Green Horseshoe Balloon

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Green Horseshoe Balloon
  • Green Horseshoe Balloon item sprite
  • Green Horseshoe Balloon equipped
Stack digit 1.png
TooltipAllows the holder to double jump
Increases jump height and negates fall damage
RarityRarity level: 4
Sell3 GC
Research1 required
  • Internal Item ID: 3250 (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
Stackability of jump-enhancing accessories
Items that are in the same row will not stack in regard to the respective effect.
Effect Items

Increased height of first jump
Fart double jump

The Green Horseshoe Balloon is an accessory that grants immunity to fall damage, increases jump height by 33%, jump speed by 30%, grants a double jump, and grants +0.05 luck.[1] The height of the first jump is increased from 6 blocks to 10.5 blocks (~75% increase), while the double jump's height is increased from 10.5 blocks to 18.5 blocks, reaching a total of 29 blocks with both jumps. The double jump also makes a fart sound.

Jump height is oddly reduced when underwater, to 18 blocks (7 blocks + ~11 blocks from Fart jump).



ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Green Horseshoe BalloonGreen Horseshoe Balloon(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)Tinkerer's WorkshopTinkerer's Workshop

Crafting tree


  • Multiple double-jump items be worn at once for up to five extra jumps. However, equipping multiple balloons will not stack the jump height bonus, nor will stacking additional Horseshoes have any extra effect.
  • The Fart in a Jar and Fart in a Balloon will not grant any additional bonuses when equipped alongside the Green Horseshoe Balloon.


  • The double jump can be stopped midway by releasing the Jump button.
  • The Fart jump provides a speed boost when used, which can be used to quickly turn around while retaining some speed.




  1. Information taken from the Desktop version Desktop source code, method ApplyEquipFunctional() in Terraria.Player.cs.