Full body garment made from chemical-resistant fabric. Protects the wearer from direct contact with hazardous materials.
In 1946, British Troop member Helen Byrne engineered the material and created a one-size-fits-all pattern in an effort to reduce her Troop's exposure to monster-related fluids.
Worn by Troop members, scientists, researchers, military personnel, emergency response teams, and anyone who hopes to function safely in a highly toxic or monster-ridden environment. Use with caution, as hazmat suits may limit peripheral vision and mobility. Standard issue.