|Nov 4, 2008, 08:06 PM||#1|
good snowboarding headphones
Does anyone know of any good snowboarding headphones? And when I say good, I mean durable, don't easily fall off, can put goggles strap over them, etc.
p.s. I'm specifically talking about "headband" style headphones.
|Nov 5, 2008, 02:04 AM||#3|
You could always get a helmet or hard-hat with them built in, if you wanted.
Otherwise, every board shop I have been to recently has stocked Skull Candy. I have some in-ear buds by them but the band style look alright too.
Any set of headphones (unless built in to a helmet) will most likely break after any bumps, so you'd need to consider price etc.
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