The Stealth Goggles are headgear in Splatoon and Splatoon 2.
In Splatoon, they are a 3-star item produced by Forge and come with the primary ability Swim Speed Up. They can be purchased from Cooler Heads for 9,800.
In Splatoon 2, they are a 3-star item produced by Forge and come with the primary ability Swim Speed Up. They can be purchased from Headspace for 9,800 or from SplatNet Gear Shop for 14,700.
The Stealth Goggles are a pair of night-vision goggles which consist of a front-mounted black dual scope with green lenses in front of a pair of goggles with a single orange lens and olive-colored rims. They are worn with a modern military helmet with a subtle camouflage pattern that changes to match the color of the wearer's Ink and a dark brown chinstrap keeping it in place. On the back of the helmet are three subtle marks that somewhat resemble a face with closed eyes.
Equipping the Stealth Goggles appears to remove the wearer's eyes. This can be seen if looked closely enough at the right angle.
The Stealth Goggles come with Swim Speed Up as a main ability. As a 3-star item, the Stealth Goggles have three additional slots for secondary abilities. Since they are made by the Forge brand, they have a higher chance of rolling Special Duration Up and a lower chance of rolling Ink Saver (Sub) to fill their secondary ability slots.
The Stealth Goggles come with Swim Speed Up as a main ability when purchased from shop or ordered from Murch. When purchased from SplatNet 2, they can have any other Ability normally available to Headgear. As a 3-star item, the Stealth Goggles have three additional slots for secondary abilities. Since they are made by the Forge brand, they have a higher chance of rolling Special Power Up and a lower chance of rolling Ink Saver (Sub) to fill their secondary ability slots.
- The Stealth Goggles had been in the data files of Splatoon since the original release and were seen in Sunken Scroll 18, but were not made available until Version 2.0.0. Prior to their addition, they were flatter and their icon used their green variant instead of blue.
A male Inkling wearing the Stealth Goggles.
Official art of an Inkling wearing the Stealth Goggles, holding a Custom Dual Squelcher.
Sunken Scroll 18, with the early version of the Stealth Goggles at the lower left.
Names in other languages
|Dutch||Nachtkijker||Night vision device|
|French||Casque vision nocturne||Night vision helmet|
|German||Nachtsichtgerät||Night vision device|
|Italian||Casco a infrarossi||Infrared Headgear|
Headgear in Splatoon
Headgear in Splatoon 2