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Severed Wampa Arm Keeps the Ice off Your Windshield This Winter

by Shane McGlaun
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It’s a little-known fact that Jedi Knights and Native Americans share something in common. Namely, they use every part of the animals they kill. What you didn’t know about The Empire Strikes Back was that after Luke hacked off the hungry Wampa’s arm, he kept it.

I’m sure you’re curious exactly what Luke did with a furry, severed Wampa arm. He used it to scrape the ice off the windows of his Snowspeeder between missions on Hoth. Now you can follow in Luke’s footsteps thanks to ThinkGeek with the really cool Star Wars Wampa Ice Scraper Mitt.

The mitt is really designed for scraping ice too with a fuzzy glove to keep your hand nice and toasty while you scrape. The glove section of the mitt is machine washable and it has a nice 3 x 4-inch ice scraper in the palm. The Wampa Arm Ice Scraper will be available in early October for $24.99(USD).




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