IMPERIAL STORMTROOPER
(Hoth Battle Gear)

Source:
The Empire Strikes Back

Year: 2007

Assortment: Vintage Figures

Retail: $9.99

Assortment Number: 87305/87295

UPC Number: 6 53569 21389 5

Weapons and Accessories:

  • BlasTech E-11 Blaster Pistol
  • Removable Helmet
  • Survival Backpack
  • UGH POP Sticker
  • UGH Redemption Certificate
  • Comments: Celebrate the legendary Star Wars films that changed the universe forever, with The Saga Collection. This collection brings to life the incredible story of good versus evil that captured our imagination and took us to a galaxy far, far away. The finest re-creations of the iconic Star Wars heroes and villains are back with incredible detail and premium features to commemorate each epic tale in the Star Wars saga. And, as a tribute to the dedication of Star Wars fans everywhere, we are re-releasing elements of the original packaging that harken back to the creation of Star Wars action figures, which began over 25 years ago with the Original Trilogy. May the Force be with you!







    Points of Interest:
  • These Imperial Stormtroopers are more commonly known as "Snowtroopers".
  • Although this figure came out in 2007, it still uses the 2006 The Saga Collection logo on its packaging.
  • This figure is part of the Ultimate Galactic Hunt 2007 promotion for an exclusive set of 7 collector coins and a custom designed display box.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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