Like Batman, Catwoman had her own signature Suit which she used in her “job,” though hers was thievery. It was a black, latex, full body suit, a hood with cat ears mounted on top, and a pair of Red Goggles which contained heat sensing lenses, that were used in Catwoman's Thief Vision.
It was a zip up suit, and was completed by a pair of boots and gloves, with the Clawed Gloves having retractable claws on each finger. Unlike Batman's, Catwoman's suit didn't necessarily, have a fair amount of either defensive or offensive qualities. It was neither knife-proof nor bulletproof, which made the suit purely cosmetic, though that was possibly in an effort to make her moves faster.
Arkham Origins Blackgate Incident
Arkham City Incident
Catwoman was seen in the suit throughout the whole game. Like Batman's suit, it became ripped and shot over time, and showed battle damage.
Arkham Knight Incident
The Catsuit returned, mostly unchanged from Arkham City. Catwoman's Thief Vision wasn't working, as it may have been broken when she was captured by The Riddler. While the suit wasn't damaged, Catwoman's face, however, was significantly damaged; it had numerous cuts and bleeding.
- In Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition for the Wii U, Catwoman used an Armored Catsuit exclusive to the Wii U version. Unlike her original Catsuit that appeared in the other console versions of' Arkham City, it featured armor in its design and was more suited for combat.
- A thing to note was that the Catsuit was zipped down, revealing Catwoman's cleavage.