Ahsoka Tano (Retro)


May 18, 2000
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Star Wars Retro Collection Ahsoka Tano​

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he 3.75-inch-scale Retro Collection figure is detailed to look like Ahsoka Tano from Star Wars: The Mandalorian live-action series on Disney Plus, featuring design and detailing inspired by 1970s Star Wars figures.

Includes: figure and 2 accessories.


Did you purchase this Ahsoka Retro figure?
Really well done figure. The white sabers are so Kenner and it’s rad that they are in different lengths.
How'd this thread get buried without comments until now?! Such a great figure, and yes indeed those sabers are totally retro, and I would have loved this figure as a kid in the 80s! I only wish it had a softgoods poncho, similar to the fabric from Luke's cloak.
This is a fantastic figure. As a sucker for the simplicity of vintage lightsabers. These new sculpts and colors are great to add to our vintage collections. The dual white sabers with the curved hilts make for great display.
She’s fun to place into vehicles such as starfighters and in play sets and looks great with vintage Jedi Luke. Praying we get a few Maul figures now
Love this figure, love Ahsoka---the closest thing so far to my 23 year-old dream of Kenner-style Prequel Era figures. The 2013 Saga Legends/Mission Series came close...but this line is evidence of how far off that one was.

I'm delighted with how she turned out, but if I could change one thing about her, it would be her eyes; from black to blue. There's Kenner precedent for it going all the way back to Chewie, after all!

This is great. When they release the new show, I really hope they release a toy line in retro. Rumor has it, some new live action characters from the animated series will be there.
Since the original release of Ahsoka seems to be going for anywhere between $3.99-$6.99 USD lately, or if you have an extra laying around, you can give Retro Ahsoka a couple of accessories that Hasbro hasn't yet given Ahsoka in this outfit in 3.75": her lightsaber hilts! Two quick slices from a pocket knife, a super-tiny bit of blu-tack to attach the hilts to her hips, and there you go: