Spending a summer partying on a tropical island can lead to many things, all of which involve Jimmy Buffett Parrot-Punching you when you refuse to put your fins to the left. Or creating crazy new headphones, like the Crossfade by V-Moda.
V-Moda's Crossfades are the newest drop from a local dude who created a 'phones company after he was inspired by a summer hanging out in Ibiza with DJs, all of whom got pretty Tanner. The new rigs are industrial-looking, w/ a light "tank-like" 280 gram steel exterior available in "White Pearl", "Phantom Chrome", and a couple others that don't sound like action movie subtitles; and feature memory-foam cups for comfort, and a very-high-fidelity 50mm high/low balanced dual-diaphragm driver, also the nickname Minnie got in college, due to her affinity for practicing extra-safe sex. In addition, they come with a custom-molded "exoskeleton" (aka "case"), as well as two switchout-able, 24k-gold plugged, Kevlar-reinforced cables, one of which includes a microphone and three-button remote (compatible w/ iPods, iPhones, and Macs) and another that measures an ultra-long 69", also known as 69 Brett Favres.
V-Moda's also got six similarly-stylish in-ear options, including the zinc alloy Vibrato and the Vibe, which is super-lightweight, also what Buffett called you when he found you in Paradise, ordering a salad with dressing on the side.