Skull Candy Lowrider Headphones

Priced: $24.95 - $39.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 15 reviews.
Skull Candy Lowrider Headphones
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Skull Candy Lowrider Headphones - Skullcandy Lowrider headphones. You always say, "...when we cross that bridge..." Are you referring metaphorically to consumption, the bridge between creation and destruction? If so, you should buy a dozen colors of Lowrider headphones right away. Your wardrobe needs candy paint to match all those sneakers. Don't be slippin'. In-Line Mic1 microphone and remote for iPod/iPhone to make take/make calls and control music. Enhanced 40mm Power Drivers. DJ style rotating earcups. Lightweight stashable design with folding construction. Soft leather-touch ear pillows. Imported.
Speaker diameter: 40mm. Magnet type: NdFeB. Frequency range: 18-20 KHz. Impedance: 32 ohms. Max input power: 400mw. Cable Length: 1.2m. Plug type: 3.5mm gold plated. Imported.

Fabric:

  • Folding Construction
  • Braided Nylon Cable

Features:

  • Inline mic lets you switch to phone mode so you can enjoy music and scintillating conversation
  • Compatible with iPhone, other 'iThings' as well as most smartphones
  • DJ Articulation
  • The 40mm drives slam sound into your ears
  • Enhanced 40mm Power Drivers
  • Folding design makes them easy to stash in your bag
  • Lightweight Stashable Design
  • DJ-esque swiveling cans let you pull out and hear the real world when you need to
  • Silky-soft, leather ear pillows seal out ambient noise and keep your ears feeling good
The House

Get low with the Skullcandy Lowrider Headphones. Made to handle any noise, they will blow you away, with quality and volume. With the very popular Skullcandy brand on them, they will impress, while helping you show them off proudly. With a frequency range up to 10,000 Hz, you can hit every note. And with a deep base, these babies sound as good as they look. Skullcandy is one of the biggest and most popular headphone companies for people who understand music and want the tools to listen to it at its best, and the reason is because of the amazing headphones it makes.


Backcountry.com
The Skullcandy Lowrider Headphones w/Mic will send sound directly into the part of your brain that is responsible for what scientists call the 'holy shit' reflex. The triggering of this reflex often leads to toothy grins and nodding your head to the beat.

USOutdoor.com
Skullcandy knows knows how to deliver epic sound and style, so add your Lowrider Heaphones to your wardrobe. It's the simple response of "Why not?" to inspire one to color coordinate their headphones with their gear.

Zappos.com
The Skullcandy™ Lowrider headphones let you rock to your music without breaking a beat.
Features & Specifications.
Lightweight and stashable to fold and carry on the go.
Soft leather-touch ear pillows for a soft feel.
90° DJ-style swivel speakers.
Compact, fold-up headband.
40mm speakers deliver massive sound.
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Cable Type:Nylon Braided
Cable length:1.2 meters.
Frequency Response:18-20k Hz
Impedance:32 ohms
Magnet Type:NdFeB
Max Input Power:400mW
Plug type:3.5mm gold plated.
Speaker Diameter:40mm
Weight:5 oz
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Skull Candy Lowrider Headphones Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Very cool headphones, would recommend to anybody who likes this kind of style of headphones. :D
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 07/17/2012

Love the way these sound, look and fold up for traveling

Garret Rose at Backcountry.com on 08/29/2011

Negative Reviews:

not loud at all .not to much bass i have jibs that have more bass and there $10 and it leaks so bad .if you move alot they will fall off .hurt ears after like 3 hours .and they do have a life time warranty but that will cost you $10+ in shipping and i sent my other skullcandys in and its been 1 month still havent got them back , go with a diff brand i say i have 4 diff kinda of skullcandys i dont think im going by anymore they brake to fast and not that great

usrocks at Backcountry.com on 02/09/2012

These are Ok in my opinion but I use them at home on my computer when I need the sound all to myself and there are no other headphones around. They are kind of heavy so these are not good for snowboarding because they fall off easily and they make my ears sore after an hour or so of wearing them. They fold down nice and small which is a nice. My favorite headphones are the Hesh headphones.

Jeff Guest at Backcountry.com on 06/09/2011

I use this pipe a lot and the sound is great! I just wish it had a little more bass and didn't have a very slight buzz when left on but not in use. I like the pipe though and will continue to use it.

Jeff Guest at Backcountry.com on 06/06/2011

Neutral Reviews:

I've used many other Skullcandy headphones and while these sound ok I can't wear them for long as they are uncomfortable on the ears. I originally bought them for traveling but I prefer earbuds since they are smaller. These now sit in my room and only occasionally use them on those rare occasions when I need to use headphones. I prefer the Hesh.

Jeff Guest at Backcountry.com on 06/11/2012

I needed a headset with a microphone, so I picked up these for work. For me, I find they do not fit over the ears very well and are somewhat uncomfortable to wear for an extended period of time. That being said, the sound quality and microphone work great for the price point.

Tom Murphy at Backcountry.com on 03/26/2013

Solid sound, sweet that they fold up, but the stress on the plastic over time leads them to snap. Get the Icon instead or whatever is replacing the Icon. My only product from Skullycandy that I was really disappointed with. If they do break, they'll replace them.

Todd Kehoe at Backcountry.com on 08/11/2012