[NO] Zaros Wolf Fursuit by Lemonbrat
General InformationGives some information about the item and the person writing the review.
Filed under Canidae
Filed under $3000 and over.
HeadGives information about the head of the costume. If reviewing a set of ears, the answers would also go in this section.
The head fits fine. There is a small area for the fan that attached with velcro, there’s a strap that keeps the head up in the back, and the battery pack for the fan is attached to one of the flaps on the head, with an area to bring the cords through to not have it scratch your face.
There are obvious creases in the cheek area for the head, which are very jagged and does not make the cheeks smooth. Not exactly sure if this is a fur issue or a foam issue, either way, it’s very annoying.The eyebrows are hard to see from the hair, which is fine, but looks a little weird. The whiskers are very pointy, which makes it hurt to touch, especially if someone’s face is near them. Eyes are follow-me.
Follow-me eyes work flawlessly, look great for photos.
BodyGives information about the main body of the costume. If reviewing a separate set of pants/legs or torso, the answers would also go in this section.
Body feels fine to wear, but the bodysuit is too big. Seams are fine, but there are many loose ones, which require a lot of work to fine all of them and cut them off.
Bodysuit is too saggy, and it looks like that it wasn’t built off of my duct tape dummy. The midtones that were painted washed off in just one wash, which is VERY upsetting, considering that I have been told that the midtones do not fade, even though they’re drybrushed on. Very unhappy with this, Lemonbrat. The fur patterns feel weird, considering that the blue on the suit is long-furred, but the white is much shorter than the rest of the fur. The drybrushed markings feel crusty to touch.
Hands and FeetGives information about the hands and/or feet of the costume.
Interior of the feet tore, requiring fabric adhesive to stick it back on. The paws for the suit feel perfect, I have no issues with them.
The feet have some weird knots on them, which look like poor stitching. They were noticeable on the first day that I wore the suit. The claws on both the paws and feet look crooked, but can be put back in place just by pushing on them.
TailsGives information about any tails the costume may have.
Wearing the tail is satisfactory; there is no obvious belt-visibility on the outside of the suit when the tail is worn.
Tail is shorter than what I asked for. I asked for the tail to go down to the ankles, but the tail goes down to just below my knees.
OverallHow satisfied the reviewer is with the overall buying experience, including their interactions with the maker and the resulting final product.
Lemonbrat is a company that treats custom fursuits like a hobby, but their premades like a business. They will always whip together random premades, never inform you nor provide progress pictures of your suit, and they will never remain in-contact with you. I had to commission another fursuit business within one month before getting my fursuit back because I was so unpleased with Lemonbrat’s services and their lack of communication. The $3,500 that I have given to Lemonbrat felt like that it was put down the drain, as I was never felt treated like a valued customer. When you order from Lemonbrat, you will likely only get one shot to see what your fursuit looks like, and they will probably not give edits. I was charged about $400 in edits that could have been avoided if they were in-contact with me. They waived the fees when I called them out on that, and I was told by the owner that it should definitely be done before Halloween. I received the suit in mid-December.
Avoid this company at all costs.