Columbia Sportswear has some good news for "Star Wars" fans who are sick of December's Hoth-like temperatures.
Columbia is rolling out a new line of "Star Wars"-themed jackets.
Unlike last year's collection— which, according to Mashable, channeled the looks of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo's Hoth gear— the new jackets are more "behind the scenes."
Per Columbia's website, The Star Wars Empire Crew Parka is "an officially-licensed jacket inspired by the coat worn by The Empire Strikes Back cast and crew while filming in sub-zero weather in Norway."
Only a handful of the original crew jackets exist today. Some have been auctioned off for around $7,000, as reported by Gizmodo.
The replica jackets have a waterproof outer layer, thermal-reflective lining and 200 grams of insulation. According to Columbia, they also feature a removable, adjustable hood with removable faux-fur trim, two-way collar, ribbed comfort cuffs, wrist zips and multifunctional pockets.
According to Mashable, the Empire Crew Parka will be available for online purchase Dec. 7 at 12:01 a.m. ET on Columbia's website.
The parka will also be available for in-store purchase at select locations on Dec. 7.
Fans can buy the standard version for $500.
Jackets signed by Mark Hamill, the actor who played Luke Skywalker, will be sold at other select locations for $1,980.
Proceeds from the signed jackets will go to college access programs and scholarships, according to a press release.
of the parkas at Columbia's website.