There has been a lot of dope stuff coming from Kickstarter lately. These CordCruncher headphones solve a problem that I’m sure most people that have an iPod have came across. There’s nothing worse than putting your headphones in your pocket, pulling them out, and then taking 5 minutes to get them untangled. No worries, here come CordCruncher.
I feel like a lot of people forget that other brands of headphones are out there because of Beats By Dre. For me, I just can’t justify spending that much money on headphones. If you’re anything like me in that regard, some headphones like these might be what you’re looking for.
So ladies… are these cool or completely ridiculous? It’s an interesting concept, no doubt, BUT what if you’re already wearing earrings. Then you’re double dippin’ on ear flare. Plus, I have enough troubles with my headphones getting all tangled ‘n shit in my pocket. These would rip off on the first pull.
If you’re anything like me, pulling a knotted up mess of headphone cables out of your pocket for the fourth time in a single day, is enough to make you want to spike a labrador puppy on the sidewalk as if you scored the game winning touchdown in the Super Bowl. Save puppies. Go wireless. Plus, a price point of 40 bucks is hard to argue with.
Sneakhype is back at it with another great giveaway. This time, 2 winners will each receive a set of Phiaton PS 20 Bluetooth wireless headphones ($150 each). These headphones deliver unparalleled sound quality, allowing you to listen to music and make phone calls wirelessly via Bluetooth. Basically, you’ll be a boss rocking 150 dollar wireless headphones.
I’m really diggin’ the colorway and pattern on these new collaboration headphones from Beats By Dre. They hooked up with clothing brand, illest, for their 3rd anniversary. They are supposed to be released to the public at the SEMA show in Vegas which starts November 1st.
Popular accessory manufacturer, Incase, has decided to step into the ring with other headphone heavyweights. They’re dropping a line of 4 different headphones in September of this year. If their headphones are similar in quality to the rest of their products, these are sure to please.
Possibly the dopest pair of headphones I’ve ever seen. That being said, unless I just had an ungodly amount of money, I would never spend $1000 on a pair of headphones. Although they’re only going to be 50 pairs made, and I know the sound quality will be glorious. I just can’t justify it.