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At some point or another, most of you reading this have owned (maybe you still do) a pair of over-the-ear, noise-cancelling headphones. They’re great for airplanes. They’re great for busy suburban adventures. Most of them are even comfortable enough to wear to bed if zoning out to music is your thing. Bose finally revamped their Quiet Comfort QC15 headphones. The new QC25s might not be any cheaper than the original QC15s, but $300 isn’t a bad price for what you get. The new model has a pivoting cup design which makes them easy to pack and store–along with making them more comfortable. The cable has inline mic/remote and is detachable, so you don’t have to worry about them getting ripped from your head if you snag the cable on something. They run on a single AAA battery which is good for 35 hours of use. Most importantly, thanks to the Bose Active EQ and TriPort technology you’ll get soaring vocals, deep bass and crisp drums.

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We’ve seen a lot of great commuter bags over the years, but most of them require you to pick between messenger, backpack and briefcase styles. With Everyman’s Hideout 5 Way Commuter Pack, you can have them all. Designed to easily switch between backpack, messenger, sling bag, clutch and briefcase configurations, this indestructible and weatherproof bag can be carried any way you want. It also has an easy access front zip pocket, an internal section that works with their mesh packing cubes and a TSA-approved Wooltech laptop sleeve. Being organized never looked this good.