Custom-fit trimmed masterwork boots

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For other variants of this item, see non-custom-fit, spiked.
Custom-fit trimmed masterwork boots detail.png
Broken custom-fit trimmed masterwork boots detail.png

Custom-fit trimmed masterwork boots are the untradeable version of the trimmed masterwork boots and require 92 Defence to be worn. If a player is wearing at least three pieces of custom-fit trimmed masterwork equipment, 10% for each piece equipped, a minimum of 30% of the damage taken is stored and dealt to the player over the next six seconds as typeless damage.

Custom-fit trimmed masterwork equipment can be obtained by speaking to Elof in the Artisans' Workshop while wearing the full trimmed masterwork equipment set. This process makes the item permanently untradeable and, does not require level 99 Smithing, nor does it require the achievement It Should Have Been Called Aetherium.

This item degrades to a broken, repairable state over 200,000 charges of combat. It can be repaired by using it on an anvil while carrying masterwork boots (unused and untrimmed; this is consumed to repair it). Custom-fit trimmed masterwork armour is meant to never degrade or lose a charge when hit by a current target of a slayer assignment or Soul Reaper task, or within an elite dungeon. Outside of this, it lasts for 200,000 charges, twice as long as trimmed masterwork armour.

Dying to another player in the Wilderness will drop 1,260,000 instead of the boots.

They can be cosmetically altered into the spiked version by taking them and a glorious bar to Elof; this is purely cosmetic and they retain all degradation charges and other mechanics. They can be freely reverted back to the non-spiked version by Elof at any time.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Usage cost[edit | edit source]

Combat charges200,000
Item(s) consumed1 × Masterwork boots.png Masterwork boots
Total GE Price5,493,634
Per hour
Average rate[uc 1]49,443
High rate[uc 2]98,885
Maximum rate[uc 3]164,809
  1. ^ 1,800 charges per hour.
  2. ^ 3,600 charges per hour.
  3. ^ 6,000 charges per hour.

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