GPOP Google Glass Skins

Google Glass is one handy piece of technology, but we can all admit that it gets a bit boring to look at after a while. With pieces of technology like a cellphone, it’s always good to be able to slap on a fresh style just so you have something new to look at.

Without cellphone skins, I don’t know what I would do. I’m not sure I would even be able to handle looking at the beat up surface on the back of my phone.

Hopefully your Google Glass isn’t all beat up, but I’m sure you probably wouldn’t mind changing up its look a bit. Luckily, there are some customization/skin options for Google Glass if you’re looking for a new look. Thanks to a company called GPOP there is a huge “library” of Google Glass skins that you can choose from. Some of the current skins they have includes:

  • Rhinestones – Sparkles by Virginia Poltrack
  • Carbon Fiber from Dez
  • Silent Night by Virginia Poltrack
  • Dark Gray Google Glass Skin – Matte Finish
  • Blue Circuit Board
  • Space Graffiti 2013
  • and more!

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Will GPOP Skins Mess Up My Glass?

From what the site says, the decal/skin is free of adhesive and can be easily removed or repositioned. Also, the skin will not leave any residue on your Google Glass. So … no, it shouldn’t mess up your Google Glass.

What Are GPOP Skins Made Out Of?

GPOP skins are made of 3M vinyl which helps protect your Glass device from everyday wear and tear. Most skins also have an extra coating to prevent any fingerprints!

How Much Does a Skin Cost?

Each skin has a different cost, but they are pretty inexpensive. From what I see, the skins go from $10 and up. The highest priced skin is currently $15.

Where Can I See These Skins?

If you are interested in buying a new look for your Google Glass, then you can head over to the GPOP website and look around. There are plenty of skins to choose from!