Style your paragliding.
In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, the paraglider is one of Link’s most important tools. It lets you glide through the air over the world’s scenery. The paraglider has a simple, neutral look when you first get it, but you can change that at the dye shop in Hateno Village.
You can get different paraglider fabrics by scanning amiibos, taking reference shots to show Sayge, or getting them as rewards for doing side quests. Customizing your paraglider is a great way to show your love for your favorite characters or games from the series, as there are many styles to choose from.
Lon Lon Ranch Fabric
You have to scan the Ocarina of Time Link amiibo until it drops to get the Lon Lon Ranch fabric. The sign of Lon Lon Ranch, which is a cute cow, is printed on a bright blue piece of fabric.
In Tears of the Kingdom, Lon Lon Ranch has been left to fall apart, but its mark can still be seen around Hyrule on the Fresh Milk item. The Lon Lon Ranch in Ocarina of Time is a favorite place for fans, so it’s great to see it as a paraglider fabric.
Majora’s Mask Fabric
This paraglider cloth is a tribute to the game Majora’s Mask. The mask is in the front and center of the design, giving it the name of the game. But you’ll need to scan the Majora’s Mask Link amiibo in order to use this fabric on your paraglider.
The mask’s bright yellow eyes stand out, as if they are looking right at you as you slide across Hyrule. For a full look, you could pair this paraglider with the Fierce Deity Armor set or even Majora’s Mask. This is the paraglider fabric to use if you want Tears of the Kingdom to have the creepy feel of Majora’s Mask.
Hudson Construction Fabric
Hudson was a famous NPC in Breath of the Wild, and his business, Hudson Construction, is doing well in Tears of the Kingdom. When you finish the side quest “Home on Arrange” and build your dream house just outside of Tarrey Town, you’ll get the “Hudson Construction Fabric.”
On the cloth of the paraglider, there is a picture of the man and Hylian writing that says, “Make your own house.” When you use this paraglider cloth, you let the people of Hyrule know about Hudson Construction and where they can go to build their dream home.
In Tears of the Kingdom, Hyrule is full of Koroks, just like in Breath of the Wild. You have to solve their tasks and help some of them find their friends. If you give Oaki the flowers they need to finish The Secret Room side quest in Korok Forest, you’ll get the Korok fabric as a prize.
The Korok cloth is off-white, and the top is lined with leaf masks. The color of the tassels hanging from the paraglider matches the color of the masks, which helps the design flow together.
Link’s Awakening is mentioned in the Egg cloth, so you can only get it by scanning the Link’s Awakening amiibo. The pattern on the fabric is like the game’s opening screen. It shows the Wind Fish’s egg surrounded by clouds.
The design uses an image that is quickly recognizable and also looks good. The pink and blue colors on this paraglider fabric go well together, and the same color scheme is also used on the bows at the bottom. When you wear it with the Awakening set of armor, you’ll feel like you’ve gone right to Koholint.
Tunic Of Memories
The Tunic of Memories fabric is based on Link’s Champion Tunic from Breath of the Wild, as the name suggests. If you scan the Archer Link amiibo, you can get this fabric.
Link’s basic blue outfit in Breath of the Wild was a change for the series. The color was chosen so that Link would stand out against the green environment. The paraglider cloth is an exact copy of the tunic, with the Master Sword emblem in the middle and the pattern from the sleeves at the bottom.
Link gets the Sailcloth, which was made by Zelda, for winning the Wing Ceremony in Skyward Sword. The Goddess fabric has the same pattern as the Sailcloth. With its flying sky islands, Tears of the Kingdom has a lot in common with Skyward Sword. Using this fabric will remind you of when you jumped off Link’s Loftwing and landed on the Surface.
Like the fabric from Skyward Sword, the Goddess fabric is white and has the Hylian Crest in blue on it. It looks simple, but it’s a nice nod to Eggy Car.
Demon King Fabric
Ganondorf came back in Tears of the Kingdom. He hadn’t been in a major Zelda game since Twilight Princess in 2006. You can use the Demon King cloth, which drops from the Ganondorf amiibo, to remember that Ganondorf is back.
It has a simple pattern with parts of Ganondorf’s symbols, like the Gerudo Crest at the top. It might seem strange for the hero of Hyrule to wear the Demon King’s symbol, but the design is so good, how could he not?
Gleeoks were first seen in the first Legend of Zelda game as minibosses. They didn’t show up again until Tears of the Kingdom, a long time after they were last seen in Phantom Hourglass. In Tears of the Kingdom, Gleeoks are dangerous enemies with different elemental types. To get the fabric for the paraglider, you’ll need to get close enough to one to take a picture and then use it as a guide.
With its three heads silhouetted against the sun and a red glow, the Gleeok fabric does a great job of showing how scary the dragon is. The pattern along the bottom is a nice final touch.
Mirror Of Twilight Fabric
In Twilight Princess, the Mirror of Twilight is the link between Hyrule and the Twilight Realm. After his failed execution, Ganondorf is sent to the Twilight Realm through the mirror. In Tears of the Kingdom, you can scan the Wolf Link amiibo to get the Mirror of Twilight fabric, but it doesn’t drop very often.
The fabric of the paraglider has the same geometric design as the mirror, but it also has pink, yellow, and blue colors that almost make it look holographic. When you glide at night or in the Depths, the fabric glows just like the mirror.