In case you've already pre-ordered your Google Pixel or Pixel XL but were worried about the existing selection of customization options for your next smartphone, you'll be happy to know that Slickwraps has just launched nine skins for the upcoming pair of Nexus successors. Seven out of nine skins are available in multiple colors so you actually have 45 variations to choose from. Of course, it's worth noting that these aren't actual protective cases but just decorative wraps so while they will surely save your device from some minor scratching, don't expect them to do much else.
In any case, the new Slickwraps skins for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL are called Carbon, Color, Glitz, Hemp, Leather, Metal, Naked, Stone, and Wood. Their names are pretty self-explanatory but if you want to check them out yourself, take a look at the gallery below or visit the Slickwraps shop linked underneath. Not surprisingly, the Color skin offers the most variation as it's available in no less than 11 colors. It's closely followed by the Carbon skin which can be purchased in 10 iterations. Most of the skins are priced at $14.60 a piece except for the Naked variant which will set you back $18.95. Then again, this transparent skin is the only one which comes with a finish of your choice as you can pick between the gloss and matte finish. In addition to that, it's worth noting that Slickwraps is currently offering product discounts for people who sign up for the company's newsletter which may be worth considering if you're willing to save on shipping costs. Speaking of which, US customers will pay $4.95 per package and can count on an average delivery time of 3 to 5 days. No need to worry if you're located anywhere else, though; Slickwraps is willing to ship its skins to pretty much any location in the world for a fee of $6.95 per package. Do note that your average delivery time will obviously go up in this scenario but the company's FAQ page states that you should still receive your order in about 10 days.
All of these skins are already available for preorders so you should have enough time to get them by October 20th when Google Pixel and Pixel XL are scheduled to hit the market in the US.