We put dozens of headphones through their paces on long runs, bike rides and bodyweight exercises to find the ten best sports headphones.
What Happens in Vegas Goes on the Internet
Have you (geeks) heard? CES 2014 is on, and we’ve got two men on the floor, app-ing and connectivity-ing and syncing with a vengeance. We’ll be updating you all week with the coolest thing’s we’ve found so far. Here’s the second batch, replete with Steam’s new controller, a Garmin dashcam, a digital servant and more.
Go forth and perform
Warm weather: we can’t say enough good things about it. There’s something noble about putting on cold weather gear and sticking it out all winter, but running in the summer, sweat pouring off your brow, hat and clothing looking like the Bonneville salt flats, the first sip of Heed after a 20 miles in the scorching heat, runner babes in short shorts — this is pure, unadulterated sport pleasure. Here’s the gear we’re wearing. If you’re prepping for a race or just like to hit the pavement for an hour after work, this stuff has performance written all over it.
Hudson Sutler Spring 2013 Duffles These blaring canvas duffles are perfect for the style type A personality on a 1-2 day roundabout. We recommend the sea green and white Savannah. $95-$120 JayBird Bluebuds X Boasting a liquipel nano coating for protection against sweat and moisture, these wireless Bluetooth enabled sport headphones are the perfect replacement…
Drop Dead Gorges! (and Gorgeous too)
Gym rats who prefer the comfort of over the ear headphone comfort, listen up. The Jaybird SB1 Sportsband Headphones ($80) are the sleekest looking gym approved headphones we’ve come across, and less than you’d think. Capable of playing up-to eight hours of stereo music via glorious wire-free Bluetooth, the SB1’s are perfect for everything from…