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10-20-2008 04:44 PM
DaveWWWR how do you like the T.i.? i am thinking about those, but they don't have sub woofers like the skull crushers.
10-20-2008 01:29 PM
zeekman skullcandy makes the best headphones ever!! i have T.Is.iwas thinking about getting those goggles
10-19-2008 09:40 PM
ThinkFloyd If they're not attached, then that makes more sence haha. That would be stupid.
10-19-2008 09:20 PM
DaveWWWR noo, you are probably right haha. idk i saw it at action village (actionvillage.com) and it just looked like they were attached. probably not.
10-19-2008 04:35 PM
stuntmanmike from what I have seen the goggles are not attached to the headphones. they are just styled to look the same with the same graphics on them. you buy them as a set but the headphones are not part of the goggles.

unless you are looking at something I am not seing
10-19-2008 04:16 PM
ThinkFloyd They look pretty sweet. Nice idea I guess.
But if you wear a helmet, then you might as well not even consider.
And If your touqe/beanie covers your ears, then there may be an issure with hearing, unless you can figure a way to wear your hat over the headphones without it looking odd.
But if your toque/beanie doesn't get in the way, or if you dont wear a hat, then go for it. In that situation, however, I'd just prefer my own headphones and my own goggles.
10-19-2008 10:45 AM
DaveWWWR
dragon goggles with skullcandy

what do you guys think of those dragon goggles with the skullcandy headphones integrated in them? they look sick, but is it a good investment?????

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