Weight-reducing clothing

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Weight-reducing clothing is clothing that players can wear that will reduce their weight. There are currently fourteen items that can be worn to reduce a player's weight. If a player wore the pieces of armour that offered the maximum weight reduction (Exoskeleton headband, Agile top, Agile legs, Boots of lightness, Penance gloves, and Wicked cape), that player would achieve the lowest possible weight of -41.5 kilograms.

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). It can also be useful for moving ores, logs, and other heavy items in large quantities. 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.

Items[edit | edit source]

Item Slot Weight reduced (kg) Method and requirements to obtain Requirements to use
Agile top.png: RS3 Inventory image of Agile top Agile top Torso 12 Complete 250 "perfect" laps of the Advanced Barbarian Outpost Agility Course, which requires 90 Agility Agility (boostable) N/A
Agile legs.png: RS3 Inventory image of Agile legs Agile legs Legs 10 Complete 250 "perfect" laps of the Advanced Gnome Stronghold Agility Course, which requires 85 Agility Agility (boostable) N/A
Boots of lightness.png: RS3 Inventory image of Boots of lightness Boots of lightness Feet 4.5 Found inside the Temple of Ikov; a light source is required N/A
Blood ethereal body.png
Death ethereal body.png
Law ethereal body.png
Infinity ethereal body.png
Ethereal body Torso 9.5 Won on Treasure Hunter or crafted from Rune ethereal fragments (which requires 80 Runecrafting Runecrafting and 20 Invention Invention) N/A
Blood ethereal legs.png
Death ethereal legs.png
Law ethereal legs.png
Infinity ethereal legs.png
Ethereal legs Legs 7.5 Won on Treasure Hunter or crafted from Rune ethereal fragments (which requires 80 Runecrafting Runecrafting and 20 Invention Invention) N/A
Exoskeleton headband.png: RS3 Inventory image of Exoskeleton headband Exoskeleton headband Head 2 Obtained as a reward from the Plague's End quest Plague's End
Exoskeleton torso.png: RS3 Inventory image of Exoskeleton torso Exoskeleton torso Torso 2 Obtained as a reward from the Plague's End quest Plague's End
Exoskeleton legs.png: RS3 Inventory image of Exoskeleton legs Exoskeleton legs Legs 2 Obtained as a reward from the Plague's End quest Plague's End
Exoskeleton bracers.png: RS3 Inventory image of Exoskeleton bracers Exoskeleton bracers Hands 2 Obtained as a reward from the Plague's End quest Plague's End
Gold athlete's hat.png: RS3 Inventory image of Gold athlete's hat Gold athlete's hat Head 1.3 Obtained by spending 1500 contribution points at the Gielinor Games N/A
Gold athlete's shirt.png: RS3 Inventory image of Gold athlete's shirt Gold athlete's shirt Torso 1.3 Obtained by spending 1500 contribution points at the Gielinor Games N/A
Gold athlete's legs.png: RS3 Inventory image of Gold athlete's legs Gold athlete's legs Legs 1.3 Obtained by spending 1500 contribution points at the Gielinor Games N/A
Gold athlete's gloves.png: RS3 Inventory image of Gold athlete's gloves Gold athlete's gloves Hands 1.3 Obtained by spending 1000 contribution points at the Gielinor Games N/A
Gold athlete's shoes.png: RS3 Inventory image of Gold athlete's shoes Gold athlete's shoes Feet 1.3 Obtained by spending 1000 contribution points at the Gielinor Games N/A
Penance gloves.png: RS3 Inventory image of Penance gloves Penance gloves Hands 7 Bought with honour points at Barbarian Assault (150 in each role) or 60 Thaler. 40 Defence Defence
Spotted cape.png: RS3 Inventory image of Spotted cape Spotted cape[1] Cape 2.2 Made from Spotted kebbit fur by the Fancy-dress shop owner.
Ironman badge.png Hardcore Ironman badge.png Ironmen:
40 Hunter Hunter
Spottier cape.png: RS3 Inventory image of Spottier cape Spottier cape[1] Cape 4.5 Made from Dashing kebbit fur by the Fancy-dress shop owner.
Ironman badge.png Hardcore Ironman badge.png Ironmen:
66 Hunter Hunter
Wicked robe top.png: RS3 Inventory image of Wicked robe top Wicked robe top Torso 10 Obtained from Wizard Finix's Runespan shop for 15,000 points. 80 Runecrafting Runecrafting
Wicked legs.png: RS3 Inventory image of Wicked legs Wicked legs Legs 8 Obtained from Wizard Finix's Runespan shop for 7,500 points. 55 Runecrafting Runecrafting
Wicked cape.png: RS3 Inventory image of Wicked cape Wicked cape Cape 6 Obtained from Wizard Finix's Runespan shop for 2,500 points. 30 Runecrafting Runecrafting
  1. ^ a b This cape is tradeable and can be purchased from the Grand Exchange, as can the furs to make it.

Release dates[edit | edit source]

  • On 22 June 2009, extra weight-reducing equipment may be obtained from the advanced agility courses after completing a total of 250 'perfect' (i.e. without failing) laps.
  • On 19 January 2010, the weight of Penance gloves was changed from -4.5 kg to -7 kg.
  • On 30 April 2012, with the arrival of the Runespan, three weight-reducing pieces of armour were introduced, obtainable via purchasing from Wizard Finix's Runecrafting Shop.
  • On 24 July 2012 the Gielinor Games went live and the Athletes sets was released. The bronze, silver and golden Athletes set are all able to reduce weight when worn. As the Gielinor Games event is over the suit cannot be obtained anymore.
  • On 3 November 2014 the body and legs pieces of the Infinity, Law, Blood and Death ethereal outfits became weight-reducing items.