Lego Star Wars Star Wars Lego 75322 Lego

Ah, Hoth. The frozen tundra that saw one of the most iconic battles in the Star Wars universe. And at the forefront of that battle were the towering AT-AT walkers, moving slowly but surely towards the scrappy band of rebels. But did you know that the Empire also deployed smaller, more manoeuvrable AT-STs on that icy battlefield? With their agile legs and powerful blasters, these machines posed a serious threat to anyone foolish enough to underestimate them. And now, with replicas available to collectors and enthusiasts alike, including the LEGO Star Wars Hoth AT-ST, you too can have your own piece of Hoth history. Whether you display it on your shelf or pit it against your rebel action figures, the Hoth AT-ST is the perfect addition to any Star Wars collection.

Set Details

Introducing LEGO® set 75322, the first-ever model of its kind for Star Wars fans. Perfect for recreating the high-tempo action in The Empire Strikes Back during the Battle of Hoth, this remarkable toy features an opening cockpit with a hatch and roof for minifigure access. Adding to the immersion, the AT-ST model also includes a wheel-operated rotating head, 2 spring-loaded shooters, and posable legs. It’s a great gift for discerning young kids of 9 or older, comprising 3 LEGO® Star Wars minifigures with weapons – Chewbacca, Hoth AT-ST Pilot, and Hoth Rebel Trooper – as well as an Imperial Probe Droid LEGO® minifigure.

Model Name Hoth AT-ST
Model Number 75322
Theme Star wars
Sub Themes Episode V
Pieces 586
Minifigures 4
Launch Date January 2022
Current Status Last Chance to Buy in the US
Date Retired N/A
RRP $49.99

Investment Potential

The LEGO Star Wars Episode V sub theme has been outstanding for many years with over 44 sets across 23 years. It has produced some of the very best Star Wars sets to build and certainly invest in. The set technically retired in 2023 but is still available on Amazon for $49.99 and we think this will make a strong investment in the years to come.

Launch RRP $49.99
Price Per Piece 9c
Launch Price per piece 9c
5th Year Value $88
Percentage Increase 76%
Expected Annual Growth 12%
Theme Growth 12%
Sub Theme Growth 12%

Theme Analysis

We have a large sample of sets across the LEGO Star Was Episode V theme which is very much in line with the overall Star Wars theme, both returning average annualised growth of 12%. We have looked at some of the most iconic sets in this series including LEGO Star Wars Motorized Walking AT-AT (10178) which has increased in value by 389% since retiring in 2010 (14% annualised growth) and LEGO Star Wars TIE Bomber (4479) which has increased in value by over 500% since retiring in 2005 (10% annualised growth).

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
6212 X-wing Fighter July 2011 £46 £99 115% 7%
10178 Motorized Walking AT-AT December 2010 £90 £440 389% 14%
4479 TIE Bomber April 2005 £28 £171 510% 10%
8129 AT-AT Walker December 2011 £92 £202 119%

Comparable Set Analysis

As always, we wanted to take a closer look at more comparable sets. We looked at LEGO Hoth Attack, LEGO Battle of Hoth, LEGO Hoth Echo Base and Hoth Wampa Cave. The average annualised growth for these was even better at 13% so slightly outperformed the overall theme. The pick of these were LEGO Hoth Attack (75138) which has nearly tripled in price since retirement in 2016 (18% annualised growth) and LEGO Star Wars Battle of Hoth (75014) which has tripled in value since retiring in 2013 (13% annualised growth).

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75138 Hoth Attack December 2016 £20 £58 191% 18%
75014 Battle of Hoth December 2013 £40 £123 207% 13%
7879 Hoth Echo Base December 2013 £92 £175 90% 7%
8089 Hoth Wampa Cave December 2011 £36 £116 223% 11%


From the ever-popular theme LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Hoth AT-ST is a set that for a minimal outlay could offer significant returns in the coming years. It technically retired at the end of 2023 but you can still pick them up on Amazon if you’re quick, where sales demand has been not surprisingly strong!!