On May the Fourth, a.k.a. Star Wars Day, super fans get about as excited as a drunk at an open… Mos Eisley Cantina? So whether you’re one of them or have friends you who are, here’s all the gear you need to celebrate in style.
The BB-8 Droid rocked and rolled through The Force Awakens, and this toy looks really fun even for those who have no idea what that means.
Thanks to 2,500 trivia questions, the Star Wars geek can study up and outshine other nerds with vast troves of useless knowledge.
Part Star Wars, part Toy Story, all artwork—any self-respecting super fan will love to hang these prints in his (or her) home.
What happens when you combine an enthusiasm for Star Wars with an excess of holiday cheer.
Start your own version of the Cantina by drinking from these koozies.
Curl up in one of these cozy coverings and have a movie marathon. Preferably a Jar Jar-free one.
Looking for some statement socks? Check out this impressive range from Stance featuring all your favorite original characters plus clever combos including R2 and C-3PO, Han Solo and Boba Fett and, yes, Jabba the Hutt and Slave Leia.
You might never command your own Death Star, but you can eat one for breakfast with this waffle maker. Take that, Vader.
R2-D2 is arguably the most useful droid in the franchise, and with this mini-fridge, you can take advantage of yet another skill: chilling beers.
There’s a lot of Star Wars-themed art out there, but the Star Wars geek will love this minimalist poster featuring illustrations of Imperials, Droids and Bounty Hunters from the films.
Help the Star Wars geek stay true to the roots by wearing this T that highlights beloved characters from the original trilogy.
Coax the Star Wars geek over to the dark side with this Galactic Empire-inspired laptop, which comes fully loaded with rare Star Wars content and a keyboard that glows red.