SKULLCANDY Vert wireless great for Snowboarding

Easy operation without taking off your gloves is the reason Vert ROCKS!

I have been a fan of SKULLCANDY headphones for a long time. They offer superior sound and a great variety of headphones that work well in specific adventures.

So when it is really cold and you are on the lift you don’t want to take off your gloves to start your music. The clip anywhere control button makes the riding comfortable. I clip it on at the beginning of the day and turn it off and on as much as I need without getting cold hands.

SKULLCANDY Vert headphones can go with you. Under any helmet and still have control of volume, stop, play, & power without removing my gloves. Turning it up is an easy turn of the dial. The dial can clip onto your goggles, coat, bib suspenders, backpack, etc. Stopping the tunes is just a tap. It is so simple.

The buds rest in the ear. Comfortably under a beanie or helmet. They do not have noise cancelling so ambient sound passes through even if you are in listen mode. And the battery life really is 10 hours. I find that most headphones quickly lose a charge and over time don’t last as long. With about a dozen charges they still have 10 hours.

These headphones are a great value. $79.99 US delivers quality sound with the design that fits the active lifestyle.
www.skullcandy.com/vert

Check out another great way to take your music with you:www.skullcandy.com/shop/earbuds/bluetooth

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Gelder Lewis has been snowboarding for more than 30 years. He heard Mark Allen speak at a motivational meeting and wanted to do a triathlon. He decided to get in shape for the winter months so he started doing triathlon. Now he is totally addicted and loves to swim, bike, run year round. Gelder enjoys testing, writing, talking and presenting information about all things gear and how it can enhance the endurance sport experience. Gelder still snowboards until the Greatest Snow on Earth melts each season.