Intergalactic travel via purrgil apparently leads to Walt Disney World Resort, as a new Ahsoka Tano Loungefly mini backpack recently landed at Magic Kingdom. The arrival of the backpack coincides with the recent finale of the “Ahsoka” Disney+ series; we found this bag at Launch Depot in the Tomorrowland section of the park.
Ahsoka Loungefly Mini Backpack – $88.00
The Lounefly mini backpack effectively replicates Ahsoka’s appearance, with the character’s forehead taking up the majority of its facade. Her white and teal lekku emerge from her Akul teeth-lined headband. Her iconic orange skin adds a striking pop of color to the front of the bag, and it’s topped by her white face markings.
The front pouch looks akin to the front of Ahsoka’s attire. Navy faux leather strips wrap around a silver central circle, a recreation of Ahsoka’s belt. The brown pouch contains a faint windowpane pattern and a string of silver and gold metallic beads, and a “Star Wars | Loungefly” plaque is attached in the corner. The pouch is bordered by navy trim.
The back of the bag is made of navy faux leather and contains black straps. The Fulcrum symbol is printed in orange near the top of the backing; introduced in the “Star Wars Rebels” animated series, “Fulcrum” was a title given to anonymous Rebel informants during the reign of the Empire. Ahsoka (spoilers) acts as Fulcrum in the show’s initial season.
Each side of the bag contains an orange pouch that features wrapped navy detailing, giving the pouches the appearance of Ahsoka’s armbands.
The side pouches are connected via a silver zipper. Both the primary and front pouch zipper feature a Loungefly-branded pull.
The interior of the bag is navy. The Fulcrum symbol is printed in orange in a repetitive pattern.
The new Loungefly mini backpack is just one of several pieces of Ahsoka Tano-centric merchandise available at Walt Disney World to coincide with the release of the “Ahsoka” streaming series. This bag debuted at Disneyland Park in mid-September.
“Ahsoka” on Disney+
A spiritual (and, in a lot of ways, literal) successor to “Star Wars Rebels,” “Ahsoka” follows the character (portrayed by Rosario Dawson) as she enlists the aid of Sabine Wren (Natasha Liu Bordizzo) to find Ezra Bridger (Eman Esfandi), a Jedi who is trapped in an uncharted location. Potentially trapped alongside Ezra is Grand Admiral Thrawn (Lars Mikkelsen), a former Imperial official who, too, has seekers, and they aim to see the now-fallen Empire return to glory. “Ahsoka” premiered on August 22, and its finale launched on October 3.
The release of “Ahsoka” was celebrated in several ways across Disney Parks. Ahsoka debuted as a walkaround character at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Park in August, and she was joined by Hera Syndulla and Chopper in early September. Ahsoka will be added to the Star Tours attraction at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Disneyland Paris in spring 2024.
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