All colors and patterns should match the reference photos. Fleece, flannel, spandex, and any other shiny fabrics will not be accepted unless stated otherwise.
- Center of flightsuit is medium gray
- The fabric used is a matte stretch twill, scuba knit, or cotton and should be tailored to fit the wearer and some bagginess is permitted around the knees.
- Outer edge of the flight suit is medium to dark blue. The blue stripe wraps around the legs starting centered approximately half way and runs to the center of the back of the leg. At the waist the blue stripe angles toward the belt buckle both above and below the belt. The stripe continues up the chest and widens out above the torso to just below the collar bone where it curves over to the center and runs up the neck, leaving an approximate 1 to 1 ½ inch gap matching photo references. The sleeves of the flightsuit are gray in the front and approximately half of the side, the inside and half of the outside are the same blue as the stripes on the flight suit.
- On the sleeves of the flightsuit there is a cuff approximately 2 to 3 inches wide. On the wrist cuff of the left hand there is a small rectangular communicator with an approximate 2 inch black screen and two buttons, one red and one white that are approximately 1 inch long and ½ inch wide matching photo references.
- The top of the shoulders has a reinforced leather, leather-like material or suede patch that is a darker blue than the stripe, that starts in the front square across the shoulder and matches the contour of the neck then runs to the back then straight across to cover the tops of the shoulder area right below the neck matching photo references.
- The neck of the flight suit has two layers matching photo references. The outer layer is the same blue as the stripe on the flight suit that runs all the way around the neck except for the 1 to 1 ½ inch gap in the front center. The inner layer is the same gray as the flight suit and runs all the way around the neck.
- There are knee pads on the flight suit that are the same dark brown leather or leather-like material as the boots. The patches are centered on the knee and cover the entire knee area matching photo references.
- Medium brown leather or leather-like material, that is approximately 2-3 inches tall with a large rectangular silver buckle. There are leather belt loops around the belt at regular 2 to 3 inch intervals matching photo references.
- Mid-calf dark black boots, with all labels and brand names removed or permanently covered
- There are two silver rectangular plates on the boots. One is on the front of the ankle top of the boot. The second is on the upper foot of the boot near the ankle matching photo references. These plates should be a reinforced armor pad of leather or leather-like material or an approved armor material.
Gloves/wraps/arm specific accessories:
- Plain black gloves that are tucked into the cuff of the flight suit. Gloves must have all labels and brand names removed or permanently covered.
- Westar 35 blaster with silver on the main barrel and handle and black on the raised portion of the sides.
- Amis has a clean shaven head. If the applicant chooses not to shave head, a skull cap must be worn in a manner that covers all hair entirely and be fitted to the wearer’s head matching photo references.
Quality of Armor/Prop Material:
All armor parts and props should have no visible construction methods including but not limited to Bondo, putty, filler, 3D print lines or sanding marks. All finished parts should have an even and smooth finish. Paint that has bled under taped off sections must be cleaned up and not left unaddressed. Only parts that are supposed to be crude within the Star Wars universe such as bone or other organic materials, cracked leather, hammered metal, severely weathered parts, etc. are exempt.
All painted parts should have an even and smooth finish. Rushed, excess paint resulting in runs, uneven, and orange-peeling paint jobs will not be accepted.
The use of 3D printed parts for armor and weapons is allowed. The 3D prints must be sanded and/or filled as such so that no visible print lines remain
Acceptable Armor Material:
Fiberglassed/resined paper board
Worbla is only allowed for adding additional details to armor plates as it is not strong enough on its own.
Any visible EVA foam is not allowed. EVA foam is only allowed as backing for other materials as long as it is not visible.
If unsure, please contact an Applicant Team member for clarification.
Acceptable Armor Attachment Methods:
Screws (if visible, screw head must be filled and sanded smooth)
Leather and nylon strapping may be exposed.
Elastic strapping must be concealed EXCEPT on knees, elbows, and “Boba Thongs” where they must be color matched to flight suit.
Unacceptable Armor Attachment Methods: