tail, the Mr. Rat blazer was an eccentric way to wear Panthers pride on your sleeve. The costume could have been a precursor to the Viktor E. Ratt mascot.