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Sunday, May 06, 2012

Does anyone have any suggestions for some good headphones for running? Today I was walking a block and then running a block to build up tolerance to start running. I was using the apple ear buds but they just kept falling out!
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  • GREFF13
    Thanks Daniellesautumn,

    I just order several different styles and brands off amazon about 6 total. So I will test each one out and see what i like best. I just started running and made it about 4 steps and both ear buds fell out so I was pretty much like "Yep getting different ones" I did order 2 different styles of Skullcandy to try, one pair is in ear buds and the others are some that wrap around the back of the ear. I will let you know how it goes!
    2881 days ago
  • DANIELLESAUTUMN
    I second the falling apart of earbuds! Mine usually only last 3-4 mos tops. My go to bud is Skullcandy "in ear buds"

    http://www.google.com/produ
    cts/catalog?hl=en&q=2xl+buds&um
    =1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=144159
    91637278004190&sa=X&ei=vBCoT7Ow
    Go_tggftx4XeAQ&ved=0CJQBEPMCMAU

    they have good sound- come with 2-3 sizes of the in ear part so you can switch them for comfort. They stay in my ears NO problem. And the sound is WAY better. Otherwise something comperable to those would work fine! I get mine at Shopko.

    Good luck!
    2883 days ago
  • GREFF13
    Thanks Nevermind2010 for the tips!
    2883 days ago
  • NEVERMIND2010
    Try some of the gel-type ear buds - they might stay in better. Or try the ones that have the little earpiece so they hand down over your ear maybe? Start with cheap ones until you find a style you like, then upgrade. Mine fall apart after a few months of running with them, so I stick with cheap all the time!
    2884 days ago
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