Best Snowboard Headphones 2013 2014 – On Test

Price: £150
Style: Over-ear

Pros: A collaboration with headphone heavyweights Philips, these have a good pedigree. Even though they’ve been designed to withstand a real beating, they’re don’t skimp on comfort, with padded headband and seriously soft ear cushions. They also do a great job of blocking out the outside din.

Cons: While you can pause and skip tracks on the go, you can’t adjust the volume. These are also by far the biggest pair we tried and, while clearly built to last, don’t come cheap.

On Test 2013/14

  1. Impact Shorts
  2. Backpacks
  3. Headphones
  4. Helmet Cams
  5. Gloves
  6. Goggles