In total, there are 64 different wearables for Link, but these have been divided into 2 separate categories. There are 35 different armor choices and 29 choices for clothing. These wearables include accessories as well, from Earring to Circlets. Below you can check out what all of the outfits look like and where to find each of them.
- The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom features a total of 64 outfits for Link to change through.
- Out of the 64 total armor pieces or cosmetic outfits, there are 35 armor sets and 29 Clothing sets.
- Acquiring each outfit has its own unique method, but there are 3 distinct ways to get outfits.
- Purchase an outfit from a General store. If available to purchase, stores are listed for each product in their description.
- Complete a quest for the complete outfit, or find all 3 pieces during a quest.
- Find the 3 different pieces at 3 separate locations on the map.
- Armor sets provide full body coverage and can be usually upgraded.
- Clothing pieces are usually single pieces that cannot be upgraded.
- Clothing pieces are mostly kept for cosmetic purposes.
- The Ancient Hero’s Aspect armor set can only be collected after finding all 152 Shrines.
- Outfits can be purchased from shops such as Fangs & Bone shop, Monster Part Merchant, and East Wind.
- Certain outfits will be discounted if players complete certain missions.
This armor set will increase Link’s swimming speed. To acquire this, there are a few steps. The first part of this is found during the “Sidon Of The Zora” main quest. The chest piece will be yours when after completing the “Restoring the Zora armor” main quest. The penultimate piece is the Greaves, which can be found in the “A Token of Friendship” side quest, and the final piece is the Helm. That can be found in the side quest called “A Never-Ending Lecture.”
After finding all of the pieces, you will have found the complete Zora Greaves Armor Set.
The Desert Voe armor set is all in one spot, and to find this, players will have to make their way to Gerudo Town. In said town, navigate to the Gerudo Secret Club, where the Desert Voe armor will be found.
This armor will increase Link’s Heat resistance, and now Link will be able to be in much hotter conditions.
To get their hands on this armor, players will have to hike up to a cave just above the Teniten Shrine. The exact coordinates for the location of this armor are -0057, -1005, and 0019.
The Rubber armor set improves Shock Resistance and essentially makes Link resistant to Lightning, an irresistible quality to have in clothing.
The Stealth armor set is something that can be bought rather than having to work for. It is available to purchase at a store called East Wind, but the price is not at all low, available for 5000 Rupees! Completing the quest will knock down the price by more than half!
Equipping this set of armor will improve Link’s stealth ability, as the name suggests, and also improve the night speed for Link.
The Climber’s gear is divided into 3 different pieces, and players will have to find all 3 to have the full set.
- The first piece is the Chest armor which can be found inside the North Hyrule Plain Cave. The coordinates for this location are -1187, 0641, 0072.
- The second piece is the Bandana which is found in the Ploymous Mountain Cave at the coordinates 3367, 0539, and 0272.
- The Climbing boots are at the Upland Zorana Byroad, which can be found at the coordinates 2860, 0349, and 0227.
- Equipping the complete Climber’s set will allow Link to have improved climbing ability, allowing him to climb at a quicker rate.
This Tears of the Kingdom outfit is available to purchase in a store called Brazen Break, located in Rito Village. The price for this is 2500 rupees for the full set, but you can purchase the items separately if you want.
Having the Snowquill Tears of the Kingdom Outfit equipped will improve Links Cold Resistance. It will help retain body heat, all the while allowing free body movement to do all desired tasks.
This armor set is available to purchase at the armor store in Goron City, and the price is not as bad. The Helm will cost 1400 Rupees, the Chest armor 700 Rupees, and the Boots 1200 Rupees.
This armor equipped will allow Link to defend himself from Fire, as the whole suit acts as a Flame Guard, making him completely immune.
This Tears of the Kingdom outfit is once again divided into 3 separate locations, and players will have to scavenge to find all 3. The Chest Piece can be found at the coordinates 0486, 0730, and 0041.
- The Helm is present at the Robred Dropoff Cave, and this can be found at the coordinates 2495, -1483, and 0014.
- The final piece is the Leg Wraps, these can be found east of Hateno Village in a cave.
- The exact coordinates are 3932, -2073, and 0127.
- The Leg Wraps will be encased in ice, so make sure you have the necessary equipment to melt through.
- Wearing this armor will boost Link’s attacking power and improve his fighting spirit.
The Phantom armor set can be found in the Tamino Stream Downstream Cave, and wearing this armor set will boost Link’s power stats, resulting in a better attack.
To get their hands on the Evil Spirit armor set, players will have to complete 3 different labyrinths laid out around Hyrule. Completing each of these will grant Link one piece of armor.
To get their hands on the Dark Tears of the Kingdom Outfit, players will have to complete a quest. The specific quest is called “A Call From The Depths.” When Link wears this outfit, he will transform into Dark Link and will move at a quicker rate during the night.
Finding the Fierce Deity armor set has its own mission, and once that has been completed, players will have found the complete set. The mission is called “Misko’s Treasure: A Fierce Deity.”
Equipping this outfit helps improve Link’s attack power.
The Glide Tears of the Kingdom outfit has been divided into 3 separate locations, and players will have to collect it piece by piece. The first piece is the Glide shirt, which can be found on Sky Island northwest of the Central Hyrule Sky. The exact coordinates for this shirt are -2400, 0824, and 0615.
- To get the Glide Tights, players will have to make their way to a Sky Island in North Hyrule Sky Archipelago, bearing coordinates 0176, 1988, and 0758.
- The Head Piece is found on Valor Island, and the exact coordinates for this are 4459, -821, and 1114.
- This armor set has one of the most useful abilities, as it improves Links Skydive Mobility, allowing him to navigate through the air easily.
This set is also divided into 3 separate locations. The Yiga Chest armor can be found in the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab. The Yiga Mask is in the Yiga Camp at the Great Plateau, and the final Yiga Tights can be found in the Yiga Clan Maritta Branch.
This helps boost Link’s stealth capabilities.
Set Of Awakening
This armor set is purely cosmetic and serves no purpose. It is also divided into 3 treasure chests at separate locations. The mask is in the Thundra Plateau at the Hyrule Ridge, the Tunic in the Ancient Columns at the Tabantha Frontier. The final piece is the Tights which are at the Coliseum Ruins in the Hyrule Fields.
The Zonaite Shin Guards can be found at the coordinates 4490, 2103, and 1155. The second piece is the Helm, which is at the coordinates 3687, 1060, and 1787. Finally, the Waistguard is at 2424, 1675, and 1475.
Wearing this helps improve the efficiency of Zonaite devices, if any.
To find the Miner Tears of the Kingdom outfit, players must visit the Great Abandoned Central Mine. The suit is divided into 3 pieces, all of which reside here. This outfit provides a very cool-looking glowing effect.
Set Of The Depths
Acquiring this will require users to complete the quest “A Call From The Depths.” During the quest, players will be given all 3 pieces for this outfit. This not only looks cool but also provides complete Gloom Resistance.
Acquiring this armor requires the completion of the “Potential Princess Sightings” quest, and it is not a short one. This set provides slip resistance, making it insanely easy to climb any type of surface, no matter how wet it may be.
To acquire this, there are 3 different locations to visit. The shirt can be found in the Goronbi River Cave at coordinates 1415, 2108, and 0287. The trousers can be found inside Cephla Lake Cave at exact coordinates 2591, 1332, and 0153. The final headpiece is at YunoboCo HQ South Cave, bearing coordinates 1713, 2719, and 0403.
Equipping this will grant Link with Fire Damage, a useful stat upgrade.
The chest piece for this can be found inside the Brightcap cave at -3002, 1641, and 0201. The trouser is at Hebra Headspring cave bearing coordinates -2897, 2511, and 0393. Finally, the headpiece is at Lake Kilsie cave with coordinates -3930, 2859, and -0015.
This improves Link’s ice power damage, the complete opposite of the Ember Tears of the Kingdom Outfit.
To get this armor set, players will have to complete the quest called “Secret of the Ring Ruins.” This Tears of the Kingdom outfit is used by the Zonais to invoke ancient rituals which involve thunderstorms.
The Legwear for this armor will present to you in the Room of Awakening. The Tunic will be inside the Pondside Cave, and the Greaves will be found after completing the Gutanbac Shrine mission.
This armor set is cold-resistant armor.
To acquire this, you will need to collect Bubbul Gems and exchange them for pieces of the Mystic armor set. They can be exchanged with the NPC called Kotlin.
When this armor is equipped, Link will lose his money instead of damage if he is hit by anything.
This armor set is found in a treasure chest. The chest is buried deep somewhere in Hyrule Castle. It provides a base-level defense.
This armor is available to purchase at the armor Shop in Kakariko Village. Each piece of this armor is 5000 Rupees. This offers no abilities and is purely cosmetic.
The Boots for this can be found at the coordinates -0218, 1162, and 0262. The Cap is at the coordinates -0146, 1012, and 0225, and the final Chest armor is at the coordinates -0331, 0770, and 0074.
To get the Tingles hood, visit the –4440, -0628, and 0454, which will have a chest containing it. The shirt can be found at coordinates 1195, -2014, and 0272, while the Tingle Tights are found at coordinates 3516, -3265, and 0004.
Set Of The Wild
The cap for this Tears of the Kingdom outfit is at the Hebra Dark Skeleton, bearing coordinates -3956, 3724, and -0858. To find the Tunic, go to the Gerudo Dark Skeleton (-4880, -3719, -0458), and the trousers will be found at the Eldin Dark Skeleton (1673, 3722, -0561).
Ancient Hero’s Aspect
After completing all Shrines in Tears of the Kingdom, only then will you get the Reward of the Ancient Hero’s Aspect.
To get their hands on this accessory, players will have to complete the side quest called “The Mayoral Election” in Hateno Village, and only then will this be available to use.
Vah Medoh Divine Helm
To find this oddly shaped Helm, navigate due northeast of Biron Snowshelf in Hebra. There will be a cave whose contents include this Helm.
Wearing this helm will give Link Cold Resistance.
Vah Rudania Divine Helm
This is located due North of Death Mountain, where there are 2 ponds oddly shaped like lizards.
This Helm acts as a Flame Guard once equipped.
Vah Ruta Divine Helm
Finding this Helm requires traveling to Zora’s Domain.
This Helm increases Link’s Swim Speed as soon as it is equipped.
Vah Naboris Divine Helm
This Helm is located at the Mayamats Shrine.
This will make Link Shock Resistant whenever he is wearing it.
This cosmetic accessory is located at the coordinates 1209, 1208, and 0020.
This mask is available to purchase at the Fangs & Bone Shop; just ask for Kilton.
This can be purchased from a store called “Monster Parts Merchant,” and the person to look for is called Kilton.
This Tears of the Kingdom outfit can be found at Dracozu Lake in Tarrey Town.
To access this helmet, navigate to the Scorching Coliseum. Here, defeat any and all creatures that enter the arena, after which you will get the Helmet.
Wearing this helmet will make Link Unfreezable.
This helmet can be found in the gloom-locked chest inside the Lone Island Coliseum.
Equipping this will help shield from anything gloom-related, basically making Link Gloom Hands Resistant.
This can be found in the Floating Coliseum.
This can be either bought from the Bargainer Statue or by defeating creatures inside the Desert Coliseum.
Wearing the Sheik’s Mask helps disguise better, boosting overall Stealth.
This mask can be found in the Forest Coliseum.
Sand & Snow Boots
The Sand Boots, as seen below, will help maneuverability and speed when running in Sand. To get them they are available to purchase at the Gerudo Secret Club.
The Snow Boots help improve speed when running in Snow.
Tunic Of Memories
To begin the quest for the Tunic Of Memories, players must find all 4 Pole Statues in the Chasms section of the map and then make their way to the Central Mine.
Island Lobster Shirt
This is a purely cosmetic Tears of the Kingdom outfit and can be found at Cora Lake.
Accessing this is fairly easy, as it is located in the Hyrule Castle.
There are 3 different circlets as Tears of the Kingdom outfits, and they are all cosmetic accessories.
First, there is the Diamon Circlet featuring a diamond on the front and the back.
The Ruby Circlet is the exact same, featuring a Ruby stone on the front and back.
The Sapphire circlet only has a Sapphire stone at the front.
There are three different types of earrings, each with their own respective stones.
There are the Topaz Earrings, which look eerily similar to the Opal ones.
The Opal earrings can be seen below, resembling the Topaz ones.
The Amber earrings look different, from their color to their shape.
That just about wraps it up for this heavily detailed guide on Tears of the Kingdom Outfits! All 64 outfits have been described with a thorough mention of how to acquire them. If there is any information we have missed, do not hesitate to let us know so we can correct it.
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