Officially Licensed Star Wars Luke Skywalker Cermonial Jacket with Medal of Yavin (L) (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Includes the Medal of Yavin
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The well reknown ceremonial jacket that Luke Skywalker wears in episode IV after destroying the Death Star and saving the rebel base from a horrific fate. Constructed of nylon with a polyester lining, this coat is an athletic cut, and features no zipper. The ceremonial medal that Luke was rewarded is included with this jacket. All detail to this jacket and medal is true to Episode IV and is an identical replica of that found in Lucasfilm Archives. This fully licensed jacket comes with a nice clothing bag for protection, and a full color certificate of authenticity.
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This is a great product and would recommend it to everyone who fights for the Rebellion.
Let me start by saying that if you go out in public wearing the jacket AND the medal, a hoard of stormtroopers would not be able to protect you from the ribbing you will get from friends, family and strangers at the mall. Resist the urge, man! That isn't the point of buying this set. Just because Luke did it it doesn't mean YOU can!
Let's look at the medal. First off, it's heavy. Maybe not 14k heavy but it certainly feels substantial. It looks exactly like what you see at the end of the film and would look equally as well on display at the office or study. I used a small shadowbox with a black frame and it makes for a great conversation piece.
The jacket for what is basically a "costume" doesn't look bad when worn out. Now hang on, there is a caveat to this. I wouldn't recommend you wearing this to work or to a fancy dinner party. If you have to dress up, don't kid yourself. Instead, wear it with a t-shirt and jeans, any place that fun. To the movies, out to a ball game, going out to the club. It looks casual enough that most people have no idea what it's supposed to be, it just looks stylish and unique. So long as you keep it casual, you're good.
There are a couple of things you may want to know before you pick one up. First, they run big...an entire size too big. I wear a 40 regular in mens sportcoats and the medium is almost too big.
It's warm. You wouldn't think it would be but I almost too warm wearing it in the movie theater.
Looks are deceiving. Though it LOOKS as if the is a breast pocket and two side pockets, there aren't. It's just part of the design. Also, and this part is important, there is no way to close the jacket, No buttons, zippers, velcro, nothing. It's intended to strictly be worn open. However there is a checkbook pocket on the inside but I wouldn't put MY checkbook in there as it's pretty flimsy.
All in all, it's fun to wear and though most people won't know what it's supposed to be, the reaction I get from those who do was worth every penny.
Very excited. Up to this point I've specialized in photographing tractors and other farm equipment. My wife has been very understanding about my frequent trips to Fargo, Des Moines and Boise. She says she can live with those weekends away while I hang out with middle-aged white guys and take pictures of farm equipment.
To celebrate my promotion, my wife got me this jacket from my favorite movie so I'll have something cool and awesome to wear to work. I've always wanted it! She made me promise to wear it on every job for Sports Illustrated, especially my first trip to Tahiti. she wants lots of pictures of me wearing the jacket while I'm on the shoot to show her that I really do love it.
I said, "Hey! No problem! I love this jacket. I just hope those super-models don't think I look too awesome in it as I snap their pictures!I don't want to have to tell the girls 'Hey beautiful super-models! I know I look cool, but I'm a married guy so don't you try to tempt this 52-year-old stud-muffin.' Hah-Hah!"
My wife said, "I'll take that risk."
I'm such a lucky guy! Now I have something to alternate with my complete and screen-accurate, Indiana Jones outfit.
To keep this from turning into a rambling, if you happen to be the lucky winner of my jacket, please find your nearest source of intergalactic travel and return it. A reward is being offered. One free shot at an anonymous bounty hunter.