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Cloth Gloves

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Cloth Gloves
Cloth Gloves.png
Hide-padded gloves provide some protection from the heat and cold, but only minimal protection from injuries.
Armor
Type Armor
Item
Weight 0.7
Durability 25
Added in v1.0
Crafting
Crafted in Inventory.png Inventory
Ingredients
Resources breakdown
15 × Cotton.png Fibers
2 × Skin.png Hide


Cloth Gloves are a Hands-slot armor piece from the first tier of Armors, Cloth. It's low material cost makes it easy for beginners to craft, it comes with The Basics skill from the Survivalism skill tree.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Cloth gloves provides both a (5) armor bonus vs damage (attacks/falling) and an insulation bonus vs the elements (heat/cold).

This Item is part of the Cloth Armor set.

Dyes/Coloring

Like most items, Cloth Gloves can be dyed different colors. Cloth Gloves do not have different regions to color; once dyed, the whole item will match the color of the Black Ink.png Black Ink used.

Remember that dyed items require repair for continued use; newly crafted items come without any color.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Aside from providing rudimentary protection, Cloth Gloves (as well as the rest of the Cloth Armor set) are notable for reducing the effects of both Hot & Cold temperatures. This feature is unique to all the currently available Armor pieces.
  • Cloth Gloves, Cloth Shirt & Cloth Boots are the only Cloth Armor pieces that require Hide. Beginning players should take note of this, especially if they haven't begun any hunting yet.
  • Because of its temperature-negating properties and light weight, experienced players are recommended to carry Cloth Gloves in their inventory to switch out with their primary armor during extreme Heat and/or Cold. This is especially helpful during long excursions from the player's base, where otherwise the player would be devoid of temperature-controlling elements.