The Jaybird X2 is an improvement over the Bluebuds X and one of the better wireless sports headphones out there -- so long as you get a snug, comfortable fit.
If you're not a stickler for sound quality, the lightweight and well-designed Samsung Level U wireless Bluetooth headphone is very comfortable to wear and a good in-ear option for people who don't like to have eartips jammed in their ears.
Replacing the Marque 2, this $60 Bluetooth headset offers dual microphones with "noise-canceling DSP and GSMA-certified HD Voice," and a unique USB charging strap.
While it doesn't quite fulfill its promise as an audiophile Bluetooth headphone, the Pendulumic Stance S1+ is a comfortable wireless headphone that sounds good for the money and offers strong battery life.
If you don't want to spend more than double or triple the cost on the Bose SoundLink On-Ear Bluetooth or Beats' wireless headphones, the Hesh 2 Wireless is a decent budget Bluetooth headphone choice.
Harman Kardon's well-built and compact Soho Wireless is a solid on-ear Bluetooth headphone that doesn't quite surpass competing models from Bose and Beats.
If you prize its built-in heart-rate monitor over top-notch sound quality, the Jabra Sport Pulse one of the better wireless sports headphones out there, particularly in terms of fit and features.
The Bose SoundLink Bluetooth On-Ear is pricey, but it's also one of the best -- if not the best -- on-ear wireless headphones to date.
The Sony MDR-10RBT gets you about 75 percent of the way to the Beats Studio Wireless for a lot less money.
Samsung's Gear Circle is an around-the-neck stereo Bluetooth headset with a magnetic personality that's set to hit stores in October.
While it's a bit overpriced, the Beats Powerbeats 2 Wireless is among the best wireless sports earphones.