Halloween is almost here and it's not too late to put your hands on some cool gear to help you celebrate. Of particular interest this time of year are costumes so you don't have to show up at your friends Halloween party dressed in the same stuff you wear every day. ThinkGeek has some very cool Halloween gear that fans of Star Wars will appreciate.
One of the coolest Star Wars items available are the mini skirt costumes for ladies in four different styles. All the costumes are made from the same, likely cheap, polyester you expected Halloween costumes, but they are cool. The costumes are available in Darth Vader, Boba Fett, an x-Wing pilot, and a storm trooper. The costumes are available in extra small to large sizes and cost $49.99.
The cost of includes EVA molded pieces along with the two-piece helmet and black polyester bodysuit that zips in the back. The molded pieces include a chest and back piece, codpiece, belt, shoulder and bicep pieces, documents, and thigh and shin pieces. It appears you have to provide your own shoes.
If your idea of fun Halloween night is sitting around watching scary movies, you might want something a little more comfortable like the Boba Fett bathrobe. The robe is available for $69.99 right now.
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