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BUY THIS – Skinit x Super Street Collab Cases & Skins

Personalize your devices in iconic imagery from the best tuner mag ever – or give ‘em as gifts!

Dec 11, 2015
Photographer: Jofel Tolosa

Out of gift ideas for that special someone who has everything? Or are you looking to cosmetically upgrade your own everyday electronics? Look no further – Super Street is collaborating with Skinit, the industry leader in consumer personalization for electronic devices, to produce a line of officially licensed cases and skins, and they’re available right now!

Skinit offers a menu of 21 different designs to choose from, everything from Super Street’s distinctive logos to imagery of some of our most unforgettable cover and feature cars. Cases are offered for the latest iPhone, LG, and Samsung smartphones, iPod MP3 players, and iPad and Kindle Fire tablets, while skins are available for smartphones, laptops, game consoles and controllers, tablets, MP3 players, headphones, wireless speakers, GoPro cams – even other cases!

Prices start at just $14.99, and we can say from personal experience these things are friggin’ sweet! So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the official Super Street page on the Skinit online store and pick up one, or a dozen – you can thank us later!

Bob Hernandez
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