NEW ‘The Mandalorian’ Grogu Ear Headband, Spirit Jersey, and Loungefly Backpack Arrive at Walt Disney World

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NEW ‘The Mandalorian’ Grogu Ear Headband, Spirit Jersey, and Loungefly Backpack Arrive at Walt Disney World

New products featuring the adorable Grogu from “The Mandalorian” on Disney+ have arrived at Walt Disney World Resort.

We found the new Grogu ear headband, Spirit Jersey, and Loungefly mini backpack in the Emporium and Disney Clothiers at Magic Kingdom.

Grogu Ear Headband – $34.99

A reporter holds up the Grogu ear headband.

These are traditional Minnie Mouse ears, but previous Grogu ear headbands have had ears shaped like his own pointy ears.

The ears and headband of this product are made of a soft, light green fabric. The bow between the ears is made of a white sherpa fabric, inspired by the collar of Grogu’s cloak.

A close-up of the Grogu patch and bow.

A patch on the center of the bow depicts Grogu in a cutesy cartoon style with one hand out as he uses the Force. The patch is embroidered with green, white, black, and brown thread.

Grogu was introduced as an unnamed creature in the first episode of “The Mandalorian.” He became an instant fan-favorite “Star Wars” character. Before his name was revealed, Disney and Lucasfilm officially referred to him as “The Child,” while fans called him “Baby Yoda,” as he’s the same species as Yoda. The name of the species has never been revealed.

A close-up of embroidered butterflies on the Grogu ear headband

The edge of the right ear is embroidered with small white stars and two white butterflies. Grogu interacts with blue butterflies on the planet Tython in the second season of “The Mandalorian.” These butterflies usually represent the Light Side of the Force in “Star Wars” canon.

A close-up of the embroidered Death Star on the Grogu ear headband

The edge of the other ear is embroidered with more white stars and, oddly, an image of the Death Star. Grogu has no connection to the Death Star, although it is mentioned a couple of times in “The Mandalorian.” Both Death Stars were destroyed before the events of the series.

The backs of the ears and the headband itself feature no designs.

Grogu Spirit Jersey – $79.99

A reporter holds up the brown Grogu Spirit Jersey

There have been multiple Grogu Spirit Jerseys in the years since the character’s debut. The first was bright green, inspired by Grogu’s green skin. Another was tie-dye with “Grogu” on the back. This Spirit Jersey is light brown, reminiscent of Grogu’s cloak.

A close-up of Grogu on the chest of the Spirit Jersey

Grogu is pictured on the chest. It’s the same image from the patch on the ear headband. The character’s own cloak is a different shade of brown from the jersey so it stands out.

A close-up of the Death Star on the Grogu Spirit Jersey

The Death Star is in gray near the hem of the jersey. A swirl of white four-pointed stars goes from the Death Star up to Grogu.

The Death Star is pictured on the ear headband and Spirit Jersey in a minimalist style as a simple circle with a large block dot and line through its center.

The back of the "Star Wars" Grogu Spirit Jersey

“Star Wars” is across the back in white blocky lettering with more stars around the words. These are made of puffy screen printing ink that slightly pops out of the jersey for a dimensional look. The back of Grogu’s head is below “Star Wars,” directly behind the front of his head on the chest of the jersey.

If you can’t make it to Magic Kingdom, this Spirit Jersey is also available for purchase on shopDisney.

Glow-in-the-Dark ‘The Mandalorian’ Loungefly Mini Backpack – $88

A reporter holds up the Grogu and The Mandalorian Loungefly mini backpack

The matching Loungefly mini backpack has a black base with silver accents around the zippers and side pockets. Like most Loungefly bags, it’s made of pleather with metal zippers. The design on the front is inspired by the Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter, the spaceship he bought to replace his destroyed Razor Crest.

Grogu is pictured on the top front of the bag. It’s the same image from the ears and Spirit Jersey, but put into context. He’s in the domed droid control center of the ship, where he often sits when traveling.

Din Djarin, a.k.a. the Mandalorian and Grogu’s adopted father, is pictured on the front pocket in the ship’s pilot seat. The pocket is curved like the domed glass roof of the cockpit.

A side view of The Mandalorian Loungefly backpack

The slip pockets on the sides of the bag feature four-pointed stars. One slip pocket has a black “Star Wars” and Loungefly plaque, set against a silver square patch. The two zip-up pockets have silvertone hardware.

A look at the Death Star on side of The Mandalorian Loungefly mini backpack

The other side pocket features the minimalist image of the Death Star.

The backpack straps are made of pleather padded sections and fabric sections, connected with metal rings. The pleather part is black and patterned with stars, while the fabric part is solid silver. The bag also has a silver top handle.

A reporter shows off the back of The Mandalorian Loungefly mini backpack

The back of the bag is mostly solid black. There’s an image of Grogu and “Mando” on the bottom right corner. Mando is pictured in profile while Grogu is in front of him looking directly at you. A handful of stars are around them.

As part of his creed, the Mandalorian is rarely seen without his helmet on. Pedro Pascal voices the character and sometimes dons the armor, but Brendan Wayne and Lateef Crowder also portray the Mandalorian as body doubles, with Pascal’s voice added in post production.

A photo of the inside of The Mandalorian Loungefly mini backpack.

The interior lining of the backpack features an all-over pattern of stars and images of Grogu.

Grogu Bucket Hat – $29.99

WDW DS World of Disney Grogu Bucket Hat 1

We spotted this Grogu bucket hat in World of Disney at Disney Springs. The top of the hat is a soft, light green, with the brim a light tan. Grogu’s eyes, nose, and mouth are embroidered on the front in black and white thread. Two pointy ears stick out from the sides.

WDW DS World of Disney Grogu Bucket Hat 3

On the back of the hat, a frog’s silhouette is embroidered in white thread. The hat is one size only.

Grogu Graphic Socks- $16.99

WDW EPCOT Creations Shop Grogu Graphic Socks 1

We found these Grogu graphic socks in Creations Shop at EPCOT.

WDW EPCOT Creations Shop Grogu Graphic Socks 2

The socks are a mix of light blue, green, and tan colors, with woven illustrations of Grogu levitating a frog.

Grogu Backpack – $39.99

WDW MK Disney and Co Grogu Backpack 1

We spotted this Grogu plush backpack in Mickey’s of Hollywood at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The backpack is modeled after Grogu’s floating pram from “The Mandalorian,” only here, the pram is black instead of silvery white.

WDW MK Disney and Co Grogu Backpack 3

A plush Grogu is sewn to the front of the backpack. The Child sports a smiling face, ready for adventure.

WDW MK Disney and Co Grogu Backpack 4

The backpack itself is quite thin, so you may not be able to keep all of your park essentials inside.

WDW MK Disney and Co Grogu Backpack 5

The backpack straps are gray to match the bag and are adjustable.

WDW MK Disney and Co Grogu Backpack 7

The inside of the backpack is also gray, with no additional zippered or slip pockets.

Toddler Overalls – $34.99

WDW MK Disney and Co Grogu Toddler Overalls 1

Also in Mickey’s of Hollywood, we found this toddler overalls set featuring the Child.

WDW MK Disney and Co Grogu Toddler Overalls 2

The overalls themselves are gray with an embroidery of Grogu on the front panel. A white ringer T-shirt is also included, featuring an all-over pattern of Grogu and frogs.

Youth T-Shirt – $26.99

WDW EPCOT Mission Space Cargo Bay Grogu Youth T Shirt 2

Over at EPCOT in Mission: SPACE Cargo Bay, we also found this youth T-shirt featuring Grogu, depicted again in the adorable style seen throughout this collection.

The shirt itself is light blue, with “Star Wars” printed above Grogu in black ink with a white outline. Grogu’s shifter knob floats to his left, as small Force particles emit from his tiny hands.

“The Mandalorian” season three aired in the spring of 2023. It was the most-watched original streaming show of the year. A fourth season was in development but so is a movie. It’s not yet clear if the movie will replace season four or be in addition to it. The movie title, “The Mandalorian & Grogu,” was announced earlier this month.

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