If a player wore the pieces of armour that offered the maximum weight reduction (Graceful hood, Graceful top, Graceful legs, Boots of lightness, Penance gloves, and Spottier cape), that player would achieve the lowest possible weight of –27.5 kilograms.
The Graceful outfit set increases the rate at which energy is restored by 30%. Even if a player isn't wearing the entire set (extra +10% faster run energy restoration rate set effect), any individual graceful item is still likely preferable to its potential non-graceful counterpart. Key exceptions include the majority of situations involving level 20+ Wilderness, ad bringing more than three graceful items (or when otherwise risking a graceful item on death), as replacing lost graceful equipment is much more time and effort intensive (compared to e.g. lightness boots, which can be easily re-obtained from its spawn location or quickly repurchased for 9,800gp from Perdu, or spotted/spottier capes, which can be re-obtained cheaply from the Grand Exchange or by giving Asyff two spotted kebbit fur and 400gp or two dashing kebbit fur and 800gp, respectively).
Weight-reducing armour is very useful in skills and quests that involve a lot of running because run energy decreases relative to a player's weight (e.g. lower weight means less run energy depleted). Agility obstacles also have a greater chance of being completed if the player is lighter. Other weightless items exist and can be used without penalising a player's weight.
Having negative weight is the same as having 0.0kg of weight in terms of run energy depletion rates.
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- Boots of lightness can be picked freely from ground, however, they're not tradeable.
- Both Hunter capes can be bought from other players, and worn after meeting the hunter requirement for said capes.
- The Graceful boots are much harder to obtain than the Boots of lightness. In addition to this, Boots of lightness reduce weight by -4.5kg compared to the Graceful boots' -4kg.