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Resources for Fett cosplay costumes, vendors, and clubs

You have three main options to get your own armor.

There's no wrong choice. Start somewhere and maybe you change it up along the way.

1. Make Your Own

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Consider starting with our Cosplay Blueprints page for PDF downloads. You may also benefit from specific items from cosplay vendors below. There are also different costume clubs to join with others who do the whole nine yards.

2. Buy Official

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You're not a fan of D.I.Y. or you're in a rush? See our database for official costumes / masks, t-shirts / clothing, jewelry / pins / accessories, and more apparel. Most are not screen-accurate, but it may be faster or cheaper.

3. Hire a Craftsperson

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If you've got some time and some money, try contacting a cosplay costume vendor or two below, perfect for any or all parts including paint. They know all about screen accuracy and everyone will want to take your picture when it's done.

Cosplay Costume Vendors

Craftspeople who consistently make and sell screen-accurate Fett costume parts.

Note: vendors are listed at our discretion and linking does not equal 100% endorsement. Vendors need a baseline of positive customers. If we observe a lot of complaints, we reserve the right to remove vendors.

Costume Clubs

Cosplayer Interviews

NorCal Cap at San Diego Comic Con 2017
Josh Powers at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim
Boba Joe Carrera at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim
JC Fett at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim
Daniel Logan getting fitted for his own costume