Ezra Bridger was a human male Jedi Padawan who, as an orphan on the Outer Rim planet of Lothal, became a rebel fighter and revolutionary leader in the early rebellion against the Galactic Empire.
Long oval shape in the center. Two piping lines on both sides of the front of the shirt. The arms have a circle over the elbow.
Two seams down the center on each leg with a small triangle above the knees. Two pockets; one on each leg, about halfway between the waist and the knee. The left leg has a brown pant leg starting at the knee. There is also a knee pad; the same shade of brown, on the left knee. The pattern is horizontal lines. The right leg has a white piece on it which goes from the knee to the ankle. The white piece has a smaller top piece with a red triangle on it. Similar to the snow trooper knee pads. The bottom piece has a circular tube in the center of it. There is a small grey piece on the top and a red stripe in the center.
The vest has yellow fringe on the outside. The front has four yellow rectangles on the front; two on each side. The back has the logo on it. (see photos below for the logo). One yellow rectangle on each shoulder.
Gloves are colored green. There is a triangle on the top of the gloves (colored a slightly lighter green than the gloves). There are three lines; one from each end of the triangle, to the end of the gloves. The fingertips for the gloves are an off-white color.
The collar is colored yellow. The collar has a “V” shape on the top. The collar is tall.
The belt is brown.
The front details are: Two circles; one small one larger. The small one is on the left side. The large one is on the right side. The center piece is a half oval/rectangle (see photo below).
There is a droid caller on the left side of the hip.
The lightsaber hook is also on the front left side of the belt.
See pictures below
The hair is colored blue. It almost looks like a short anime style.
If bladed; it must be blue.
2. Green backpack
3. Stormtrooper cadet helmet
4. Face scars from the season 1 finale
Standard written by Author: Lauren Lys
Standard reviewed by the Costume Standards Committee 25 January 2017
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