Check out these Surface Duo skins from SopiGuard
To skin or not to skin.
What you need to know
- SopiGuard has dozens of skins available for Surface Duo.
- Skins come in carbon fiber, metallic, matte, and tons of other finishes.
- The skins are available to order now starting at $13.
Update 10/1: These SopiGuard skins are now on Amazon in all versions for easier purchasing.
We're starting to see a slow trickle of accessories for Surface Duo hit the scene since the device's launch earlier this month. One area where there are relatively few options, however, is skins. Fortunately, if you want to add another pop of color or texture to your Surface Duo (with a little protection, to boot), a company called SopiGuard has dozens of Surface Duo skins available and ready to ship.
In all, SopiGuard has eight different textures and styles of skins to choose from. Those range from a simple matte color, to metallic, carbon fiber, and color shift designs. With each, you can choose from a bunch of different colors as well.
If you want to add little more flair to the back of your Duo, SopiGuard also has a dedicated colorful skin for the Microsoft logo in the tech giant's usual colors.
Reddit user therealmrsymba received their skins already posted a picture (seen below), so you can see what they look like. The picture shows a gold honeycomb pattern on one side and metallic purple on the other.
It's worth noting that dbrand is also selling Surface Duo skins but they don't appear to be shipping just yet.
SopiGuard's Surface Duo skins are available now for between $13 and $15, depending on the style. If skins aren't your style, you can also check out some of the best Surface Duo cases to add a bit more protection to your device.
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SopiGuard's Surface Duo skins let you add a pop of color and texture to your Duo. There are a wide variety of colors and finishes available.
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