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Get ready to battle the Dark Side with our Star Wars sweatshirts from with double-sided dye-sublimation printing that captures every detail of the awesome oversized action scenes on the shirtfronts. These are officially licensed collectible sweatshirts, so load up, fellow fans. We’ve got the Star Wars Light Duel Sweatshirt featuring Darth Vader dueling with Luke Skywalker in the classic Cloud City battle at the end of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. The double-sided print is on a blue background with black sleeves and waistband. It’s lightweight and comfortable with a soft interior. Hard core fans will genuflect when they see you wearing our Star Wars Poster Sweatshirt from the first 1977 movie. This Star Wars sweatshirt has a double-sided dye-sublimated print featuring a young Luke Skywalker wielding his light saber, with Princess Leia, C-3PO and R2-D2 looking skyward at all the TIE Fighters heading for battle toward the looming image of Darth Vader and his Death Star against a star-studded dark sky. Oh, if Luke only knew then how many very close relatives were in this picture. Like most of our officially licensed Star Wars sweaters and T-shirts, you can buy this in sizes up to XXX-Large. Our Star Wars poster sweatshirt is an ultra-comfortable poly-cotton blend with soft interior and raglan sleeves.

For black on white action, our Star Wars Duel Raglan Lightweight Junior Sweatshirt has a desperate Luke Skywalker and haughty Vader battling it out with light sabers in black and white on a charcoal background in the classic scene from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. This officially licensed sweatshirt has the image up front on this sweater made with a cotton-poly blend with black raglan sleeves. Yeah, we couldn’t decide either, so we told ourselves we’d get one for home and one for the office. If you’re loyal to the force, does that mean you’re loyal to the workplace? Why not let them believe it.