Partnering with Decibullz, OtterBox is getting into the headphone game with two new in-ear models that feature custom moldable earpieces.
Razer's new gaming headset offers immersive sound, but a few design paint points get in the way of greatness.
It's got some small downsides, but the reasonably priced Sony MDR-XB50BS is a step up in sound from a lot of inexpensive wireless sports headphones.
Vinci's Smart Hearable is just crazy enough to work.
Beats has taken the same headphone that so many people know and love and improved its battery life dramatically, but the price is still too high.
The PowerBeats3 Wireless is a decent step up over its predecessor, but it's no bargain in an increasingly crowded market for wireless sports headphones.
So long as you don't expect the most powerful noise-canceling, the QuietControl 30 works really well as an everyday headphone. You can use it at the gym or for running.
The BackBeat Pro 2 is an excellent full-size wireless noise-cancelling headphone that costs nearly half as much as comparable models from Bose, Sony or Sennheiser.
Meet the Amps Air, a set of totally wireless sweat-resistant earphones that are distinguished by their "tapered groove" design.
The Jaybird X3 is a significant improvement over the X2 and one of the top Bluetooth sports headphone currently available.
If you can overlook a few small drawbacks, the MDR-1000X is a top-notch wireless noise-canceling headphone that's stacked with features and sounds excellent.
The iFrogz Summit Wireless may not be a steal at its modest price point, but it's still a good value in wireless sports headphones.
There's a lot to like about the JBL Reflect, particularly the fit, but some performance drawbacks hurt its value.
B&W's swanky P9 Signature headphone will set you back a mere $900, but you'll get a free Lightning cable as soon as it's ready to ship.
Although it's a bit too pricey, the Erato Apollo 7 is one of the first truly wireless headphones that works well and delivers decent sound.
The affordable BackBeat 100, an LG Tone competitor that ships in October, is designed for both music and making phone calls.
French company Focal's closed-back, over-ear headphone is designed for mobile use and delivers excellent sound for $250.
Special editions of the Sport Coach and Sport Pulse include some small but potentially important improvements.