Best 10 cases for Motorola Moto G 2015

Unless you're comfortable with rocking your Moto G 2015 naked, you've probably scooped up a case or are on the hunt for one that suits your needs. We've selected 10 of the best cases for the Moto G 2015 that include popular names like Ringke, OtterBox, and Tudia. Whether you're after a multi-layer case that is built for rugged use or a simple slim skin that adds just enough protection without bulking up your device, there's a little something for everyone here.

Ringke Fusion Crystal Case

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Hands down one of our favorite clear cases, the Ringke Fusion Crystal Case for Moto G 2015 lets the original design of your device shine through its transparent polycarbonate shell. The clear TPU bumper also adds some extra grip around the edges with port covers to keep out dirt and other debris. Included with the case is a screen protector to shield against scratches — not a bad deal for $10.99.

$10.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit Case

This crafty skin case not only adds great grip, but features a cool circuitry design on the back. The Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit Case wraps perfectly around the Moto G 2015 for a slim look and feel that handles minor impacts. You'll find precise cutouts for everything, including the camera, ports, and side buttons. Grab one in black, blue, clear, green, red, smoke, or teal.

$9.90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

i-Blason Prime Case & Holster

For a durable case and holster combo, the i-Blason Prime for Moto G 2015 is protective and affordable. The dual-layer design of the hard case ensures your device is safe from harsh impacts while the rigid polycarbonate shell grants a solid grip. On the back is a fold-out kickstand for convenient viewing when needed and the matching rugged holster is a great addition if you're into wearing your Moto G 2015 at your side.

$14.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Cimo Premium Skin Case

If you prefer your case plain and simple, the Cimo Premium Skin Case for Moto G 2015 is one to check out. The glossy TPU edging compliments the soft matte finish on the back, leaving complete access to everything your Moto G 2015 has to offer. It's also incredibly slim and available in variety of colors.

$7.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

OtterBox Defender Case

Perfect for anyone who works outside or just wants to rock the OtterBox name, the Defender Case for Moto G 2015 is a safe bet against the worst kind of impacts. An integrated screen protector shields your display from scratches while the polycarbonate shell and rubber skin make sure the rest of your device stays safe from damage. OtterBox also includes the matching rugged holster with the rest of case, so you don't have to purchase them separately. Grab one in black, glacier, or melon berry.

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Cruzerlite Hybrid Case

This hybrid case from Cruzerlite fits nicely around the Moto G 2015 and does an impressive job at protecting against both minor and major impacts. The inner TPU layer pokes through the smooth polycarbonate shell along the sides to really enhance grip. All the ports and buttons are easily accessible while the cover is worn, and the display stays elevated from surface wear thanks to the thick lip around the front.

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TUDIA Slim Fit Merge Case

Tudia's Merge Case for the Moto G 2015 packs 2 protective layers that manage to keep a fairly slim appearance. There's not a lot going on aesthetically, but there's enough grip to help keep your Moto G 2015 in your hands. Side buttons are raised through the plastic shell for a precise press and the camera opening is wide enough for perfect shots. Colors include black, slate, mint, and pink.

$12.90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Caseformers Armor Case

Sporting a kind of robotic design is Caseformer's Armor Case for Moto G 2015. This hybrid cover is great for grip and even features a fold-out kickstand on the back for watching movies on the fly. Its unique appearance certainly stands out next to any other case and looks cool in any of the 6 available colors.

$9.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

MoKo Rugged Case

Our last kickstand case of the bunch is the MoKo Rugged Case for Moto G 2015. This cover rocks a design that most should be familiar with, as it's used with many different manufacturers. The soft polycarbonate shell may not be ideal for preventing fingerprints, but it certainly nails the grip aspect. With plenty of texture on the back and a convenient kickstand to boot, you can't go wrong for its $7.99 price tag. Colors include black, blue, purple, and red.

$7.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

TUDIA Lucion Hybrid Case

Last up is the Tudia Lucion Hybrid Case that features a transparent design on the back matched with a grippy TPU side bumper that feels as rugged as it looks. This particular cover is excellent against impacts and it keeps the display of the Moto G 2015 safe with the raised lip on the front. If you like a slightly see-through look to your case, snatch this one up in any of the 3 available colors.

$9.90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

What's your favorite Moto G 2015 case?

That's a wrap on our top 10 best cases for the Moto G 2015. If you're currently protecting your new Moto G with a case we'd like to hear about it in the comments! As always, feel free to hit up our cases thread in the Moto G 2015 forums to join the discussion and see what others are talking about.

23 Comments
  • Tudia Merge hands down best TPU (fit/function). Moto G is fairly tough naked, so going full combat seems overkill for daily duties. It also keeps the thickness to a min, given the depth. Wish Diztronic would release a minimal bumper...another great TPU brand. Using these on our family of 1+
    Also waiting on Poetic Affinity to be released, looks to be nice & minimal.
  • I've got a diztronic tpu case for the Moto G 2015 I reviewed that's going up in a couple days. Definitely a great slim cover. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I have the diztronic and mine does NOT fit properly leaving a gap between the back center of the phone and the corresponding area of the case. Id suggest avoiding this one. I might buy the cimo and try it. $8 or so isn't a lot of money, but still a waste. :(
  • I've heard quite a few complaints about the Tudia case not fitting quite like it should but my Ringke's fit is PERFECT. Sounds like you got lucky and have a good fitting one, which does seem quite rare.
  • Armor protection or nothing at all!!!!! Dam It Feels Good To Be A Google Gangster
  • Well I just love the Cruzerlite.... demo on the Nexus 5 here https://youtu.be/KY9Svj9fYVg Posted via the Android Central App
  • I have got glowing silicon case for mine... http://www.techsemo.com/2015/12/motorola-motog-turbo-price-feature-speci...
  • I do have the Ringke fusion (smoke) and I must say it's a pretty good case. It's a fingerprint magnet and the lids on the headphone jack and usb port are annoying but it protects and looks good Posted via the Android Central App
  • Sweet. I've tried the ringke Crystal and it's not bad. Didn't take long for the bumper to show yellowing though :-/ Posted via the Android Central App
  • I've had the smoke one for 6 weeks and my job gets my hands pretty nasty...no yellowing here :)
  • Nice write up. I have the Ringke Fusion case with smoke sides instead of the clear. As someone else mentioned the port covers are a little annoying, but they can be cut off easily if not wanted. Overall I really like the case. It adds some much needed grip on the sides. Without the case I feel like the phone will slip right out of my hand, but with the case the feel is much better. I may have to pick up one of the other cases you reviewed here as a second option. Some times it is nice to switch things up. Posted via the Android Central App
  • So you read my XDA review :) Glad it helped you make your decision!
  • Is a case necessary on the moto g? I don't have one. My wife has the 2014 and I am on a LG g2. If something happens my plan is to get a moto g. I use cases on my phone but the appeal of the g to me is I can replace the back cover if it gets messed up. Is this accurate? Posted via the Android Central App
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