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The Best Green CS2 Skins for Every Weapon

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Looking to green up your loadout? In this guide, we’ll introduce you to every green skin in the game. For each weapon, we’ve picked our favorite green skin and included a gallery of other options you can choose from. Let’s get some green CS2 skins!

Pistols: Green CS2 Skins

Pistols in CS2 come with a huge range of skins, including plenty of green options. Here they are: 

CZ75-Auto | Emerald

Price: around $30

With a chrome base covered in a vivid, solid color, Emerald skins are basically the green version of the Hot Rod skin series. Thanks to a small float range (0.00–0.08), it comes in Factory New and Minimal Wear only, so you won’t have to worry about signs of wear and tear.

Check out Emerald Quartz ($117–$125) for a dark shade of green and Eco ($0.50–$3) for a light-green & white combo.

Open cases with CZ75-Auto | Emerald

Desert Eagle | Emerald Jörmungandr

Price: $325–$370

Unmistakably a part of the Norse Collection, this is the only green Deagle skin in CS2—so if you’re a Deagle fan and going for an all-green loadout, Valve kind of made the choice for you.

The design depicts Jörmungandr: the huge sea serpent from Norse mythology, which encircles the earth and bites on his own tail. When Jörmungandr lets go of his tail, all hell will break loose and the final battle spanning the entire world (AKA Ragnarök) will begin. 

Open cases with Desert Eagle | Emerald Jörmungandr

Dual Berettas | Cobra Strike

Price: $43–$65

With a cobra on the grip and neon-green venom on the slide, this skin really lives up to its name. It’s made all the more interesting by the hexagonal pattern along the length of the barrel. If Counter-Strike was an RPG, you can be sure these would poison enemies on hit. 

We picked this one because it’s not only green, but also interesting. If green is all you’re after, check out Dual Berettas | Emerald ($34–$62). 

Open cases with Dual Berettas | Cobra Strike

Five-SeveN | Neon Kimono

Price: $250–$325

Decorated with a pattern intended to resemble those found on traditional Japanese kimonos, Neon Kimono features a combination of neon green with shades of white and gray.

The color balance depends on the pattern of the skin: you can find patterns where neon green dominates (pictured here) and those where there’s a lot more white. The green ones are much more desirable, but thankfully they don’t reach crazy prices. 

Open cases with Five-SeveN | Neon Kimono

Glock-18 | Gamma Doppler

Price: $40–$70

The only non-knife in the Gamma Doppler family. It blends bright green with shades of blue and aquamarine, with the exact look depending on the Phase and pattern index of the skin. (We’ll go over Gamma Doppler Phases in a minute, when we get to green knife skins.)

Of course, the greenest of the bunch is the Glock-18 | Gamma Doppler Emerald, which can be a little difficult to find on Steam. Luckily, it’s easily available on third-party marketplaces, with prices starting at around $170. 

glock-18-gamma-doppler-emerald cs2 skin

For a cheaper green Glock-18 skin, take a look at Nuclear Garden ($2.80–$8.80). 

Open cases with Glock-18 | Gamma Doppler

P2000 | Turf

Price: $0.10–$1

Simple and effective, Turf combines a fairly muted shade of green with white accents and a black camo pattern. This skin was originally named “Sport”, and it’s part of a wider green collection created by Citizen-X—so far, it’s the only skin from the list to make it into the game, though. 

Open cases with P2000 | Turf

P250 | See Ya Later

Price: $2.60–$9.60

Originally named “Cyber Croc”, this design features a mechanized crocodile—most evident in the teeth painted on the side of the barrel… and the name. We’ll give you a sec to finish the epic eye roll at the pun in the latter. Anyway, the skin is green and interesting, so there you are! 

Open cases with P250 | See Ya Later

R8 Revolver | Survivalist

Price: $0.12–$0,36

Survivalist, with its distinct Walking Dead vibe, is the only green R8 Revolver skin. The metal parts feature a striped green pattern that appears spray-painted onto a vanilla Revolver, while the grip is secured with aging, once-white tape.

Open cases with R8 Revolver | Survivalist

Tec-9 | Nuclear Threat

Price: $43–$915

Here’s the Nuclear Threat skin from the Nuke collection (also available for the P250). With the dark-green base and neon-green hazard signs, it’s definitely eye-catching and distinctive despite its relative simplicity. Try making it even more interesting with bright-green stickers, like Flipsid3 Tactics | Atlanta 2017 or Sprout Esports | Boston 2018

Open cases with Tec-9 | Nuclear Threat

USP-S | Monster Mashup

Price: $16–$40

Inspired by the works KAWS, the well-known street artist, this very green design features a monster, whose tongue doubles as the trigger and teeth line the underside of the barrel. Monster-themed doodles and drawings cover every surface of the gun, including the silencer. 

Open cases with USP-S | Monster Mashup

Assault Rifles: Green CS2 Skins

For most players, assault rifles are where it’s at. Here are all the green skins you could ever want for your ARs: 

AK-47 | Wild Lotus

Price: $3000–$14500+

Okay, so it’s not the most original choice, but it’s the greenest AK-47, so there. Personally, I like the Green Laminate ($13–$30), but most people would call that boring—so there’s no winning here, really. 

In case you’re brand-new to Counter-Strike, Wild Lotus is one of the rarest skins out there, with extremely low availability and correspondingly insane prices. The design features a deep-green base with a custom-painted lotus flower (and what looks like a lily on the stock) and even though it may not look like it, Wild Lotus is one of the most expensive skins in CS2

Check out our list of the best AK-47 skins in CS2 for other ideas on how to make your AK stand out.

Open cases with AK-47 | Wild Lotus

M4A4 | Poseidon

Price: $1180–$1800

Is it green? Is it blue? The jury’s still out on that one, but it’s the closest thing to green among M4A4 skins, so it’ll have to do. (Unless dark army green is your thing, in which case, check out M4A4 | Zirka and M4A4 | The Battlestar.)

Poseidon looks pretty cool in its own right, but it also happens to have the misfortune of being a Classified rifle from the Gods and Monsters collection. This makes it a prime candidate to be used up in attempts at crafting the coveted AWP | Medusa. Check out our CS2 trade-up guide if none of this is making sense and our list of the best M4A4 skins if that’s your AR of choice. 

Open cases with M4A4 | Poseidon

M4A1-S | Emphorosaur-S

Price: $0.50–$3.30

Featuring a velociraptor (not an “emphorosaurus”, sorry!) tearing through the side of the rifle, this skin is one of the greenest options for M4A1-S users. The see-through magazine is an interesting choice here, too. If you’re more into army green, check out M4A1-S | Flashback ($0.40–$3). And remember to visit our list of the best M4A1-S skins in CS2!

Open cases with M4A1-S | Emphorosaur-S

AUG | Carved Jade

Price: $15–$20

Similar in appearance to the Emerald group of skins, Carved Jade comes from the Ancient Collection and features a chrome base with a lightly textured green coat. It’s simple, it’s green, and it’s super-affordable—plus, it only comes in a float range of 0.00–0.20, so wear maxes out at Field-Tested. 

The only other AUG skin with a green element is the AUG | Chameleon ($3–$5), though as the green chameleon is on the stock of the rifle, you won’t see much of it during gameplay.

Open cases with AUG | Carved Jade

FAMAS | Meow 36

Price: $0.07–$0.32

Meow 36 is a fairly simple green skin, featuring a green abstract pattern and a large number 36. Upon closer inspection, you’ll also find details like a “MEOW Weapons” logo and white arrows. 

Open cases with FAMAS | Meow 36

Galil AR | Eco

Price: $3–$28

This is one of the two Eco skins in the game, with the other being CZ75-Auto | Eco ($0.40–$3). It combines off-white with vivid green and a series of small symbols and details, like the recycling symbol, “ECO Industries” logo, and a barcode with a tiny Easter egg—the numbers on the barcode are actually a bomb code usable in-game. 

For a more rugged look and much darker green, check out Galil AR | Vandal (around $1).

Open cases with Galil AR | Eco

SG 553 | Dragon Tech

Price: $0.40–$1.70

There’s a lot going on in this design, isn’t there? The biomechanical dragon that’s featured as the centerpiece blends a futuristic art style with a look typical of traditional Asian art, and the result should satisfy anyone looking for a cool, complex green skin. The writing below the scope reads “Dragon Spirit”, by the way. 

Open cases with SG 553 | Dragon Tech

Sniper Rifles: Green CS2 Skins

Green sniper rifles may not be particularly camouflage-friendly in the kinds of environments that we see in official CS2 maps, but hey—they sure look great! If you’re building a fully green loadout, consider adding these to your collection: 

AWP | Containment Breach

Price: $45–$510

When thinking about green sniper rifles in CS2, Containment Breach has to be one of the first skins that come to mind (closely followed by Atheris). Featuring a sci-fi/horror-themed design with mutated rats against a vivid green, radioactive forest, it’s super-green and incredibly distinctive. 

Open cases with AWP | Containment Breach

SCAR-20 | Emerald

Price: $36–$93

Another Emerald, mostly because CS2 skins don’t get much greener than this. With a float range of 0.00–0.08, this skin comes in Factory New and Minimal Wear only, with the latter being much rarer. On some marketplaces, this can drive up the prices of MW Emeralds to higher than those of FN ones. 

For a cheaper but still very green alternative, see SCAR-20 | Powercore ($0.30–$2).

Open cases with SCAR-20 | Emerald

G3SG1 | Dream Glade

Price: $0.20–$1.20

You’re using a G3SG1, so unusual choices are your thing. This means that you might enjoy Dream Glade! The custom-painted skin features a dark-green forest filled with strange, funny little creatures. The forest clears in the middle of the design to reveal a blue evening sky. 

If you’re not into this aesthetic and world prefer the simplest green skin possible, check out G3SG1 | Green Apple (around $0.10).

Open cases with G3SG1 | Dream Glade

SSG 08 | Sea Calico

Price: $250–$320

The faded-yellow floral pattern in this skin goes a long way to bring out the deep, dark green (though some say it’s teal… whatever the difference may be) of the background. The light-yellow used for the scope is also a nice touch. 

Open cases with SSG 08 | Sea Calico

SMGs: Green CS2 Skins

These SMG skins will turn you into a green blur as you’re running-and-gunning across the map: 

P90 | Grim

Price: $0.10–$0.70

Is it rare, expensive, and sought-after? No, Grim is none of those things—but this is a largely subjective list, and I find Grim cooler than the (overpriced) Emerald Dragon, as far as green P90s go. The design includes various shades of green over a nearly black base and features skeletal specters reminiscent of old-timey animation. 

Open cases with P90 | Grim

MAC-10 | Nuclear Garden

Price: $5.80–$11

Looking a bit like a toxic version of AWP | Acheron (not coincidentally, as they come from the same collection), Nuclear Garden shows assorted bones and skulls with radioactive biohazard symbols on their foreheads, all in shades of vivid green. The pattern is randomized, so depending on the index, the positions of the skulls will differ between skins. 

Open cases with MAC-10 | Nuclear Garden

MP7 | Powercore

Price: $0.50–$2.90

If you’ve ever wanted to run-and-gun in Counter-Strike with a hammer drill, MP7 | Powercore will make that dream come true. Designed to look like a power tool, this skin is a cool addition to any all-green loadout.

Open cases with MP7 | Powercore

MP9 | Hydra

Price: $3.40–$17

Referencing Operation Hydra, this skin combines neon-green with black to create an eye-catching, vivid design. It features black snakes that could be a reference to the mythical Hydra from Greek legends, although that creature had nine heads, not four. 

Open cases with MP9 | Hydra

PP-Bizon | Fuel Rod

Price: $0.50–$3

We’re entering radioactive territory again with this skin: its magazine has been painted to look as if it’s filled with a green liquid… that specific shade of green that never bodes well in sci-fi games and movies. 

Open cases with PP-Bizon | Fuel Rod

UMP-45 | Plastique

Price: $0.50–$1.85

Originally named “Bomb” by its creator Graff, Plastique looks like a—you guessed it—bomb. The receiver resembles packs of C4, while the body of the rifle resembles circuit boards connected with wires and featuring a number pad with a partially entered code. Very apt, given the objective in CS2. 

Open cases with UMP-45 | Plastique

MP5-SD | Phosphor

Price: $3.10–$9

For the MP5, this is as green as it gets in CS2. The skin has a dark blue base with streaks of fluorescent green, blue, and pink along the top. If you’re intending to get this skin, go for the lowest float possible—the colors that make this skin stand out will be at their most vivid. 

Open cases with MP5-SD | Phosphor

Shotguns: Green CS2 Skins

For the shottie crowd, CS2 has quite a few cool green skins to offer. Check these out:

Nova | Hyper Beast

Price: $14–$34

While it’s not the greenest Nova skin (look at the Toy Soldier or Green Apple for that), it’s definitely the coolest. From the teeth on the forearm and grip to the vivid colors and distinctive art style, Hyper Beast stands out as one of the most interesting Nova skins out there. 

Open cases with Nova | Hyper Beast

MAG-7 | Counter Terrace

Price: $112–$135

Part of The Rising Sun collection, Counter Terrace features a geometric, green-and-white pattern with elements of an optical illusion. Fun fact: the name refers to the fact that MAG-7 is a CT-only weapon. There’s a skin for the T-side exclusive Tec-9 called “Terrace” (also with a geometric pattern, but in yellow). 

Anyway, the only other skin for MAG-7 that features a green element is MAG-7 | Monster Call ($0.26–$1.60), so green choices are pretty limited here. 

Open cases with MAG-7 | Counter Terrace

Sawed-Off | First Class

Price: $35–$56

Get that VIP treatment with First Class. The skin features a texture that makes it look as if the grip and forearm of the shotgun are wrapped in green leather. You can give your AK an executive upgrade, too, with the matching AK-47 | First Class

Open cases with Sawed-Off | First Class

XM1014 | Elegant Vines

Price: $70

The floral design of Elegant Vines changes depending on the pattern index, though there are no specific patterns to look out for. Every pattern will include lots of green, so you don’t need to worry about ending up with an all-red skin. 

Elegant Vines is a Restricted item from the 2021 Mirage Collection, which also includes the Classified Desert Eagle | Fennec Fox, MP5-SD | Oxide Oasis, and of course, Covert AWP | Desert Hydra. The $70 price tag is more to do with crafting value than anything else, so if you want to get this skin to actually use it, go for the Souvenir version ($3 for Factory New). 

Open cases with XM1014 | Elegant Vines

Machine Guns: Green CS2 Skins

We’ll spare you the remarks about the usefulness and practicality of using a machine gun in a competitive match and skip straight to green skins for your M249 or Negev: 

M249 | Emerald Poison Dart

Price: $2–$2.50

This design—as the name implies—was inspired by the poison dart frog, which can sport all kinds of colorful patterns. (If you’re into red CS2 skins as well, check out the MP9 | Ruby Poison Dart, too.) It can also resemble a tropical fish. Either way, it’s green!

Open cases with M249 | Emerald Poison Dart

Negev | Terrain

Price: around $0.30

Terrain is the only green Negev skin in CS2, and even then, it could be argued that it’s closer to teal or blue. Let’s just agree it depends on the lighting. 

Open cases with Negev | Terrain

Knives: Green CS2 Skins

Knife skins tend to be the same across several different knife types, so we won’t go through every knife type and its green skins, as that would generate tons of repetition. Here are the green knife skins in CS2 and the knife types for which you can get them:

Gamma Doppler Emerald

Ah, the Legendary Gamma Doppler Emerald. As green as it gets for knives… and often also as expensive as it gets, unfortunately. Still, it’d be a shame not to include these skins just because most of us can’t afford them, right?

Here are all of the knives you can get with the Gamma Doppler Emerald skin, including prices. Note that these are starting prices—they come from the cheapest active offers we could find. Click on the links to see Key-Drop cases that contain each skin, maybe luck is on your side today!

Gamma Doppler Phases 1–4

While the Gamma Doppler Emerald is the absolute peak of greenness in CS2 knives, every Gamma Doppler phase is green to some degree. Let’s use the Huntsman Knife as an example of how the different phases look, including the color breakdown: 

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Phase 1

80% black / 20% green

Depending on the knife type and pattern, Phase 1 will have a fair amount of purplish-black with green accents. 

huntsman-knife-gamma-doppler-phase-2 cs2 skin

Phase 2

80% green / 20% black

Phase 2 is the greenest (after the Emerald) version of the Gamma Doppler. For most knives, this makes it the most desirable of all phases and the most expensive (again, not counting the Emerald). Phase 2 knives can cost up to 150% of the market price. 

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Phase 3

40% green / 30% black / 30% aqua

With aqua added to the mix, Phase 3 knives tend to have more blue undertones. 

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Phase 4

33% green / 33% black / 33% lime

The addition of lime brightens the blade and/or other parts of the knife. For Shadow Daggers, the handles will turn a lime color. Phase 4 Butterfly Knives also have a lime inlay in the handles. 

Gloves: Green CS2 Skins

There are quite a few green gloves in CS2, and they’re all, well… gloves: it’s difficult to come up with life-changing, or even interesting, commentary about gloves. Here are two of our favorites: 

Broken Fang Gloves | Jade

Broken Fang Gloves | Jade CS2 skin

Price: $100–$1385

Looking like something out of Far Cry (but cooler), the Jade Broken Fang Gloves include the customary Operation Broken Fang logo and a series of metal studs. Made almost entirely of green material, they’re the greenest option in the game, as far as gloves go. 

Of course, they look their best in Factory New condition, but you can get them in Battle-Scarred for just $100 or so (which isn’t much for gloves)—they’ll look very scuffed and rugged, but they’re still green!

Open cases with Broken Fang Gloves | Jade

Specialist Gloves | Emerald Web

Specialist Gloves | Emerald Web CS2 skin

Price: $480–$1000+

If you’re not into the fingerless Broken Fang gloves, but have a lot of money to spend, go for Specialist Gloves | Emerald Web. The vivid green used in this design, along with the iconic spiderweb pattern, combine to make these some of the best gloves in the game. 

Open cases with Specialist Gloves | Emerald Web

That’s it for our list of green CS2 skins: you’ve now seen every green skin in the game. Have fun putting together your green loadout, and if you want to save money on the more expensive skins, open cases on Key-Drop!

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