You’ve probably heard of dbrand before. They’re one of the leading skin makers on the market, pairing incredible precision with endlessly customizable designs. If you’ve ever bought a skin from the Toronto-based company before, you already know about the Moto Maker-like ordering process; you can pick, mix, and match different colors and textures, and even  choose whether or not your skin will have cutouts for logos on devices like the Nexus 6. Today, dbrand has added another material to its selection in the form of bamboo.

Okay, so it’s not real bamboo. But it is authentic 3M bamboo vinyl material, exclusive to dbrand on a limited run. We’ve had our hands on the bamboo-textured material with our One M9+ for a few days now, and it feels quite authentic, largely thanks to the micro-ridges meant to simulate real bamboo. If you were one of the many people who wanted OnePlus’s genuine bamboo back cover, but couldn’t snag one of your own thanks to low supply, these skins are a great alternative.


The bamboo skins are available across dbrand’s entire device portfolio, and can be combined with other textures to create whatever design your heart desires. And the best part? To kick off the launch, dbrand is offering a 25% discount on everything in the store for the first 24 hours. Prices are pre-discounted on the site, meaning you won’t have to futz with a coupon code, so act fast — the offer ends tomorrow at 12 PM EST! You can customize your order and grab your own at


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