Darth Vader Silicone Oven Mitt

Oct 28, 2015

Category: Gear

We never pictured Darth Vader as one to make muffins or lemon souffle, but if he were to ever delve into the art of baking, he would use the Darth Vader Silicone Oven Mitt.

These officially licensed, black oven mitts are made entirely of silicone, with each glove containing the Imperial logo on the palm. These one-size-fits-all gloves are only available for the right-handed humans, as there isn’t a left-handed version available. So, you Southpaws are out of luck. Each mitt has a built in hole for hanging in your kitchen, which you’ll want to do so your guests know that you proudly represent the dark side. If you’re planning on baking some Star Wars cookies to sneak into the theaters with you on December 18th (when The Force Awakens hits theaters), then might we suggest picking up one of these. The mitts are available now for $15. [Purchase]

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