Breath of the Wild: How to Get the Sheik Outfit and Hylian Outfit

Breath of the Wild: How to Get the Sheik Outfit and Hylian Outfit

This is our Zelda Breath of the Wild guide on how to get both the Shiek outfit and Hylian outfit.

There are plenty of special outfits for Link to uncover in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and some of these are scattered in the wilds of Hyrule. In this Zelda Breath of the Wild Shiek outfit guide, we'll be walking you through not only how to find the Shiek outfit in the game, but also how to get the Hylian outfit in Breath of the Wild as easily as possible.

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How to get the Sheik Outfit in Breath of the Wild

This outfit is cool but not cheap

Sheik is one of the Zelda franchise's most loved characters, and you can play dressed in the outfit in Breath of the Wild. Head to Kakariko Village and wander around the various stores until you find the Enchanted clothing store - the shop sign post is a t-shirt symbol.

In the shop the Sheik outfit is called the Stealth outfit. When worn they grant Link increased stealth ability. Sadly these items are not cheap.

Cost of Sheik outfit

  • Stealth Chest Guard: 700 rupees
  • Stealth Tights: 600 rupees
  • Stealth Mask: 500 rupees

How to get the Hylian Outfit

Not as useful as the Sheik outfit, but very pretty

The Hylian outfit is also found inside the Enchanted clothing store in Kakariko Village. This outfit is a lot cheaper than the Sheik/Stealth outfit, but it doesn't provide any additional buffs to Link while being worn.

Cost of Hylian outfit

  • Hylian Tunic: 120 rupees
  • Hylian Trousers: 90 rupees
  • Hylian Hood: 60 rupees

Use the video below to find out how to get all the outfits and armor sets in Breath of the Wild.

While in Kakariko Village you might want to beat the Ta'Loh Naeg Shrine. We've also got guides on how to get the Master Sword and the best cooking recipes. You'll also want to know how to kill Guardians and how to get rupees as easily as possible.

The Sheik outfit and Hylian outfit are just two of many included in Breath of the Wild. Some are bought and some are found piece by piece inside treasure chests. Other outfits include Dark Link and Wind Waker Link. Check our guides regularly to get all the info on how to find them all.

If you're looking for more on Breath of the Wild, be sure to read Nadia's op-ed on why BOTW 2 needs to be as weird as Majora's Mask.. Elsewhere, there's Mike's original review of the game.

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Tom Orry

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Tom started life on a circus in Australia before his family moved to the UK. His love of gaming started soon after, which essentially meant he bought every video game magazine available and worked numerous part-time jobs as a child in order to afford costly N64 games. He created UK site, of which he was the Editor for over a decade. He now doesn't like circuses.

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