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Combat armor (Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel)

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For an overview of combat armor variants throughout the Fallout series, see combat armor.
Combat armor
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ArmorCombat Armor7811400
HelmetCombat Helmet162000
GauntletsCombat Gauntlets203500
BootsCombat Boots203500
 
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FOBoSLogo.pngThe following is based on Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel and has not been confirmed by canon sources.

The Combat armor is a piece of armor in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.

Background

Main article: Combat armor

Modelled after the human silhouette and designed to provide balanced protection that does not limit mobility on the battlefield, combat armors are a diverse family of personal body armor of varying degrees of sophistication, from the earliest iterations of the armor developed by the United States Army[1] to the cutting-edge riot gears that came into use prior to the Great War.[2]

Characteristics

Combat Armor is among the best forms of protection in the post-War Wasteland. Although extremely expensive, the protection value of this armor is surpassed only by the few incarnations of power armor.

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References

  1. The Army helmet is presented in the game as an older type of helmet, issued to uniformed troops who do not use the standard set of combat armor: Clearly visible in the tutorial segment and later on countless dead bodies throughout the Commonwealth.
  2. Riot gear variants available in Lonesome Road.
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