Best Beats Wireless Headphones For Gym Workouts

LUXURIOUS OVER-THE-EAR CANS are plush, comfortable, and they sound great. But for working out, traveling, and wandering around town, you might want to consider a pair of durable, wireless in-ear buds. I’ve been trail running, hiking, working in my yard, lifting weights, and watching mildly embarrassing barre and yoga videos on my laptop, all while testing the best wireless workout headphones around. If you like listening to music while scrambling up stony slopes or mowing your lawn, here are a bunch of WIRED’s favorite pairs. We’ve worn and sweated on, all of them.

Be sure to check out our favorite completely wire-free earbuds, cheap headphones, Best Bluetooth speakers, smart speakers, and other buying guides.

A Few Pointers

  • Should I Get Wired or Wireless Headphones?
  • Which buds are right for you? A surprising number of people still prefer wired headphones. When you’re going on a long run, the last thing you want to do is stand on your front porch, shivering in your shorts, trying to figure out why the right earbud isn’t connected. But for obvious reasons, wireless headphones are much more convenient when doing other strenuous physical activities.
  • I recommend investing in a pair that has ear hooks, clips, or fins to hold them securely in place; you can also buy ear hooks a la carte online. A tight, secure seal ensures that you get that big bass sound to power you through the last mile. Everyone’s ears are different, and your left might even be different than your right. Don’t be afraid to try mismatching sizes of ear tips or fins for a better fit.

Jabra Elite 85T

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