Square Enix and Eidos Montréal have added a costume to Shadow Of The Tomb Raider that doesn’t involve flip flops.

The official Tomb Raider Twitter account has revealed Square Enix’s newest DLC for Shadow Of The Tomb Raider. Called The Price Of Survival, the DLC will feature a new tomb for Lara to somersault over poisonous traps while defeating an army of elite soldiers. Perhaps more exciting than an additional tomb is that the DLC comes with a costume that isn’t tribal.

Although Shadow Of The Tomb Raider is a very good game that was unfortunately a victim of being released in the same month as Marvel’s Spider-Man, one of the most understandable complaints from gamers is about its costumes. Aside from the skins of previous games, pretty much every costume in the modern reboot’s finale is boring tribal garments that all mesh together. So, for some, the Price of Survival’s Classic Trinity Gear will be a welcome surprise.

“Equip yourself with the Classic Trinity stealth pack,” says Community Manager Morrigan Johnen. “This vintage outfit features the Hunter’s Array, allowing your steps to be quieter while running. The outfit also increases the effect of perception plants, giving long-lasting vision to hunt your enemies.”

Unfortunately, the costume isn’t Lara’s iconic shorts and tank top combination. Instead, it’s an admittedly bland get-up that is only somewhat decent because it doesn’t involve flip flops.

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. If for some reason you thought Eidos Montréal made Lara ugly, then you’ll be happy to know there’s a mod that recaptures the British lass’ sex appeal from Rise Of The Tomb Raider.