Savi’s Workshop Merchandise finally comes to Galaxy’s Edge

Savi’s Workshop is more of an experience than a merchandise location, but the show has finally gotten some much-deserved merchandise! In typical Savi’s fashion though, you won’t find the selection of pins, patches, and t-shirts available at the scrap counter. You’ll have to hunt for it. Just a little. You can find the new Savi’s Workshop merchandise at Jewels of Bith in the Market.

Pin and Patch Collection

The highlight of the new Savi’s Workshop merchandise is the pin and patch sets themed around the four lightsaber themes available at the workshop. Each set comes with a patch that matches the original pin designs you receive as part of the building experience and a Savi’s Workshop logo pin.

The color of the pin is specific to the set:

  • Green for Elemental Nature
  • Purple for Protection and Defense
  • Blue for Peace and Justice
  • Red for Power and Control.

Each set is $27.99 and is discountable.

Force Wielder T-Shirts

Two new t-shirts were also released at Jewels of Bith. Both feature the Savi’s Workshop logo as well as the lightsaber theme images also featured in the patches. Both shirts are 100% cotton and very soft and light, unlike make “souvenir” shirts you find throughout the park. The shirts are $36.99 each and are discountable.

The men’s/unisex style shirt has a large Savi’s logo on the front, with “Force Wielder” on the back above the saber crests. The bright suns of Batuu make the shirt look grey, but it’s more of a light tan with brown graphics.

The women’s cut shirt is a dark brown (but looks purple under Batuu’s twin suns) and features the “Force Wielder” wording on the front and the Savi’s Workshop logo on the back.

Why Force Wielder?

If you’re wondering where the “Force Wielder” term comes from, look no further than Dok-Ondar’s. Dok has long sold a lightsaber carrying case with aurebesh writing on it. This differs from the free case you receive as part of the Savi’s experience. The writing on the Dok’s case says “Force Wielder,” so the new Savi’s Workshop merchandise picks up on that theme.

Adam Soucie
Adam has been a Star Wars fan for as long as he can remember, dating back to watching the original trilogy on VHS and collecting his first action figures with the Power of the Force launch in 1995. His favorite character is Kanan Jarrus, and his favorite piece of Star Wars is the Rebels animated series.