The Flamebreaker Armor is a full plate armor present in the videogame The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which protects the wearer from heat. When fully upgraded, it makes the wearer fireproof and immune to damage from contact with flames or hot objects, including hardened magma, but not including molten lava.
What the Flamebreaker Armor seems to be is a protective armor that doesn't let the heat get through it. There seems to be a rubber or protective inside, with pieces of metal on the outside which honestly doesn't help its case. The suit seems to be made out of rubber, with pieces of metal all around it with a giant circular metal helmet, similar to early diving helmets.
Maybe this metal has insane melting temperatures because Gorons (a fantasy race of underground dwellers, rock-eating people) use metal for their buildings and bridges. And yet in the game they also smith with pieces of metal that seem to glow red with heat. So maybe it's made out of that metal.
Anyway, would this kind of armor be able to protect its wearer against high temperatures, as in the game?