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Skullcandy Vert earbuds can clip to your helmet, jacket or anywhere you want

Skullcandy's latest launch are designed for skiers, bikers or anyone who spends serious time outdoors

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Skullcandy Vert are designed for those who'd rather be outdoors than anywhere else, wireless earbuds that can clip to gear of any kind.

The earbuds work over Bluetooth, and are designed to handle serious weather concerns with an IPX4-rated sweat and water resistance. Lose them? Like many of Skullcandy's other devices, like the Venue, the Vert have Tile, the wireless tracker, built inside.

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For those who like to spend all day outside, Tile holds 12 hours of battery life, and can grab a quick two hours back with just a 10-minute charge.

Someone wearing Skullcandy Vert earbuds clipped to a backpack New Vert wireless earbuds are rated for sweat and water resistanceSkullcandy

The front of the device is a single dial, which can be turned and rotated even if someone is wearing gloves — and can still control the volume, music tracks, calls coming in and also voice assistants. And while they can clip on to many areas, they can also be worn under a helmet or hat.

Skullcandy is also launching two other earbuds with Vert. Method Active is another set of earbuds with even a higher standard of waterproofing, holding a rating of IPX7. This second set holds 10 hours of battery life, and are also magnetic so they stick together when not being worn — making it harder to lose. But they tool have Tile trackers built into them.

The third pair, Ink'd+ Active, holds 15 hours of battery, and, like Vert, hold an IPX4 rating for sweat and water resistance. They're wireless and also contain Tile.

A man wearing snow goggles and a black helmet in the snow with Skullcandy Vert earbuds Skullcandy Vert earbuds can clip to anything, including a helmet Skullcandy

All three headsets are available on Skullcandy's web site. Vert is priced at $79.99 and come in black, Method Active are priced at $59.99 and will come in black and green color called Elevated Olive, while Ink'd+ Active will cost $59.99 an come in black and red.

"From form to function, Vert was created with adventurers in mind, all the while tapping into our heritage in creating a product that fits how people live, shred, bike, and explore," said Jessica Klodnicki, Skullcandy's chief marketing officer in a statement. "Vert provides outdoor athletes with the soundtrack to their journey, delivering a great audio experience and music they can feel."

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