Yavin Operations Troopers were troopers who served in the early rebel movement on Yavin, prior to the battle on Scarif.
-Grey-blue, brown, or olive heavy canvas jacket.
-Sleeves have blood stripe detail (printed, suede, embroidered, or similar) from shoulder to cuff. Darker brown, grey-blue, and olive jackets have tan stripes, and lighter brown jackets have darker brown stripes.
-Jacket has a mandarin collar with 6 lines of topstitching on the collar.
-The waistband also has 6 lines of topstitching.
-There are left and right breast pockets, with a flap on the left-hand pocket only. Pocket should have no visible securing snaps or buttons.
-Screen-accurate top stitching and pockets on the front and action pleat on the back of the shoulders.
-Screen-accurate compad inset above the left breast pocket.
Optional: Contrasting front yoke.
-Khaki, Coyote or brown colored utility trousers with Cargo-style pockets along the outside of each leg, with top flap, and no visible closure buttons or snaps.
-Pant ankles should be worn tucked into boots/boot toppers.
Optional: Pants may have accurate padding sewn in to knees.
-Long sleeved, tan, beige, coyote or middle brown shirt with a collar ending in two points.
-Front has a rectangular bib with seams on the bottom and both sides, take a look the bottom seam of the bib is two to three inches above the belt line.
-Double rows of stitching (flat-felled or similar) in each seam is recommended. -Optional back yoke.
-Worn tucked into the pants.
PLCE belt in tan or olive. Belt closure should be roll pin-style or silver buckle with accurate greeblie.
Optional: silver screen-accurate energy pellets tucked into the loops on the belt.
-Chelsea-style boot in brown or black leather (can be suede).
-No visible laces.
-Anklet-style cuff that matches boot color.
DH-17 (Rogue One Version)
A-300 in sniper configuration only.
This costume varies from the Scarif Marine standard but has a lot of shared parts,
Standard reviewed by the Costume Standards Committee 4 May 2018
PLEASE NOTE: The costume standards are a guide, yet are not an all inclusive outline of required elements. The judges will be looking for quality of workmanship, accurate execution and use of materials in addition to these general standards check lists. If you have a question about fabrics, colours, and parts choices for your build please contact the Detachment Officer for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build, or post a ‘Work in Progress’ (WIP) thread on the forum. (LCJ listing here)