Mandalorian Police – Guard

All colors and patterns should match the reference photos. Fleece, flannel, spandex, and any other shiny fabrics will not be accepted unless stated otherwise.


  • The helmet has a standard round dome and is smooth around the outside (no key slots). The front has “v” shaped mandibles that end approximately 1 inch below the chin.
  • The face shield has two rectangular cutouts with black lenses for eyes. The top of the face shield is angled and comes to a point in the center, where a ridge runs vertically down the center of the face shield between the eye cutouts. The face shield is attached to the helmet at circular ear caps that have an indented circle in the middle.
  • Helmet is painted light gray overall, with medium gray cheeks and light gray mandibles and face shield. There is a medium gray stripe that starts at the center of the brow ridge and extends to the center of the top of the dome in a circular design, then continues down to each ear cap.


  • The tunic is medium gray with short sleeves and a “v” split in neck seal
  • Center of tunic has a light gray stripe in the center of the armor pieces approximately 2-3” wide and starts at the color and ends the diamond shape cut out of the ab plate
  • Tunic ends at mid thigh
  • Bottom of tunic has upside down “y” shape that is light gray with diamond in the middle
  • Back of the tunic has a light gray stripe that starts under the collar and ends in a triangular shape at the bottom edge of the tunic


  • The undershirt has long sleeves and matches the medium gray of the armor and tunic


  • The pants are a light gray that matches the armor

Shoulder plates

  • The shoulder plates cover the entire shoulder area with rounded top and bottom and straight edge on the sides
  • Plates are medium gray with light gray edge that is approximately ½” wide
  • Both shoulders have the number “22” in mando’a in the center

Chest plates

  • There are rectangular chest plates straight across the top and top corners are angled.
  • Outside edges of chest plates are straight with short triangular fangs.
  • Inside of chest plate edges are straight with 2-3” space between each the plate and bottom inside corner is angled like the top outside corner
  • Plates are medium gray with light gray edge that is approximately ½” wide
  • Torso spacing is close with only approximately ½ – ¾” between plates

Ab plate

  • Bottom edge of the ab plate is straight across,
  • Outside edges of the ab plate match the width of the chest plates at the top and taper slightly approximately ½-1” to the bottom.
  • Top of the ab plate follows the contour of the triangular chest plate and fangs and has 2-3” gap that ends approximately 1-2” from the bottom of the ab plate in squared diamond.
  • Ab plate is medium gray with light gray edge that is approximately ½” wide
  • Chest and ab plate center forms long squared diamond shape
  • Torso spacing is close with only approximately ½ – ¾” between plates


  • The collar covers the top portion of back and front chest area and is the same length in front and back
  • Collar has a split in the center that is approximately 1” space in front
  • Collar is medium gray with light gray edge that is approximately ½” wide
  • Torso spacing is close with only approximately ½ – ¾” between plates

Back plate

  • Two triangular plates sit on each shoulder blade. There is a space between the plates approximately 2-3” wide that matches the front
  • Back plate is medium gray with light gray edge that is approximately ½” wide


  • Knee high leather or leather-like boots that are light gray

Knee plate

  • Top of boots have a knee plate that is plus shaped and fits into a groove in the top of the shin plate, matching reference photos
  • Knee plate is medium gray with a light gray square in the center

Shin Plate

  • Over the boots there is medium gray plate that covers the width of the front of the leg

Girth/holster belt

  • The belt is medium gray approximately 2-3” wide with silver or light gray detail in the front that matches reference photos
  • Right side of belt has matching medium gray pouch on right side approximately 2-3” wide and 4-5” tall with flap, no visible closure
  • Left side front of belt has a belt loop approximately 1” wide and 2-3” tall with two eyelets that matches the medium gray of the belt
  • Left side of belt under the arm has a metal cylinder approximately 2-3” wide and 4-5” long

Gloves/wraps/arm specific accessories

  • Gloves are light gray
  • Gauntlets wrap around the entire forearm and have an attached hand guard
  • Gauntlets are light gray with 1 large rectangle on the top of each side, matching reference photos
  • Hand guard is medium gray


  • The Baton has two handles forming a right angle and each has a silver knob on the end. The weapon end of the baton has a black handle portion that ends in a silver vented shroud with round holes matching reference photos. (insert photo)

Character specific accessories

  • Shield ends in octagon shape with each end having a rectangle cut out. The two octagons are connected by a wide square
  • Approximately 2” of the edge of the shield is light gray, the interior is medium gray. There is the number “22” painted in mando’a in light gray in the center of top octagon shape

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


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.

3D Prints

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.