Best Minecraft Boot Enchantments

Here are some of the best Minecraft Boot Enchantments.

If you are looking for the best boot enchantments in Minecraft, we recommend first starting with feather falling. Feather falling is a special enchantment unique only to boots that will allow you to take a reduction of fall damage when falling. 

The enchantment's bonus to fall damage reduction will also increase with each variant of the enchantment. If you also have enchantments such as protection, fire, blast, and projectile protection, it will also add to the total fall damage reduction you can get.

Because of all that, feather falling gets a spot in this guide as one of the best go-to enchantments for boots. Moving on, another enchantment we would recommend getting is depth strider. 

Related: Best Minecraft Helmet Enchantments

Depth strider is a unique enchantment that allows players to move faster underwater, which can be useful when looking for clay or other underwater items. You can also combine it with a respiration helmet to become practically a fish in Minecraft. 

Moving on, you can also use soul speed and frost walker but both are argueablly less useful than the other two enchantments in this guide. The reason why is that you won't find yourself walking on frosted ice, which frost walker makes it easier and faster to transverse, and the same goes for soul walker.

Soul walker makes it, so players are able to walk faster on soul sand and soil, so overall, both enchantments are not as helpful but could be good in certain circumstances. 

Beyond these boot enchantments, the following enchantments below are always a nice addition but are by no means the best or required for the boot but are still huge and welcome additions.


Mending is a useful enchantment that will allow you to use orbs of experience to repair your item. Overall, we highly recommend adding it to any tool or item you have, as it it's just really useful, even more so when combined with unbreaking. 


Unbreaking is a wondrous enchantment for any item, as it increases durability and will help you keep using whatever item it's on. For that reason, it's always worth considering throwing it on any weapon or item you plan on using a lot.

Check out some of our other awesome Minecraft guides!

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get updates on your favorite games!

About the Author

Howdy Folks! My name is Andrew, and I have been playing games for decades and only just started writing about them. My personal favorites are ARPGs and C&C style RTS games. I also specialize in writing guides for a lot of popular RPGs. Follow me on my account on Twitter at @HighwaymanSlade to see retweets of my latest works and thoughts about games.
Find Andrewvaughan On: Twitter

Recently Updated Minecraft Posts

Leave a Comment

Comments are on moderation and will be approved in a timely manner. Please read the following rules before commenting:

  • All comments must be on topic and add something of substance to the post
  • No swearing or inappropriate words
  • No asking or begging for anything free
  • Do not attempt to start a poll in the comments
  • Comments in all CAPS will be removed
  • We reserve the right to remove a comment for any reason
  • Do not impersonate a staff member or influencer

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.