Plush Yoda House Slippers

You know you want these. Really, you know you do. And if Yoda doesn’t feet your fancy, then they’ve got equally plush Darth Vader and Chewbacca slippers.

“From the moons of Endor to the snowy plains of Hoth, our Star Wars slippers will keep your toes warm the galaxy over. Characters include the wise and sage-like Yoda, the menacing Darth Vader, and everyone’s favorite fuzzball, Chewbacca. These are the slippers you’ve been looking for!”

The plush Yoda Slippers are available now from Bunny Slippers for $24.95.

Be Queen Amidala

I don’t think that I’ve ever posted a Queen Amidala T-Shirt on this blog before. That might be because my readership consists of 95% men. At least that’s what Analytics tell me. In any case, here’s a regal red and gold T-Shirt from Her Universe. In truth, I actually like the model and the model’s makeup slightly more than the T-Shirt itself.

Queen Amidala is available now from Her Universe for $28.

Keep Calm You Will, Yes, Hmmmmm

Calm You Shall Keep and Carry On You Must. Favorite of mine this T-Shirt must be. Yes, Hmmmm.

Originally for sale on RIPT a few days ago for only 24 hours, it has found new life on RedBubble. You can customize it and have the design printed on a variety of different color T-Shirts. Keep Calm You Will is available now from RedBubble for $$24.54 .

Darth Vader Says NOOOOOOO!

I have yet to pick up the new Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Episodes I-VI) on Blu-ray, however, I have been keeping up with the talk of all the changes that George Lucas made to the movies. One change that received a lot of attention was one from Star Wars Episode 6: Return of the Jedi. If you remember, towards the end of the movie, Luke Skaywalker battles the the Emperor. In the original film, Darth Vader stands and watches (silently) as his son is beaten to a pulp. In the most recent revision, George Lucas has Darth Vader screaming “NOOOOOOOOO!” Apparently, he did this so that it would match the “NOOOOOOOOO!” that Hayden Christensen yelps at the climax of Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith. Sigh.

In honor of this unceremonious change, the fine people at Might Fine created this “NOOOOOOOO!” T-Shirt featuring the one and only Darth Vader. NOOOOOO! is available now from We Love Fine for $25.

And hey George Lucas, can you please stop revising Star Wars already?

Stand Up To Cancer With Star Wars

These Star Wars T-Shirts were designed for a great cause and are definitely tees that I’ll support. Use the Force for good and show that you will Stand Up To Cancer. Proceeds from these Star Wars designed T-Shirts will go to benefit the fight against cancer. There are three designs to choose from and each are priced at $24.95.

Of course, the momentum from the soon to be released Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Blu-ray should help to propel the sales of these T-Shirts. Then again, Star Wars fans will pretty much buy anything Star Wars, right? And that is why I have a vinyl Yoda sitting on my desk and staring at me.

Co-Tee TV Episode 86: Man Up, The Good Child, and Yoda

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Man Up by Sir Ruffkins The Third (Threadless) and review Goody Two (Vans) by The Good Child, an indie T-Shirt and accessory brand based out of Dallas, Texas.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Goody Two (Vans) by The Good Child. Pros: There really seems to be a renaissance of indie T-Shirt designers coming out of the state of Texas. The Good Child is yet another example of a Texas based brand doing it right. There is a lot to like about the box that The Good Child sent over to me. The first thing that caught my eye was the attention to detail. Each of the T-Shirts were hand-rolled and then tied by string. The ends of the string was even burnt to prevent it from unraveling. Another nice touch was the sticker that was tucked between the T-Shirt and the knot of the string. It’s always awesome when you order a T- and get a free item – plus, people love stickers! As for the T-Shirt, The Good Child uses American Apparel blanks. This means that each tee is 100% made in the USA. The blanks are from LA and the tees are printed in Dallas, Texas. The screenprint on this T-Shirt was very well done. The placement of the graphic on the front, back and inner neck was perfect and the inks used were bright, vibrant, and bold. It’s also tagless and features a screenprinted neck label instead. I was very impressed by both the packaging and the T-Shirt – both were well done.

Cons: There aren’t really any cons to speak of. The only thing that does come to mind, though, is the relatively high price tag ($29.99). However, I’d have to say that the amount of detail placed on the product and the experience and joy of opening this finely tuned T-Shirt makes this price well-deserving.

Price: $29.99.

Man Up by Sir Riffkins The Third (Threadless). Pros: This shirt features a unicorn oozing rainbow bloOd and being cut up by a biker dude version of Chuck Norris with Hands made out of chainsaws. Plus, I can’t tell if that’s Chuck’s wiener or parts of his ab’s protruding out. Need I say more?

Price: $20 (and worth every cent).

Also mentioned in this episode:

Star Wars Mighty Muggs: Yoda – so cool!

Fur Face Boy – thanks for recommending us!

Vans Classic Slip-On: ScillaPlaid DrssBi/TrWht

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