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From 2006-2014, the Icon created a cult following in the snowboarding and skateboarding scenes for its simple, low-profile design. Originally released as a wired headphone, Icon now returns as a limited-edition Bluetooth release-free of wires.
Snug-fitting and low-profile, you can use Icon Wireless on the mountain, in the skatepark, or anywhere else. Paired with the essential tech, you're good to go.
A 10 hour battery life keeps you flowing from one spot to the next.
The built-in mic lets you take a call whenever you need to.
One button - that's all. Just press the left ear cup to change tracks and manage calls.
We spend hundreds of hours designing, testing and perfecting every Skullcandy product in our Utah headquarters. But our engineers aren’t your typical corporate lab-coat-wearing technicians. They’re people who love music. They live for adventure. And they know what it’s like to work on the go. Probably a lot like you.
I have had 4 pairs of these headphones. Because for one, they THUMP. The bass (when they're pressed against your head) is insane. They're awesome for on the go and scooting around town on my bike. However, reason #2: I've broken ALL FOUR PAIR. Really easily too. For something that is supposed to be for action sports I expected a more robust product. Evidently all 50 dollars was spent on the drivers and not the construction. The button is handy, but obnoxiously sensitive. If I have a hood up and I turn my head it will pause. I also like to put my goggle strap over them, while snowboarding, to keep them in place and to press all that gooey, delicious bass directly into my ears. However the button sits right under where my goggle strap is. Very well engineered, poorly designed.
Great quality and great sound quality aswell for a great price too.
I remember when I was hella young and these came out. Every snowboarder had them because they were perfect over a beanie and under your goggles. I needed a pair of new headphones and I was hyped to see these. So many memories ran through my head. It really felt like most snowboarders at Park City had these back in the day. Two things about these that can improve: 1 is the volume is a little low for me, and 2 the button is in a bad spot. I can't even straighten or adjust the headphones without hitting the damn pause button everytime I touch them. I was hyped to wear them snowboarding but obviously you can't do that because of the button. I mean come on, step it up you guys have been buying headphones from China and putting your name on them for ages. Step it up already.
I love the red and white pair, it just sucks that if I'm in bed sleeping on the button side they go on and off lol
Best headphones on the market for a reasonable price satisfaction guaranteed
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