The Good Lightweight and comfortable design; sealed ear cups isolate wearer from ambient noise.
The Bad Headphones don't fold up for storage; dual-corded design.
The Bottom Line This TriPort set is the poor man's QuietComfort 2.
Bose TriPort (Glacier Blue)
Editor's note: The product reviewed here is no longer produced. It's been replaced by the second-generation model, the Bose AE2.
Bose's $150 TriPort headphones have been around for a while, but in light of the popularity of the company's twice-as-expensive QuietComfort 2 noise-canceling 'phones, we wanted to review this model for comparison's sake.