Spider-Man's Uniform is a superhero costume used by Peter Parker, designed by Peter Parker himself and then by Tony Stark.


Captain America: Civil WarEdit

Originally, Peter Parker wore a homemade suit consisting of cheap red and blue clothing such as a blue onesie like suit with a red jumper over the top with the sleeves ripped off and a black spider on the chest, red fingerless gloves with black webbing designs on them and black squinted goggles to fight crime in New York City; he hid this suit from his Aunt May by hiding it in a loft above his room which came down on a rope whenever someone opened it. Parker apparently abandoned this suit when Tony Stark visited him and decided to make him a new suit after jokingly mocking it.

Tony Stark constructed a new-and-improved suit for Peter Parker after visiting him and seeing the old costume he used to fight crime as Spider-Man. This new suit was more tight fitting and the exact same color as his old suit. He used this suit in a battle between Captain America's faction. After returning from Germany, Tony Stark allowed Peter to keep the Spider-Man suit, on the condition that he does not attract attention to himself and remains close to the ground.

Spider-Man: HomecomingEdit

Since debuting as Spider-Man, Peter continues to use the suit as he patrols his hometown of Queens, New York City. Having gotten adjusted to the suit, Peter adapted the Web-Shooters with his own unique formula of webbing stored in tiny web cartridges. When Peter first encountered The Vulture who dragged him high up into the atmosphere, a parachute pack was activated from the back spider insignia pulling Peter downwards into the ocean. Immediately Iron Man appeared to rescue Peter. Stark had given the suit with all sorts of high-tech tools and a homing device. Peter removed the tacker and discovered that a sub-system was built into the suit that Stark had immobilized with the "Training wheels protocol". Deactivating the protocol opened up the hidden A.I. system whom Peter named "Karen".

After Peter accidentally put innocent people in danger on the Staten Island Ferry, Stark confiscated the suit that he made him. Still wanting to fight crime and hide his identity, Peter used his homemade Spider-Man suit to battle Vulture and prevent him from stealing the weapons that were aboard a plane that was transporting the goods from Avengers Tower to the Avengers Facility. After Vulture's arrest, Stark offered Peter a chance to join the Avengers by offering him a new Spider-Man suit, but Peter declined and returned home where Stark had returned him the Spider-Man suit with a note that said it belong to him now.

Avengers: Infinity WarEdit

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Capabilities Edit

Original Suit Edit

  • Homemade Suit: Peter originally wore a homemade suit out of cheap clothing which involved with a red hoodie, red mask with black goggles, fingerless gloves, red shoes, blue pants and shirt. The capabilities of the suit include:
    • Goggles: Peter wore black goggles to help him focus with his enhanced senses which he described as being "dialed up to eleven".
    • Web-Shooters: Peter constructed twin set of web-shooters to allow him to shoot extremely sticky webbing which he made the Web Formula out of science materials.

Upgraded Suit Edit

  • Upgraded Suit: During the Avengers Civil War, Tony Stark made Peter a more upgraded suit with eye lenses to let him focus with his enhanced senses along with upgraded web-shooters and combat mode: The capabilities of the suit include:
    • Eye Lenses: Spider-Man's eye lenses, much like his original suit's goggles, appears to be modeled after camera shutters, giving him a squinting look when they close in and provide him a greater depth of field. This mechanism also helps Parker filter out extra stimuli. The lenses also allow Spider-Man to see in different spectrums, as well as display a HUD for Peter to use.
      • HUD: The suit has an inbuilt AR heads-up display system, powered by Karen allowing Spider-Man to analyze his surroundings.
      • X-Ray Vision: Peter can ask Karen to switch his visuals into a different visual spectrum, allowing him to see through several objects.
    • A.I.: The suit has an inbuilt A.I. system named Karen, similar to Tony Stark ’s F.R.I.D.A.Y., that informs Spider-Man on changing tactical situations, as well as providing diagnostic reports. This feature was initially set to activate after Peter completed the Training Wheels Protocol but was unblocked by Ned Leeds. Karen records and stores data while the suit is in use through the Baby Monitor Protocol, allowing Spider-Man to access a personal database and review information he may have overlooked previously, or to research further into people or events he's previously encountered. Karen is also able to suggest and activate features of the suit without Spider-Man's command, such as when she activated the suit's 'Advanced Reconnaissance Mode' when Peter needed help surveying a couple criminals.
    • Enhanced Durability: Made using a highly endurant fabric, Spider-Man's new suit is highly tear resistant, as seen when it received no damage after being dragged along the streets after a van, withstood the strain of Spider-Man holding the Staten Island Ferry together, as well as when it was unscathed by shards of shattered glass during the Rescue at the Washington Monument. In addition, the suit is resistant to water damage, as showcased when the suit and its technological capabilities were unaffected despite being submerged in water.
    • Upgraded Web-Shooters: His web-shooters were upgraded as they were given more upgraded web-shooting such as web grenade, taser webs, splitter webs, ricochet webs, spider-tracers, and a spider-signal.
    • Utility Belt: The belt attached to the suit can hold up to six spare web cartridges to be used as a refill for Spider-Man's Web-Shooters.
    • Web Wings: Between the arms and sides, two web wings appear which can allow Spider-Man to glide through the air safely. They can be retracted for when he doesn't need them, and are typically only used for when he's too high or not enough places for him to swing from.
    • Vacuum Seal: By pressing the emblem on the chest, Peter can have the suit expand and become several sizes larger, allowing him to slip out of the suit easily. It appears that he can still wear undergarments such as boxer shorts under the suit due to the same process compressing the suit through vents located on his shoulders and the top of his calves, making it appear as though he's not wearing anything underneath.
    • Enhanced Reconnaissance Mode: This mode allows Spider-Man's hearing and optics to be enhanced. It enables both X-Ray and infrared vision to see through solid objects and locate his target. It also allows for enhanced hearing to the point that he can hear conversations from awhile away. It also corresponds to the suit's databases, allowing for data retrieval about certain individuals and their backgrounds.
    • Combat Mode: The suit has an enhanced combat mode which can allow Peter to fight his enemies in a more better combat mode. There is an instant kill mode featured in the combat mode which Peter did not accept. A specific effect of this function was its default "Rapid Fire" setting for the web-shooters, allowing them to rapidly fire web projectiles.
      • Instant-Kill Mode: As the name suggests, it allows Spider-Man and his webs to attack in manners that could kill a target in a fraction of a second. This is Spider-Man's least favorite feature, considering how often he nudges against using it despite furthering learning how to use the suit. While in Instant-Kill Mode, the suit's eye lenses enclose together exposing only a small red light emitting from the eyes.
    • Reconnaissance Drone: The spider emblem on the chest can detach itself from Spider-Man which can act as a tracking device which allows Spider-Man to find his enemies easily.
    • Interrogation Mode: Spider-Man's voice is digitally altered to sound deep, gravely and intimidating in order to better interrogate criminals.
    • GPS Tracking System: The suit has a GPS tracking system which allows Spider-Man to follow where the Spider-Drone is, it can even allow Iron Man to find Spider-Man as well.
    • Heater: There is a heater in the suit which can keep Spider-Man warm, it can even allow Spider-Man to dry himself if he falls into water.
    • Communication System: The suit has a built-in communication system, this was shown when Peter received a phone call from Aunt May (which he denied when he was attempting to save his friends trapped in the Washington Monument) and entered a video-chat with Tony Stark. He was only able to communicate Iron Man by Bluetooth speakers, not with the actual suit.

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Trivia Edit

  • In the comics, the suit was designed by Peter Parker himself, until during Civil War, Tony Stark made him an Iron Spider Armor to help him fight during the Superhero Civil War.
  • His original homemade suit resembles to Ben Reilly's costume but with the color palette swapped.


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