Cooler Heads sells hats, headbands, glasses, and other accessories that can be purchased with cash earned from multiplayer matches and amiibo challenges. Players can tilt to rotate their Inkling and click to try on the highlighted item, and pressing purchases this item. Pressing or allows players to enter Jelly Fresh and pressing or similarly allows them to enter Ammo Knights, while pressing takes players back to Inkopolis Plaza. displays further information about the selected item.
|“||Ahh... hello... Oh! I...I'm very sorry, but... Well, the thing is... I'm afraid we have... a sort of rule here, you see... We don't sell to people who aren't fresh enough... Maybe if you reach, say... Level 4... I might be able to help you then...? If you go to the Lobby, and play some, ermmm... Turf Wars...? That might help your level go up... (Moe: GET OUTTA HERE!)||”|
|“||Ahh...hello... Welcome to Cooler Heads... I hope you'll take a look around... All the gear here has, you know, abilities and stuff... If you want to know more, you could press [home] and look at the manual... If you... like... (Moe: LOSER ALERT!)||”|
|“||Oh, um...hello. (Moe: GIVE US YER CASH!)||”|
— Annie and Moe upon entering the shop
|“||Y-you'll buy it... ? [Confirm] Y-you'll equip it?||”|
— Annie during a purchase
|“||Thanks, um, a lot! Y-you know you can tap Equip on to swap out your gear, right? (Moe: YOU'LL BE BACK!)||”|
— Annie and Moe after purchase
|“||Ahhhh... I'm awfully sorry, but… it looks like you don't have quite enough money.. (Moe: YER BROKE!)||”|
— Annie and Moe on not enough money
A simplified version of the Designer Headphones seen through the window.
A Skalop promo in front of Cooler Heads.
The logos and a shopping bag for Cooler Heads, from The Art of Splatoon.
Names in other languages
|Whole-fish hall (okashira means "head and tail")|
|French||Kamatête||From the saying Je n'en fais qu'à ma tête (I only think to myself)|
|German||Tent-à-Tête||French for Tent-on-Head|
|Italian||Testa a posto||From the saying avere la testa a posto (have your head in place), being a good person.|
|Spanish||De Cabeza||Headlong; cabeza meaning "head"|
- Europe and Oceania