Anyone who wants to become a Pro Hero in My Hero Academia you have to undergo a grueling education, assuming, of course, that you are accepted into an academic training program. UA High emphasizes the importance of making a recognizable public presence: names, super moves, slogans and suits are the four pillars of a Pro Hero identity.
Several heroes go the way of vanity and decorate their costumes with mindless additions, preferring a fashionable look, others make sure their costumes are designed to promote their performance.
10 Hizashi Yamada’s basic outfit includes a directional speaker for its weirdness
Hizashi Yamada, aka Present Mic, is UA’s resident English teacher, as well as a highly accomplished Pro Hero. His suit is pretty basic: a combination of black pants and a black jacket, with an oversized collar stretched out to the max.
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The only unique aspect of his suit is the directional speaker placed at his throat and used to aim and / or boost his voice Quirk during battle.
9 Thirteen’s suit keeps the theme of its weirdness
The Quirk of Thirteen allows him to generate the power of a black hole from his hands with enough force to capture the light itself. He wears an oversized jacket, padded with presumably protective material, a pair of white Bermuda shorts, and oddly mismatched amber shoes.
Thirteen’s head and appearance are hidden by a space helmet, but his face is partially revealed in the Paranormal Liberation War arc. Thirteen’s costume maintains the theme of his Quirk without resorting to frills.
8 Toru Hagakure’s costume includes gloves and shoes, but nothing else
Toru Hagakure’s Quirk is invisibility, which automatically means giving him a hero outfit would be counterproductive. Therefore, he prefers to avoid wearing an outfit that exposes his presence, and instead uses simple gloves and shoes.
Most importantly, Toru tends to shed even these minimal garments in the middle of a fight because that’s how invisibility works.
7 Shoto Todoroki doesn’t need to waste time designing elaborate costumes
Shoto Todoroki prefers not to attract attention, but his extreme humility has sometimes caused the opposite. His hero name is the same as his first name, and his first outfit is barely memorable enough to make the cut.
Shoto’s second outfit isn’t anything to write home about either, though his utility belt should be noted. Given the control he exerts over his Half Cold Half Hot Quirk, there is no need for Shoto to waste time designing costumes.
6 Mei Hatsume’s costume configuration takes into account both modularity and versatility
Hatsume belongs to the UA Department of Support, which means that she has no intention of becoming a full-fledged Pro Hero. That said, it’s clear that her prodigious ability to craft gadgets and other tech supplies makes her a formidable opponent.
Mei tends to tie her “babies” to her body, announcing her talents to anyone who sees her. Assuming she takes up heroic work in the future, Mei has no reason to avoid her current options – modularity and versatility are the two main elements of her outfit.
5 The Gran Torino costume is hard on the eyes, but it works wonders
The Gran Torino Jet Quirk allows it to move at ridiculous speed and generate overwhelming kicking force, all by means of controlled blasts of air coming from its soles.
His hero suit has several holes in the bottom of the boots for his Quirk, but nothing else in the outfit is in style. The mustard yellow Gran Torino jumpsuit and matching cape border on comedic, partly due to the old man’s small stature. He also wears a black eye mask for reasons still unexplained.
4 Tenya Iida’s outfit is an integral part of his family legacy
Tenya’s serious personality and disciplinary lifestyle are in perfect harmony with her outfit: uncomplicated white, blue, silver, and gold armor that wraps around her entire body.
This suit is heavily influenced by his brother, Ingenium, as well as older generations of the Iida family (many of whom have extremely similar, if not identical Quirks). Tenya wears the suit not because it looks sensational, but because of the legacy she has inherited.
3 Shihai Kuroiro’s simple black suit allows him to melt into the shadows
Shihai Kuroiro can easily fade into dark-hued backgrounds with his Quirk, which explains why his skin is a featureless jet black.
In order to maintain the upper hand in battle, the Intriguing Hero: Vantablack wears a simple outfit: a grayish-black jumpsuit that helps him camouflage himself in the shadows (or wherever he may be lurking at any given moment). The only decorative elements on his suit are a pair of metallic wristbands whose true purpose is not clear at this time.
2 The Best Jeanist suit gives you access to denim fibers
Best Jeanist is dedicated to the life of cowboys; he dresses from head to toe in this material. His vest, his pants and his dress shirt are made of a uniform blue denim fabric, filled with two different belts (one of them straddling the high collar that surrounds his face).
However elegant it may be, the choice of the Best Jeanista wardrobe is directly related to the Fiber Master, with whom he can control clothes of any type. However, denim is by far the most easily manipulated material with your Quirk.
1 The Fat Gum suit helps maintain the elasticity of your body
Fat Gum’s hero costume includes an inconspicuous pair of pants and a bright yellow hoodie with a huge zip at the center. His orange-red boots are fascinating, especially when paired with his alien-looking knee pads, but that’s about it.
Considering that your Quirk allows you to absorb and deflect damage, it can be assumed that the material of your suit is designed in such a way that it helps to maintain the elasticity of your body. This is very useful when you return to muscular form.