JLab's new Flex Sport Wireless Headphones are a perfect fit to rock your next workout

Wireless sport headphones are nothing new, but JLab Audio's newest Flex Sport Bluetooth Headphones have a secret weapon equipped to rise above the rest. Designed with athletes in mind, these lightweight headphones offer a 20-hour battery life to keep you jamming throughout even your longest workouts. Removable, moisture-wicking earpads which are washable ensure a clean look throughout the years if taken care of properly, but the truly unique feature here is found in the headband's flexibility.

As shown in the photo below, the Flex Sport Bluetooth Headphones are capable of being twisted 180 degrees without breaking. That extreme flexibility is practically impossible to find elsewhere when it comes to over-ear options. Two removable Tension Bands are included which you can fit onto the headband to adjust its rigidity, from Loose to Normal to Tight. A removable headband pad is included too for extra comfort during longer listening periods. They feature Bluetooth 4.2 along with 40mm drivers.

Three sound profiles are included to alter your listening experience: Signature, Balanced, and Bass Boost. Meanwhile, the Be Aware Audio mode allows you to better hear ambient background noise around you, such as car horns or people talking nearby. There are universal controls which will let you adjust the volume, switch to the next track, pause your music and more. You can even take calls with these headphones using the built-in controls and integrated microphone. The microphone is capable of activating Siri and Google Assistant as well.

JLab includes a two-year warranty with all purchases of these headphones. If you're ready to include them in your workouts, you can grab a pair from Best Buy or the JLab website for $99.99 right now.

Alex Smith

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