It’s weird to think that a piece of clothing from a movie or TV show could have such a life of its own, but when Star Wars is concerned, nothing is strictly prohibited. Of all the excellent costumes designed for The Force Awakens, none of the looks have received as much internet play as Poe Dameron‘s awesome leather jacket. It’s equally weird that we still call it “Poe Dameron’s jacket” considering he loses it and Finn wears it through the whole rest of the film. But, ownership is in name only, I guess, and who can fault people for loving a garment that launched a bromance such as theirs?
Anyway, whoever’s jacket it is, you can now buy one for your very own for cosplay purposes, or just for looking suave as Mustafar (which I’ve decided is the Star Wars equivalent of Hell), as you pilot your four-door sedan down the perilous streets to the Star Destroyer known as the grocery store. I think I’ve lost the thread of all these metaphors, but you get it I trust.
Film Jackets is selling a replica of the one worn by Oscar Isaac and John Boyega in the film (how it looked prior to all the jacket-roughening action, of course) and boasts real leather and Viscose interior, which is a word I had to look up. It’s got three pockets on the outside and two on the inside, to keep all your missing Luke Skywalker maps. The whole thing is painted Antique Beige, which is slightly older than Modern Beige but much newer than Paleolithic Beige.
The jacket is on sale currently for $179.00 which is honestly not that bad for a brand new leather jacket, and one that looks badass to boot. Throw one on and you’re likely to feel like the best damn pilot in the galaxy, or maybe like a hero in the making. A full gallery of the jacket is below.
Film Jackets is also selling the Han Solo jacket in case you want to go old school, or just look as cool as Jessica Chobot.
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Kyle Anderson is the Weekend Editor and a film and TV critic for Nerdist.com. Follow him on Twitter!