Headphones

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Cult of Individuality – Future Vintage Project SPONSORED

You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
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Headphones Made From Whiskey Barrels

You could make anything out of old whiskey barrels and we'd probably want to buy it. A miniature show pony made from Johnnie Walker casks? Give us a bucket full. A better example, these new headphones from Grado. The limited edition cans are handcrafted from recycled white oak that was once use by Bushmills over in ... continue reading
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Beats Studio Wireless Headphones

If you subscribe to Beats but don't subscribe to being tethered to your audio device, the Studio headphones now come in a wireless version. You still get the same Adaptive Noise Cancellation technology, rechargeable battery and re-engineered sound quality, but now you don't have to have a leash attached to whatever ... continue reading
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Nocs NS900 Live Headphones

Any pair of headphones that took two years to be developed are probably going to be some finely-tuned audio devices. Either that, or they are going to be terrible and the company kept screwing things up for 24 months. Knowing Nocs, the new NS900 Live Headphones will be the former. The DJ headphones sport two 40 mm ... continue reading
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Phiaton Chord MS 530

Nothing ruins a great song or the dialogue to a movie like a shrilling baby or a loud conversation. While there are plenty of noise-cancelling headphones out there for you to choose from, these new ones from Phiaton are right up there with the best. They knock out 98% of background noise and connect through Bluetooth ... continue reading
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Sony 3-In-1 Walkman

The reports of the Walkman's death have been greatly exaggerated. While the original Sony Walkman is no longer, the name lives on with the new Sony 3-in-1 Walkman WH Series. The new headphones not only feature a built-in MP3 player, they've also got built-in speakers so you can listen to your music with them hanging ... continue reading
$160 buy MORE: Audio, Headphones, Speakers, Tech.
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Urbanears Kransen In-Ear Headphones

Urbanears has been the go-to for eye-catching yet minimal headphones for some time now. With their new Kransen In-Ear Headphones they're keeping the array of colors that make their cans stand out but offering them up in an affordable in-ear model for those in need. Each pair is complete with a built-in mic, their smart ... continue reading
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Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear Headphones

If you're looking to add a hit of color to your portable audio experience but don't want to go the Urbanears route, the latest headphones from Sennheiser could be just what you're in the market for. The new Momentum On-Ear Headphones from Sennheiser are available in four different colors - Blue, Ivory, Pink, and Green ... continue reading
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a-JAYS Five

There are benefits to choosing in-ear headphones. You can workout with them easier, they are better for transport, and they keep your hair game in check (sue us, we like to look good). With the new a-JAYS Five, you've got even more reasons to ditch those bulky over-ear cans. With three different models, each designed ... continue reading
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Marshall Monitor Headphones

Well, it looks as if Marshall has gone all in, in the headphones game. After releasing the Marshall Majors and Marshall Minors a bit ago, the classic amp brand has now dropped the Marshall Monitors. The collapsible, over-ear cans, feature a completely detachable double-ended coil cord (complete with mic & remote) ... continue reading
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LSTN Wood Troubadour Headphones

If you have many leather-bound books and an apartment that smells of rich mahogany, we've found your headphones. Actually, all thing considered, the Troubadour cans from LSTN won't even set you back as much as some really good scotch. Available in Beech Wood, Cherry Wood, or Ebony Wood, each pair of Troubadours are ... continue reading
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Nixon The Stylus Headphones Surplus Green

Making any product available in a camo colorway all but assures that it will be successful in today's landscape. Rather than just slapping some forest or woodland camo on their already popular The Stylus headphones, Nixon deconstructed the standard colors a little bit and then applied them to the headphones. The end ... continue reading
$130 buy MORE: Audio, Headphones, Tech.
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Aedle VK-1 Headphones

Plenty of companies set out with lofty goals, uncompromising ideas and that last little bit of something that they need to create an awesome product. Most of them don't succeed. And Aedle? Well, damn. Have you seen these headphones? After years in development, the Aedle VK-1 Headphones (both the Classic Edition and ... continue reading
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