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post #61 of 76 (permalink) Old 08-25-2010, 01:00 PM
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Would skullcandy smokin' buds work? will they stay in my ears?
Yeah man, I use them when I ride my street bike. They stay in your ears real good. The Skullcandy Icons in my opinion are the best for shreddin. goggles can go over them easy and they stay on yo noggin.
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I ride alone most of the times....

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So... I like the idea of tunes while I'm heading down the hill. But what do you all do when you meet up with your friends at the lift, seems too hard to get out the mp3 player, take off your gloves, pause, go up the lift, turn it back on... then repeat all day long. Would be sweet to have a giant pause button somewhere that you could use with your gloves on.
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I ride alone most of the time too, but I have to agree a volume wheel or better yet a pause button is the bomb. My helmet used to have a volume wheel until I yanked it apart on accident. This season I'm keeping my Ipod in my front right pant pocket, which is thin to the surface so I can actually feel the Ipod and hit pause.

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GOt some SOny MDR-EX85LP in Ear...they sound perfect.
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I have these for air travel and love them
Klipsch Image S4 earphones Headphones reviews - CNET Reviews

Otherwise i have built-ins in my helmet.
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just ordered ultimate ears today !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

cant wait to get them!!!!!!!!!!!!
You're crazy if you take those out boarding. Way too expensive to risk breaking them.

I used to use Smokin' Buds, and they stayed in real well. Actually, they stayed in too well, and I broke them when the cord got caught on something and ripped apart. Now I use a Burton hat with headphones built in. Sound quality isn't great, but it works.

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I have these for air travel and love them
Klipsch Image S4 earphones Headphones reviews - CNET Reviews

Otherwise i have built-ins in my helmet.
S4s FTW haha
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I use the R.E.D. phones that you can insert into the earwarmers on a R.E.D. helmet.
I have the 2010 R.E.D. aletta.
Sounds pretty decent.

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... i rock beats by dre while riding....




the best sounding headphones out there... and i've tried plenty

honestly... i've only used these headphones once while riding. i don't like the feeling of not being able to hear (goes with any headphones, not just beats) whats around you. for safety reasons. i trust myself in riding but i don't trust others. .. i just use my beats by dre on long car rides.

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honestly... i've only used these headphones once while riding. i don't like the feeling of not being able to hear (goes with any headphones, not just beats) whats around you. for safety reasons. i trust myself in riding but i don't trust others. .. i just use my beats by dre on long car rides.
This is why I just use the ones in my hat. They don't sound great, but they don't fit tight to my head, so if I have my music low enough I can still hear what's going on around me. Makes me feel much safer, but I still get to enjoy my music.

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