Posted by Curto on December 14, 2010 at 11:00 PM CST
Price: $75.99
Item Number: 80087
UPC: 8-71810-00833-9
Height: 12"
Release Date: July 2011


Just like they were when you were a kid, only BIGGER! Gentle Giant continues on with their new line of vintage Star Wars Action figure reproductions with the release of this classic and imposing Sand People (better known as the Tusken Raiders).

Digitally scanned from mint 3" Kenner originals and reproduced to a substantial 12" tall. Nothing has been overlooked. Nothing has been overlooked. Roto and injection molded and made of durable plastics, this jumbo figure includes a faithfully reproduced Gaffi Stick Weapon and authentic vinyl cape, Plus it is fully articulated!

That's not all, this classic Kenner creation comes packaged on a 1977, Star Wars inspired blister card, featuring original front and "12 back" artwork, in a re-sealable plastic outer clam shell to help
protect and display!


Please remember that Gentle Giant now sets the edition size the same as the amount of preorders received on the order due date. Therefore all future products will essentially be sold out, so order accordingly. Most people have noticed that most orders placed after the order due date have been getting allocated. Gentle Giant decides the allocation based on the date the order was submitted, so it is basically first come first serve. The only exception is when Gentle Giant sets the edition size in
advance, which is quite rare.

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