Vans Authentic Boba Fett Camo Skate Shoes

2014  |  Vans

Vans Authentic Boba Fett Camo Skate Shoe (2014)
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Vans Authentic Boba Fett Camo Skate Shoes
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Description

Boba Fett appears in the artwork, although he is backwards.

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It's not easy being the most interesting clone in the galaxy ... unless, that is, you're Boba Fett. A genetic copy of his father Jango Fett, Boba Fett is a merciless warrior and bounty hunter who goes about his business with a quiet confidence, casually surviving the sarlacc pit and taking names with a wicked cool jetpack. A Star Wars character forever shrouded in mystery, Fett personifies everything cool about danger and individuality.

In honor of the mysteriously awesome Boba Fett, this Vans Authentic is clad in allover camo print canvas, featuring graphics of Boba Fett, Darth Vader, and a stormtrooper, as well as laid back palm trees and Star Wars text amid silhouettes of the Death Star. Features include a lace closure with bronze eyelets, a Star Wars print tongue patch, and a vulcanized rubber sole with waffle tread.

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Apr 25, 2020

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