Good Krampus masks are not easy to come by in the US. The few mass-produced masks made here are sadly lacking. Buying an authentic mask from a German-speaking vendor overseas can be daunting as well as expensive ($300-700 and shockingly expensive to … Continue reading →
Finally an answer for those of you who want a Krampus costume, but just can’t bring yourselves to buy or make the mask! There is, in a certain region of Germany, a style of Krampus that does not wear a … Continue reading →
If you want a real Krampus mask from Europe, it’s possible to buy one online as discussed in a recent posting. Some our fellow American Krampuses in the Philadelphia Krampuslauf do buy European masks. They’re expensive, but at least can also serve as … Continue reading →
Krampus LA co-founder Al Guerrero struts his scary stuff.
No Krampus Los Angeles event require you to wear a costume. Elaborately costumed members of the LA Krampus Troupe will be showing up at Krampusfest events (and making some unlisted surprise attacks as well), but their suits and masks are the product … Continue reading →