This Luke Skywalker in Dagobah Fatigues was released individually carded in the The Power Of The Force 2 toy line in 1996. Luke can be seen wearing this outfit while training with Yoda on Dagobah in The Empire Strikes Back.
The figure has swivel joints in the neck, shoulders, the waist and both legs. Unfortunately, the figure can only barely stand by itself, and you'll have to use a stand if you'd like to display it for longer than a few minutes. Kenner included the POTF2 typical bulky blaster, and a blue lightsaber, both of which Skywalker can hold tightly in either hand.
The paint job on Dagobah Luke is very simple, but where this figure really fails is in the sculpt. From the way the legs are positioned, to he overly bulky shoulders and the face sculpt, it all looks off. All in all, this Luke Skywalker in Dagobah Fatigues from 1996 was a nice try by Kenner back then, but it is entirely outdated from head to toe compared with modern figures.
Galactic history is full of heroic Jedi Knights, protectors of peace and users of the force. Perhaps none were as influential as Luke Skywalker, a young Tatooine farmboy who was heir to a legacy of dark and light.