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For an overview of vault jumpsuits, see vault jumpsuit.


Vault jumpsuits are clothing articles in Fallout: New Vegas, some of which are armored.


Designed specifically for use within vaults, jumpsuits are an inexpensive, easily produced solution to the age-old problem of clothing large numbers of people while maintaining a modicum of comfort and utility. Within the Vaults, they are also meant to reduce tension by providing every dweller with the same type of clothes, regardless of their standing. Marketed as a fashionable, comfortable design,[1] Before the War, they were an instantly recognizable symbol of both Vaults and the corporation behind them, featuring the iconic blue-and-yellow color scheme. The corporation deliberately exploited the recognizability, with the company mascot, Vault Boy, sporting a set of rubber coveralls, and introducing awards named after the jumpsuit, such as the Pressed Vault Suit Award for preparedness, all to get people used to the mandated uniformity and planned economy of a Vault.[2]

Once Vaults were activated, all dwellers that managed to enter the Vault would be expected to change into their jumpsuits as soon as possible.[3] However, delays could happen: As Vault suits are designed with biometric identification systems in addition to the big, bold Vault number on the back, and discrepancies in scans would delay issuance of a suit.[4] To accommodate the influx, Vaults had a stock of jumpsuits on hand, shipped ahead of time in vacuum-sealed packages, ten per box.[5] Worn-out or damaged suits would be replaced using existing stocks and later manufactured using jumpsuit extruders installed in every Vault (though some were designed to fail, as part of the Vault experiment).[6] Vault-Tec also supplied the design to the Enclave, for use within its civilian facilities, such as the presidential rig.[7]

Regardless of generation, jumpsuits proved to be a rugged, durable piece of equipment that could be readily accessorized. Vault dwellers commonly wore them together with a variety of equipment according to their job: Durable lab coats with scientific equipment,[8] stripped-down versions for maintenance work,[9] and body armor and protective helmets for security personnel.[10][11] Dwellers who ventured into the wasteland commonly modified their suits with a variety of improvised armor or improved linings.[12][13]


This piece of apparel was the required clothing for every Vault and comprises a light blue jumpsuit with a yellow line around the front of the neck and down the front. It does not have a Damage Threshold, but provides a bonus of +2 to Speech and Melee Weapons and can be repaired with any other Vault jumpsuits.

Vault 3 jumpsuit

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These Vault jumpsuits were originally worn by the inhabitants of Vault 3 before their deaths at the hands of the Fiends.

  • Vault 3, in the dressers of the old living quarters.
  • Vault 21, in the locked dresser in Sarah's room (the one next to the rentable room).
  • Can be bought from Sarah Weintraub in Vault 21.
  • Four can be bought from Mick at Mick & Ralph's in Freeside.
  • Four can be stolen from the dressers on the second floor of Mick & Ralph's.

Vault 11 jumpsuit

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These Vault jumpsuits were originally worn by the inhabitants of Vault 11 before a revolt broke out over the annual election of the overseer. With 1 DR, the Vault 11 jumpsuit is one of only three clothing items in Fallout: New Vegas that give Damage Resistance.

  • Vault 11, in the dressers of the old living quarters.

Vault 19 jumpsuit

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These Vault jumpsuits were originally worn by the inhabitants of Vault 19 before they left due to a combination of the sulfur in the caves below the Vault and their existing paranoia.

  • Vault 19, in the dressers of both levels of the Red and Blue living quarters.

Vault 21 jumpsuit

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These Vault jumpsuits were originally worn by the inhabitants of Vault 21 before they were forced out of their Vault by Mr. House. They cannot be used to repair other Vault jumpsuits apart from others from Vault 21.


Vault 22 jumpsuit

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These Vault jumpsuits were originally worn by the inhabitants of Vault 22 before they were killed due to mutations caused by deadly spores created during the Vault's experiment.

  • Vault 22, in the dressers of the fourth floor living quarters in the common areas.
  • Vault 21, in the locked dresser, inside Sarah Weintraub's room.
  • Can also be bought from Sarah Weintraub.
  • Honest Hearts Can be looted off of Ricky after he has been killed.
  • Honest Hearts Six are located at the Vault 22 dwellers' guard camp in Zion Canyon in the duffle bags and crates.

Vault 24 jumpsuit

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Fallout 76 unused content These Vault jumpsuits were originally worn by the inhabitants of Vault 24.

Vault 34 jumpsuit

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These Vault jumpsuits were originally worn by the inhabitants of Vault 34, most of which died or were ghoulified due to radiation poisoning following a reactor malfunction. A small number of residents survived and can be rescued. These survivors, including Horowitz, wear Vault 34 jumpsuits. Boomer apparel, including the Boomer jumpsuit and Boomer flightsuit, are derived from Vault 34 jumpsuits.




  • The Vault Boy in Fallout: New Vegas wears a Vault 21 jumpsuit. This is similar to how he wore a Vault 101 jumpsuit in Fallout 3.
  • Most Vault jumpsuits can be used to repair other Vault jumpsuits, however, they are not universally compatible. If one has the Jury Rigging perk, these can be used in repairing light armor.
  • Fallout: New Vegas also includes all varieties of Vault jumpsuits from Fallout 3. The jumpsuits use the same formid as in Fallout 3, but cannot be obtained in-game without the use of console commands.
  • On the Vault 3 jumpsuit, the number 3 on the collar appears mirrored. The Vault 3 utility jumpsuit also appears this way.
  • On the Vault 34 jumpsuit, the number 34 on the collar is upside down.
  • The Boomers wear a modified version of the Vault 34 jumpsuit, with an airman's coat worn over it and the number 34 stitched on the back of the jacket. Despite this, the number 34 is not present on the collars of Boomer outfits.
  • The Vault 11 jumpsuit provides a DR of 1, unlike the other Vault jumpsuits that do not have either DT or DR.
  • The Vault 24 jumpsuit is mentioned in the list of clothing in the Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide but is not seen anywhere else in the book.
  • If the Courier is a male, Doc Mitchell says that the Vault 21 jumpsuit belongs to him, but if the Courier is a female, he says that the jumpsuit belonged to his wife.
  • Vault 21 and Vault 24 jumpsuits cannot be sold to Sarah Weintraub as part of the unmarked quest Suits You, Sarah.



  1. Vault-Tec scientist: "The Vault suit is designed to be fashionable as well as comfortable."
    (Vault-Tec scientist's dialogue)[verification needed] Note: This line is spoken during the quest War Never Changes.
  2. See respective articles for details. ie Vault Boy, Pressed Vault Suit Award
  3. Vault 114 terminal entries; check in terminal
  4. [verification needed]Mr. Able: "When do WE get our suits, huh? What's taking so long?"
    Vault-Tec scientist: "No, no, happens all the time. We'll clean things up real quick. Don't worry."
    Mrs Able: "Is something wrong?"
    Vault-Tec scientist: "Mister and Missus Able. We're detecting a very small anomaly in your biometric scans. Just hold tight right there for a second."
    (Mr. Able's and a Vault-Tec scientist's dialogue)[verification needed]
  5. Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 suit package and shipping box props.
  6. Fallout Bible 0 Vault system: "Vault 70 All jumpsuit extruders fail after 6 months."
  7. Enclave citizens' character description: "{100}{}{You see a person in a vault suit.}"
  8. Vault lab uniform
  9. Vault 101 utility jumpsuit
  10. Vault 101 security armor
  11. Vault-Tec security armor and helmet.
  12. Armored Vault 101 jumpsuit and other modified suits.
  13. Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 Vault suit modifications.