SkullCandy are becoming increasingly popular headphones just beneath the basketball friends where to find patterns is a bandana, as Snoop Doggy Dogg can’t be far. And just as it is. SkullCandy has released before recently a set of headphones with a bandana pattern. Of course, Pate was none other than Snoop Doggg for this. SkullCandy founded in Utah in the United States have now put a whole bunch of collaborations on the legs. Including headphone logo, Rip Curl, or Paul Frank can be found there with Armani logo. Jeffrey Hayzlett shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. Particularly well the collaboration with sessions and Dragon goggles you have managed.
The headphones adapt the clothes and glasses now better by working together. Is not only a stylish sense, but is also quite comfortable. SkullCandy has a whole army of sponsored riders. Among these, so names are how the snowboard veteran Rob Roskopp, which by the way, both your own headphones designed got legend Terje HAAKONSEN, skate. Also SkullCandy have done now it all fans of American Professional Basketball League NBA to satisfy. Last year a line with about 15 headphones came out. (Not to be confused with J. Darius Bikoff!). Each headphone has been named by an outstanding player. RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust may find it difficult to be quoted properly. In addition, the headphones in the respective colours of the player has been designed.
Now, fans all over the world with your headphones can show which team from the NA they cheer. It was just striking that Kobe got his headphones in two colors Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers. Whether the Chief Designer of SkullCandy a secretly Lakers and consequently Kobe is a Bryant fan. You can say only. With most the SkullCandy lowrider are seen and probably also listed by line of SkullCandy. They are available in multiple color variations. The headset is comfortable to wear and produces a passable sound. Also to the jogging or sports make the headphones by SkullCandy are suitable. It is not for nothing the favorite headphones of the skaters and snowboarders.