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Thorin Oakenshield

Sixth Scale Figure by Asmus Collectible Toys The Hobbit Series


Limit of 2 per person.

Asmus Collectible Toys Thorin Oakenshield Sixth Scale Figure

About This Sixth Scale Figure

Sideshow and Asmus Toys are proud to present the Thorin Oakenshield Sixth Scale Figure! 

Thorin is the leader of the Company of Dwarves who aim to reclaim the Lonely Mountain from Smaug the Dragon. He is the son of Thráin II, grandson of Thrór, and becomes King of Durin's Folk during their exile from Erebor.  Thorin is quite tall for a dwarf. He shares the greed of his family, though he values the welfare of others as well.

Fans of The Hobbit, don't miss your chance to add Thorin Oakenshield to your collection.

What's in the Box?

The Thorin Oakenshield Sixth Scale Collectible Figure features:

  • An authentic and detailed fully realistic likeness of Thorin from The Hobbit 
  • Asmus Toys DWF 1.0 male body
  • Approximately 25 cm tall
  • Over 32 points of articulation
  • Six (6) interchangeable hands including:
    - One (1) pair of relaxed posture hands 
    - One (1) pair of weapon holding hands
    - One (1) pair of fist posture hands


  • One (1) textured fur wrap coat
  • One (1) dark blue vest
  • One (1) pair of long underpants with stitched pattern
  • One (1) patterned armoring tunic
  • One (1) long sleeve underwear
  • One (1) pair of two parted boots (enhanced ankle joints)
  • One (1) pair of Thorin’s wrist bands


  • One (1) Orcirst (metal)
  • One (1) one dwarf sword
  • One (1) Oakenshield


  • One (1) Asmus Toys figure stand

Additional Details & Dimensions

Product Size
Height: 9.84" (249.94 mm) | *
Box Size
Height: 6.00" (152.4 mm) | Width: 11.00" (279.4 mm) | Depth: 15.00" (381 mm) | *
Dimensional Weight
5.00 lbs (2.27 kg) [Intl. 6.00 lbs (2.72 kg)] *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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