Frog Nintendo New 3DS XL Skin

Sale price$19.99
DecalGirl skins for the New 3DS XL (released in 2015 as the successor to the original 3DS XL) are a fast and easy upgrade for Nintendo's portable gaming system. As pictured, the kit covers the outer lid and inner surfaces; the device's color is still visible on the edges.

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Skins help absorb the surface scratches that leave your devices looking worn.

Takes Abuse

We start with one of the best high-performance removable cast vinyls on the market so your skin conforms better, applies easier, and comes off without any mess down the road. Then we top the print with a sturdy satin protective matte layer.

Let a skin take the abuse instead of your gadgets. When the skin looks worn, simply peel it off (with no goo) and replace it.

Photograph of an Airpod sitting on top of a skin.

Details Matter

Did you know it takes us twice as long to print each skin because we have the printers set to use the highest quality setting possible?

That's ok, though - your stuff is worth it.

Impossibly Light

Fun fact - a large cell phone skin weighs in at 2 grams. That's less than a penny. We manage this because our skins are just over 0.004 inches thick, including the protective layer.

Material science is rad.

Customer Reviews

Based on 122 reviews

Fantastic decal quality and cut out for the system! Absolutely love it!

Shawn W.

Retro Horizontal - Nintendo New 3DS XL Skin

Camille L.
Cosmic Ray - Nintendo New 3DS XL Skin

Very very nice skin, fit and finish is top notch, there is a lot of different parts for the 3ds so it took ~30 minutes to install, I love it

Timothy K.

Milky Way - Nintendo New 3DS XL Skin

Duncan J.
Retro Horizontal - Nintendo New 3DS XL Skin

This skin is exactly what I wanted it to be. I love the matte finish, the glossy body of the N3DSXL never appealed to me. It looks nice, it feels nice, and it doesn't scuff like the plastic does. If I were pressed to complain, I have two quibbles. One, I have the protective case that looks like a gigantic Game Boy. This case has a couple small rubber nipples that brace the system in place, and by nature of the vinyl and adhesive, those nipples have left circular indentations in the skin. I don't mind it, but be aware that this can happen, depending on your storage options. The second is actually a little unfortunate, as the bottom skin overlaps the edge of the bottom cover. This means removing the cover to access the SD card is tricky, as the cover is literally stuck to the system now. I c