Surface Pro 8 skins now available from MightySkins

Surface Pro 8 Profile
Surface Pro 8 Profile (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • MightySkins now has skins available for the Surface Pro 8.
  • There are over 900 skins to choose from, and you can create your own custom skin.
  • Pricing starts at $23, though that can go up depending on the design and finish you choose.

Microsoft's Surface Pro 8 has a sleek and professional look, but if you'd like to add a bit of flair, you can pick up a skin for your device. MightySkins now carries skins for the Surface Pro 8, including over 900 skins and the option to upload your own artwork. Skins start at $23 but go up if you choose certain finishes.

All of the skins are made with Premium 3M vinyl, which should allow for easy installation. You can choose between matte, carbon fiber, and glossy glitter finishes.

Generally, MightySkins' designs are artsier than those from competitors, though dBrand does have a leather option. You can also upload your own photos and add text to personalize your device. Note that you have to select your finish before entering the tool for creating your design.

Mightyskins Custom Surface

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If you prefer a textured look, there are several designs in that category, such as wood and marble. There are also several solid colors to choose from. The MightySkins website loads more designs as you scroll down, so it's worth taking some time to browse through what's available.

For those that like the look of MightySkins but don't have a Surface Pro 8, the company has skins and wraps for many other devices.

MightySkins for Surface Pro 8

MightySkins for Surface Pro 8

These skins are made with 3M vinyl and there are hundreds to choose from. You can also create your own custom look with images and text to personalize your Surface Pro 8.

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