Best Ash Skins In Apex Legends That Make You Stand Out

Enjoy our collection of the top Ash Skins in Apex Legends!

Best Ash Skins In Apex Legends
Best Ash Skins In Apex Legends

Ever since Ash’s release in Season 11 of Apex Legends, many people have come to like and main her. Ash is most commonly known for her “Marked for Death” ability, which allows you to gather very vital information on other squads by interacting with deathboxes. Her tactical ability the “Arc Snare is also a useful device, but what stands out is her ultimate “Phase Breach” ability. Ash’s ultimate allows you to instantly teleport into the distance via a one-way portal, and some have even called her a better version of Wraith due to this. With all of that being said, our focus today is mostly on Ash’s skins, and we’re going to cover all of her best skins on today’s list. Keep in mind that she was released as recently as Season 11, so there won’t be a long list of skins to choose from.

Fallen Angel

The “Fallen Angel” skin for Ash is not part of a specific Apex Legends Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that can be crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or unboxed via an Apex Pack.  

The "Fallen Angel" skin in Apex Legends

We’re used to Ash having a specific aesthetic, and nearly all of her skins seem to play into that. Although there aren’t many skins for her, the ones she does have are really good and play into what her character is supposed to look like. We believe that this is one of the best, if not the best Ash skin in Apex legends. It was featured on our list of the best skins in Apex Legends for a reason. Fortunately, you can go ahead and craft this beauty via the Legends Menu right now. 

Synthetic Huntress

The “Synthetic Huntress” skin for Ash was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 12 Warriors Collection Event in 2022. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 2400 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 Apex Coins. 

The "Synthetic Huntress" skin in Apex Legends

The “Synthetic Huntress” skin is a bit different from Ash’s usual skins. As the name suggests, this skin has a mix of themes. It tries to convey a hunting aesthetic, whilst still staying futuristic and “synthetic”. The design of the head in particular is something that may turn potential Ash mains off this skin, mainly because it clashes with Ash’s default style. However, the rest of the skin still looks cool and may appeal to other people. 

Chain of Command 

The “Chain of Command” skin for Ash was released as part of the Ash Launch Bundle in 2021. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been bought for 3000 Apex Coins with the Ash Launch Bundle.  

The "Chain of Command" skin in Apex Legends

This skin is unlike most of the skins available for Ash, and it’s a strong contender for the best Ash skin in Apex Legends. The design is futuristic, and something about it just invokes fear. Now that we think about it, it’s very similar to Revenant and his skins, which is also why it probably makes you feel uneasy. We highly recommend purchasing this skin the next time it makes its way to the in-game shop.

Daemon Hunter

The “Daemon Hunter” skin for Ash is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s an epic skin that can be crafted for 400 Crafting Materials via the Legends Menu.

The "Daemon Hunter" skin in Apex Legends

What would a list like this be without the “Daemon Hunter” skin. We’ve included this skin in nearly all of the best-of articles due to how well it pairs with each character and their original look. The red and black color scheme is always pleasant to look at, especially when it's applied to Ash. This skin is great for people who are getting familiar with Ash, but still want a nice skin that doesn’t cost much.

Burning Chrome

The “Burning Chrome” skin for Ash was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 12 Anniversary Collection Event in 2022. It’s an epic skin that could’ve been crafted for 800 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1000 Apex Coins.

The "Burning Chrome" skin in Apex Legends

The 3rd Anniversary Collection Event brought us a lot of solid skins, and Ash received one of the best skins in the entire collection. This skin took every good trait of Ash’s default design, and improved it in every way possible. It is simple and clean, whilst also adding nice accents that complement the chrome. Unfortunately, the event that this skin came with ended already, so there’s no way of purchasing it right now. 

Venom Blade

The “Venom Blade” skin for Ash was released as part of the claimable loot for Twitch Prime Gaming  Subscribers in November 2021. It’s an epic bundle skin that could’ve been claimed from the 5th of November to the 10th of December in 2021.

The "Venom Blade" skin in Apex Legends

This skin has an exceptional design that we believe many people enjoyed when it was available to claim in November of last year. It’s a slight deviation from the usual Ash skin, and it has a vibrant color scheme. Due to the fact that this skin was part of the Twitch Prime gaming loot, it probably won’t make a comeback in the future. Prime gaming skins are always a good catch, which is why we recommend keeping an eye out for any future prime gaming loot. 

Ash surprised us with her graceful stature and fashion choice, but there are also other legends out there that deserve your attention. That’s why we’ve made similar lists for other legends.

Check out our list of the best Mad Maggie skins in Apex, the best Octane skins in Apex, the best Wraith skins in Apex, and lastly, the best Fuse skins in Apex

As previously mentioned, we also made an article covering the best skins for each Apex Legend.

There’s not a lot Ash can’t do, especially if you have a more aggressive playstyle. With that being said we hope our list made you appreciate Ash more than you currently do.