Bose's SoundTrue On-ear headphone is new for 2014 -- it's just not really new. Rather, it's the rebranded version of the company's popularheadphone, which I consider one of the most -- if not the most -- comfortable on-ear headphone you can buy.
I'd like to tell you that Bose has improved the sound of the headphone, but alas, the changes are really just cosmetic, with this updated model ($179.95, £149.95 UK, AU$229 Australian) coming in new, more eye-catching colors that are perhaps designed to appeal to younger headphone shoppers.
Aside from being very comfortable for an on-ear model, what I've always liked about this model is how light it is and how it folds up into a very small case that fits easily in your bag when traveling. It's a great travel headphone, though it does let some sound in (more than the Bose QuietComfort 25. Nor is it wireless like the , which retails for $250 (£219.95 UK, AU$329 Australian).) and doesn't feature any sort of noise-cancelling circuitry like the