DCG DecalGirl Nintendo 3DS XL Skin Aloha Black Skin Only P4814933DCG-N3DX-ALOHA-BLK https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/DCG/n3dx-aloha-blk.jpg DecalGirl Nintendo 3DS XL Skin Aloha Black Skin Only Add some personality to your favorite devices. These thin skins protect your gadgets from scuffs, scrapes and dings and add some character along the way. Made of premium automotive-grade cast vinyl with a special adhesive backing, these beautiful skins adhere easily without air bubbles, and they leave no residue when they\'re removed. Plus, they\'re so thin they\'ll work in almost any dock, charger, or case on the market. Designed to fit your device perfectly with no buckles, bends or folds. 4814933 1.51lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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DecalGirl Nintendo 3DS XL Skin - Aloha Black (Skin Only)

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Model: DCG-N3DX-ALOHA-BLK
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Product Description

  • This skin fits the older 2012-2014 3DS XL.

  • Thin and tough - protects from minor scratches
  • Easy, bubble-free installation and goo-free removal
  • Available in your choice of two distinct finishes
  • Made in the USA and backed by our promise to you


Add some personality to your favorite devices. These thin skins protect your gadgets from scuffs, scrapes and dings and add some character along the way. Made of premium automotive-grade cast vinyl with a special adhesive backing, these beautiful skins adhere easily without air bubbles, and they leave no residue when they're removed. Plus, they're so thin they'll work in almost any dock, charger, or case on the market. Designed to fit your device perfectly with no buckles, bends or folds.

NOTE: The price is just for the Skin.

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