Terraria Wiki

Miss the old Hydra Skin? Try out our Hydralize gadget! Visit the preferences page while logged in and turn on the gadget.

READ MORE

Terraria Wiki
Advertisement
Terraria Wiki
Desktop versionConsole versionMobile version
Desktop/Console/Mobile-Only Content: This information applies only to the Desktop, Console, and Mobile versions of Terraria.
Dunerider Boots
  • Dunerider Boots item sprite
  • Dunerider Boots equipped
Stack digit 1.png
Statistics
Type
TooltipThe wearer can run super fast, and even faster on sand
'Walk without rhythm and you won't attract the worm'
RarityRarity level: 1
Sell1
Research1 required
Dropped by Dropped by
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
EntityQty.Rate
Mirage CrateMirage CrateMirage Crate112.5%
Oasis CrateOasis CrateOasis Crate112.5%
Sandstone ChestSandstone ChestSandstone Chest114.29*1/7 (14.29%)

Dunerider Boots are an accessory that functions similarly to Hermes Boots, except that the wearer gains an additional speed boost when running on Sand Blocks, Sandstone Blocks, or Hardened Sand Blocks. They can be found in Sandstone Chests in the Underground Desert and in Oasis Crates or Mirage Crates.

Crafting[]

Used in[]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Spectre BootsSpectre BootsTinkerer's WorkshopTinkerer's Workshop
total: 1 row(s)

Notes[]

  • The Dunerider Boots have a speed of 30 mph on regular tiles and a speed of 53 mph on any Sand, Sandstone, or Hardened Sand Blocks.
  • The Dunerider Boots' effect also works with the use of Gravitation Potion or Gravity Globe. Since sand blocks are subject to gravity, they would have to be supported by Platforms in order to be walked on the underside.
  • When crafted together with Rocket Boots to make the Spectre Boots, the sand-boosting ability will be lost. It may be better to save them for their bonus on sand.
  • Using Dunerider Boots alongside Sand, Sandstone, or Hardened Sand runways could be considered a pre-Hardmode alternative to Asphalt.

Trivia[]

  • The Dunerider Boots' tooltip is a reference to the 1965 science fiction novel Dune.

History[]

Advertisement