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Starfield armor

Full list of all 329 Starfield armor IDs, with damage resistances, weight, value, unique effects, plus best locations of where to find them.

Starfield armor can protect you from incoming damage and even make exploration possible in otherwise lethal environments. Finding the best Starfield armor is critical to your survival, and customizing them with Starfield armor mods can make them even more effective.

Armor can be divided into four categories: Starfield helmets, Starfield spacesuits, Starfield packs, and Starfield apparel.

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Here is all the Starfield armor:

NamePHYSENGYEM

Advanced Armor-plated UC AntiXeno Pack

686670

Advanced Bounty Hunter Seek Pack

809688

Advanced Bounty Hunter Space Helmet

968088

Advanced Bounty Hunter Spacesuit

176180184

Advanced Bounty Hunter Stalk Pack

928488

Advanced Bounty Hunter Track Pack

968088

Advanced Constellation Pack

634755

Advanced Constellation Space Helmet

595155

Advanced Constellation Spacesuit

12694110

Advanced Cydonia Pack

684650

Advanced Cydonia Space Helmet

704852

Advanced Cydonia Spacesuit

13693101

Advanced Deep Mining Pack

584250

Advanced Deep Mining Space Helmet

584250

Advanced Deep Mining Spacesuit

11785101

Advanced Deep Recon Pack

546258

Advanced Deep Recon Space Helmet

605862

Advanced Deep Recon Spacesuit

109125117

Advanced Deepcore Pack

505254

Advanced Deepcore Space Helmet

525054

Advanced Deepcore Spacesuit

105101109

Advanced Deepseeker Pack

655761

Advanced Deepseeker Space Helmet

536961

Advanced Deepseeker Spacesuit

126122130

Advanced Deimos Pack

525054

Advanced Ecliptic Pack

535557

Advanced Ecliptic Space Helmet

535557

Advanced Ecliptic Spacesuit

106110114

Advanced Explorer Pack

889092

Advanced Explorer Space Helmet

968088

Advanced Explorer Spacesuit

168184176

Advanced Gran-Gran's Space Helmet

506658

Advanced Gran-Gran's Spacesuit

124108116

Advanced Ground Crew Pack

425850

Advanced Ground Crew Space Helmet

465450

Advanced Ground Crew Spacesuit

93109101

Advanced High School Backpack

525456

Advanced Incendiary Experimental Nishina Spacesuit

137169149

Advanced Incendiary UC AntiXeno Space Helmet

686670

Advanced Mantis Pack

584250

Advanced Mantis Space Helmet

787074

Advanced Mantis Spacesuit

164132148

Advanced Mark I Pack

908892

Advanced Mark I Space Helmet

908892

Advanced Mark I Spacesuit

168184176

Advanced Mercenary Pack

849288

Advanced Mercenary Space Helmet

849288

Advanced Mercenary Spacesuit

160192176

Advanced Mercury Space Helmet

747678

Advanced Mercury Spacesuit

156140148

Advanced Navigator Pack

584250

Advanced Navigator Space Helmet

425850

Advanced Navigator Spacesuit

85117101

Advanced Old Earth Pack

909294

Advanced Old Earth Space Helmet

988290

Advanced Old Earth Spacesuit

184180188

Advanced Peacemaker Pack

526860

Advanced Peacemaker Space Helmet

566460

Advanced Peacemaker Spacesuit

121125129

Advanced Pirate Assault Space Helmet

544650

You’ll want to keep a keen eye out for armor pieces with high PHYS, ENGY, and EM damage resistances, which protect you from physical, energy, and electromagnetic damage sources respectively. Environmental protection is also important, but you can boost any low numbers with Starfield armor mods, or by keeping a stock of pharmaceutical Starfield consumables to hand.

There is no set guide of where to find most Starfield armor pieces due to the procedural and random nature of Starfield. However, there are a number of Starfield vendors who can stock specific armor sets, and you can also earn specific armor from missions, NPCs, or by visiting significant locations like The Lair of the Mantis.

So, we’ve gathered every Starfield armor set and individual armor piece into a filterable database to make it easier for you to find and buy Starfield armor.

How to customize Starfield armor

Customizing Starfield armor takes time, resources, skills, and the prerequisite research projects. Once you’ve unlocked the Spacesuit Design skill, you can make the most of your Starfield armor with some Starfield armor mods.

Starfield armor stats explained

Armor scales to the player’s Starfield level, meaning that a Navigator Spacesuit can spawn as a Calibrated Navigator Spacesuit once you’ve passed a set level threshold. For this reason, you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled for new armor sets as you progress through the game, as the armor stats provided by the upgraded variants will almost always exceed what the base model can provide.

Helmets, spacesuits, and packs have the following stats:

  • Primary Stats
    • PHYS – physical resistance to ballistic and standard melee damage
    • ENGY – resistance to energy weapons like lasers
    • EM – your damage resistance to electro-magnetic weapons
  • Secondary Stats
    • THERMAL – with the associated numbers being positive and negative, not a specific temperature, it’s unclear if certain armors are needed for hot and cold environments or if one glove fits all
    • AIRBORNE – with numerous Starfield creatures possessing the ‘diseased’ tag, we can assume some worlds will be very noxious and require special protection
    • CORROSIVE – acid rain may not have featured in the the Fallout series without mods, but corrosive resistance may shield you in chemical wastelands and similarly toxic zones
    • RADIATION – the most familiar to Fallout players, radiation can quickly whittle away your health without the appropriate armor
  • Tertiary Stats
    • Mass – the weight of an item which will affect the carry limit of your Spacefarer
    • Value – how much the item is worth to vendors (though vendors in previous installments never seem to buy our junk at these prices!)