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Obi-Wan Kenobi Jedi Cloak

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Price: $295.00 

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This heavy weight Jedi cloak is made of a wool blend. Though very recognizable as the cloak worn by Obi-Wan Kenobi, this particular piece could be used by many different Jedi across the Galaxy. One size fits most.

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    1. John on 11/23/2011, said:

    I'm going to have to firmly disagree with the below guy. Maybe in the past they've had those questions or maybe he just got a fluke but I've been wanting one of these for a long time and I finally went to their physical store and got to look at the cloak before I bought it and I loved it. Its made of a good, solid, thick fabric that is still very nice and flowing. They explained to me that the color, threading, design, everything was matched exactly with the screen worn prop. I'm thrilled at how great this cloak is and I find myself actively seeking excuses to wear it out in public.
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    2. John on 4/4/2011, said:

    I was very excited when I was able to order the OWK Jedi Cloak for 40% off on Star Wars shop... when it finally came in I was very disapointed and debated on whether to return it or not. First off, the color is not as pictured, and is instead more orange than it is brown with a hint of orange, andon top of that it has a lighter yellow like threading in between the orange (think blue jean like denim look)... on top of the already false advertising, it is marketed as 100% wool, when in fact it is 65% wool, and 35% "other fiber" ... it even comes with a tag saying that while it is differet it is not to be considered a defect but rather a unique vintage look due to the washing (or something similar).. unique is not a replica! as for the certificate of authenticity, mine has damage to it and it s nothing more than an advertisemen for other Star Wars costumes by Museum Replicas and Atlanta Cutlery. I will be contacting them tomorrow. I am not sure if this is the way all the cloaks are, or just the one I got from Star Wars shop..
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