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Boba Fett Helmet Backpack


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Description

2010

Adidas

Retailed for £40 in 2010.

From a review in Freshness Magazine:

Since a bounty hunter is always on the run, he needs to lug all his belongings with him– just imagine, weapons (for shooting and stabbing and electrocuting), perhaps change of clothes for disguise, and perhaps, food, because you never know where you might end up. Star Wars x adidas Originals have the movie franchise's notorious bounty hunter, Boba Fett, covered with a new Boba Fett Backpack that is inspired by his helmet. The backpack is crafted from a mix of canvas and nylon, and the cool grey and green colorways are tailored after the bounty hunter’s helmet. The pack is co-branded on the front, with Fett's insignia on the back. The pack comes with a three-way front zip and has enough compartments to hold everything you may own. Weapons not included with purchase.

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