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Channel Your Inner Wookiee With These Roaring Chewbacca Slippers

What a time to be a Star Wars fan, right? With the popularity of Star Wars being more mainstream than ever, we continually marvel at the creative ways fans get to express their fandom and at the forefront of that is ThinkGeek.com. Now, at last, you can stomp around like everyone’s favorite Wookiee with Chewbacca foot-shaped slippers that actually roar. They’re particularly useful when you lose a chess game.

Should you decide to adorn these Ka-Chic (see what I did there?) slippers, prepare yourself to hear alternating Wookiee roars. ThinkGeek even went as far as typing them out in what might be the most accurate way we’ve seen in a while with “RRRAARRWHHGWWR” and “WAAAAAAAAARGH.”chewieslips001

Now, some might feel it a bit insensitive to be wearing the feet of such a noble race of warriors, but there’s nothing to worry about since no Wookiees were harmed in the making of these slippers. Made of 100% polyester, each slipper has a battery pack that takes 2 AA batteries for proper roaring power and, as Think Geek says, “One size fits lots of adult humans.” Created as a Think Geek exclusive, these co-pilot feet will run you $29.99, which is a small price to pay for such intergalactic comfort. Combine these with some of the other Chewbacca products Think Geek has on-hand like robes, bags, rugs, and drink koozies, and you’ll be prepared for whatever journeys Han may have planned. We’ll just call you Wookiee of the Year.

What are your favorite Star Wars-related products out there? Let’s discuss all the Wookiee ones there are in the comments below!

Images: Lucasfilm/Disney/Think Geek

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