House of Marley has debuted two new models of its luxury headphones. From the company created in collaboration with Bob Marley’s family, the design team is paving the way for music hardware constructed out of sustainable materials.
First in the lineup is a stylish pair of over-the-ear headphones dubbed the Positive Vibration Frequency Headphones. Comfort comes first thanks to a thickly-padded headband and ear cups, while the design fully encompasses the ear to deliver passive noise isolation. The headphones also feature a microphone and 34 hours of battery on a single charge, making them ideal for listening on the go.
Accompanying the headphones are the Champion 2 True Wireless Earbuds, a slim pair of buds that prioritize a snug fit. For those who fear losing their buds, or simply want a secure feel, the buds come with an adjustable sport wing that essentially locks them into place. They come with 35 hours of listening time and the case is compatible with both regular and wireless charging. Various controls for the buds can be accessed through the House of Marley app.
Both the headphones and earbuds contain silicone made out of organic cotton and reclaimed hemp and come packaged in recyclable materials.
Available via the House of Marley website, the Positive Vibration Frequency Headphones come in “Black,” “Rasta” and “Copper” colorways and run for $99.99 USD, while the Champion 2 True Wireless Earbuds come in “Black” and “Cream” go for $89.99 USD. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to benefit global reforestation and ocean preservation.
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