No matter how advanced your music player/headphones become, there's still that treacherous cord that hasn't gotten any less aggravating since Thomas Edison invented the mp3. No more! Check out SkullCandy's Double Agents.
Headphone specialist Skull's latest brainchild, Agents're a set of street-styled 'phones that require no separate MP3 player, thanks to an SD memory card built into one of the earpieces -- so you can lose those vexing wires, and get to looking even more like Lando Calrissian's right-hand cyborg. To load them up, pop in the SD and connect the 'phones to your computer with the included USB cable, then just drag-and-drop tunes until you've crammed on more Velvet Revolver than lovable boozebag Scott Weiland even realized he'd recorded. Play, pause, track-skip, and rewind/ffwd controls sit on the right earpiece, making it a snap to navigate your tunes, though passersby might struggle deciphering whether you're signaling for a squeeze or hit-and-run
You can swap in larger/different SD cards full o' different mixes, and if you want to use them with a standard MP3 rig, the Agents come with a cord that plugs into one of the earpieces and leads to a traditional jack -- because much like the Beatles were meant to be listened to on vinyl, "Fall Out Boy belongs on a Zune".