Seahorse Shoreliner

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The Seahorse Shoreliner is a piece of clothing in Splatoon 3.
In Splatoon 3, it is a 1-star item produced by Krak-On and comes with the primary ability Special Saver. It can be purchased from Man-o'-Wardrobe for Cash 3,800 or from SplatNet 3 Shop for Cash 7,600.


The Seahorse Shoreliner is a cream guayabera with dark brown buttons. It has two vertical, beige rows with a seahorse pattern running through the front, along with four buttoned pockets and two smaller, reversed ones at the bottom of the shirt.

Splatoon 3

Seahorse Shoreliner
Seahorse Shoreliner
Cash 3,800
SplatNet 3
Cash 7,600


The Seahorse Shoreliner comes with Special Saver as the primary ability when purchased from shop or ordered from Murch. As a 1-star item, the Seahorse Shoreliner comes with two additional slots for secondary abilities. The star level may be increased with a Super Sea Snail, or by purchasing additional copies of it from Man-o'-Wardrobe for 10,000 (first), 30,000 (second), 50,000 (third), 100,000 (fourth), or 200,000 (fifth) Cash per star. Increasing the star level to 1 or 2 stars will also add another secondary ability slot to the Seahorse Shoreliner. Increasing the star level beyond 2 stars will increase the gear experience gained by the Seahorse Shoreliner by a cumulative 3.333...% up to 10% additional experience at five-star level. Since it is made by the Krak-On brand, it has a higher chance of rolling Swim Speed Up and a lower chance of rolling Sub Resistance Up to fill its secondary ability slot.


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese タツノコキューバ
tatsunoko kyūba
Seahorse Cuba
Netherlands Dutch Zeepaardjesoverhemd Seahorse shirt
France French (NOE) Chemisette hippo Hippo shirt
Russia Russian Рубашка «Мой конек»
Rubashka «Moy konyok»
«My strong point» shirt[note 1]

Translation notes

  1. The phrase "мой конёк" "moy konyok" (my strong point) literally translates as "my horse", and the word "конёк" is a part of "морской конёк" "morskoy konyok" (seahorse).