Action-fueled inspiration meets heart-thumping harmony. Skullcandy was founded with an action-sports ethos and an innovative spirit in 2003. Inception sparked when founder Rick Alden was listening to music on a Park City, Utah, chairlift. Alden wanted to combine the ability to rock favorite tunes and connect a cell phone seamlessly and simultaneously. Shortly thereafter, they released their first hands-free kit, allowing riders, skiers, and skaters the ability to talk and listen to music.
Since 2003, they have reinvented headphones with the innovative Skullcrusher subwoofer headphone and industry-leading in-line microphone technology. Additionally, they have paved the way through integrating amazing style and cutting-edge design into its entire collection of headphones and earbuds. Bold graphics and bright colors dominate the brands products when other competitors offer boring, uninspiring designs.
The functionality of Skullcandy headphones is better than ever, and sound quality is rich enough to please the pickiest of headphone junkies. Launched in 2012, Skullcandy Supreme Sound is the company's newest campaign, focused on offering insane sound quality. Through the combination of punchy and powerful bass, warm and smooth vocals, and precise highs, Supreme Sound results in perfect tonal balance. Furthermore, a limited lifetime warranty for those who aggressively listen while skating and snowboarding results in true headphone nirvana.
As if this weren't enough, they continue the tradition of pushing boundaries with the Navigator Headphone. Drawing from the same retro inspiration as the Aviator Headphone, the Navigator represents the evolution of an already perfect product. High-quality tuned 40mm drivers paired with an advanced acoustic chamber deliver Skullcandy Supreme Sound. Additionally, the Navigator Headphone is hooked up with Mic3, working harmoniously with iOS products. These headphones fold nicely and are sleeker and smaller than their older sibling, the Aviator. Grab a pair today for timeless style and supreme sound.