Triple-Deck Specs

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The Triple-Deck Specs are headgear in Splatoon 3.

They are a 2-star item produced by Enperry and come with the primary ability Sub Power Up. They must first be unlocked through leveling up the Drizzle Season 2022 Catalog to level 100, then they can be purchased from Naut Couture for Cash 11,300. They can only be ordered from another player after being unlocked.

They can also be unlocked through leveling up the Drizzle Season 2023 Catalog to level 100.


The Triple-Deck Specs consist of three separate pairs of glasses of different styles: the uppermost pair has square lenses, has a tortoiseshell pattern and is larger than the rest. The middle pair is rounded and has a single lens that stretches across both sides and is wider at the center. The bottom pair is similar to the middle pair, except the frame is thicker and the lens narrows at the center. The bottom pair is the pair the goes over the wearers eyes, the other two simply rest on the players forehead. The frame of the middle pair matches the player's ink color, whereas the frame of the bottom pair matches the opposing team's ink color. The top pair does not change color.

Splatoon 3

Triple-Deck Specs
Triple-Deck Specs
Cash 11,300
Star power
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The Triple-Deck Specs comes with Sub Power Up as the primary ability when purchased from a shop or ordered from Murch. When purchased from SplatNet 3, it comes with any other primary ability normally available to Headgear. As a 2-star item, the Triple-Deck Specs comes with three additional slots for secondary abilities. The star level may be increased with Super Sea Snails for 1 (first), 1 (second), 5 (third), 10 (fourth), or 20 (fifth) Super Sea Snails per star, or by purchasing additional copies of it from Naut Couture for 10,000 (first), 30,000 (second), 50,000 (third), 100,000 (fourth), or 200,000 (fifth) Cash per star. Increasing the star level beyond 2 stars will increase the gear experience gained by a cumulative 3.333…% up to 10% additional experience at 5-star level. Since it is made by the Enperry gear brand, it has a higher chance of rolling Sub Power Up and a lower chance of rolling Ink Resistance Up to fill its secondary ability slots.



  • The Triple-Deck Specs's primary Ability (Sub Power Up) matches the favored Ability of its brand (Enperry). This is likely a developer oversight; the series as a rule avoids these combinations to make achieving maximum AP more difficult.
    • The only other pieces of gear to have this distinction are the Shivery Squidkid III and Retro BluFocals from Splatoon 3, as well as six items unintentionally sold on SplatNet 2 with matching Abilities; see that page for more details.
  • The Triple-Deck Specs seem to be based off of glasses worn as part of a costume made by the graffiti artist, rapper, and gothic futurist Rammellzee.[1] [2] [3]

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese サンサンサングラス[note 1]
San San Sangurasu
Three Sun Sunglasses
Netherlands Dutch Driedubbeldekkerbril Triple decker glasses
CanadaFrance French Lunettes 3-en-1 3-in-1 Glasses
Germany German Triple-Brille Triple Glasses
Italy Italian Occhiali tripli Triple glasses
Russia Russian Очки «Тройная 333ащита»[note 2]
Ochki «Troynaya ZZZashchita»
«Triple prot333ction» specs
SpainMexico Spanish Gafas triple protección Triple protection glasses
China Chinese (Simplified) 墨墨墨镜
mò mò mòjìng (Mandarin)
Ink Ink Sunglasses
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 墨墨墨鏡
mò mò mòjìng (Mandarin)
Ink Ink Sunglasses
South Korea Korean 선선선글라스
Same as Japanese

Translation notes

  1. "San" here is both a transliteration of the word "sun" and the Japanese word for "three".
  2. The Russian letter "З" "Z" used in the word "защита" "zashchita" ("protection") looks nearly identical to the digit "3".