Best Lee Sin Skins in LoL, Ranked (Season 14)

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Best Lee Sin Skins in LoL, Ranked (Season 14)

These are the best Lee Sin skins since the ASU update!

After a long, seriously anticipated wait, Lee Sin has finally received his ASU! While I’m always fearful about what Riot will present us with, in this case, I am pleased to say that Riot has blown us away. Lee Sin’s ASU is everything you could possibly dream of, and the new, super slick attack animations are sure to help you land that Insec Kick every time (well, probably).

A fair few of Lee Sin’s skins have also been updated, and some have actually become a whole lot better than before. That’s why today, I’ll rank the best ones below, so you’ll know exactly which skins are worth your buck after the latest update. 

Let’s kick things off (ba dum ts) with God Fist Lee Sin!

#6 God Fist Lee Sin

  • Release Date: April 5, 2017
  • Cost:  1820 RP

God Fist Lee Sin used to be my all-time favorite skin. Not even Storm Dragon Lee Sin could win over my heart quite like God Fist did. However…. This is honestly one of the few Lee Sin skins that unfortunately received a downgrade after his update. They kind of shrunk his muscles and the overall look just isn’t as polished as it used to be. 

Now, that’s not to say it’s a bad skin by any means. It’s still a total masterpiece, and it’s packed with flashy effects, “Super Saiyan” inspo, and hilarious emotes.

The skin is just not as showstopping as it once was, hence why I’m relegating it to the 6th spot.

#5 Divine Heavenscale Lee Sin

  • Release Date: February 7, 2024
  • Cost:  Mythic, approx $200

There’s no beating (or I should say kicking) around the bush: This skin isn’t worth $200 bucks, no matter what Riot says. However, if you have the money to splurge? And I mean serious money? You’ll definitely appreciate this skin. 

The splash art is gorgeous, the character model has the ethereal vibe spot on, and the attack animations are honestly flawless and packed with mythical effects. To top it off, your recall literally turns the Rift into a fireworks display. It’s awesome, captivating stuff. 

#4 Acolyte Lee Sin

  • Release Date: April 1, 2011
  • Cost: 750 RP

The OG Acolyte Lee Sin skin was nothing to write home about. But that all changed with the ASU. The skin is now one of the best value skins in the whole game! Despite its budget-friendly 750 RP price tag, the character model is stunning. It’s packed with detail, fits the acolyte theme perfectly, and has a glowy, premium feel that I can’t help but love. The dark purples and blues are also a lot more complimentary than the original color scheme.

#3 Pool Party Lee Sin

  • Release Date: September 9, 2013
  • Cost:  975 RP

Okay. Pool Party Lee Sin isn’t exactly the most unique or flashiest skin in the game. However, it makes up for this with its pure comedy appeal. I mean, just imagine slaying that enemy who spouted “get gud” over and over… While sporting sunglasses, an aloha necklace, and a coconut drink. It’s good, RP-worthy stuff, regardless of how simple the animations are. 

Plus, with the new ASU, Lee Sin is now also rocking a swanky ponytail. It just adds to his chill beach vibes and makes everything infinitely better.

#2 Muay Thai Lee Sin 

  • Release Date: July 24, 2012
  • Cost:  975 RP

Muay Thai Lee Sin has always been a firm favorite among Lee OTPs, mainly because it feels so darn good to play with. The attack animations are incredibly smooth and you can really feel the “oomph” in every blow.

And yep, I’m pleased to say that Muay Thai Lee Sin remains a top contender even with the ASU changes. In fact, the skin has actually had a glow up in my opinion, with more vibrant, befitting colors on both the character model and attack animations.

#1 Storm Dragon Lee Sin 

  • Release Date: October 1, 2020
  • Cost:  1820 RP

Think of the most powerful, badass mythological creature, and I can guarantee that a dragon comes to mind. So, it should be no surprise that Dragon Fist Lee Sin — which basically turns Lee Sin into an otherworldly dragon warrior — is going to be a phenomenal skin. 

Everything about Dragon Fist Lee Sin screams fear-inducing power, from the killer attack animations to the eye-catching character model. Plus, the sound effects are some of the best in the game, so you can rest at ease knowing you’ll be able to hear every ability in the heat of the battle.

Now, I know that the ASU-updated Storm Dragon Lee Sin got some bad rap for his new ponytail. But personally? I absolutely love the change. It kind of reminds me of a dragon’s tail, which works perfectly with the theme.  

And let’s be real: the Storm Dragon Lee dance emote is by far the best in the whole game. I never get tired of his groovin’ moves, no matter how much I spam it.

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