Inside the Columbia x ‘Star Wars’ Boba Fett clothing line
The force is strong with this one. In some ultimate and shameless nerd news, Columbia and Star wars recently teamed up for a four-piece collection inspired by the world’s most notorious bounty hunter Star wars galaxy, Boba Fett. Unsurprisingly, the majority of the collection, including an expensive $ 450 men’s tech jacket, sold out within hours of launch. Call it further proof of the ever-strong Star wars fandom.
Released on Dec. 3 for purchase online, the collection featured “design elements of Boba Fett’s armor alongside award-winning exclusive Columbia technologies,” according to a statement. A notable detail of “Easter egg”, for example, was the ventilation panels on the Boba Fett-inspired jacket that mimic the exhaust ports on Boba Fett’s jetpack.
“This collection is designed so that fans all over the world can enjoy the outdoors in authentic conditions Star wars style while keeping them warm and protected from any unpredictable elements the galaxy can throw at them, ”a press release from Columbia said about the limited edition version.
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The collection included a $ 450 tech jacket dubbed the Interchange Jacket, a $ 120 fleece hoodie designed to fight the elements, a $ 50 cotton t-shirt with a sketch of Boba Fett’s character, and a hat from dad at $ 40. The collaboration launched at midnight on December 3, with the majority of coins selling out instantly. At the time of going to press, the only pieces still available in the collection are the Interchange women’s jacket and a Boba Fett graphic t-shirt.
Colombia and Star wars have teamed up for a franchise-inspired collection every December since 2016 and have released seven Star wars-collections inspired by the past. This collection, however, is the first dedicated to fan favorite character Boba Fett and the bet on the cult character has clearly paid off.
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