Tuesday, December 6

Columbia presents collection of parkas based on The Clone Wars | Digital Trends Spanish

The clothing brand Columbia is launching a collection of Star Wars of parkas that are inspired by The Clone Warsspecifically, the jackets worn by Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Ahsoka during the Orto Plutonia campaign, in season one, episode fifteen.

Each of the three jackets is designed for extremely cold weather, filled with responsibly sourced down and lined with thick fleece or Columbia’s special thermal reflective material.

Each jacket is covered in clever nods to Star Wars, from the Jedi symbol and Republic gear on Anakin and Obi-Wan’s parkas to Lekku shrouds and classic blue and white stripes on the Ahsoka version. You’ll also find that the Ahsoka variant of the parka is cut more to fit female bodies, while the other two are designed for a more masculine figure. And inside each one labeled Columbia you’ll find a “blood chit” written in Aurebesh, which I won’t spoil by translating for you here.

Columbia plans to start selling these ultra-warm parkas, as well as jerseys and ball caps for those who live in warmer climates, on December 2 on their website. Ahsoka’s parka will set you back $450, while Anakin or Obi-Wan designs will cost $500. The jumpers will set you back $140 each, while the ball cap is just $40.

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