ColorWare Color Descriptions

There are two general color types available: metallic and solid. The exact appearance of a metallic color does vary based on the type and angle of light hitting the surface.


High Gloss: A shiny high gloss finish that is smooth.
Matte: A low gloss, softer looking finish.

Solid Colors: Solid colors are pure color, with no effects or variation.

Cranberry: A lush, dark red.
Ferrari: A bright, standard red... basically, the good old fire engine red.
Crush: A very bright, standard orange.
Mango: A warm, rich yellow-orange.
Caution: A bright canary yellow.
Billiard: A bright, Kelly green.
Jade: A springtime green with slight blue undertones.
Caribbean: A lively balance of blue and green.
Glacier: A bright blue with subtle green.
Cobalt: A blue with grey undertones.
Abyss: A deep navy blue.
Concord: A medium-shade purple; your basic purple, slightly muted.
Fusion: A vibrant fuchsia. Our darkest shade of pink.
Cotton Candy: A bright carnation pink, with hints of blue undertones.
Romance: A pale, baby girl pink. The lightest pink shade.
Smoke White: Standard, bright white.
Vanilla: A warm, light beige.
Frostbite: A light, brisk shade of blue.
Fossil: A neutral stone grey.
Coffee: A milk chocolate brown.
Jet Black: Standard, deep, dark black... think piano black.

Metallic Colors: Metallic colors have tiny flakes within the shade that add a little variation and sparkle to the color. The metallic paint colors range from a fine-grain metallic flake to a more coarse-grain metallic flake. The fine metallic flakes are very subtle while the coarse flakes are more noticeable.

Candy Apple:
A deep, dark red with fine-grain metallic flakes. Definitely not burgundy.
Hybrid: A burnt red-orange with medium-grain metallic flakes.
Blaze: A slightly muted standard orange with coarse-grain metallic flakes.
GoldRush: A rich gold with medium-grain metallic flakes.
Lightning: A muted, tawny yellow with slight green undertones and fine-grain metallic flakes.
Envy: A very bright, lime green with fine-grain metallic flakes.
Alpine: A vibrant crayon-box green with coarse-grain metallic flakes.
Dragon: A deep, forest green with coarse-grain metallic flakes.
Midnight: Standard crayon blue, with fine-grain metallic flakes adding a little pizzazz.
Techno: A bright, vibrant blue with medium-grain metallic flakes.
Powder: A dusty, muted grey-blue with medium-grain metallic flakes.
Wet: A bright light blue, almost a baby blue with fine-grain metallic flakes.
Lilac: A light, dusty lavender with fine-grain metallic flakes.
Blush: A medium, rose pink and the 2nd darkest shade of pink (fusion is darker). Blush has medium-grain metallic flakes.
Mystique: A bright, royal purple with coarse-grain metallic flakes.
Prowler: A deep, dark purple with reddish undertones and coarse-grain flakes.
Root Beer: A warm, metallic match to the cold drink. Root Beer has coarse-grain flakes.
Sand: A bright taupe, resembles a dark, beach sand with medium-grain metallic flakes.
Steel: A silver with coarse-grain flakes.
Graphite: A medium-dark grey with fine-grain metallic flakes.
Carbon Black: A standard black, with medium-grain flakes. Not a grey.

Pearl Colors: A Pearl Coating which adds not only depth but a brilliant color changing effect when exposed to certain light.

Diamond: A brilliant, sparkling white.
Glamour: A light pink with shimmering pearl.
Star Dust: A lustrous, medium yellow.
Zest: A medium orange, lightened by a pearl sheen.

Holiday Order Datesshow

To ensure delivery before December 25th please order by the following dates.

RUSH orders are not affected by this chart. They will ship according to the rush option chosen.