|Armor||Alamin Kinetic Vest|
An advanced combination of thick cloth and flexible metal light enough to wear under regular clothing.
This coat is two sizes too small, but is only ripped in a few places.
|Armor||Anti-Energy Jump Suit|
A form-fitting garment that covers the wearer from neck to toe, this jump suit shows a multitude of signs of wear and tear.
Sacrificing comfort for utility, this suit is made from stiff, laser-proof plastics. Works great, as long as the laser is very gentle.
Made from energy resistant materials, this vest is ready to protect your life! As long as the attack only happens to your chest.
|Armor||Anti-Energy Work Suit|
A heavy garment with reinforced elbows and knees, and velcro to help with easy on and easy off.
Made from thick plastic, this brittle breastplate is lined with cracks and warped with dents.
|Armor||Burnished Scale Mail|
Overlapping rusted metal discs, made from hammering down bits of metal, give this vest the appearance of fish scales.
Lightweight, mass-produced military armor.
|Armor||Corroded Combat Vest|
Thin, rusted, metal plates have created yellow-brown stains of corrosion upon the vest of ancient canvas to which they are bolted.
Cracks and deep wrinkles are crisscrossed with jagged scratches, and in places, a ripped hole or three. A dank stench of must wafts up from this suit with every creaking step.
|Armor||Dented Composite Armor|
Heavy and acrid smelling, this banded mail offers layers of protection, starting with thick cloth, upon which have been sewn pieces of leather, atop which have been bolted strips of metal.
|Armor||Dented Dual Layer Vest|
Dented plastic plates have been bolted onto thick pieces of fluorocarbon fiber cloth in order to make this uncomfortable jumpsuit.
|Armor||Dilapidated Leather Dress|
This worn leather dress is form fitting, from neck to knee, starting with a high Mandarin collar and ending with a slit up the side of the leg. It was probably quite the getup ages ago.
|Armor||Enhanced Combat Vest|
Thin metal discs have been attached to this thick canvas vest. Many are bent or misshapen, and a few are missing.
An old trench coat, to which someone has riveted metal plates and heavier leather pieces.
A jacket made primarily of thick cloth. Thin metal plates are strategically sewn inside its fabric layers.
|Armor||Half Caped Leather Duster|
This long trench coat is missing half of the cape that sits on the wearers shoulders. The tattered remains of the missing side line up with the gouges in the leather beneath.
A large name patch sewn over the left breast of this old leather jacket proclaims the wearer to be “Harold.”
A thick jacket whose brilliant red color has faded to a sickly pink. The zipper doesn't work and the smell is almost enough to make one gag, but it is comfortable, warm, and wall padded.
This Liquid Cooling and Ventilation Garment (X10 series) is form fitting and stretchy. Many of the tubes are still intact.
The Low Energy Suit, 78 class, is an ancient model, even by Before standards. It might stop someone from shocking you with static accidentally in a dry part of the station. Maybe.
A set of armor made from low quality leather that covers chest, back, legs and parts of the arm.
|Armor||Light Plate Armor|
Small pieces of metal plating, with long straps to secure to shoulders, chest, and upper legs.
|Armor||Light Scale Mail|
Metal discs, pounded flat and hung in overlapping scales, make up this flexible shirt. It makes a rattling sound when one moves, like someone is shaking a can of nails.
|Armor||Lightly Padded Coat|
A warm coat with a moderate amount of padding.
|Armor||Mildewed Leather Duster|
A long jacket made from brown leather, which has become stained with the dusty white splotches of mildew.
|Armor||Mirror Covered Jacket|
A short, padded jacket covered in small round mirrors, of varying sizes. It looks more suited to the dance floors of Botswana than a battlefield.
|Armor||Misshapen Combat Vest|
The heavy batting of this combat vest has shifted and flattened over time, leaving certain areas lumpy and others baggy or sunken.
|Armor||Moth Eaten Kimono|
A mixture of layers of cloth with some bits of decorative leather, this garment is soiled and full of holes. The obi is missing, but someone attached an old leather belt to it at some point to help keep it closed.
|Armor||Musty Leather Robes|
A form-fitting robe of thin leather, this garment is long in the front and in the back, but cut up the sides of the legs for ease of movement. It apparently was packed away somewhere for a very long time.
|Armor||Padded Anti-Energy Vest|
A shiny vest, with a good amount of padding to it.
|Armor||Padded Combat Suit|
A hand stitched suit made from rags, stuffed between two thickly woven pieces of fabric. Yellowed with age, and moth-eaten, this bug infested armor guarantees that the wearer will never be alone again.
|Armor||Padded PVC Catsuit|
This catsuit has had padding added to the inside of it, stretching the material to almost bursting in some areas. The stitching is sloppy and doesn't match the shiny black material.
|Armor||Patchwork Combat Vest|
Mismatched pieces of metal, no doubt found in some station's ruined zones, have been bolted to a shoddy piece of leather to form a vest. There are gaps in between the metal pieces, and holes in the leather in the gaps.
|Armor||Patchwork Long Coat|
A heavy coat made from thick, quilted fabrics. At one time, it's patchworks were probably very bright. In places, the stitching has come loose, and tufts of yellowed batting can be seen.
|Armor||Patchwork Thermoplastic Suit|
Heavy scraps of worn leather sewn onto flexible sheets of thermoplastic lend some protection while sacrificing aesthetic and ease of movement.
A cuirass made from small hoops of sliced pipe held together with metal wire.
The plastic form of this armor was perfectly molded to fit its original wearer. Who was definitely not the same size as you.
A baggy suit of faded blue material, with burn marks on the left shoulder.
|Armor||Putrid Plate Mail|
Given the smell, you are pretty sure that you do not want to know where this chest piece has been.
This cloth jumpsuit has been bolstered with strips of leather, many of which have rotted away or come loose, the latter giving the effect of tiny tentacles flapping about when the wearer moves.
A vest with sheets of poly-rubber sewn onto the front and back of it.
A long, leather jacket, made from scraps of leather of various shades, sewn together in uneven tiers.
|Armor||Ringed Poly-vinyl Jacket|
The hard plastic rings that have been sewn to the outside of this jacket are small enough to keep broad blades from being able to pass through. Many are cracked and a few are missing.
|Armor||Ripped Electrician's Overalls|
These dark blue overalls have two thick shoulder straps and multiple pockets. A large tear in the seat of the pants provides the wearer with ventilation.
This jumpsuit rides up in all the wrong places and seems to have been sewn poorly. Someone attempted to fix the rip at the knee, but apparently gave up halfway through.
|Armor||Ripped Rubber Catsuit|
Form fitting and warm to wear, this catsuit has a zipper that goes from neck, all the way around to mid back. A seam near the crotch is starting to rip. You might not want to go commando.
Thin and worn at the elbows, with unraveled strings and fallen hems, this robe has seen better days.
Light once gleamed off the smooth metal curves of this chest piece. Now, it's barely held together with cracked and stiff leather straps, and the smooth curves have given way to deep dents and rusted holes.
|Armor||Rusted Pipe Mail|
A cuirass made from small hoops of rusted, sliced pipe, held together with metal wire.
|Armor||Rusted Scale Mail|
Flat oval discs overlap each other on the front and back of this old vest. Many of the discs are missing or corroding away.
Made from scavenged sheets of thick iron, this heavy armor is effective at deflecting bullets and blunt objects but contains gaps that leave it vulnerable to cutting and piercing weapons.
|Armor||Scorched Electrician's Suit|
Some electrician from Before wore this suit often and got their money's worth out of it. These days, it's full of rips and scorch marks and you probably couldn't pay someone to take it.
A long shirt with a wide neck, this garment is made from a poly-fiberglass material that leaves raw skin wherever it touches.
|Armor||Scuffed Riding Suit|
The elbows and knees of this suit took the brunt of someone's damage once, as they tumbled from their hoverbike. Given the tears and holes on one of the suit's legs, it's questionable as to whether they walked away from the crash.
Some company at some point in history made all of its dock workers wear this uncomfortable, scratchy, and overly warm uniform. Its previous owner clearly tried to get rid of it so they'd never have to see it again.
|Armor||Shattered Ballistic Vest|
Woven from layers of laminated fibers, this vest saved someone's life once, though the ceramic inserts shattered. They clatter now like broken pottery when the wearer moves around.
Made from insulated bioplastic, this lightweight armor is designed to lessen melee and energy damage.
|Armor||Storm Armor Corset|
Lined with flexible plastic boning, this insulated bioplastic black corset sports shiny red flames that lick up the torso up the wearer. Perfect for protecting the abdomen, but offers nothing for the upper chest and shoulders.
|Armor||Tarnished Combat Armor|
Corroded and lackluster, this armor suit is dull and looks to have been blackened by fire.
This Liquid Cooling and Ventilation Garment (X7 series) is tight enough to fit under a bulkier space suit. Broken tubes flop around when the wearer moves, and the fabric of the suit is torn in multiple places.
|Armor||Tattered Trench Coat|
Rife with holes and tears, the tattered hem of this trench coat barely reaches down to the knees, and the sleeves are of an uneven length.
The Robe of Rotten Embroidery
Small, delicate flowers, painstakingly sewn in by hand, travel around the neckline, hem, and cuffs of this tattered robe. The cycles have not been kind, and the blossoms have turned black and puce with rot and mold.
This thin jumpsuit covers the wearer from neck to ankle. Except in the places where its torn. Which is most of the places.
|Armor||Worn Diffusion Armor|
This thick, non-conductive plastic shell chafes in uncomfortable places. The back piece is cracked and the buckles are rusted, but it's still mostly serviceable.
A pair of black overalls, gray in places from long segments of use.
|Armor||Anti-Energy Flak Jacket|
Lined with plates of ballistic nylon and fiberglass, this sleeveless vest has pockets in the front and is a standard camouflage of black, gray, and brown.
This long overdress has long bell sleeves and reaches to the ankles. Decorated with vertical stripes and embroidery, and made from diffusion fabrics, this kaftan offers comfort and protection, all while not sacrificing fashion.
A blue vest, with broad, wing-like shoulders. The kataginu's elegant shape allows for spontaneous swordplay and ease of combat.
|Armor||Anti-Energy Plate Armor|
Like an ancient knight of earth, this suit will deck you out head to toe in plates of metal. Unlike those of long ago, this suit has a multitude of hoses and tubes, fans and circuitry to assist with movement, cooling, and to run the suit's anti-electric field.
A long black jacket made from diffusion fabric. The interior is lined and the cut is really quite flattering.
|Armor||Arc Absorption Cloak|
Long and black, lined in red, with a deep hood. Photons bounce off of this insulated bioplastic cloak, which covers the wearer from head to toe.
|Armor||Arc Dancer's Dress|
This deep red dress has bell sleeves, a high collar, and a princess waist line. The material looks almost dull, as though light can't find a way to reflect from its surface.
|Armor||Arc Dodger Suit|
This set of gear seems to have been scavenged over time to create a miss-matched set of anti-energy armor.
|Armor||Arc Jumper Jacket|
A jacket made from fluorocarbon fibers, and reinforced at the chest and back with thick black leather.
A brigandine-like suit of thick leather reinforced with metal plates, with long armored faulds to protect hip and thigh.
|Armor||Banded Leather Trench|
Long vertical strips of leather, lashed together with heavy cords, form this dark brown trench coat. Faux fur at the neck and shoulders and strung bones hanging from the chest give this jacket a truly feral look.
|Armor||Black Raven Armor|
A close fitting suit of black leather with silver studs, this armor set has a cowl around the chest and shoulders of black metal feathers.
|Armor||Chain-Backed Scale Mail|
This heavy piece is a vest made of chain mail, upon which dozens of flattened metal disc scales have been hung.
A hard shell suit of armor designed to resemble the hard carapace of a beetle, this armor is black and glossy, with sharp pointed shoulders.
|Armor||Cloak of Many Ripped Pockets|
A dramatic, shiny black cloak, the lining of which has been sewn dozens of pockets of various sizes. Sadly, they are all mostly ripped, but the cloak still looks rather fancy.
A breastplate of metal, bound together with leather strips. A thin sheet of lacquer has been applied to the metal, though its mostly worn off.
A hard plastic shell with a lined interior. This chest and back piece have seen some use, but have many fights still left in them.
Floor length, and with slits up the side for ease of movement, this poly-vinyl dress has black leather strips which run down the sides of the torso, meet at the waist, and continue down in jagged bands like black lightning.
|Armor||Heavy Flak Jacket|
This thick, black, gray, and brown camouflaged vest is lined with plates of ballistic plastics and has large pockets in the front.
|Armor||HoS Leather Jacket|
This dark brown leather jacket has been covered in spikes and studs, and has the House of Spartacus logo of three broken chain links on the back of it.
This hard-shelled armor set is made from conductive armor plates which both redirect and store energy, giving the suit a soft green-yellow glow.
|Armor||Light Diffusion Jump Suit|
Designed to cover the wearer from ankle to neck, this jump suit is made from a shiny silver fabric. Black tribal patterns adorn both hips and travel down the legs.
|Armor||Light Flak Jacket|
A sleeveless vest with interior pockets, inside of which, metal plates have been set.
|Armor||Light Kinetic Vest|
A combination of thick cloth and flexible metal, light enough to wear under regular clothing.
|Armor||Light Liquid Armor Suit|
A suit of heavy fabric, consisting of a multitude of pockets which are filled with magnetorheological fluids that turn from liquid to solid when struck.
|Armor||Light P3 Impact Suit|
Popular among many security forces, the P3's modular design allows it to be adapted to many situations. This suit's thin leather is backed with heavy cloth, offering additional impact protection.
|Armor||Light Storm Armor|
Made from insulated bioplastic, this piecemeal armor set was once a full suit, but has been chopped up over the decades and mostly the chest and shoulder pieces remain.
|Armor||Light Tatami Gusoku|
Lightweight and portable, this foldable armor consists of leather squares bound to a shirt of chain mail. The matching helmet is hard metal on top, with long flaps of chain and leather to protect the neck.
This set of armor has been 3D printed in diffusion plastics of silver and blue, designed to look like metal, but with anti-energy capability and the lightness of plastics.
|Armor||Medium Flak Jacket|
Lined with plates of ballistic plastics this sleeveless vest is a standard camouflage of black, gray, and brown, and has large pockets in the front.
|Armor||Medium Liquid Armor Suit|
The thick fabric of this armor set is comprised of a multitude of pockets which are filled with magnetorheological fluids that turn from liquid to solid when struck.
|Armor||Medium Riot Gear|
When protesters start to get a bit ornery, or bar fights trend toward the more rowdy, many turn to this medium weight riot gear.