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California Silverado Headphones

Die-cast metal, leather, and titanium — no, it's not a new designer chair. It's California Silverado Headphones ($230). These country- and rock-tuned over ear cans feature die-cast sound chambers and 360-degree articulating hinges, contrast-stitched, padded headbands, leather ear cups, Duo-jack removable cord plugs with a knitted zebra cloth finish on the cables, a collapsible tri-fold design, and, most importantly, 40mm titanium drivers for spectacular sound.

  • Koss Strivia Headphones

    Color us surprised - Koss is about the last company we'd expect to be launching new Wi-Fi equipment, yet here we are, staring at these Koss Strivia Headphones ($450-$500) Available in over-ear Pro and in-ear Tap models, each uses built-in Wi-Fi to receive music directly from the Internet, working in conjunction with the new MyKoss service to deliver audio streams without the need for a middleman. If you want to receive music from your smartphone or tablet, you can do that too, of course, courtesy of the included Cap headphone jack adapter.

  • Plantronics BackBeat Go

    After years of taking up way too much space or otherwise looking dorky, Bluetooth headphones are finally starting to make sense as an alternative to their wired counterparts. Take the Plantronics BackBeat Go ($100) for example. This tiny set of in-ear phones offers passive noise cancellation, inline controls for skipping tracks and adjusting volume, up to 4.5 hours of playtime per charge, and the ability to function as a Bluetooth headset.