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Denon Globe Cruiser Bluetooth Headphones

You don't need to be a frequent traveler to appreciate these Denon Globe Cruiser Bluetooth Headphones ($500) — but it doesn't hurt. They pack a one-two punch of both active noise cancellation and aptX Bluetooth wireless capabilities, along with a control wheel for music playback and phone control, comfy memory foam earpads, 40mm drivers, dual microphones for crystal clear conversations, a folding design for easy storage in the included leather travel case, 10 hours of battery life, and an included cable for when you inevitably forget to charge them before a long flight.

  • Tivoli Radio Silenz Headphones

    Used to be that if you wanted wood-based headphones, you weren't getting noise cancelation — and vice versa. The Tivoli Radio Silenz Headphones ($160) are set to change all that. Sporting solid wood ear cups that house 40mm high performance drivers, the Radio Silenz feature an in-line box that holds a single AA battery and advanced noise cancelation technology, as well as a unique defeat button that temporarily switches off the cancelation and lowers the volume so you can hear the pilot telling you something unimportant. Other features include a folding design, an included travel pouch, and your choice of black ash, walnut, or cherry finishes.

  • 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.