When shopping for headphones, it doesn't take long to notice that most models -- whether they're earbuds or larger over-the-ear designs -- are black. It's become the default color for many headphone manufacturers.
If you're searching for a pop of color, or you just aren't crazy about black tech accessories, you've come to the right place.
In November 2019, Apple released a premium version of its poster product for nonblack headphones, the Apple AirPods. The Pro AirPods are noise-canceling and sweat-resistant.
We rated these fashion headphones the swankiest noise-canceling headphones of 2019.
Beats on-ear Solo3 headphones come in loads of colors, including this futuristic-looking gloss white.
These stylish headphones come with 11 levels of noise cancellation and Alexa voice control.
These little silver ear buds have noise-canceling technology and a function called "quick-attention mode." Just touch the left ear bud to turn down the volume and turn off the noise-canceling function so you can easily chat with people around you.
The build quality and battery life are top-notch in these Bluetooth headphones from Bowers & Wilkins.
Sennheiser makes headphones for audiophiles. These wired, open-back headphones are perfect for long days in the studio.
This striking aqua color of these sweat-resistant earbuds will surely complement your gym attire.
The audio quality of these pro-level, over-the-ear cans is so good, it brings out the best in any recording.
These headphones, introduced in 2017, have a Google Assistant button and a 20-hour wireless battery life.
With larger, softer earcups, the Momentum 2.0 is more comfortable than the first generation of the Momentum line.
This 2018 model is Beats' highest-end headphone. They are available for just under $350.
These headphones by Samsung brand AKG pause automatically when you take them off and begin playing music again when you put them back on your ears.
These truly wireless headphones get five hours of listening per charge, but the portable charging case provides two full charges while you're on the go.
These Bluetooth headphones come with an auxiliary audio cable, for when wireless operation isn't an option.
These bone-conduction headphones don't actually go into your ear, so you can still hear what's happening around you.
This fashionable, over-the-ear set is comfortable and has great sound quality. And though they don't have active noise cancellation, the plush earcups seal out quite a bit of ambient sound the old fashioned way.
These earbuds from Jaybird are fully water resistant. They can be submerged under 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
Beats has an NBA collection of its Studio3 headphones. These are Lakers' purple and gold. Other teams, like the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors, also have Beats designs available.
Bose's gym-friendly earbuds get six hours of power out of a single charge.
These Bluetooth headphones from Marshall get 30 hours of listening from a single charge.
The adjustable ear hooks of these wireless Beats were designed with athletes in mind. The headphones stay securely on your ears while you exercise.
B&O's Beoplay H4 headphones are also available in violet.
Bone-conduction headphones like these deliver the sound of music through your cheekbones.
These Bluetooth headphones are made from sustainable materials like reclaimed organic cotton and recyclable aluminum.
The Jabra Elite 85H gets a whopping 36 hours of active noise canceling from a single charge. Charging them for 15 minutes will give you an additional 5 hours of power.
You can pair two Bluetooth devices to these headphones at the same time. The headphones will switch intuitively between the two sources, as audio begins to play.
With the Jabra Sound Plus app, you can customize the audio channel mix out of the 65T earbuds. Want to hear more bass? Turn up the bass. Want to curb the noise cancellation power slightly? You can do that, too.
These nude gray Beoplay H4 headphones will look great with any outfit.
The Trekz Air bone-conduction headphones get six hours of listening out of a single charge, and they will hold their charge for 20 days in standby mode.
This unassuming Sony set is one of the best noise-canceling models currently on the market.
These wireless earbuds use Bluetooth 5.0 technology to sync to your devices, so you'll hear fewer interruptions in playback than headphones running the older Bluetooth 4.2.
The Backbeat Pro 2s are less expensive than similar headphones from Bose, Sony or Sennheiser. The earcups are made from memory foam, so they're comfortable to wear.
These earbuds are fitted with a heart-rate monitor, so you can easily keep track of your aerobic activity at the gym.
This model features memory foam earcups and a soft headband for maximum comfort.
If you're shopping for a simple pair of old-school earbuds to plug into an auxiliary jack, Panasonic's Ergofit earbuds come in tons of colors, from orange to green to metallic violet.
With these headphones and the Bose Connect app, you can customize your paired devices, noise-cancellation levels and more.
These headphones are compatible with both Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa.
These headphones will last you 30 hours on a single charge. In a hurry? Plug them in for just 15 minutes to enjoy 2 hours of playback.
If you have a Surface, these headphones, compatible with Microsoft's Cortana assistant, will fit into your lineup seamlessly.