This one has had a few iterations, but the classic silver look is the coolest. It was developed by Peter Parker to make him bullet proof, though it did slow down his spider-like reflexes a bit. It could be a nice addition to pop up in the third act of a sequel down the line if Spidey needed to deflect some bullets.
When Miles Morales took over as Spider-Man, the writers soon decided to give the suit an awesome black and red redesign. There were rumors Webb would take some major cues from this suit in his sequel, but he only stole those big eye holes.
Spidey teamed up with the Fantastic Four for a while on their Future Foundation, to help solve the worlds problems. In addition to an awesome mandate, the group also had some pretty stylish white suits.
A far future version of Spidey, he has super-strong bionic arms and the ability to time travel. The suit has a slight Captain America vibe, and who wouldn’t want to see an awesome, future-set Spidey store on the big screen?
When Spider-Man’s costume needed a little more oomph (and super powers) he turned to Tony Stark for some high-tech help. The result looked like a combination of all the good parts of Iron Man and Spider-Man. Sadly, we’ll probably never have a chance to see this one until all the Marvel characters are back under one film studio roof.
All the movies have flirted with the original design, but nothing has emulated the all-too-classic look of the old Spidey suit. Of course, with all its hand-sewn simplicity, it’d be tough to actually make this look kick-ass on the big screen.