Han Solo (Hoth Outfit)

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FIGURE GUIDE: OVERVIEW

Above you can see a group shot of nearly all important vintage Han Solo (Hoth Outfit) variants. First row is PBP figures, second row Kader plus POCH and third row Unitoy and Smile. I will go into deeper detail each group below:

COO Family I:

Unitoy / Kader China

Above you can see following variants (left to right):

  • Unitoy with very light brown pants/boots
  • Unitoy with light brown pants/boots (No Coo)
  • Unitoy with greenish brown pants/boots
  • Unitoy with grey-brown pants/boots
  • Unitoy with dark grey-brown pants/boots

 

Whilst the Unitoy figures came with blue M2 or M3 Rebel Blaster, the No Coo was usually paired with a black-blue M5 Rebel Blaster. Jamie Acott wrote:Family I 1b/2b the moulds travelled from Unitoy to Kader to produce the Made in China MOCS (65B onwards) and Made in China Baggies. It is interesting to note that they were almost exclusively paired with a blue/black Kader blaster rather than the usual blue.”

COO Family II:

Smile

Above you can see following variants (left to right):

  • Smile
  • Smile No Coo, different spray mask for the eyes

 

All Smile figures came with blue M1 Rebel Blaster.

COO Family III:

Kader / POCH / PBP

Above you can see following variants (left to right):

  • Kader moulded brown legs with blue paint on it (also see Mould-Color Variants)
  • Kader with light brown painted pants/boots
  • Kader with brown painted pants/boots and pink face
  • POCH with Kader Coo and greenish brown pants/boots
  • POCH with Kader Coo and chocolate brown pants/boots
 

They usually were paired with blue M5 Rebel Blaster.

Above you can see following variants (left to right):

  • POCH with Kader Coo and greenish brown pants/boots
  • POCH with Kader Coo and chocolate brown pants/boots pinkish face
  • POCH with Kader Coo and chocolate brown pants/boots face variant in colour and eye spray mask.

 

POCH figures are often poorly sonic welded. As you can see above the example to the left can be completely disassembled. The right example is only poorley welded to the upper torso half. Please be carefull on those when trying to disassemble: The torso halves are often very brittle and can break very easily.

Above you can see following variants (left to right):

  • PBP (Kader No Coo) so called violet/lilac torso with pale creme face.
  • PBP (Kader No Coo) white face
  • PBP (Kader No Coo) white face with little pink sprayed over it
  • PBP (Kader No Coo) white face with much pink sprayed over it
  • PBP (Kader No Coo) pure pink face (no white underneath)

 

Those PBP Han Hoth figures mainly appeared with black-blue M7 Imperial Blasters.

Similar to POCH (early PBP) the PBP produced figures can be also poorley welded. Above and below you can see two PBP so called violet/lilac torso variants with pale creme face. Left one is poorly welded whilst the figure to the right is firmly sonic welded.