Sennheiser has long been known to make some great headphones. Problem is, their looks have typically been better suited to the studio or workstation than to the street. Sennheiser Urbanite Headphones are out to change that perception. Sporting a stylish, foldable body made from quality materials like stainless steel, aluminum, and stitched fabric, they come in a variety of colorways, and feature a comfortable on-ear design, a phone-friendly cable with remote and mic, and a well-tuned sound that offers plenty of bass response without losing the fine details the company's cans are known for. And if you don't mind a little extra bulk, they also make an XL version with an over-ear design for better noise isolation.
No matter where you find yourself — a noisy office, sitting in business class, catching a ride on the train — odds are you'd rather hear your music than the hustle and bustle of everything around you. And with Bose QuietComfort 25 Headphones, all you hear is your music and videos (or nothing at all). Made with superior noise-canceling technology, and built to be comfortable all day, these are the headphones you need for the ultimate listening experience. And with nine parts able to be customized in 52 colors with a matte or gloss finish, you can make these cans completely your own.
What do you do when you're part of a fashion revolution in headphones? You set your sights on earphones, of course. From one of the minds behind Beats, Roam Ropes Earphones are designed unlike any you've worn before, in that they're meant to hang around your neck all day. The buds themselves emerge from sleek metal bars, with the cables wrapping around the back of your head and down to a metal box at the front. While that box serves as both a plugin point and headphone splitter, it also enables a Bluetooth connection with your devices, giving you a host of connectivity options while keeping the cords tidy and ensuring you look great wearing them all day long.