The Lob-Stars Jersey is a piece of clothing in the Splatoon series.
It is a 2-star item produced by Tentatek and comes with the primary ability Sub Power Up. It can be purchased from Ye Olde Cloth Shoppe for 4,650 or from SplatNet Gear Shop for 9,300.
The Lob-Stars Jersey is a blue and yellow basketball uniform. The jersey is primarily blue, with thick yellow stripes on the sides, as well as an arm-warmer on the left arm that changes depending on the player's ink color. The front of the jersey has a logo with text and a blue lobster claw, which is most likely the team logo for the Lob-Stars. To the lower left of the logo is a yellow number (supposedly the number 34) written in Inkling text, which also appear on the back of the jersey. Further towards the lower left is a black and white Tentatek tag. To the upper right of the Lob-Stars logo is a black, red, and white logo of two squids, likely meant for a basketball league. Around the right elbow is a blue sweatband with a light blue Tentatek logo on it.
The Lob-Stars Jersey comes with Sub Power Up as the primary ability when purchased from shop or ordered from Murch. When purchased from SplatNet 2, it can have any other primary ability normally available to Clothing (with the exception of Ability Doubler). As a 2-star item, the Lob-Stars Jersey comes with two additional slots for secondary abilities, which may be increased to a maximum of three slots with a Super Sea Snail for each slot. Since it is made by the Tentatek brand, it has a higher chance of rolling Ink Recovery Up and a lower chance of rolling Quick Super Jump to fill its secondary ability slots.
Names in other languages
|French (NOE)||Maillot des LobStars||Lob-Stars shirt|
|Italian||Canotta Aragostars||Aragostars tank top[note 1]|
|Spanish (NOA)||C.B. Crustáceos||Basketball Club:Crustaceans|
|Spanish (NOE)||Basketball los Cigalas||Crayfish basketball|
- "Aragostars" comes from "aragosta" (lobster) and 'stars'
Clothing in Splatoon 2
- https://twitter.com/rassicas/status/1461225118345035776?s=20 Splatoon 2 x Tower Records exhibition.