Gear

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For the gear/equipment screen, see Equipment.
For the Splatfest, see Gear vs. Grub vs. Fun.

Gear is the combined form of headgear, clothing, and shoes that Inklings and Octolings can wear. Gear comes with various abilities that provide effects for the player in battle. Gear can be acquired in shops, through SplatNet 3, or through amiibo, ordered through Spyke or Murch, or by other means, depending on the item.

Each piece of gear has a brand and a star power that affects its abilities. Most brands have an increased likelihood of rolling a particular ability when a slot is unlocked, as well as a decreased likelihood of a different ability. Its stars affects how many ability slots a piece of gear has by default and the amount of experience required to unlock those slots.

Dress your Inkling in sweet gear, complete with bonus abilities that boost your stats.
Splatoon's official website: Inklings

Lists of gear

Splatoon

The following gear is available in Splatoon:

Splatoon 2

The following gear is available in Splatoon 2:

Splatoon 3

The following gear is available in Splatoon 3:

Shops

Shopping at Shella Fresh in Splatoon 2.

The primary source for gear is in shops. Shops include Booyah Base in Splatoon and the Galleria in Splatoon 2, both of which contain stores for headgear, clothing and shoes. Items purchased from shops will always have their default main ability and a default number of ability slots, but shops offer the lowest prices on gear items.

Shops sell gear for Cash. On any given calendar day, a shop will have a selection of items for sale. The items available will be selected at random from the pool of items that the player is eligible to buy. The items available in the shop cycle out at midnight according to the system clock (in Splatoon) or at midnight UTC (in Splatoon 2 and 3). The exact items a player is eligible to buy depends on their level.

Gear that is already owned cannot be purchased again from shops, unless they have been purchased from SplatNet 2 or ordered from Murch with a non-default ability. In Splatoon 3, duplicate gear can be bought to increase the currently owned gear's star power.

Splatoon

The following gear shops are found in Inkopolis Plaza:

Splatoon 2

The following gear shops are found in Inkopolis Square:

Splatoon 3

The following gear shops are found in Splatsville:

The following gear shops are found in Inkopolis Plaza in the Splatoon 3: Expansion Pass:

The following gear shops are found in Inkopolis Square in the Splatoon 3: Expansion Pass:

Ordering

Spyke and Murch

Ordering gear through Murch.

Gear can be ordered through Spyke and Murch. While interacting with other players in Inkopolis Plaza (Splatoon and Splatoon 3), Inkopolis Square (Splatoon 2 and Splatoon 3), or Splatsville (Splatoon 3), their gear can be ordered. After shop rotation, Spyke or Murch will have the next ordered item available for purchase.

Players can have up to three gear items ordered at a time, but only one order will be fulfilled each calendar day. The first item ordered will be the first order fulfilled. The items offered for purchase by Spyke or Murch may not have the same secondary abilities as the ordered gear item, and the price will be significantly more than the item would cost in its respective shop.

Any gear item(s) not collected from previous Season's catalogs in Splatoon 3 cannot be ordered until they have first been obtained from the Shell-Out Machine.

Most gear items from the following gear brands cannot be ordered:

The only exceptions are the four Cuttlegear clothing introduced in Splatoon 2 version 3.0.0, which appear in shops and can be ordered through Murch as standard gear:

In addition, the following individual gear items are exclusive promotions and cannot be ordered:

SplatNet 2

Ordering gear through SplatNet 2.

In Splatoon 2, players can use SplatNet 2 to order gear with main abilities not otherwise available for any given item. Gear ordered this way can immediately be purchased through Murch in-game.

Six gear items are available for order at a time. Every two hours, a new gear item is made available, and the oldest gear item is removed from the list. Only one gear item can be ordered from SplatNet 2 at a time: ordering a second item will cancel the order for the first one.

SplatNet 3

In Splatoon 3, players can use SplatNet 3 to order gear like with SplatNet 2. Unlike Splatnet 2, nine gear items are available for purchase at once. Six items with alternate abilities are available to purchase, adding a new one every four hours and removing one at the same time, and three gear items of a specific brand being offered each day through a feature known as The Daily Drop, updating at 00:00 UTC.

Promotional gear

Main article: Promotional gear

Promotional gear is gear released to promote various events and 3rd party collaborations. Many cannot be ordered through Murch, and some are region locked to Japan.

Adjusting gear

Main article: Adjust Gear

Statistics

Main article: Gear statistics

Renamed Gear

Certain pieces of gear have been renamed between games. These pieces of gear are:

  • The Legendary Cap from Splatoon was renamed to "Cap of Legend" from Splatoon 2 and onwards.
  • The Octoling Goggles from Splatoon were renamed to "Octoleet Goggles" from Splatoon 2 and onwards.
  • The Dots-On-Dots Shirt from Splatoon 2 was renamed to "Dots-on-Dots Shirt" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Eggplant Mountain Coat from Splatoon 2 was renamed to "Lemon Mountain Coat" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Front Zip Vest from Splatoon 2 was renamed to "Front-Zip Vest" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Octoling Armor from Splatoon was renamed to "Octoleet Armor" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Green Laceups from Splatoon 2 were renamed to "Green Lace-Ups" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Mint Dakroniks from Splatoon 2 were renamed to "Cyan Dakroniks" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Non-slip Senseis from Splatoon 2 were renamed to "Nonslip Senseis" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Polka-dot Slip-Ons from Splatoon 2 were renamed to "Polka-Dot Slip-Ons" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Punk Blacks from Splatoon 2 were renamed to "Punk Nights" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Red-Mesh Sneakers from Splatoon 2 were renamed to "Orange-Mesh Sneakers" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Soccer Cleats from Splatoon were renamed to "Soccer Shoes" from Splatoon 2 and onwards.
  • The Strapping Reds from Splatoon were renamed to "Red 3-Straps" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Strapping Whites from Splatoon were renamed to "White 3-Straps" in Splatoon 3.
  • The Octoling Boots from Splatoon were renamed to "Octoleet Boots" in Splatoon 3.

Similarly, certain pieces of gear which drastically differed in appearance depending on the player's selected gender in Splatoon 2 had their gender-exclusive variations split into two separate unisex gear pieces in Splatoon 3. This resulted in slight naming adjustments for the affected gear:

Gear that changed brand

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ギア
Gia
Gear
Netherlands Dutch Uitrusting Equipment
France French (NOE) Équipement Equipment
Germany German Ausrüstung Gear
Italy Italian Equipaggiamento Equipment
Russia Russian Снаряжение
Snar'ajenie
Equipment
China Chinese 装备[1]
zhuāng bèi
Gear
 Internal Gear[2]
Headgear
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese アタマ
Atama
Head
Netherlands Dutch Accessoires (Splatoon 2 & 3)
Hoofddeksels (Splatoon[3])
Accessories
Headgear
CanadaFrance French Accessoires Accessories
Germany German Kopf Head
Italy Italian Accessori Accessories
Russia Russian Аксессуары (Splatoon 2 & 3)
Aksessuari
Головной убор (Splatoon[4])
Golovnoy ubor
Accessories

Headdress
SpainMexico Spanish Accesorios Accessories
China Chinese (Simplified) 头部装备
tóubù zhuāngbèi (Mandarin)
Headgear
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 頭部裝備
tóubù zhuāngbèi (Mandarin)
Headgear
South Korea Korean 액세서리
aegseseoli
Accessories
Portugal Portuguese Acessórios[5] Accessories
 Internal L_BtnMap_06-T_Text_00[2] Headgear is a button label.
Clothing
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese フク
Fuku
Clothing
Netherlands Dutch Kleding Clothing
CanadaFrance French Vêtements Clothes
Germany German Kleidung Clothes
Italy Italian Vestiti Clothes
Russia Russian Одежда
Odejda
Clothes
SpainMexico Spanish Ropa Clothing
China Chinese (Simplified) 服装
fúzhuāng (Mandarin)
Clothing
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 服裝
fúzhuāng (Mandarin)
Clothing
South Korea Korean
os
Clothes
Portugal Portuguese Roupa[5] Clothing
 Internal L_BtnMap_07-T_Text_00[2] Clothing is a button label.
Shoes
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese クツ
Kutsu
Shoes
Netherlands Dutch Schoenen Shoes
CanadaFrance French Chaussures Shoes
Germany German Schuhe Shoes
Italy Italian Scarpe Shoes
Russia Russian Обувь
Obuv'
Shoes
SpainMexico Spanish Calzado Footwear
China Chinese 鞋子
xiézi (Mandarin)
Shoes
South Korea Korean 신발
sinbal
Shoes
Portugal Portuguese Calçado[5] Shoes
 Internal L_BtnMap_08-T_Text_00[2] Shoes is a button label.

See also

Notes

References