Vault jumpsuits are clothing that appear in all Fallout games. However, in Fallout and Fallout 2 they are worn by the player character by default and in Fallout 3 , Fallout: New Vegas , Fallout 4 , Fallout 76 , and Van Buren , they appear as actual in-game items. They appear to be made out of a leather material, the numbers made of polyester and the belt and other components out of aluminum. Vault jumpsuits are the regulation clothing carried by the vault dwellers of Vault-Tec vaults. They are made of leather, blue with a yellow zipper and the number of the vault is on the back of the suit and on the outside of the collar.
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The Vault jumpsuit is a piece of clothing in Fallout 3. There are Vault jumpsuits for every Vault which appears in Fallout 3 , although two of them are only found in the game files. While wearing the Vault jumpsuit, dialogue with certain non-player characters will be slightly different as opposed to wearing a variant of the vault suit, such as the armored Vault jumpsuit , Vault utility jumpsuit or other apparel from the Wasteland. This is most easily observed in Megaton , where Lucas Simms will make a comment about the clothing when the Lone Wanderer enters the town for the first time, but only if they are wearing the jumpsuit upon entry.
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The Vault jumpsuit is a piece of apparel in Fallout 3. A rugged jumpsuit variant designed for heavy use among Vault-Tec machinery and infrastructure. Rather than extruded rubber, the suit uses a combination of denim - a quintessentially American material - and natural leather,    combined to create a particularly rugged piece of equipment.