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Skullcandy Goes Retro with Transparent Headphones and Earbuds

Skullcandy Hesh wireless headphones in transparent blue.

To highlight its environmental efforts, Skullcandy is launching limited-edition “Transparency” versions of its Hesh Evo headphones and Jib True 2 earbuds. The retro-inspired audio products are now available at Skullcandy’s website, and a portion of all sales goes toward Protect Our Winters.

The Hesh Evo Transparency headphones come in a soft blue with green accents. They feature the same specs as any other Hesh Evo wireless headphones, including an integrated volume control, built-in Tile tracking, and a 36-hour battery life.

Skullcandy Jib wireless earbuds in transparent green.

The Jib True 2 Transparency have a total 33-hour battery life, built-in Tile tracking, and an IPX4 sweat-resistance rating. These are the same specs as the standard Jib True 2 earbuds—the transparent powder-green design is the real selling point here.

Both of Skullcandy’s “Transparency” headphones have a net-zero carbon footprint (via carbon offset credits) and come in 100% recyclable packaging. Skullcandy says it partners with several environmental groups, including EcoChain and TerraPass, to reduce its carbon output and invest in carbon offsets.

You can order the limited-edition Hesh Evo Transparency headphones for $115. The Jib True 2 Transparency earbuds cost just $50. Note that this isn’t the only environmentally-focused Skullcandy campaign—the company is also selling limited-edition “Take a Hike” headphones.

Skullcandy Hesh Evo Transparency Blue

Get the Skullcandy Hesh Evo wireless headphones in an exclusive transparent blue colorway.

Skullcandy Jib True 2 Transparency Green

These limited-edition Skullcandy Jib True 2 earbuds come in a killer transparent green colorway.

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