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Top 31 Accessories for 2013/14 – Reviewed by the Whitelines Team

THE BEST BEANIES, BACKPACKS AND HEADPHONES OF THE SEASON

Skullcandy Hesh 2 (left) Crusher (right)

SKULLCANDY HESH 2 HEADPHONES REVIEW

Price: £60

Skullcandy were the first brand to start making headphones specifically for the action sports market. Their Hesh headphones were one of the most popular in their original range, with large, on-ear cans that pumped out impressive amounts of bass. The Hesh 2 ‘phones, as the name suggests, are an upgrade on this classic model, offering better sound quality, a more comfy strap and a more durable construction.

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SKULLCANDY CRUSHER HEADPHONES REVIEW

Price: £100

The Crusher ‘phones are a new model from Skullcandy, but play to the brand’s traditional strengths, with big cans and a stylish headband that make them perfect for that G-Unit park rat look. What sets these apart form most other headphones is they deliver basslines that you can feel as well as hear – literally. A battery-powered unit in the cans creates vibrations that match the bass frequencies, giving you a listening experience that’s like no other. You can switch this off if you really want, but if you’re into Torstein-style wobbly dubstep, you’ll want to crank it to the max. Seriously, it’s quite something!

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