Discover the best Lego Star Wars helmets that credits can buy ahead of Cyber Monday. Helmets are a fairly recent addition to the Lego Star Wars line and here you'll find the very best the market has to offer.
Fan favorites like Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Princess Leia and more have helmets that feature in our guide below. With Black Friday finished and Cyber Monday in full swing, now is a great time to be looking for the Best Lego Star Wars helmets as there's a good chance you'll find them for a lower price. If you don't manage to find something you like below, our guides for the best Lego Star Wars sets, best Lego Marvel sets or best Lego space sets will be worth checking out.
Regardless of where your allegiance lies, whether it be with the Imperial Empire or the Rebel Alliance, there's a Lego Star Wars helmet for everyone. There's now a huge range of models available and they're usually aimed at adult or older builders and typically come in at a lower price point, which makes them ideal for display.
We've split this guide up into categories, so navigation is easier, and so you can see what's currently available but also what's currently available and what's been discontinued. Discontinued doesn't mean unavailable though, as you can still get them from resellers, but sometimes at a higher price. Below, you'll find all the best Lego Star Wars helmets this Cyber Monday and yes, these are the Lego Star Wars helmets you're looking for.
The quick list
"When have I ever let you down."
Everyone's favorite Clone Wars veteran has been immortalized in Lego, with this striking model of his distinctive yellow accented helmet.
Price: $69.99 / £59.99
Model number: 75350
Number of pieces: 766
"This is the way"
An absolute must have for fans of The Mandalorian, this helmet set perfectly captures the iconic look of Din Djarin's beskar helmet. Grogu not included.
Model number: 75328
"Someone who loves you."
Quite an obscure choice, but Leia's bounty hunter disguise when she rescues Han has ended up being one of our favorite Lego helmets yet.
Model number: 75349
“Experience outranks everything.”
Thanks to its fantastic blue accents, Captain Rex's helmet is one of the more striking Lego helmets in the collection. Just don't put him near any clankers.
Model number: 75349
"Red Five standing by."
Unique among the Lego Star Wars helmets, the Red Five helmet has tons of cool details like the transparent orange visor and earpiece. The build can be fiddly, but it's worth it.
Model number: 75327
"I find your lack of faith disturbing."
Discover the power of the dark side with this excellent rendition of Star Wars' most infamous villain. If you're an original trilogy die-hard, you need this.
Model number: 75304
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"A real skank in the scud pie."
Another one for the Mando fans in the house, this set recreates the menacing stare of Moff Gideon's Dark troopers. Just keep it away from Luke Skywalker, he has a habit of trashing these things.
Model number: 75343
"He's no good to me dead."
Much like the man himself, the Boba Fett helmet is retired, but you can still find it at some retailers. You'll pay a hefty bounty for one though.
Original retail price: $69.99/£59.99
Current value (based on Bricklink): $100/£80
Model number: 75304
“Stop that ship! Blast ‘em!”
Almost as iconic as Vader himself, the stormtrooper helmet looks fantastic in Lego form. This set was retired in December 2021, so they're tough to find.
Original retail price: $59.99/£54.99
Current value (based on Bricklink): $172/£140
Model number: 75276
"Look, over there, stop him!"
Sleek, tactical, refined - for the stormtrooper on the go. The scout trooper helmet from Return of the Jedi is another classic design that is now sadly discontinued and very hard to find.
Original retail price: $49.99/£44.99
Current value (based on Bricklink): $62/£50
Model number: 75305
"Here they come!"
The TIE pilot helmet isn't super recognizable, but it's a very cool design regardless thanks to those distinctive respirator tubes, This set was discontinued in 2021, so expect to pay top dollar for it.
Original retail price: $59.99/£54.99
Current value (based on Bricklink): $310/£250
Model number: 75274
Best Lego Star Wars helmets currently available
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These are the Lego Star Wars helmets still widely available from Lego stores and other third-party retailers. You'll find pricing - and current deals - listed on each item below.
Clone Commander Cody
It's hard to find fault with the Lego Star Wars Clone Commander Cody Helmet. Sure, like Captain Rex, you could say it's a little too similar to a regular Stormtrooper. But this one has a multitude of details to set it apart. There's the fantastic bright orange highlights, for example, and the carefully-constructed plume on the head. The helmet itself is also uniquely shaped, perfectly replicating the real Clone Commander Cody's armor.
We can't even complain the set about having too many stickers: sure, there's a couple, but they aren't front-and-center. Ultimately, Clone Commander Cody is a wonderful addition to any Lego Star Wars helmets collection: it's undoubtedly one of the best released so far.
- Read our full Lego Star Wars Clone Commander Cody Helmet review.
Looking at the Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet, you can almost hear Din Djarin’s gruff but lovable voice coming out of it. All it’s missing is a little Grogu peering over its shoulder, but we can’t have everything.
It’s perhaps a bit unexciting in its color choices, but it does accurately represent The Mandalorian’s real armour. And accents of shiny silver bricks running across the top of the helmet and above the visor really do wonders to add a pop of detail. Building The Mandalorian Helmet won’t take you much longer than an hour, which isn’t a huge amount of time for a $70 set, but you’ll be left with a model you’re proud to display in your home.
- This is the way... to our Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Helmet review.
Princess Leia (Boushh)
Remember the scene in Return of the Jedi where Princess Leia has to sneak into Jabba the Hutt's palace? Well, this Boushh helmet is what she wore during that scene. It might not be as iconic as, say, Luke Skywalker's Red Five helmet or Darth Vader's, then, but don't let that put you off: this is one of our favorite Lego Star Wars helmets so far thanks to how unique it is.
The building process is completely different from any other, making this an engaging and fun experience. And the finished model is fantastic: it looks just like the real thing, and packs in so many great little details.
- Read our full Lego Star Wars Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet review to see why it's worth adding to your collection.
Since he first stepped foot onto our screens in 1977, Darth Vader has become an icon of not only Star Wars, but cinema as a whole. One of the most iconic outfits and helmets of all time, it’s only natural that Darth Vader has received many Lego recreations. This Lego Star Wars set captures his helmet well, but there’s a bit of a problem. While Darth Vader’s helmet is legendary, it’s almost entirely black which makes it a bit of a boring build, and also somewhat confusing.
Although it’s repetitive and a bit dull to build, when it’s finished it does look very regal. Positioning the Lego Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet next to the others in the Star Wars build-to-display series would make for a fantastic, well, display. Don’t believe us? We find your lack of faith disturbing.
- Head to our Lego Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet review to find out more.
Luke Skywalker (Red Five)
The Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet stands out from the crowd because, unlike the rest of the Lego Star Wars helmet collection, it's not got a full mask. This helmet is actually hollow, but rather than detract from the aesthetic, it adds to it.
It's not quite perfect: the shape of the visor of the helmet isn't exactly right compared with Luke's helmet from the movie. But it's hardly a big complaint, and doesn't detract from how excellent this set looks. We particularly love that it features a variety of unique printed pieces - a rarity amongst these helmets.
- Read our full Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet review.
If you've already got the (now discontinued) Lego Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet, you might be a little put off Captain Rex: the two are very similar in their construction, after all. But Captain Rex's unique blue accents really make this helmet stand out.
It's an excellent build - and it's also the biggest Star Wars helmet in terms of piece count currently available. So: not only does it look fantastic, but it also offers excellent value for money. Definitely one of the best Lego Star Wars helmets you can currently pick up.
- Read our full Lego Star Wars Captain Rex Helmet review.
Dark Troopers are perhaps the most fearsome-looking of all Imperial battle droids - and it's safe to say that Lego has perfectly captured that ferocity in its design of the Lego Star Wars Dark Trooper helmet. It's a little smaller than most other helmets, thanks to the shape of the Dark Trooper's armor.
It's also perhaps not the most engaging build thanks to being nothing but a sea of black bricks. But that can't be helped when the result is an authentic replica of an actual Dark Trooper helmet. The red eyes - which appear to glow when the light catches them just right - really finishes this display piece off.
- Read our full Lego Star Wars Dark Trooper Helmet review.
Retired Lego Star Wars Helmets
In this section, you'll find a round-up of all Lego Star Wars helmets that have been discontinued. Lego sets don't last forever, and these have all been retired into the archives.
Don't worry, though: they're still available from resellers and, if you're lucky, perhaps a third-party retailer. But be prepared to pay a premium: Lego sets generally go up in value once they've been retired.
Lego Star Wars Boba Fett was part of the first wave of Lego helmets to come along back in 2020. First to come, and one of the first to go, as Boba Fett is now retired. It's still a sought-after helmet, thanks to its iconic design and fantastic colour scheme.
This is a robust set that makes a wonderful display piece - but if it's not already in your collection you'll have to pay a premium to pick it up.
- See our Lego Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet review for a closer look
Is there anything more iconic in the Star Wars universe than a Stormtrooper? We'd argue probably not, and that's what makes the Lego Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet one of the best in the series. Sure, it might be rather monochromatic, but it's faithful to the original Stormtrooper design and still manages to pack in a lot of detail and texture.
Clever building techniques mean it's a fun build, too. It's just a shame that if you want to pick it up now, you're going to have to pay way more than RRP.
Considering the Lego Star Wars Scout Trooper Helmet is the smallest of all the helmets released so far, it's not really surprising that this set hasn't gained much value since retiring.
It's not the most inspiring looking helmet either, although perhaps that's a flaw of the Scout Trooper armor design rather than the Lego set itself. But next to the Stormtrooper Helmet, this looks a little blocky and basic. Still, if you're looking to complete your collection, at least picking this one up won't break the bank.
TIE Fighter Pilot
The first Lego Star Wars helmet to be retired from store shelves, the Lego Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet is now one of the most valuable. According to Bricklink valuations, if you've got a new one of these laying around, it's now worth an average of $310/£250. Phew! That's quite a leap over its $60/£55 RRP.
It's a shame the TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet didn't stay around for very long, because it's one of the most unique Lego Star Wars helmets around. Its tubing detail makes it stand out - as does its printed round plates on the head. Those two pieces alone are likely the reason this set is so expensive to pick up second-hand: those pieces were specially created for the TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet and can't be found anywhere else.