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Crazy Cap
SMO Metro Brochure D.png
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
The Crazy Cap logo
The Crazy Cap shop in Tostarena
“Crazy Cap - Go Cap Crazy!”
Ad above New Donk City's store, Super Mario Odyssey

Crazy Cap is a franchise of clothes and cap shops and company that appears in Super Mario Odyssey.

Description[edit]

Each shop is divided into two sections; the yellow sections sell items that the player can buy with global gold coins, while the purple sections requires the player to spend purple regional coins. Their wares range from various outfits and hats to souvenir stickers and models; the shops also sell Life-Up Hearts and Power Moons, often on the yellow side.

The Crazy Cap brand originates in New Donk City of the Metro Kingdom; with the popularity of street performers, the old theater was no longer in much demand, and so was converted to the first and original Crazy Cap store. Since then, the stores have spread all over the world, and appear in most of the kingdoms. Crazy Cap stores will play their theme music on a loop, and can be heard in the overworld once approaching the store.

The employees of each Crazy Cap store are usually residents of the kingdoms where their branches are located. In the case of the Cascade Kingdom, Lost Kingdom, Bowser's Kingdom, and Moon Kingdom, there are no friendly residents, so the employees vary. The only kingdoms that do not have Crazy Cap stores are the Cloud Kingdom, Ruined Kingdom, Dark Side, and Darker Side.

Each shop sells a Power Moon for 100 gold coins, similar to how Mario earns a Power Star in Super Mario 64 and a Shine Sprite in Super Mario Sunshine for collecting 100 coins. This can initially only be done once per kingdom; after completing the game, the player can continue to purchase individual Power Moons from any shop for another 100 coins, or a set of ten for 1,000 coins.

The shop in the Sand Kingdom has an alcove that allows Mario to obtain a Power Moon from the back side. If Mario talks to the Tostarenans who run the shop this way, they will get spooked and tell Mario to use the main entrance in order to purchase their products.

The shop in the Seaside Kingdom is divided into two shops; both are on the backs of yellow and purple Dorries and move around the kingdom.

In the version 1.2.0 update for the game that includes Balloon World, many more outfits and hats were made available in the Crazy Cap stores, and can be purchased after the player has beaten the game; additional clothes are gradually made available as well. All the new outfits are marked as "Special" in the shops.

List of items sold by Crazy Cap[edit]

Clothing[edit]

Image Name Description Price Availability
The Black Top Hat icon. Black Top Hat This classy number is the best seller at Bonneton's Crazy Cap shop.

Note: This hat is a homage to Super Mario All-Stars.

Regional coin from the Cap Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After returning to Cap Kingdom.
The Black Tuxedo icon. Black Tuxedo Bonneton's Crazy Cap shop is famous for these impeccably tailored outfits.

Note: This suit is a homage to Mario Paint.[1]

Regional coin from the Cap Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After returning to Cap Kingdom.
The Caveman Headwear icon. Caveman Headwear Primitive plumbers fashioned these from the skulls of Parabones. Regional coin from the Cascade Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After returning to Cascade Kingdom.
The Caveman Outfit icon. Caveman Outfit Early adventurers wore these outfits for maximum freedom of movement, if not maximum warmth. Regional coin from the Cascade Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After returning to Cascade Kingdom.
The Sombrero icon. Sombrero Traditional Tostarenan hat. Keeps the sun out of your eyes and just plain fun to wear.

Note: This hat is a homage to Qix.

Regional coin from the Sand Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After reaching Sand Kingdom.
The Poncho icon. Poncho Traditional folk dress of the Tostarena region. Keeps the sun off and the breezes on.

Note: This outfit is a homage to Qix.

Regional coin from the Sand Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After reaching Sand Kingdom.
The Cowboy Hat icon. Cowboy Hat A classic hat, perfectly suited for wearing as you ride into sunsets. Regional coin from the Sand Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 20 After reaching Sand Kingdom.
The Cowboy Outfit icon. Cowboy Outfit Old-fashioned duds with a frontier feel. Gunslinging and cow-punching optional. Regional coin from the Sand Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 After reaching Sand Kingdom.
The Swim Goggles icon. Swim Goggles So fashionable you'll want to wear them on land.

Note: This hat is a homage to the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg.

Regional coin for Lake Kingdom 5 After reaching Lake Kingdom.
The Swimwear icon. Swimwear The floaty ring does not actually float—it's just an accent on the outfit.

Note: This outfit is a homage to the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg.

Regional coin for Lake Kingdom 10 After reaching Lake Kingdom.
The Explorer Hat icon. Explorer Hat Just because the territory is uncharted doesn’t mean your head should be uncovered.

Note: This hat is a homage to Mario's Picross.

Regional coin from the Wooded Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After reaching Wooded Kingdom.
The Explorer Outfit icon. Explorer Outfit Clothes that keep you comfortable even in the deepest heart of the wilderness.

Note: This outfit is a homage to Mario's Picross.

Regional coin from the Wooded Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After reaching Wooded Kingdom.
The Scientist Visor icon. Scientist Visor A strange piece of headwear that gives off science-y vibe

Note: This visor is a homage to a Japanese commercial for the Super Game Boy.[2]

Regional coin from the Wooded Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 20 After reaching Wooded Kingdom.
The Scientist Outfit icon. Scientist Outfit It's a scientific fact that nothing says "scientist" like a lab coat.

Note: This outfit is a homage to a Japanese commercial for the Super Game Boy.[2]

Regional coin from the Wooded Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 After reaching Wooded Kingdom.
The Aviator Cap icon. Aviator Cap Gotta keep those ears warm at 33,000 feet.

Note: This cap is a homage to official art of Mario in the Sky Pop from Super Mario Land.

Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 5 After reaching Lost Kingdom.
The Aviator Outfit icon. Aviator Outfit This jacket is how you let people know you're a pilot when you're not in a cockpit. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 10 After reaching Lost Kingdom.
The Builder Helmet icon. Builder Helmet Whether you're building or inspecting, you gotta keep your head safe.

Note: This helmet is a homage to Super Mario Maker.

Regional coin from the Metro Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After reaching Metro Kingdom.
The Builder Outfit icon. Builder Outfit The perfect outfit whether you're constructing or inspecting the construction work of others.

Note: This outfit is a homage to Super Mario Maker.

Regional coin from the Metro Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After reaching Metro Kingdom.
The Golf Cap icon. Golf Cap You're not playing golf unless everyone is staring at your hat.

Note: This cap is a homage to Family Computer Golf: U.S. Course and NES Open Tournament Golf.

Regional coin from the Metro Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 20 After reaching Metro Kingdom.
The Golf Outfit icon. Golf Outfit What?! Wait let me turn down my outfit so I can hear you!

Note: This outfit is a homage to Family Computer Golf: U.S. Course and NES Open Tournament Golf.

Regional coin from the Metro Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 After reaching Metro Kingdom.
The Snow Hood icon. Snow Hood A down hood that keeps the cold from making you bitter. Regional coin from the Snow Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After reaching Snow Kingdom.
The Snow Suit icon. Snow Suit After decades of ice levels, FINALLY a good, warm jacket. Regional coin from the Snow Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After reaching Snow Kingdom.
The Resort Hat icon. Resort Hat This hat is made for breathability, aiding in relaxation. Regional coin from the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After reaching Seaside Kingdom.
The Resort Outfit icon. Resort Outfit This outfit lets everyone know you take your relaxing seriously. Regional coin from the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After reaching Seaside Kingdom.
The Sailor Hat icon. Sailor Hat A hat respected the world over, especially the parts near water. Regional coin from the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 20 After reaching Seaside Kingdom.
The Sailor Suit icon. Sailor Suit Of all uniforms, the one that is most likely to get really, really wet. Regional coin from the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 After reaching Seaside Kingdom.
The Chef Hat icon. Chef Hat Anyone wearing one of these makes many friends on Mount Volbono.

Note: This hat is a homage to Yoshi's Cookie.

Regional coin from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 After reaching Luncheon Kingdom.
The Chef Suit icon. Chef Suit Red scarves are a staple of fashion on Mount Volbono.

Note: This suit is a homage to Yoshi's Cookie.

Regional coin from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 After reaching Luncheon Kingdom.
The Painter's Cap icon. Painter's Cap Is it even really painting if you're not wearing one of these?

Note: This cap is a homage to Mario Artist.

Regional coin from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 20 After reaching Luncheon Kingdom.
The Painter Outfit icon. Painter Outfit Just the outfit you'd expect to see on a painter. Prestained for your convenience.

Note: This outfit is a homage to Mario Paint and the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg.

Regional coin from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 After reaching Luncheon Kingdom.
The Samurai Helmet icon. Samurai Helmet The samurai wore helmets that were functional AND fancy.

Note: This helmet is a homage to a Super Mario RunMedia:SMR_Mario_Samurai.jpg shirt worn by Miyamoto and the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg. Its design, with the antlers and six coins, is based on that of the helmet of the famous samurai Sanada Yukimura.

Regional coin for Bowser's Kingdom 5 After reaching Bowser's Kingdom.
The Samurai Armor icon. Samurai Armor The samurai basically walked around wearing works of art.

Note: This armor is a homage to a Super Mario RunMedia:SMR_Mario_Samurai.jpg shirt worn by Miyamoto and the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg.

Regional coin for Bowser's Kingdom 10 After reaching Bowser's Kingdom.
The Happi Headband icon. Happi Headband This coiled headband is perfect when you want to cover just a BIT of your head. Regional coin for Bowser's Kingdom 20 After reaching Bowser's Kingdom.
The Happi Outfit icon. Happi Outfit Traditional clothing designed to be easy to move around in at a festival.

Note: The text on the garment reads "Nintendo" in Japanese.

Regional coin for Bowser's Kingdom 25 After reaching Bowser's Kingdom.
The Space Helmet icon. Space Helmet When you need to avoid the void. Regional coin for Moon Kingdom 5 After reaching Moon Kingdom.
The Space Suit icon. Space Suit The preferred outfit for steps and leaps of any size. Regional coin for Moon Kingdom 10 After reaching Moon Kingdom.
The Mario 64 Cap icon. Mario 64 Cap A charmingly blocky version of a classic.

Note: This cap is a homage to Super Mario 64.

Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 15 After reaching Mushroom Kingdom.
The Mario 64 Suit icon. Mario 64 Suit When you just want to wrap yourself in nostalgia.

Note: This suit is a homage to Super Mario 64.

Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 20 After reaching Mushroom Kingdom.
The Employee Cap icon. Employee Cap A Crazy Cap original! SMO coin.png 50 After completing Cascade Kingdom.
The Employee Uniform icon. Employee Uniform Show your Crazy Cap brand loyalty with this striking outfit! SMO coin.png 150 After completing Cascade Kingdom.
The Boxer Shorts icon. Boxer Shorts Comfortable, breezy boxers in a vibrant mushroom-like pattern.

Note: This outfit is a homage to a Summer 2016 wallpaper from Nintendo of Japan and in Play Nintendo[3][4].

SMO coin.png 1000 After completing Cascade Kingdom.
The Fashionable Cap icon. Fashionable Cap An upscale upgrade to an upstanding hero's upper half.

Note: This cap is a homage to a Japanese commercial for the New Nintendo 3DS.

SMO coin.png 50 After reaching Lake Kingdom.
The Fashionable Outfit icon. Fashionable Outfit I'm not clashing. YOU'RE clashing!

Note: This outfit is a homage to a Japanese commercial for the New Nintendo 3DS.

SMO coin.png 150 After reaching Lake Kingdom.
The Mechanic Cap icon. Mechanic Cap A good hat to wear when it's time to get down to work

Note: This cap is a homage to Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally.

SMO coin.png 50 After reaching Wooded Kingdom.
The Mechanic Outfit icon. Mechanic Outfit An outfit seemingly doomed to get stained in motor oil.

Note: This outfit is a homage to Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally, and has Bowser Oil, Bullet Bill Speed Trial, Mario Motors and Mario Work Gear patches on it from Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

SMO coin.png 150 After reaching Wooded Kingdom.
The Black Fedora icon. Black Fedora Perfect for business, business-casual, casual, or casual business! SMO coin.png 50 After reaching Metro Kingdom.
The Black Suit icon. Black Suit You can wear this outfit anywhere - it always looks good. SMO coin.png 150 After reaching Metro Kingdom.
The Pirate Hat icon. Pirate Hat YARRRR! SMO coin.png 50 After reaching Seaside Kingdom.
The Pirate Outfit icon. Pirate Outfit Whether plundering cargo or burying treasure, you're gonna need an extremely fancy coat. SMO coin.png 150 After reaching Seaside Kingdom.
The Clown Hat icon. Clown Hat The perfect hat for pratfalls, teeny cars, and wasting good pie. SMO coin.png 50 After reaching Luncheon Kingdom.
The Clown Suit icon. Clown Suit Roomy enough for all your tumbling needs, colorful enough to be seen from space. SMO coin.png 150 After reaching Luncheon Kingdom.
The Football Helmet icon. Football Helmet A colorful helmet keep one's head safe from sporting life.

Note: This helmet is a homage to the ones worn by Chargin' Chucks.

SMO coin.png 50 After reaching Moon Kingdom.
The Football Uniform icon. Football Uniform Bright colors and big shoulder pads never go out of fashion.

Note: This uniform is a homage to the ones worn by Chargin' Chucks. Additionally, the number 64 references the Nintendo 64.

SMO coin.png 150 After reaching Moon Kingdom.
The Classic Cap icon. Classic Cap For the truly nostalgic. It doesn't get any more classic than this.

Note: This cap is a homage to Mario's original outfit from Donkey Kong.

SMO coin.png 50 Mario amiibo or after reaching Mushroom Kingdom.
The Classic Suit icon. Classic Suit This outfit is still loved by longtime fans. DK has never been a fan though.

Note: This suit is a homage to Mario's original outfit from Donkey Kong.

SMO coin.png 150 Mario amiibo or after reaching Mushroom Kingdom.
The Skeleton Suit icon. Skeleton Suit This skeleton costume uses cutting-edge, er, something to, um... Look we're not sure how this works. But it's cool, right?

Note: This outfit is a homage to how Mario turns into a skeleton when he is electrocuted in Super Mario Galaxy

SMO coin.png 9999 After reaching Mushroom Kingdom.
The Luigi Cap icon. Luigi Cap The standard cap in vivid green. The "L" stands for "winner". SMO coin.png 100 Luigi amiibo or 180 Power Moons.
The Luigi Suit icon. Luigi Suit A bright, green version of an established classic. Green means "lets-a-go!" SMO coin.png 200 Luigi amiibo or 160 Power Moons.
The Doctor Headwear icon. Doctor Headwear Headwear worn by a doctor famous for extremely colorful prescriptions.

Note: This headwear is a reference to Dr. Mario.

SMO coin.png 100 Dr. Mario amiibo or 240 Power Moons.
The Doctor Outfit icon. Doctor Outfit White coat worn by a Doctor famous for fighting our most colorful viruses.

Note: This outfit is a reference to Dr. Mario.

SMO coin.png 200 Dr. Mario amiibo or 220 Power Moons.
The Waluigi Cap icon. Waluigi Cap A cap with an upside down "L" on it. It's barely used! SMO coin.png 100 Waluigi amiibo or 280 Power Moons.
The Waluigi Suit icon. Waluigi Suit This outfit makes you want to lurk in the shadows, waiting for a turn in the spotlight. SMO coin.png 200 Waluigi amiibo or 260 Power Moons.
The Diddy Kong Hat icon. Diddy Kong Hat A red cap with a strikingly long brim. Smells unusual. SMO coin.png 100 Diddy Kong amiibo or 320 Power Moons.
The Diddy Kong Suit icon. Diddy Kong Suit A popular outfit among tail enthusiasts. SMO coin.png 200 Diddy Kong amiibo or 300 Power Moons.
The Wario Cap icon. Wario Cap A cap bearing a distinctive W. It doesn't fit well and kind of chafes. SMO coin.png 100 Wario amiibo or 360 Power Moons.
The Wario Suit icon. Wario Suit The kind of outfit that you want to wash at least once before you wear it. SMO coin.png 200 Wario amiibo or 340 Power Moons.
The Hakama icon. Hakama This traditional outfit has a nontraditional M monogram.

Note: This outfit is a homage to the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg.

SMO coin.png 500 380 Power Moons.
The Bowser's Top Hat icon. Bowser's Top Hat A replica of the unique hat Bowser had specially made for the big day. SMO coin.png 1000 Bowser (Wedding) amiibo or 440 Power Moons.
The Bowser's Tuxedo icon. Bowser's Tuxedo For a terrifying, fire-breathing monster covered in spikes, Bowser sure cleans up nice. SMO coin.png 2000 Bowser (Wedding) amiibo or 460 Power Moons.
The Bridal Veil icon. Bridal Veil A perfect replica of Princess Peach's veil. SMO coin.png 1000 Peach (Wedding) amiibo or 480 Power Moons.
The Bridal Dress icon. Bridal Gown A replica of Peach's wedding dress (though it did have to be altered a bit for Mario's measurements). SMO coin.png 2000 Peach (Wedding) amiibo or 460 Power Moons.
The Gold Mario Cap icon. Gold Mario Cap A seriously shiny hat.

Note: This cap is a homage to Gold Mario from New Super Mario Bros. 2.

SMO coin.png 1000 Gold/Silver Mario amiibo or 520 Power Moons.
The Gold Mario Suit icon. Gold Mario Suit This outfit just goes all the way with the gold thing.

Note: This suit is a homage to Gold Mario from New Super Mario Bros. 2.

SMO coin.png 2000 Gold/Silver Mario amiibo or 500 Power Moons.
The Metal Mario Cap icon. Metal Mario Cap A metal cap that seems somehow familiar...

Note: This cap is a homage to the Metal Cap in Super Mario 64.

SMO coin.png 1000 560 Power Moons.
The Metal Mario Suit icon. Metal Mario Suit When you want to wrap yourself in nostalgia, and then in aluminum foil.

Note: This suit is a homage to the Metal Cap in Super Mario 64.

SMO coin.png 2000 540 Power Moons.
The Musician Hat icon. Musician Hat (Special) A hat that's ideal for backing up a surprisingly talented mayor at a traditional festival. SMO coin.png 500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update.
The Musician Outfit icon. Musician Outfit (Special) The ideal suit for a jazzy retro-pastiche number, ideally performed at a simulated construction site. SMO coin.png 1500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update.
The Sunshine Shades icon. Sunshine Shades (Special) A hat to remind you of an island of endless summer...with sunglasses to protect your eyes from same.

Note: This hat is a homage to the sunglasses the sunglasses vendor gives Mario in Super Mario Sunshine.

SMO coin.png 1500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update.
The Sunshine Outfit icon. Sunshine Outfit (Special) A tropical shirt appropriate for lazing on the beach, watching the dolphins, and perhaps some light graffiti cleanup.

Note: This outfit is a homage to the outfit the sunglasses vendor gives Mario in Super Mario Sunshine.

SMO coin.png 2500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update.
The Knight Helmet icon. Knight Helmet (Special) A plate helm that looks really sturdy...if a bit uncomfortable. SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update.
The Knight Armor icon. Knight Armor (Special) What the true traditionalist wears when rescuing a princess from a fire-breathing monster. SMO coin.png 5000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update.
The Satellaview Helmet icon. Satellaview Helmet (Special) A memento of some forgotten service.

Note: This helmet is worn by Mario in artwork for the Satellaview.[5]

SMO coin.png 500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from March 28, 2018).
The Satellaview Suit icon. Satellaview Suit (Special) This outfit represents what the future used to look like.

Note: This suit is worn by Mario in artwork for the Satellaview.[5]

SMO coin.png 1000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from March 28, 2018).
The Batting Helmet icon. Batting Helmet (Special) A right-hander's batting helmet in bright red. SMO coin.png 1500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from March 28, 2018).
The Baseball Uniform icon. Baseball Uniform (Special) Whether you play baseball or not, you've got to admit those pinstripes are snazzy. SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from March 28, 2018).
SMO Topper Hat.png Topper Hat (Special) A hat that practically demands to be stacked up on top of identical copies of itself and swung dangerously about. SMO coin.png 1500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from April 25, 2018).
SMO Topper Suit.png Topper Suit (Special) A cheap knockoff of a fancy, tailored suit. Smells of carrots and broken promises. SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from April 25, 2018).
SMO Racing Helmet.png Racing Helmet (Special) A helmet that'll get you pumped up for drafting and hairpin turns.

Note: This helmet has a Mario Motors logo on it from Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from May 30, 2018).
SMO Racing Outfit.png Racing Outfit (Special) You will enjoy driving more if you're wearing this outfit, guaranteed.

Note: This outfit has Boomerang Bros. International Airlines, Bullet Bill Speed Trial, Fuzzy Battery, Galaxy Air, Green Shell Taxi, Mario Motors, Mario Kart TV, Rainbow Exploration Agency, Red Shell Strike Equipment and Sunshine Airport patches on it from Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

SMO coin.png 5000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from May 30, 2018).
Rango Hat from Super Mario Odyssey Rango Hat (Special) A near-perfect replica of Rango's hat...except for the awesome saw blades and trampoline capability. Sigh... SMO coin.png 1500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from June 27, 2018).
The Rango suit from Super Mario Odyssey Rango Suit (Special) A humble outfit that does the job effectively, if not glamorously. Or efficiently. Or smartly. Or even not-dumbly. SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from June 27, 2018).
The Hariet Hat from the August 2018 update of Super Mario Odyssey Hariet Hat (Special) A hat you should not wear until after thoroughly checking it for explosives. SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from August 1, 2018).
The Hariet Suit from Super Mario Odyssey Hariet Suit (Special) An outwardly lovely gown, the interior structure has rotted away and is holding on by a thread. SMO coin.png 5000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from August 1, 2018).
The Spewart Hat from Super Mario Odyssey Spewart Hat (Special) A hat you should definitely wash thoroughly before wearing, given Spewart's...hobbies. SMO coin.png 1500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from August 29, 2018).
The Spewart Suit from Super Mario Odyssey Spewart Suit (Special) An outfit that reminds one of school days—of reading, of writing, and of full-body finger painting. SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from August 29, 2018).
The Conductor Wig from Super Mario Odyssey Conductor Wig (Special) A wig that reminds one of the greatest (and baldest?) conductors.

Note: This wig is worn by Mario in artwork for Mario Paint.[6]

SMO coin.png 500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from September 26, 2018).
The Conductor Outfit from Super Mario Odyssey Conductor Outfit (Special) An outfit designed for the tiny part of all of us that wants to wave a stick at musicians.

Note: This outfit is worn by Mario in artwork for Mario Paint.[6]

SMO coin.png 1000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from September 26, 2018).
The Zombie Headwear from Super Mario Odyssey Zombie Headwear (Special) A masterwork of practical effects. SMO coin.png 3000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from October 17, 2018).
The Zombie Outfit from Super Mario Odyssey Zombie Outfit (Special) When an outfit crosses the line between "distressed" and "undead." SMO coin.png 5000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from October 17, 2018).
The Santa Hat from Super Mario Odyssey Santa Hat (Special) Another red hat beloved by children.

Note: This hat is a homage to the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg.

SMO coin.png 500 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from November 21, 2018).
The Santa Outfit from Super Mario Odyssey Santa Outfit (Special) The only thing this outfit is missing is a big bag of power-up items for the kids.

Note: This outfit is a homage to the 2016 Club Nintendo calendarMedia:2016 Club Nintendo Calendar Art.jpg.

SMO coin.png 1000 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from November 21, 2018).
The 8-Bit Mario Cap from Super Mario Odyssey 8-Bit Mario Cap (Special) A hat that takes you back to where it all began.

Note: This outfit is a homage to the 8-bit Modern Color 30th Anniversary Mario amiibo.

SMO coin.png 9999 After completing the main game with the version 1.2.0 update (available from November 21, 2018).

Souvenirs[edit]

Image Name Description Price Kingdom
The Plush Frog souvenir icon. Plush Frog These little froggies wear tiny top hats for self-defense, which looks so darn cute, they made a toy version! Regional coin from the Cap Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Cap Kingdom
The Bonneton Tower Model souvenir icon. Bonneton Tower Model This model of a tower in the Cap Kingdom is popular with tourists thanks to its faithful re-creation and detailed craftsmanship. Regional coin from the Cap Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Cap Kingdom
The T-Rex Model souvenir icon. T-Rex Model This dino's pose is so impressively lifelike, you can almost hear it roar! Regional coin from the Cascade Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Cascade Kingdom
The Triceratops Trophy souvenir icon. Triceratops Trophy A replica of a real dinosaur fossil from the Cascade Kingdom. Hang this on a wall, and it'll completely transform a room! Regional coin from the Cascade Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Cascade Kingdom
The Inverted Pyramid Model souvenir icon. Inverted Pyramid Model A famous location in the Tostarena ruins. Even the tiniest details are faithfully re-created, like the reliefs etched onto the walls. Regional coin from the Sand Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Sand Kingdom
The Jaxi Statue souvenir icon. Jaxi Statue In the Tostarena region, the Jaxi has lived alongside the people since the ancient times. This statue is made from the stones of the ruins! Regional coin from the Sand Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Sand Kingdom
The Underwater Dome souvenir icon. Underwater Dome This snow globe featuring the Water Plaza in Lake Lamode uses water from the Lake Kingdom. Regional coin for Lake Kingdom 25 Lake Kingdom
The Rubber Dorrie souvenir icon. Rubber Dorrie Fans of the universally loved Dorrie have been clamoring for a quality reproduction like this. It's designed to feel just like the real thing! Regional coin for Lake Kingdom 5 Lake Kingdom
The Flowers from Steam Gardens souvenir icon. Flowers from Steam Gardens This popular arrangement of flowers from Steam Gardens is often given as a gift. Regional coin from the Wooded Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Wooded Kingdom
The Steam Gardener Watering Can souvenir icon. Steam Gardener Watering Can This robot-shaped watering can is designed to look like the people of the Wooded Kingdom. A nice souvenir, it's also great for gardening! Regional coin from the Wooded Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Wooded Kingdom
The Potted Palm Tree souvenir icon. Potted Palm Tree This plant grows all over Forgotten Isle. Hardy enough to thrive even in a poisonous swamp, it has become quite popular with gardeners. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 5 Lost Kingdom
The Butterfly Mobile souvenir icon. Butterfly Mobile Inspired by the butterflies that live on Forgotten Isle, don't be surprised if you find yourself mysteriously losing track of time as you gaze at this beauty. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 25 Lost Kingdom
The Pauline Statue souvenir icon. Pauline Statue The statue of New Donk City's mayor, Pauline, was made as a testament to her enduring popularity. Regional coin from the Metro Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Metro Kingdom
The New Donk City Hall Model souvenir icon. New Donk City Hall Model This miniature model of New Donk City Hall (with working lights!) has been a great hit with fans of Metro Kingdom. Regional coin from the Metro Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Metro Kingdom
The Shiverian Rug souvenir icon. Shiverian Rug Featuring the same patterns as those found on Shiverian clothing, this rug is great for keeping warm from the toes on up! Regional coin from the Snow Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Snow Kingdom
The Shiverian Nesting Dolls souvenir icon. Shiverian Nesting Dolls Open one of these folk-art dolls, and another Shiverian pops out! It's hard to tell them apart, but they're based on winners of past races. Regional coin from the Snow Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Snow Kingdom
The Sand Jar souvenir icon. Sand Jar Each glance at this jar filled with sand from the Bubblaine coast evokes sunny scenes of carefree days at the beach. Regional coin from the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Seaside Kingdom
The Glass Tower Model souvenir icon. Glass Tower Model A replica of the Glass Tower that towers in the center of Bubblaine! Regional coin from the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Seaside Kingdom
The Souvenir Forks souvenir icon. Souvenir Forks Inspired by the people of Mount Volbono, this cute pair of tall and short forks looks a bit like parent and child. Regional coin from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Luncheon Kingdom
The Vegetable Plate souvenir icon. Vegetable Plate This toy food lets you pretend you're cooking with real ingredients from Mount Volbono. They can also be stacked like blocks! Regional coin from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 25 Luncheon Kingdom
The Paper Lantern souvenir icon. Paper Lantern These lanterns are found in Bowser's Castle. In the old days, people used to walk around with them like flashlights! Regional coin for Bowser's Kingdom 5 Bowser's Kingdom
The Jizo Statue souvenir icon. Jizo Statue Found placed all over, these guardian deities watch over travelers in silent protection. Regional coin for Bowser's Kingdom 25 Bowser's Kingdom
The Moon Rock Fragment souvenir icon. Moon Rock Fragment This strange rock fragment was found on Honeylune Ridge. Its effects are...unknown. Regional coin for Moon Kingdom 5 Moon Kingdom
The Moon Lamp souvenir icon. Moon Lamp This spinning moon is a fashionable way to brighten up any room. It's also quite well made and sturdier than it looks! Regional coin for Moon Kingdom 25 Moon Kingdom
The Mushroom Cushion Set souvenir icon. Mushroom Cushion Set This mushroom pattern on these cushions has certainly withstood the test of time. A tablecloth is also included in the set! Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 10 Mushroom Kingdom
The Peach's Castle Model souvenir icon. Peach's Castle Model Who wouldn't want a scale model of this famous castle! Even the beautiful stained glass window in the center has been faithfully re-created. Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 25 Mushroom Kingdom
The Cap Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Cap Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by Top-Hat Tower. Regional coin from the Cap Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Cap Kingdom
The Cascade Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Cascade Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the T-Rex. Regional coin from the Cascade Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Cascade Kingdom
The Sand Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Sand Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the Inverted Pyramid. Regional coin from the Sand Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 Sand Kingdom
The Lake Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Lake Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the Lochlady Dress. Regional coin for Lake Kingdom 5 Lake Kingdom
The Wooded Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Wooded Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the Wedding Bouquet. Regional coin from the Wooded Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 5 Wooded Kingdom
The Lost Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Lost Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by Forgotten Isle. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 10 Lost Kingdom
The Metro Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Metro Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by mayor Pauline. Regional coin from the Metro Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 Metro Kingdom
The Snow Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Snow Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the Bound Bowl Grand Prix. Regional coin from the Snow Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 Snow Kingdom
The Seaside Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Seaside Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the Glass Tower. Regional coin from the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 Seaside Kingdom
The Luncheon Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Luncheon Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the Peronza Plaza. Regional coin from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey 10 Luncheon Kingdom
The Bowser's Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Bowser's Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by Bowser's Castle. Regional coin for Bowser's Kingdom 5 Bowser's Kingdom
The Moon Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Moon Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by the moon. Regional coin for Moon Kingdom 5 Moon Kingdom
The Pipe Sticker souvenir icon. Pipe Sticker A sticker designed to look like a pipe. Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 5 Mushroom Kingdom
The Coin Sticker souvenir icon. Coin Sticker A sticker designed to look like a coin. Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 5 Mushroom Kingdom
The Block Sticker souvenir icon. Block Sticker A sticker designed to look like a block. Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 5 Mushroom Kingdom
The ? Block Sticker souvenir icon. ? Block Sticker A sticker designed to look like a ? block. Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 5 Mushroom Kingdom
The Mushroom Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon. Mushroom Kingdom Sticker A sticker inspired by Peach's Castle. Regional coin for Mushroom Kingdom 10 Mushroom Kingdom

Miscellaneous[edit]

Image Name Description Price Kingdom
A Life-Up Heart in Super Mario Odyssey Life-Up Heart This heart-shaped item raises your maximum life value. SMO coin.png 50 All
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Cap Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was dug up in the Bonneton outskirts. SMO coin.png 100 Cap Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Cascade Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was dug up from the Fossil Falls. SMO coin.png 100 Cascade Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Sand Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was discovered in Tostarena. SMO coin.png 100 Sand Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Lake Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was dredged from the bottom of Lake Lamode. SMO coin.png 100 Lake Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Wooded Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was picked up in Steam Gardens' Deep Woods area. SMO coin.png 100 Wooded Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Lost Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was rescued from Forgotten Isle. SMO coin.png 100 Lost Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Metro Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon from the mean streets of New Donk City. SMO coin.png 100 Metro Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Snow Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was dug out of Shiveria's snow fields. SMO coin.png 100 Snow Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Seaside Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was plucked from the Bubblaine coast. SMO coin.png 100 Seaside Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was saved from the Mount Volbono volcano. SMO coin.png 100 Luncheon Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Bowser's Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was recovered from Bowser's kingdom. SMO coin.png 100 Bowser's Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Moon Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that was almost tripped over in Honeylune Ridge. SMO coin.png 100 Moon Kingdom
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey Mushroom Kingdom Power Moon A Power Moon that periodically appears in the Mushroom Kingdom. SMO coin.png 100 Mushroom Kingdom

Clothing not sold by Crazy Cap[edit]

Image Name Description Availability
The Mario Cap icon. Mario Cap A red hat that has seen its fair share of adventures. Starting hat.
The Mario Suit icon. Mario Suit This tried-and-true outfit has weathered many adventures. Starting suit.
The Captain's Hat icon. Captain's Hat Hat for the captain of the Odyssey, brimming with authority. After restoring the Odyssey.
The Mario's Top Hat icon. Mario's Top Hat A white silk hat, perfect for the biggest day of one's life. Mario (Wedding) amiibo or after reaching Moon Kingdom.
The Mario's Tuxedo icon. Mario's Tuxedo An exquisite coat with tails. WARNING: Do not engage in plumbing while wearing. Mario (Wedding) amiibo or after reaching Moon Kingdom.
The King's Crown icon. King's Crown An impressive crown acquired in Rabbit Ridge. After completing the story mission "Arrival at Rabbit Ridge!".
The King's Outfit icon. King's Outfit This majestic outfit was obtained in Rabbit Ridge. After completing the story mission "Arrival at Rabbit Ridge!".
The Invisibility Hat icon. Invisibility Hat A very rare hat acquired at Culmina Crater. Easy to lose in the closet. After completing the story mission "Long Journey's End".

Profiles[edit]

Super Mario Odyssey[edit]

  • North American website bio: "Crazy Cap is THE must-shop stop for savvy travelers. With franchise locations all across the globe, there's sure to be a Crazy Cap near you. Here are some of things you can buy there-just make sure you bring lots of coins!"
    • Outfits "Look sharp with some stylin' threads! These fancy outfits don't give Mario any special powers, but they might get him into some pretty special places!"
    • Stickers "Customize your ride with some decorative decals for the outside of the Odyssey and show off all the places you've been."
    • Souvenirs "Spruce up the living quarters of the Odyssey with marvelous mementos of your journeys."
    • Power Moons and Life-Up Hearts "Running low on life? Can't find that last Power Moon? No worries-Crazy Cap's got you covered!"

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Names in other languages[edit]

See also: List of Super Mario Odyssey souvenir names in other languages, List of Super Mario Odyssey clothing names in other languages
Language Name Meaning
Japanese クレイジーキャップ
Kureijī Kyappu
Crazy Cap
Chinese (Simplified) 克雷吉佳普
Kèléijí Jiāpǔ
疯狂帽子[7] (Trailer for the China release of Super Mario Odyssey)
Fēngkuáng Màozi
Transliteration of the Japanese name.

Crazy Cap

Chinese (Traditional) 瘋狂帽子
Fēngkuáng Màozi
Crazy Cap
Dutch Crazy Cap Crazy Cap
French Crazy Cap Crazy Cap
German Crazy Cap Crazy Cap
Italian Crazy Cap Crazy Cap
Russian Крейзи Кэп
Kreyzi Kep
Crazy Cap
Spanish Crazy Cap Crazy Cap

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