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General

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Clothing maintains body temperature by providing heat resistance or cold resistance bonuses when worn. Items such as hats, shirts, pants, socks, boots, sandals, robes, and coats can be crafted.

Outerwear like coats and robes, boots and sandals, leather armor, and straw or fur hats are worn in the armor slots. Cloth hats, shirts, pants, and socks are worn in the clothing slots (invisible slots to the right of the armor slots). If the player is wearing an item in the armor slot, the clothing slot cannot accessed. You must remove the outer layer to put on or take off clothing beneath it.

Raw materials used for clothing are Grass, Fur, Leather, Wool, Cotton, Linen, or Silk. Craft clothing pieces by holding raw materials in your hand and clicking on the ground. For all materials except Grass, you will also need a knife in your inventory. This will open a knapping interface that lets you cut the materials into pieces of the proper shape. The resulting pieces are assembled into completed clothing by sewing them together with a needle and thread. Grass clothing does not need to be sewn.

Clothing loses 1 point of durability per day when worn for any portion of a day (except the day it is created). Fur clothing doesn't degrade if the ambient temperature is below freezing the whole day. When you are on fire, clothing degrades every few seconds. Grass clothing degrades faster than cloth clothing while you are burning.

Effects on Body Temperature

Clothing can help the player manage their Body Temperature by giving resistance to heat or cold. Different types of clothing and different clothing materials giver different bonuses and penalties.

Clothing Temperature Protection [Edit]
Grid Linen Socks.png Socks/Foot Wraps Grid Linen Pants.png Pants/Skirt Grid Linen Shirt.png Shirt Grid Linen Coat.png Coat/Cloak Grid Linen Robe.png Robe Grid Linen Hat.png Hat Grid Boots Bear.png Boots/Sandals
Grid Linen Cloth.png Linen Cloth = + + - + - ++ + N/A
Grid Cotton Cloth.png Cotton Cloth = + + - ++ -- +++ = N/A
Grid Silk Cloth.png Silk Cloth + + + + ++ ++ + + + N/A
Grid Wool Cloth.png Wool Cloth + + + -- +++ -- ++++ + N/A
Grid Wolf Fur.png Wolf Fur N/A N/A N/A -- ++++ N/A ++ 1 ++
Grid Bear Fur.png Bear Fur N/A N/A N/A --- +++++ N/A ++ 1 ++
Grid Scrap Fur.png Fur N/A N/A N/A -- +++ N/A + +
Grid Straw.png Straw/Grass - + + + -- ++ N/A + =
Grid Leather.png Leather N/A = = N/A N/A = =
Legend
- + Heat Resistance penalty/bonus - + Cold Resistance penalty/bonus = Neutral
  1. There are two varieties of fur hat: the generic fur hat that is sewn, and the animal's head hat, which is cut from the fur using a knife. They are identical in protection.

Wetness

Rain and water can turn clothing wet, which reduces or removes its heat resistance bonuses. Wet clothing also directly effects Body Temperature. This means entering the water in the cold climates can be hazardous, so it may be a good idea to remove clothing before swimming.

If a player is in the rain their outermost layer of clothing will gain the Damp status. Armor in the outermost slot will keep Clothing beneath it dry. Damp clothing loses one level of temperature resistance. In the tooltip, one + or - symbol will show blue instead of white. As long as the player is wearing damp clothes on either their upper or lower body, the ambient temperature will feel 1 level colder. If they wear damp clothes on both upper and lower body, they will feel 2 levels colder.

If the player enters water their clothing will gain the Soaked status. If they stand in waist-high water, only clothing on the lower body will become soaked. If the player enters water more than 1 block deep, clothing on both the upper and lower body will be soaked. Soaked clothing loses *all* temperature resistance. The tool tip will show all + or - symbols as blue instead of white. As long as the player wears soaked clothing on their upper body, the ambient temperature will feel 2 levels colder. If their lower body is also soaked or damp, they will feel 3 levels colder.

Clothing will slowly dry on its own if the player is wearing it. If the inventory GUI is open, the drying process is paused. To dry clothing faster, it can be placed in the input slot of a lit firepit or forge, or hanged on a Drying Rack during clear weather.

Dyeing

Cotton, Linen, Silk and Wool Clothing can be colored with liquid Dyes made from Weld Root, Woad Leaves, Madder Root, Ash, or Ink Markings placed in a barrel of Tannin. Clothing made of Leather or Fur are not able to be dyed. Clothing can be dyed more than once and in different dyes to achieve a wide range of colors.

Red Dye (Madder Root) Yellow Dye (Weld Root) Blue Dye (Woad Leaves)
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4 hours


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4 hours


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4 hours


White Dye (Ash) Black Dye (Ink Marking)
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4 hours


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4 hours


To apply Dye to Clothing, place the clothing in a Barrel of Dye and seal it. After 4 hours, the Clothing will absorb 250 mB of Dye and take on some color. It will absorb another 250 mB of Dye and become more strongly colored every 4 hours until the Barrel is empty or unsealed.

One run in White Dye lightens the color of Clothing by 20% of pure white. This means that five runs in white Dye (20 hours) will make any clothing as light as possible (back to the normal raw color of that cloth). One run (4 hours) in Black Dye darkens the colors of Clothing by 50% of its current color. This means clothing will darken quickly, but never get to complete black. Each run in Red/Yellow/Blue Dye will multiply the current color with the dye's color, so it also goes toward the color quickly but never fully.

Note: Liquid Dyes are not to be confused with Pigments, which are powders made by grinding certain materials in a quern, and are used to color Clay Vessels, Glass Blocks, Fireworks, and Carpets.

Armor

Main article: Armor#Damage_Type_Protection

All articles of clothing are considered Tier 0 Armor and provide some Damage Protection for all damage type based on the material they're made of with fibre-based clothing providing token Slash and Pierce Damage Protection but near negligible Crush protection, as a basic guide of how much Damage Protection your clothing will provide from weakest to strongest:

  • Grass/Straw clothing provides next to no protection,
  • Linen and Cotton clothing provide only token protection,
  • Woolen clothing provides a tiny amount more than Linen and Cotton,
  • Silk provides poor but noteworthy protection,
  • Leather provides appreciable Damage Protection (especially Crush protection which fiber clothing provides little of),
  • Fur from deer or mouflon is all round slightly superior to leather,
  • Wolf fur provides good all-round protection and is superior to generic fur,
  • Bear fur provides respectable damage protection and has the most protection for non-metal clothing.

Materials

Grass clothing gives heat resistance with the exception of the grass cloak, which gives cold resistance. Craft grass clothing by right-clicking the ground while holding holding 5 or more straw in your hand. Grass clothing does not require sewing. These items have lower durability than other clothing, but are easy to make.

Fur clothing gives cold resistance. Craft fur clothing pieces by right-clicking the ground while holding 1 or more fur in your hand while you have a knife in your inventory. Fur clothing pieces must be sewn together to create finished clothes.

Leather Clothing gives a small amount of armor instead of heat or cold resistance and is worn in the armor slots. Craft leather clothing pieces by right-clicking the ground while holding 1 or more leather in your hand while you have a knife in your inventory. Leather clothing pieces must be sewn together to create finished leather clothes.

Wool clothing gives cold resistance bonuses and heat resistance penalties. There is an additional heat resistance penalty for wearing multiple wool items. Craft wool clothing pieces by right-clicking the ground while holding 1 or more wool cloth in your hand while you have a knife in your inventory. Wool cloth is woven from wool yarn on the loom. Wool clothing pieces must be sewn together to create finished clothes.

Linen clothing gives mixed cold and heat resistance bonuses and penalties. Craft Linen clothing pieces by right-clicking the ground while holding 1 or more Linen cloth in your hand while you have a knife in your inventory. Linen cloth is woven from Linen string on the loom. Linen clothing pieces must be sewn together to create finished clothes.

Silk clothing gives mixed cold and heat resistance bonuses. Craft Silk clothing pieces by right-clicking the ground while holding 1 or more Silk cloth in your hand while you have a knife in your inventory. Silk cloth is woven from Silk string on the loom. Silk clothing pieces must be sewn together to create finished clothes.

Obtaining

Hats

Fur and Straw hats and the Leather Cap are worn in the outer head slot (like helmets). Cotton, Linen, Silk, and Wool hats are worn in the inner head slot. The Straw Hat is knapped from Straw. It provides Shade and has more durability than other grass clothing. It also has a variant style if crafted in Asia. Other hats are crafted by cutting and Sewing together two Hat Pieces made of Bear Fur, Cotton, Fur, Leather, Linen, Silk, Wolf Fur, or Wool. The Animal Head Hats are not knapped or sewn, but are crafted with a Knife and a Large Bear Fur or Wolf Fur.

Straw Hat Hat Pieces
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Hats Animal Head Hat
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Bear Fur

Shirts

Shirts are worn in the inner chest slot, except the Leather Tunic, which is worn in the outer chest slot (like a breastplate or coat). The Grass Shirt is knapped from Straw, and the other shirts are crafted by cutting and Sewing together two Shirt Body pieces and two Shirt Sleeves made from Cotton, Leather, Linen, Silk, or Wool.

Grass Shirt Shirt Sleeves
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Shirt Body Shirt
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Shirt Sleeves Cotton Shirt Sleeves Cotton Shirt Body Cotton Shirt Body Cotton Grid Iron Needle Thread.png Cotton Shirt

Coats

Coats are worn in the outer chest slot and are crafted by cutting ans Sewing together one Coat Front, one Coat Back, and two Shirt Sleeves. They can be made of Cotton, Bear Fur, Fur, Linen, Silk, Wolf Fur, or Wool.

Shirt Sleeves Coat Back
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Flat Material Flat Material title= Flat Material Flat Material title= Coat Back Wolf
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Coat Front Coat
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Shirt Sleeves Wolf Shirt Sleeves Wolf Coat Back Wolf Coat Front Wolf Grid Iron Needle Thread.png Coat Wolf

Robes

Robes are worn in the outer chest slot. They are crafted by Sewing together two Coat Backs and two Shirt Sleeves. They can be made of Cotton, Linen, Silk, or Wool. Robes reduce the player's sprinting speed by 15% of normal sprinting speed.

Shirt Sleeves Coat Back
Flat Material Flat Material title= Flat Material Flat Material title= Shirt Sleeves Wool
Flat Material Flat Material title= Flat Material Flat Material
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Flat Material Flat Material title= Flat Material Flat Material title= Coat Back Wool
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Robe
Shirt Sleeves Wool Shirt Sleeves Wool Coat Back Wool Coat Back Wool Grid Iron Needle Thread.png Wool Robe

Grass Cloak

The Grass Cloak is worn on the back slot and is knapped from Straw.

Grass Cloak
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Pants

The Grass Skirt is worn on the outer legs slot and is knapped from Straw. Pants are worn in the inner legs slot and are made by cutting and Sewing together two Pants Pieces from Cotton, Leather, Linen, Silk, or Wool.

Grass Skirt Pants Pieces
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Socks

Socks and Foot Wraps are worn in the inner feet slot. Straw Foot Wraps are made by knapping Straw. Other socks are made by cutting and Sewing together two Sock Cloths from Cotton, Linen, Silk, or Wool. Linen socks will multiply the player's total movement speed by 102% (including bonuses from footwear, the Wooden Staff and Roads) when worn with Fur or Leather Boots.

Straw Socks Sock Cloth
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Footwear

Footwear is worn in the outer feet slot and adds a bonus to base movement speed.

Grass Sandals are knapped from Straw and give +5% to base movement when the player is on sand, otherwise they give +2%. Leather Sandals are crafted by cutting and Sewing together one Leather Boot Soles and two Leather Straps. They give +10% to movement on sand, otherwise they give +5%.

Boots are made by cutting and Sewing together one Boot Soles and two Boot Tops from Leather or Fur. Boots give +2% to movement on sand, otherwise Fur Boots give +5% and Leather Boots give +10%. When Boots are worn with Linen Socks, total movement (including bonuses from Footwear, the Wooden Staff, and Roads) is multiplied by 102%. Fur Boots will ignore the speed penalty caused by snow.

Note: Armor boots (made from metal) are not Clothing, and do not have speed or temperature bonuses.

Grass Sandals Boot Soles
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Boot Tops Boots & Sandals
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Boot Soles Leather Strap Leather Strap Leather Grid Iron Needle Thread.png Leather Sandals

Repairing

Clothes will lose durability points from normal wear, from fire, and from protecting the player from damage. Cotton, Linen, Sill, and Wool clothing can be repaired by Sewing on a Cloth Patch of the same material. Cloth Patches are crafted by cutting Cloth in a "+" pattern. You cannot craft patches from Leather or Fur. Clothing items that take more Cloth to craft (ex: robes, coats) will take more Cloth Patches to repair fully than smaller Clothing items (ex: socks, hats).

Cloth Patch Repair
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History

Beta
80.12Added body temperature
Added 4 new clothing slots on the player.
Added sewing mechanic for creating clothes.
Added wool, linen, or silk cloth can be sewn into shirts, socks, pants, hats, and coats.
Added bear and wolf furs, which can be sewn into coats, hats, and boots.
Added dyeing system for clothes and 3 new crops to make dyes for clothing.
80.18Added Regional variant of the straw hat
Added Robes
Coats made longer and more animated when the player moves
81.6Walking through snow is faster with wolf or bear fur boots on
82.0Added Cotton Clothing
Added Cloth Patches
Added Armor Values to Clothing
If wearing two layers of clothing in rain, the inner layer won't get damp
82.2Clothing Wetness has been added back to game
All footwear provides a minimum movement bonus of +2% on any terrain
Straw Hats now provide shade in addition to their normal heat protection
GUI for the player inventory now has visible back slot and 4 placeholder slots for future Clothing
Clothing can now be put on by shift clicking (but not taken off, due to a dupe glitch)
82.3Generic Fur dropped by Deer and Mouflon can be used to make Fur Clothing
Added normal fur hats (sewn) vs animal head hats (crafted with knife)
Cold resistance on bear/wolf fur head hats and wolf/bear fur boots buffed.
83.5Clothing can now be hanged on a Drying Rack to dry in the sun. No String is required. Clothing on a rack will get wet in the rain.
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