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skithemidwestttI have these https://www.jlabaudio.com/collections/bluetooth-earbuds/products/jbuds-air-true-wireless-earbuds-charging-case.
They were 20 or 30 bucks at Walmart. Bought 3 pair last year on Black Friday for my fiance and myself to use thinking they wouldn't last but all three are still around. Mine have been pretty "wet" multiple times without fail and the sound isnt bad either.
**This post was edited on Nov 14th 2019 at 9:41:12am
CatdickBojanglesPowerbeats pro. Can't beat them and they don't die while skiing. Just a little pricey.
mikemacany and all battery powered gadgets lose a little juice to cold, but the powerbeats 3 have some of the best on hill gadgets I've used. even as compared to phones, gopros and mirrorless/dslr cameras the Powerbeats 3 have been some of the best battery life in the cold. Typically my phone dies before they do lol. I tried a bunch of department store knockoffs after losing a pair of these, but it just wasn't even close to the same battery life, sound quality, and durability.
Also just some of my favorite headphones ever for running, working out, or mountain biking because of the ear clips you just never have to worry about them falling out. Good sound quality and comfort for all around chilling and super compact for travelling.
They're not quite as boujee as airpods or powerbeats pro but I got powerbeats 3 for 65 bucks on ebay which is totally reasonable for a good pair of headphones, especially considering their all-weather durability. Who wants to pay 250+ for something your probably gonna lose or break anyways.
Hellblazer_23Brand new for 2019 the Skullcandy Vert Earbuds
Hellblazer_23Just tuck it into your jacket or clip it on your hood. It doesn't need to go on the goggle strap. Also who actually puts their goggles over the helmet?