Chops – extreme earphones from Skullcandy

Headphones / Earphones

skullcandy-phones-4.jpgIf you know what a method, an indy and a stalefish all have in common, then you then these are for you, or like me you’ve played far too much SSX Tricky.

Extreme sports audio-ware manufacturers Skullcandy are releasing a new range of headphones that “stay in place when you don’t” called “chops”.

The soft earhangers are designed to hold everything in place gently, without causing discomfort under a helmet and without ripping your ears off when you crash. They come in all sorts of colours, they’re out in June and they’re a very reasonable £16.


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Daniel Sung
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