If you ever thought to yourself, “those are some great pants,” when watching the classic 1977 film from George Lucus, then you are in for a treat.
Star Wars collector will hunt down any item from the show, and there are few items as rare as the actual costumes that the cast wore. You can pick up this Jedi-fashion history trend if you have the proper coin to do so. The “cotton drill” were made by manufacturer Levi Strauss and Co. but made famous when Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) wore them in George Lucas’ 1977 “Star Wars” film epic are being sold at auction.
The outfit may not be complete but his pants are quite recognizable from the film. If you fit into a 29-inch waist and 37 inches in length pair of pants, then you can even wear them and break a lot of Star Wars collector’s hearts.
The pants aren’t just “off the rack”, thew were customized by the London costumier Bermans & Nathans, with an original tag sewn into the inseam stating, “Bermans & Nathans | 40 Camden St. | London N.W. 1.” and “Mark Hamill | 10490 Luke | Star Wars” is printed as well.
Bidding ends on Tuesday at 5 p.m. PT Nate D. Sanders Auctions estimates their value to fetch between $70,000 and $100,000.
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