Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Armor Guide
Our Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Armor Guide is the best source of information for the armor of the game, giving you comprehensive details on the armor sets, individual pieces, descriptions, as well as the means of acquiring them through Quests.
One of the special garments given to the Champions, each of whom earned the respect of the royal family of Hyrule. A prayer from Princess Zelda is woven into the fabric.
A warm pullover typically worn by mountain folk. Its sturdy fabric and thick gloves are great at retaining body heat.
One of the items sold by the Gerudo jeweler. These earnings are made with amber, a gem that harnesses the power of the land and shines a honey-colored light in the sun.
A headpiece made by Gerudo craft workers. It's set with a ruby, a gem that harnesses the power of fire. Such headpieces always catch the eye of astute fashionistas.
An intricate headpiece crafted with Gerudo goldsmith techniques. It's set with a sapphire, a gem that harnesses the power of ice to give the wearer a truly cool charm.
Earrings made by Gerudo craft workers. They're made with topaz, a gem that harnesses the power of lightning and gives the earrings a distinctive flash.
Earrings sold at Gerudo jewelry shops. They contain opal, a gem that harnesses the power of water and casts a cool, elegant incandescence when held up to a light.
A luxurious headpiece sold at Gerudo jewelry shops. It's decorated with a diamond and immediately captivates many who look upon it.
A precious heirloom passed down among the Gerudo. It deflects lightning strikes and is traditionally worn only by the Gerudo chief.
Gerudo artisans modified these boots for life in the desert. The special soles distribute the wearer's bodyweight evenly, allowing for normal movement across sand.
Boots designed for hiking up snowy mountains. They evenly distribute the wearer's body weight, allowing safe, speedy traversal through deep snow.
The Skull Lake merchant's handmade Bokoblin headgear. It's almost charming in a cute, monstrous kind of way... Equip it to be one step closer to a true Bokoblin.
The Skull Lake merchant's handmade Moblin headgear. It's designed to replicate the Moblin's distinct long nose and large horn. It is quite realistic...
The Skull Lake merchant's handmade Lizalfos headgear. It's designed to replicate the unique tongue and horn of the Lizalfos. Equip it and live as a Lizalfos for a while.
The Skull Lake merchant's handmade Lynel headgear. It's almost as intimidating as the real thing. Wear it and pretend to be a proud Lynel, free to roam the world.
A hood woven using traditional Hyrulean methods. It's made from a study mat.
The Hylian Hood is acquired as a first-clear reward of Chapter 3 Freeing Korok Forest.
A common garb that achieved widespread popularity in Hyrule, particularly among travelers. Its light-yet-sturdy fabric doesn't limit movement.
The Hylian Tunic is acquired as a first-clear reward of Chapter 3 Freeing Korok Forest.
Traditional dress trousers of Hyrule. The plush fabric makes these trousers quite comfortable, and their high durability makes them ideal for travelers.
The Hylian Trousers is acquired as a first-clear reward of Chapter 3 Freeing Korok Forest.
Headgear made from sturdy metals for frontline soldiers. These helmets look like they could take a serious beating.
Hyrulean guards wear this sturdy, metal armor. The high level of craftsmanship that went into it is obvious with just a glance.
Hyrulean guards favor these sturdy, metal greaves, though the added weight makes them a struggle to put on.
A Rito accessory made from snow-bird feathers. It's adorned with a ruby.
Lined with molted Rito feathers, this tunic was made by Rito artisans for Hylians visiting cold climates. The feathers are stacked in each layer to retain body heat.
The Rito sell these trousers to Hylians in Rito Village. The inside is lined with Rito feathers, so they excel at retaining body heat.
The Snowquill Trousers is acquired as a first-clear reward of Chapter 2 Revali, the Rito Warrior.
Desert Voe Set
Desert Voe Headband
Gerudo-made armor for males sold rarely by Gerudo retailers. It contains sapphire, a gem that harnesses the power of ice to make the heat more bearable.
Desert Voe Spaulder
Armor for males sold on rare occasions by Gerudo retailers. It contains sapphire, which harnesses the power of ice to dampen the effects of extreme heat.
The Desert Voe Spaulder is acquired as a first-clear reward of Chapter 2 Urbosa, the Gerudo Chief.
Desert Voe Trousers
Gerudo-made trousers for men sold rarely by Gerudo retailers. They contain sapphire, which harnesses the power of ice to dampen the effects of extreme heat.
A mask worn by Gerudo women. It protects the skin from the harsh sun, but don't expect it to protect much in combat...
Standard Gerudo garb popular for its open, breathable design and for the traditional Gerudo markings that adorn it.
Gerudo favor this traditional sirwal. Its short length allows for ease of movement, and its subtle design is quite fashionable.
A helmet made from ancient techniques. It's crafted from a something called "rubber", a material that can no longer be found.
This precious armor covers the wearer in a rare, special material called "rubber." Such technology does not exist in this modern age.
These invaluable tights are made with something called "rubber", an ancient technology with origins shrouded in mystery.
Stone headgear made by Goron craftsmen to protect tourists visiting Goron City. As if its flame resistance isn't enough of a selling point, it also covers your entire head!
Armor crafted by Gorons for Hylians curious enough to visit Goron City. It's made from the highest-quality rocks, offering protection against magma and the like.
The Flamebreaker Armor is acquired as a first-clear reward of Chapter 2 Daruk, the Goron Hero.
Goron artisans used flame-resistant rocks to craft these heatproof boots for curious Hylians visiting Goron City.
Zora headgear made from dragon scales. It aids the wearer's movement in water - swimmers favor it for the supposed boost it provides.
The Zora Helm is acquired as a first-clear reward of Chapter 2 Mipha, the Zora Princess.
Custom armor painstakingly crafted by each generation's Zora princess for her future husband. It's probably fine to be wearing this. Probably.
These greaves have been passed down among the Zora for generations. It's been said they're crafted using dragon scales. They reportedly increase the wearer's swim speed.
It may look like a regular cloth mask, but it was made using Sheikah crafting techniques to suppress the noisy rustling of clothes. Perfect for sneaking about.
Stealth Chest Guard
Armor designed for stealth, passed down through the Sheikah tribe. The special fabrics suppress the rustling of clothes even when moving quickly.
Members of the Sheikah tribe wear these tights when they need to move stealthily. They're made from noise-suppressing cloth, a hallmark of ancient Sheikah technology.
It may look like a regular bandanna, but it's actually infused with ancient technology that enhances core strength. This bandanna is coveted by mountain climbers.
The ancient technology in this gear is specially tailored to climbers. The gloves look perfectly normal, but the no-slip coating helps with efficient energy usage.
These rock-climbing boots have special no-slip toes. The wearer can walk on otherwise challenging surfaces with complete confidence.
A helmet once worn by the warriors of an ancient warlike tribe from the Faron region. Wearing it draws out your inner animal.
Armor once favored by an ancient warlike tribe from the Faron region. The war paint is especially good for bolstering a fighter's spirits.
Barbarian Leg Wraps
These leg wraps were favored by a warlike tribe from the Faron region long ago. They're adorned with traditional markings that bolster your fighting spirit.
A special mask for members of the Gerudo Secret Club. Painted with dye made from crushed luminous stones, it gives off a lurid, mysterious glow in the dark.
This shirt is sold at the Gerudo Secret Club. It glows with a strange pattern in the dark due to a dye made from crushed luminous stones.
These tights are sold in the Gerudo Secret Club. They're painted with dye from crushed luminous stones, which gives them an eerie glow in the dark.
This headgear is the product of Skull Lake merchant's research. It was crafted with a monster born from the shadows in mind. The eyes glow an eerie red in the dark.
The Skull Lake merchant developed this jet-black armor as a result of his monster research. A spurious replica of the green outfit once worn by a legendary hero.
The result of the Skull Lake merchant's research into monsters. Looks like your average leg wear at first, but these were created based on the image of a monster born of darkness.
Cap of the Wild
According to legend, this cap was crafted for a hero who travels the wild lands. Wearing it just feels so right.
Tunic of the Wild
This armor was apparently crafted for a hero who travels the wilds. Strangely enough, it's just your size.
Trousers of the Wild
Legends say these pants were tailored for a hero who travels the wilderness. Strangely enough, they're the most comfortable pair of pants you've ever worn.
Hyrule Warrior Set
Hyrule Warrior's Cap
A cap said to have been a prized possession of many heroes across many worlds. For some reason, it fits perfectly.
Hyrule Warrior's Tunic
Green clothes said to have been a prized possession of many heroes across many worlds. It always seems to be the perfect fit...
Hyrule Warrior's Trousers
Trousers said to have been prized possession of many heroes across many worlds. They seem to fit perfectly and are extremely comfortable.
Royal Guard Set
Royal Guard Cap
This spiffy cap is part of the uniform for Hyrule's Royal Guard. Its elegant ornamentation mirrors the crest. It's lighter than it appears and is easy to move about in.
Royal Guard Uniform
The dignified uniform for Hyrule's Royal Guard. The crest adorning the chest is magnificent. Its lightweight materials are both stylish and practical.
Royal Guard Boots
These boots are part of the uniform for Hyrule's Royal Guard. The bright base of the design exudes nobility. A fine blend of style and function.