The Legend of Zelda’s Urbosa Statue Has Hot Abs And High Heels


Got a thing for Breath of the Wild‘s Urbosa? Me, too! It’s the abs, man! Something about the powerful Gerudo women hits the right spot. If you’re looking to create an altar for these physically fit specimens, you can own a statue of the Divine Beast pilot, thanks to the artists at First4Figures.

Urbosa is made of PVC and stands 11.2″ tall or two-and-a-half soda cans high atop her light-up base. The lighting effect has two modes, either static or pulsating [heh]. There are no interchangeable parts with this statue. She’s just going to stand there, looking over her shoulder at you.

The base, thankfully, has a rechargeable battery and an included USB-C cable. The Legend of Zelda Urbosa statues are limited editions, with each one being individually numbered. How limited? Well, First4Figures has not said yet. Right now, the edition size is listed as “TBD.” The statue can be pre-ordered for $139.99, but the $10 off early bird pricing ends on November 25th. The expected release date for Urbosa is during the first quarter of 2023.


First 4 Figures proudly presents Gerudo Champion and pilot of the Divine Beast Vah Naboris: Urbosa! She is brought to life with stunning detail in this high-quality PVC statue. Her dynamic pose makes her appear in mid-twirl, with her skirt and hair flowing free. The base’s design features the Sheikah Eye symbol, consistent with the other statues in the First 4 Figures The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild lineup.

Here’s what you get in the box with Urbosa:

●Two (2) Light-up LED modes (Static and Animated) for the base
●Limited edition numbering on the bottom of the base and packaging
●Authentication Card
●Rechargeable battery with USB-C Cable
What do you think of this latest collectible based on Nintendo’s latest Zelda game? Below let us know your thoughts and comments.
[Source: First4Figures]

Mike Phalin

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