Well, well… Prince Armory really outdid themselves with this custom Boba Fett leather armor. Imagine rolling into a Renaissance Festival wearing something like this. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Her Universe has unveiled two festive Star Wars t-shirts just in time for Halloween.
The first one depicts Boba Fett riding a witch’s broom across the harvest moon and the other is a Day Of The Dead-themed R2 and Threepio.
It’s hard to decide. I may just need both. Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]
If you recall the amazing Loungefly Star Wars bags that debuted a couple months ago, I have wonderful news. Several of these designs are now available for order, including this Boba Fett Twill Bag And Wallet.
Seriously, this may be one of the prettiest Star Wars bags I’ve seen in a while. Boba Fett never looked so fashionable. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
Boba Fett knows a thing or two about sun and sand. Basically, he’s the Jimmy Buffet of bounty hunters, so it’s not surprising that he has his own Hawaiian shirt. When it’s time to put down the blaster and pick up a margarita, this is the shirt to wear.
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Of course, you may need to turn in a bounty or use Sith powers to get the money, but it’ll be soooooo worth it.
Check out more pics below.
A Jedi can deflect projectiles with skilled use of a Lightsaber and the Force. Unfortunately those of us here on Earth aren’t quite so skilled and need something a little more protective.
Enter AR500 Armor, a body armor manufacturer who have just unveiled this Boba Fett-inspired bit of combat gear. A collaboration between AR500, Heckler & Koch, TEA Headsets, Sog Knives & Tools, Armasight, SureFire, Wilcox Industries Corp, Team Wendy and artist Ryan B. Flowers (who sells a version of the armor for airsoft players), this armor boasts custom ballistic plates, meaning it can probably withstand actual gunfire. However, there’s no word yet on whether or not this is a one-off piece or if it will be made available for sale.
Check out more photos of the armor below.
Ariel wanted to be a part of your world, but what if she aimed a little higher? What if she wanted to be a part of some far off galaxy? Maybe get a job as a bounty hunter? If that was the case, she’d probably look something like Traci Hines‘ Ariel in Mandalorian Armor.
I’d imagine that Ursula wouldn’t want to mess with a blaster-packing Ariel.