The Best Wireless Headphones for Sports
Sample some of the models below:
Bose SoundSport Wireless
Bose headphones are ideal for people in all sports because of their ability to absorb moisture from water and sweat without succumbing. They are also an easy fit, so if you are moving around quite a bit, you don’t need to worry about them coming unplugged. The audio coming out of them is always fun and bass emphasized. Some users see its design as too big and capable of spilling out of the ears but the Bose is a great fit for most. It goes for between 100 and 150 pounds.
Beats by Dre (Wireless)
These headphones are arguably some of the most popular out there. They have a sleek design, and have been consistently engineered to generate a great sound. After Apple bought out the legendary hip-hop producer Dr. Dre, they continued to make improvements upon the models and now have an impeccable output-arguably better than any other brand out there. Beats Solo 3 Wireless in particular are a great deal, with up to 40 hours of battery life.
The JLab Epic 2
This model is capable of working for 12 hours straight without the need for a recharge. Of course, this figure will fluctuate depending on what you are belting out. The headphones are also great at resisting water and sweat, so if they drop into the sink, you do not have to yell all around the darn changing rooms!
The Best Wireless Headphones for Sports Reviewed by Gadget Media on February 10, 2017 Rating: