* Open-ear wireless headphones actually send music through your cheekbones
* Made from titanium with a smooth rubber silicone covering
* Designed for day-long comfort
Tired of your headphones bopping around while you run? Sick of your over-ear headphones feeling too cumbersome while you’re trying to get your workout on? If you’ve ever tried to exercise with standard headphones, you know how awkward it can feel. That’s where the Trekz Titanium comes in.
Designed with built-in bone conduction technology, these open-ear wireless headphones actually send music through your cheekbones, which helps deliver stereo sound while keeping your ears open to the world around you. Made from titanium with a smooth rubber silicone covering, these bad boys are built to last. And clocking in at roughly .08 pounds, they’re so lightweight you’ll barely notice they’re there.
Trekz Titanium Headphones
The patented OpenFit design helps keep these headphones from moving around or feeling awkward and with the latest Bluetooth 4.1 technology, you can stay synced no matter where you are. And with a long-lasting battery that’s able to provide up to six straight hours of continuous use on a single charge, you won’t have to worry about them dying midway through your run.
Able to provide extra rich bass sounds with a surprisingly wide dynamic range, these headphones are the real deal. What’s more, they’re IP55-certified to help repeal sweat, moisture and even dust.