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Earmuff Headphones

Earmuff headphones

By David Edney

It’s that time of the year where your extremities start freezing. Frozen extremities have a nasty tendency to simply fall off, and we think your gal (or boy) pal might take it badly to seeing you earlobe-less. Kills the mood and stuff. So of course, there are many ways to listen to music without freezing your ears off, but we kind of like Lobz. They’ve got you covered (literally) with their Audio Ear Warmers. They include removable stereophonic headphones that plug directly into the ear warmers, windstopper fabric for stopping the wind while keeping your ears snug, adjustable sliders for fitting, and an all-weather nylon construction that is foldable for easy storage. They go for $30 and they actually don’t look bad. If you’re going skiing or snowboarding, these would be the way to go for your audio/ear warming comfort.

[ Lobz ] VIA [ SciFi Tech ]







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  • Mark

    Exactely, that is a very usefull item for skiing/snowboarding. I kind of like the looks of it too, not too big (considering headphones are uncomparable with earplugs). Never heard of the brand though…

  • http://www.togeo.com Todd

    180s (brand name) has had these out for a few years now. One of the local department stores even had the headphone models on clearance for about $3 after Christmas last year. Here’s a link to their current entry into this market:
    http://www.180s.com/sub_category.aspx?prodtypeid=2&lineid=1&productid=4&psku=70256

    Cool idea, definitely would make snow shoveling more enjoyable. (Snow shoveling happens to be the only outdoor winter sport that I participate in.)