Golden Boots are an armored footwear for the player made of gold bars. Only give 1 point of armor (half of the armor icon), and wear out quickly. Golden boots can be enchanted with Strength or Weightlessness, can be repaired
Gold boots as armor
Tricks and tips
Two broken (unenchanted) shoes can be combined into one more complete shoe in the inventory window or on the workbench.
- Minecraft versions: 1.19.2 /1.19.1 /1.19 /1.18.2 /1.18.1 /1.18 /1.17 /1.16
- ID: golden_boots
How to craft gold boots
Here is how to craft gold boots in Minecraft. The crafting recipe specifies the required ingredients and their location in Minecraft.
To craft gold boots in Minecraft you will need: This. These ingredients should be placed on the workbench as shown in the picture below. To open the workbench, you need to right-click on the installed workbench.
Where to find gold boots
Here’s where you can find gold boots in Minecraft, i.e. where gold boots in Minecraft.
What can be done from gold boots
Here it is indicated what can be done from gold boots in Minecraft, i.e. which recipes use gold boots in Minecraft.
How to fix gold boots
Here you can learn how to fix gold boots in Minecraft, that is, how to restore the strength of gold boots in Minecraft.
There are 3 ways you can repair gold boots:
If gold boots is not enchanted, you can merge 2 gold boots right in your inventory to get 1, but with a larger amount of durability remaining. If one of the items was enchanted during the merge, the enchantment will disappear after the merge. No experience or additional resources are consumed with this method of repair.
When gold boots is repaired in the inventory, 5% is added to the total strength.
If gold boots is enchanted, it is better to repair on the anvil to keep or add enchantments. Repair can be done with a netherite ax, gold boots with charms or with the appropriate material used in the item’s crafting.
This method of repair consumes experience and additional resources.
Also keep in mind that when using an anvil, its strength is lost. Therefore, it is better to combine gold boots and an enchanted gold boots or a book on the anvil at once.
And don’t forget that each new gold boots mending on the anvil will cost more and more experience. That’s why it’s better to combine enchanted items right away.
When repairing the gold boots on the anvil, we recommend trying to swap items around, as this may reduce the amount of experience needed to repair it.
To restore the strength of gold boots, you can cast a ‘Repair’ spell. The item will then automatically regenerate its strength when you gain experience.
It is worth noting that the player will not receive experience that goes towards repairing gold boots But as soon as the durability reaches the maximum level, experience will be accumulated again by the player.
A book with repairing charms can be made on the enchantment table, fished out with a fishing rod or found in treasure chests, fortresses, mines, etc.
The fastest way to repair gold boots with the “Repair” spell is to put the item in your left hand and use your right hand to mine, fish, kill mobs or breed animals.
How to enchant gold boots
Here are the enchantments that can be used to improve gold boots in Minecraft, i.e. how to enchant gold boots in Minecraft.
Get gold boots command
Here is the command that allows you to get gold boots in Minecraft, that is, how to create gold boots in Minecraft.
Gold boots can be summoned using a command in creative mode.. This requires:
- open chat (press “T”)
- write command
/give @p minecraft:golden_boots
- press “ENTER”
You can also specify the number and to whom gold boots will be issued:
/give @p minecraft:golden_boots 10
get 10 gold boots
/give MinecraftMax minecraft:golden_boots
gold boots will be given to the player with the nickname MinecraftMax
The command can be written to the command block so that it is executed when a redstone signal is received.
Video about gold boots
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