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Graceful boots
Graceful boots Graceful boots (Arceuus) Graceful boots (Piscarilius) Graceful boots (Lovakengj) Graceful boots (Shayzien) Graceful boots (Hosidius) Graceful boots (BW)
Release date 5 December 2013 (Update)
Members only? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? No
Equipable? Yes
Stackable? No
High Alch 24 coins
Low Alch 16 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price 40 Marks of grace
(Grace)
Weight Inventory: 0
Equipped: -4  kg
Examine
For your graceful feet.
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Graceful boots detail

The Graceful boots are part of the Graceful clothing set. They cost 40 Marks of Grace from Grace in the Rogues' Den.

Although the boots of lightness are easily obtained and reduce weight by 4.5 kg ( compared to 4 kg of the Graceful boots), the Graceful boots are needed for the full outfit's effect, which increases the run energy restore rate by 30%. With this in mind, it is most practical to buy the boots last if buying pieces of the Graceful clothing set one-by-one.

Players who have 100% favour in a House of Great Kourend can use their graceful boots on Osten to recolour them to a House's colours for 15 Marks of Grace. Grace will buy it back for 32 Marks of Grace.

Bonuses
Hover over image for type Graceful outfit equipped
A player wearing the full graceful outfit.
Attack-icon Attack bonus
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic-icon Ranged-icon
+0 +0 +0 +0 +0
Defence-icon Defence bonus
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic-icon Ranged-icon
+0 +0 +0 +0 +0
Other bonuses Slot
Strength-icon RangedStrength-icon MagicDamage-icon Prayer-icon

Boots slotlist

+0 0 0% +0


Trivia Edit

  • The wings attached to the heels of these boots resemble those on the Helm of Neitiznot.
  • The wings on the boots are likely a reference to the ancient roman god Mercury, the messenger of the gods.

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