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Storm Trooper Motorcycle Suit

Storm Trooper Motorcycle Suit

We'll admit to believing that Harley riders aren't likely to be huge Star Wars fans, but if your tastes manage to straddle the line between comic book fairs and biker bars, perhaps the Storm Trooper Motorcycle Suit ($1,150) should be in your stocking this year. Officially licensed, this amazing suit is made from form-molded leather, allowing it to replicate even small details of its on-screen counterpart, while built-in CE-approved body armor will keep you safe in case you swerve too quickly trying to maneuver around a restless Ewok. [Scouted by Jeff]

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