V-Moda Crossfade M-80, stylish rugged headphones

Sound masters V-Moda has unveiled their latest creation, the Crossfade M-80 headphones which are made from high-quality materials and are “authentically tuned by a legion of legendary musicians.”

The new model has 53% smaller size than the company’s previous model Crossfade LP. V-Moda claims that the headphones offers military-level ruggednes and has a steel frame, STEELFLEX headband that can bend 10+ times flat, not break and retain its memory and shape, and interchangeable brushed metal shields, plus durable microfiber suede and replaceable memory foam cushions. They are equipped with patent-pending 40mm Dual-Diaphragm Drivers that deliver “multi-driver sound with the energy efficiency and consistent quality of a single driver.”

V-Moda Crossfade M-80 Headphones

The M-80 also offers natural isolation via its BLISS memory foam ear cushions and comes with two Kevlar-reinforced cables with in-line microphone, allowing you to use the them with your smartphone, and an exoskeleton carry case.

V-Moda Crossfade M-80 Headphones are now available for $229.99.

Source: V-Moda

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