The Chewbacca hoodie features long, brown fleece fur and a bandoleer utility belt. This Star Wars hoodie was launched as part of a larger collection of hoodies drawing inspiration from other characters from the saga, such as R2-D2, a TIE fighter pilot and an AT-AT Pilot.
The Choco Covered Chewie Hoodie from Marc Ecko Cut & Sew
The Choco Covered Chewie hoodie is a modern day take on Chewbacca as seen through the eyes of the Marc Ecko Cut & Sew design team. This brown faux fur coat reverses to chocolate fleece on the opposite side for ultimate comfort no matter how it’s worn. It’s the first sherpa fur coat designed for the fashion elite looking for a Star Wars thematic look re-imagined by Ecko.
Launched in 2004, the Marc Ecko Cut & Sew is dedicated to respecting the past while always re-imagining the future. Relentlessly working to deliver culturally relevant, fashion-forward products all developed with a craftsman pride. The line includes t-shirts, slim fit denim jeans, hoodies, button down shirts, footwear and watches.
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