Super Boots

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This article is about the equipment in the Paper Mario series. For the item in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, see List of clothing in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team § Super Boots. For the item in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, see List of clothing in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam § Super Boots.
Super Boots grant Mario to break wooden panels in the field
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The Super Boots are the first upgrade to the Boots. They are found in Boo's Mansion in Paper Mario and inside The Great Tree in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. They increase the power of Mario's Jump attack and allow him to do the trademark Spin Jump. Outside of battle, they allow Mario to break boxes and wooden trap doors and use a more powerful First Strike. In Paper Mario, the Super Boots add to Mario's power and allow him to perform Spin Jumps. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, he is granted an extra attack named Spin Jump, which does more damage than a regular jump. Once Mario finds the Ultra Boots, he loses the Super Boots. In Paper Mario, the boots are bright green with yellow soles, while in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, they are blue with orange soles.

The Super Boots also return in Paper Mario: Sticker Star, though it is now singular and in sticker form. The Super Boot is a defensive sticker which lets Mario jump over attacks and boosts attack power of all consecutive Jump stickers while eliminating the danger of spikes. They use Paper Mario's color scheme. There is also a Shiny variation which has the same effect but boosts attack power more. Status effects for Mario will prevent him from using this item.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーブーツ
Sūpā Būtsu
Super Boots
Chinese (Simplified) 超级靴子 (Paper Mario)
Chāojí Xuēzi
超级靴 (Paper Mario: Sticker Star)
Chāojí Xuē
Super Boot
Chinese (Traditional) 超級靴子
Chāojí Xuēzi
Super Boot
German Super Stiefel Super boots
Italian Super scarponi Super boots


  • In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the message when Mario gets the Super Boots is grammatically incorrect, as it says "You got a Super Boots". The same thing occurs upon receiving the Ultra Boots.