These headphones are a rebellion against plastic cans that are too delicate to stand up to all the wear and tear we put a pair through. Crafted from locally grown Canadian Maple, each pair is durable, solid, and provides a unique detailed tone. The density of the wood used offers naturally good insulation from outside noises, kind of like an organic noise-cancelling system. The hardware is made from lightweight aircraft-grade aluminum for a more durable system than anything made from just plastic components, and the ear pads are designed using natural leather. Of course, all this wouldn’t really matter if the headphones sounded like shit, but the No Comply headphones sound rich, engaging, and perfect for all genres of music. They also happen to look far more unique than anything you can pick up at your local electronics store.