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Boxing tape

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Boxing tape
Boxing tape.png
Boxing tape icon.png
SkillUnarmed 0
Strength Req.1
Attack statistics
4 (5.6)
5.2 (10.8)
Crit Dmg
Crit % Mult
1.3 (2)AP28
Effect+20 Fatigue damage;
+5 damage otherwise
Item HP500
Boxing tape
Editor IDWeapNVBoxingTape
Base ID0012d852
Perk Effects
Perks (dam.)
Lord Death
Perks (Att.)

The boxing tape is a weapon in Fallout: New Vegas.


Of the three boxing weapons (boxing tape, boxing gloves, and The Golden Gloves), boxing tape has the best durability and the best base damage. Like its counterparts, boxing tape can inflict fatigue damage, in order to knock an opponent out, rather than kill them. However, boxing tape inflicts the least fatigue damage of the three.

Additionally, you cannot inflict fatigue damage on Robots, as robots cannot be 'knocked senseless' in the traditional sense. However, boxing tape will add additional HP damage to compensate for the ineffectiveness of fatigue damage.


  • Boxing gloves, a variant that deals minimal damage, but an intermediate amount of fatigue damage.
  • Golden Gloves, a variant that deals the most amount of fatigue damage while still dealing minimal damage.


Name Dmg/att Fatigue dmg DPS Att/sec Crit mult Crit dmg AP cost Weight Item HP Value Stat Req.
Boxing tape 4 20 5.2 1.3 x1 4 28 0.25 500 100 Unarmed:0 Strength:1
Boxing gloves 1 35 1.3 1.3 x1 1 28 6 200 100 Unarmed:0 Strength:1
Golden Gloves 1 50 1.3 1.3 x2 1 28 6 250 100 Unarmed:0 Strength:1
¹ These weapons inflict Fatigue damage in addition to their regular damage.



  • PCIcon pc.png PlayStation 3Icon ps3.png Xbox 360Icon xbox360.png This weapon will apply the same fatigue damage even if the attacked non-player character is blocking.
  • PCIcon pc.png PlayStation 3Icon ps3.png Xbox 360Icon xbox360.png No additional fatigue damage is applied when the player's attack results in a critical hit or sneak attack critical.
  • If you have the weapon equipped before entering a location where you must give up non holdout weapons, it looks like you're still wearing them even though they get removed.