The Ultimate Boba Fett Gift Guide For Star Wars Fans

Boba Fett looks menacingly at the viewer

One of the most infamous bounty hunters in the galaxy and one of the most popular characters in Star Wars, Boba Fett has left a lasting impression on Star Wars fans despite his limited amount of screen time. He first appeared in The Empire Strikes Back as one of several bounty hunter’s contracted by Vader to find the Millennium Falcon. He tracked it to Cloud City, where its captain Han Solo was frozen in carbonite and given to Fett. Solo’s life was compensation for ensuring Vader would get his true prize, Luke Skywalker, expected to come and save his friends. Fett appeared calm, in control, and mysterious, the last point inspiring countless theories about his enigmatic origins.

It was later revealed in the prequel films that Boba Fett was, in fact, the son of Jango Fett, a Mandalorian warrior turned bounty hunter. His Mandalorian armor would later become a trademark his son would adopt. Boba would go on to take up the family business and become one of the most popular and fearsome bounty hunters in the galaxy, and the subject material for some great gifts.


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Whether you’re setting out to collect a bounty or just headed down to your nearest coffee shop, the Star Wars Boba Fett Laptop Backpack has enough room for all your necessary gear. Able to hold up to a 15” laptop in its sleeve, it comes with so many extra compartments you’ll never lack the perfect place for your keys, wallet, or phone.

This durable backpack has premium quality zipper closures with sturdy hardware, reliable velcro pockets, and thick straps that conform to the shape of most bodies to ensure a comfortable fit even on the longest of missions. With its bold coloring, high-quality patches, and “distressed” look, Boba Fett himself would sign off on it. Jetpack not included.


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Even nefarious bounty hunters follow a code, and having his roots in the Mandalorian way of life, Boba Fett adheres to an even stricter set of moral principles. The Bandai Tamashii Nations Meisho Realization Boba Fett Toy Figure is the perfect choice to be represented in an aesthetic that resembles the ancient samurai of feudal Japan.

Standing 9 inches, he is portrayed as a “Ronin’, a lord-less samurai by sculptor and artists Takayuki Takeya and Junichi Taniguchi. Every aspect of his armor has been re-imagined, right down to his flint-lock blaster rifle. He comes with a detachable jetpack, a ninja-style katana, as well as blades that can be attached to his shins and forearms (Boba Fett was always about the secret weapons).


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Whether you’re trudging through the snowy wastelands of Hoth or just through the snow-covered streets of your own home planet, you’ll be happy you have this Boba Fett beanie. His helmet may not have a working mobile antenna, but it does have an adorable bright red pom pom on the top of it which though cute, makes you somewhat of a target.

This slouchy beanie is made from a blend of polyester and acrylic and has glitter thread sewn into the T-shaped visor of his helmet. Its slouchy style fits far enough on the back of your head to protect your neck and ears from the glacial winds as your search for the nearest cantina and a warm cup of Jawa juice.


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The Star Wars Mini Dome Boba Fett Bag by Loungefly is easily one of the most stunning examples of the unity between utility and aesthetic that a Boba Fett fan could get their hands on. Featuring a glossy, luxurious feeling faux leather finish, eye-popping colors, and a fun dome shape, it’s for the sophisticated Star Wars fan that likes showing off their great taste in style.

It measures 10 inches long, 5 inches wide, and 9.5 inches tall, with a handle-drop of 4 inches, and a zipper enclosure on the inside for some of your smaller loose items. The dome interior itself is fully lined and large enough to hold your wallet, phone, and the keys to Slave 1.


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For fans of Star Wars and the Fett, this Funko Pop! is a worthy addition to their collection. In his classic green, grey, and yellow Mandalorian armor from his first onscreen appearance in Empire Strikes Back, this figure shows him ready and willing to hunt down anyone, anywhere!

Right down to the jet pack on his back and the mobile antenna on his helmet, no details are missing, except his coveted collection of wookie braids and his beige mantle. But those things would only get in the way of the galaxy's most fearsome bounty hunter and his prey.


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Give the stars a run for their money with these Boba Fett helmet lights by Kurt Adler, bespoke ornament and holiday keepsake designer extraordinaire. Perfect for in your room, in your dorm, strung across your workspace or your movie room, they add just enough personality for everyone to know who your favorite Star Wars character is.

Buy a few strands and put them up around your Christmas tree, or string them down your banister. Create your own Mos Eisley cantina, frequent watering hole of Boba Fett and other scum and villainy, by decorating your home bar.


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Make the holidays memorable with this Boba Fett Christmas centerpiece by famous holiday gift designer Kurt Adler. Standing 8 inches tall, he stands poised to fire a candy cane gun at whichever rebel scum or rival bounty hunter ties to steal his bounty. Han Solo in carbonite, wrapped up in a bow, is presumably Jabba the Hutt's secret Santa gift.

Throw up the tree, place this expertly crafted figurine on the mantle, and put on the Star Wars Holiday Special, where Boba Fett makes a surprise animated appearance trying to befriend C-3PO and R2-D2 in order to get to Han Solo.


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That jawa juice better be strong if it's being served to one of the most ruthless bounty hunters in the galaxy. Made to resemble a coffee mug from Starbucks, instead of the ubiquitous green mermaid logo, you get Boba Fett's head.  

Perfect for Star Wars fans that are also not morning people, this ceramic mug can hold 11 ounces of your favorite beverage and is dishwasher safe. Boba Fett is a man of few words, so the words “No good to me decaf”, a play off the famous line about the condition of Han Solo in carbonite, is a perfect slogan.


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Never has the galaxy’s most feared bounty hunter looked so impressive than in the form of this sixth scale premium figure by Sideshow Collectibles. Appearing for the first time in a “pre-production” suit of Mandalorian armor, taken from production stills prior to his appearance in The Empire Strikes Back, this figurine is a must-have collectible for Star Wars fans desirous of a completely unique display.

From his wrist rocket launchers to the blaster scorch marks on his armor, every aspect of Boba Fett’s appearance in Episode V has been faithfully reproduced in this premium format. With 30 points of articulation, 7 different hands, and a ton of accessories (including his cape!), this is the ultimate version of Boba Fett.

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