I use shitty in ear headphones when i Ski. I see SO MANY people wear the over ear headphones and then they eat shit and the break in half. And i just end up laughing. The last thing you should do is use expensive headphones. Some headphones even freeze up if its cold enough. Skiing isnt about looking cool. Its about having fun. You dont need expensive headphones to have fun.
"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go."
Got mine on a Christmas sale to. Which is the only reason I bought them. When they are 60% off the price to quality ratio is pretty good. What I have never understood is why people buy them and just hang them around their neck. It just makes them look like douchbags....
i use skullcandy icon 2s. i havent had a problem with mine yet and they sound fine.
Your IQ must be lower then your post count. - Olimar
There is a formula you can follow to find your steeze quotient, it's quite simple. Just count up the number of inches of ass exposed by your sagging pants, the number of X's found on your outfit, the number(in millimeters) of goggle sag you have, then the number of guns you carry on you at the hill(these are +5 each). Add that all up and you can put a number to your steeziness! BOOYAH!!!
i still don't get why people ski with music. it takes away the surroundings. i want to hear people around me in the park. a lot of accidents happen because people are hitting obstacles although somebody fell and still lies behind them. also, most of the parks have speakers and play music anyway..
I've never skied in a park where they have music
I skied without music a few years back and I was exactly like you, but I found out that combining skiing and music is awesome. I do like to listen to music and I do like to ski so why not both?.
On the 2012 models you could get this as an accessory, don't know if they completely built it in this year though, ACCESSORIES
Communication Neck Roll. Comfortable neck roll with powerful Beats by Dre™ speakers and microphone. Compatible with iPhone and other 3.5mm devices. (Not included) Compatible with Receptor BUG, Receptor +, Receptor Backcountry, All Receptor Pro Models