Graceful boots

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The graceful boots are part of the graceful outfit, costing 40 marks of grace from Grace in the Rogues' Den. When worn, they reduce weight by 4kg and increase the rate of the player's natural run energy restoration by 3%. When worn with the rest of the outfit, the rate is increased to 30%.

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 it to a House's colours for 15 marks of grace, or a pure white colour if they have 100% favour in all Houses.

Alternatively, they may have it recoloured dark blue by speaking to Pirate Jackie the Fruit for 250 agility arena tickets (this requires having the full set).

Or, they may have it recoloured Dark by using dark dye purchasable from Mysterious Stranger for 300 hallowed marks.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 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 Greek/Roman god Hermes/Mercury, the messenger of the gods.