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Battle Armors are made of an unknown material, which is said to be stretchy, yet very durable. Even Saiyans in their Great Ape form is able to wear their armor without having any size issues. It is said by Malaka that his Battle Armor saved Vegeta from being crushed to death when he was fallen on by Great Ape Gohan, a sign of the armor's durability. However, they are known to shatter when dealt enough damage, showing that they are indeed hard and solid. Vegeta once stated that Battle Armor is the Saiyans' formal attire. Also, he once remarked "one size fits all"; though in the Dragon Ball manga, the original Japanese version of Dragon Ball Z, and Dragon Ball Z Kai, he mentioned that there are other sizes as he complained that Frieza only had the older model in his size.
The most commonly seen ones have dual shoulder guards and some form of skirt armor or crotch guard. Matching boots (often white in color, but others do exist) are standard issue, as is a pair of white gloves or fingerless wrist guards. Standard armor has large shoulder plates, but some simply have reinforced shoulder straps. Many also have skirt armor or plate shielding the crotch. Most Saiyans wrap their tails around the armor's waist, appearing as if they have a furry belt. Some armors feature capes, either pinned to the shoulder guards such as that of King Vegeta and King Cold or extending from the back of the lower half of the armor such as Zarbon has. Battle Armor for females does exist too, as seen in Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku where Fasha and some women in a bar are wearing it. It does not include the crotch guards or the shoulder plates, and looks like Vegeta's jumpsuit, but having one strap, same body armor, knee pads with a covering on one leg, and white gloves and boots.
According to Captain Ginyu in Dragon Ball Xenoverse, the armor used by Frieza's forces is made of an advanced rubber composite, with the older models being made of harder but more fragile materials. The armor is designed to absorb impacts and dissipate damage from energy attacks. In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the clothing worn by Cabba is identified as a form of Battle Armor.
Many years before the events of Dragon Ball, a different model of armor is sported by the henchmen Chilled, like Toobi and Cabira. Those armor models resemble Cooler's white upper body, with the addition of two shoulder plates. Unlike later models, this model does not cover the lower torso area, leaving the abdomen and crotch open for attack. This may be for better flexibility and movement.
As seen in a flashback visualizing the Saiyans' history about a meeting with the "Arcosians", the battle armor used by the ancient Saiyans is made of only the upper (chest) part, the rest of the clothing seems to be the same savage skirt Saiyans used before they conquered Planet Plant from the Tuffles.
In Dragon Ball Super, Vegeta reveals that the style of armor worn by Cabba resembles the armor worn by the Saiyans of Universe 7 before they were conscripted into the Frieza Force. Presumably, the Ancient Saiyan model either fell out of use (possibly due to the Saiyans gaining access to better technology from their dealings with other races) or these two styles existed simultaneously (possibly due to differences in fashion, or differing canons). In Xenoverse 2, according to the description of Cabba's Battle Armor, Vegeta wore this model before he joined the Frieza Force.
In Dragon Ball Legends, Shallot wears this style of armor which has a design similar to Cabba's (who ironically becomes Shallot's student during the Tournament of Time). The model Shallot wears differs in its blue color scheme, black underclothes, and being designed to accommodate the Tail common to Universe 7 Ancient Saiyans. In-game, Shallot's Battle Armor is simply called Default Costume in the Outfit Customize Screen. Additionally, Shallot's Vegeta's Apron outfit features Shallot wearing the yellow apron (that Vegeta wore over his Battle Armor in the anime when he cooked an Octopus for Beerus) over his Default Costume (Vegeta's Bandana also appears as an accessory). Upon first finding the amnesic Shallot, Future Trunks notes to himself that Shallot's armor is different from worn by his father, due to him being more familiar with modern Saiyan Battle Armor design. Shallot's armor is shown to be incredibly durable. At one point, Shallot is asked if he inherited the armor from his grandfather due to its design being seen as outdated by most modern Saiyans he encounters during the Tournament of Time.
His twin brother Giblet is shown wearing a variant of the armor worn by Shallot though due to Giblet having apparently lost his tail, his armor lacks the same accommodations. During the Tournament of Time, Giblet wears a red hooded cloak over his Battle Armor, leading to his brief nickname, the Saiyan in Red.
Bardock's elite armor is worn by Bardock, Fasha, Shugesh, Borgos, as well as a few other Saiyans in the TV special Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku. Unlike most other early models used by the Saiyans, this model offers no shoulder protection and features shoulder straps instead of shoulder guards. This armor also implements limited lower body protection, with thigh guards on each side. While Bardock's model has thigh guards, Fasha's, Shugesh's, and Borgos' model do not. Fasha's model also only uses one shoulder strap. One of the other distinguishing features of this armor is the color scheme, which unlike most other Battle Armors, uses the cooler colors of the color wheel. Bardock's Battle Armor is named Battle Suit (Bardock) in Xenoverse, while Fasha's armor was named Battle Suit (Fasha) in Xenoverse 2. In Dragon Ball Legends, Shallot can obtain a replica of Bardock's Battle Armor called Bardock Battle Suit.
In the manga, Frieza's flashback to the Genocide of the Saiyans shows Bardock wearing this battle armor model instead of the retconned Dragon Ball Minus Battle Armor that he is depicted wearing during the Saiyan Genocide in Dragon Ball Super: Broly (it should be noted that the Dragon Ball Minus manga does not depict Bardock's confrontation with Frieza thus Frieza's flashback is the only manga canon depiction of said genocide as its depiction in the Episode of Bardock manga is non-canon as it is a sequel to the TV Special).
Gine wears a dress-like female variant of Saiyan Battle Armor that was first introduced in Dragon Ball Minus: The Departure of the Fated Child and later appeared in Broly. Similar to Shallot's Battle Armor, the dress skirt of the armor is designed to accommodate Gine's tail, without sacrificing too much protection.
At the time when Captain Ginyu acquired his signature purple horned body the Ginyu Force wore a different armor set than they would later display on Namek. This Battle Armor model looks like a vest and lacks shoulder pads.
Basic armor is essentially just the torso piece of the RIT or full Battle Armors without the added shoulder, upper thigh, or crotch guards and instead has straps that simply extend the white part of the armor. It offers protection to the torso, as well as only basic protection of the clavicles. After being wounded by Recoome, Vegeta switches to this armor and uses it for the remainder of the Captain Ginyu and Frieza Sagas. In the Japanese dub of "Captain Ginyu... The Frog" and in Dragon Ball Z Kai, Vegeta says that his armor is an older model and that he wears it because it is the only kind left in Frieza's Spaceship that can fit his base size. In the Funimation dub, Vegeta says that his armor is a newer model than the armor Krillin and Gohan have. The latter statement is likely a mistake, since all of Frieza's men, including Vegeta earlier on and even Frieza himself wear the RIT model. The armor is later seen when King Cold comes to earth, where several of Frieza's subordinates are seen wearing this armor.
Full body armor is the first type of Battle armor featured in the series and is worn by the three main antagonists of the Saiyan Saga. It offers the traditional torso protection of other armors, but also offers crotch, upper leg, and shoulder protection. Unlike other armors with shoulder guards, the shoulder guards of Full Battle Armor seem to point at more of an upwards angle. They come in a variety of colors such as white and gold, black and brown, and blue and gold. In the beginning episodes and fillers of Dragon Ball Z, Vegeta wears an altered full Battle Armor which consists of a green khaki chest piece and burnt orange guard pieces, orange gloves and his boots in an orange and brown separation of color with the upper half being orange and the lower half being brown. Vegeta is seen wearing this when he is traveling to Earth in the Vegeta Saga.
When he actually arrives on Earth, the armor is much more consistent to the traditional Battle Armor color scheme. The only thing that sets it apart from the regular Battle Armor is its coloring. This occurs in the anime as, at the time the scene was animated, no official-colored scenes of Vegeta or Nappa had been introduced in the Dragon Ball manga, so Toei Animation had to make up their own color schemes. In Dragon Ball Z Kai, Vegeta's alternate colored armor is changed to the normal armor.
RIT armor is the most commonly used variant of Battle Armor. It is more flexible than full body armor due to the lack of lower bodyguards, but still offers good upper body protection because of the inclusion of shoulder guards. Unlike the Full Battle Armor, the shoulder guards of RIT armor seem to point outwards more than at an upwards angle. During the Namek Saga it sees use by most of Frieza's men including Dodoria, Zarbon, and even Frieza. For most of the early Namek Saga, Vegeta sports this armor, as does Gohan in the Frieza Saga. Krillin sports a modified version of this armor which comes in black and features thigh guards. Zarbon's model features the addition of a cape. The RIT armor, however, is not elastic enough to transform with its wearer if transforming, as evidenced by Frieza's armor shattering violently while he had used Pump Up in his prelude to transforming into his second form. 041b061a72