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The Best Earbuds for Running

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Find the best running earbuds that stick in ears like glue and make you run like a cheetah (almost).

Rating Price Water protection Connection Battery (charging) Mic & Controls More info
Jaybird Vista 2 Best true wireless
Jaybird Vista 2 small image
4.1
Under $200
IP68
Bluetooth 5.0
8 hours, 16h in case (USB-C & Qi charging)
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4.3
Under $150
IP57
Bluetooth 5.0
7 hours, 20h in case (USB-C)
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4.6
Under $250
IPX4
Bluetooth 5.0
11 hours, 24h in case (Lightning)
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AfterShokz Aeropex Best bone conduction
AfterShokz Aeropex
4.6
Under $160
IP67
Bluetooth 5.0
8 hours (proprietary)
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Sony WF-SP800N Best noise-cancelling
Sony WF-SP800N true wireless earbuds
4.2
Under $150
IP55
Bluetooth 5.0
13 hours, 13h in case (USB-C)
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Bose Sport Earbuds Best Bose
Bose Sport Earbuds true wireless earbuds
4.5
Under $160
IPX4
Bluetooth 5.1
5 hours, 10h in case (USB-C)
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Aukey EP-T32 Best ear hooks
Aukey EP-T32 true wireless earbuds
4.1
Under $50
IPX8
Bluetooth 5.0
7 hours, 28h in case (USB-C)
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Treblab X3 Pro Best ear hook alternative
Treblab X3 Pro true wireless earbuds
4.3
Under $70
IPX7
Bluetooth 5.0
9 hours + 36h in case (USB-C)
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Jlab Audio Jbuds Air Best under $50
JLab Audio JBuds Air True Wireless
4.2
Under $40
IP55
Bluetooth 5.0
5.5 hours, 15h in case (Micro-USB)
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4.6
Under $50
IPX8
Bluetooth 5.0
9 hours, 20h in case (USB-C)
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Aukey EP-T21 Best under $30
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4.3
Under $30
IPX4
Bluetooth 5.0
4.5 hours, 20h in case (Micro-USB)
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4.4
Under $30
IP68
Bluetooth 5.0
18 hours (Micro-USB)
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The best running earbuds stay in ears with ease, feel comfy for hours, sound good, and survive rain and sweat like a hero. That’s the ideal world.

But you know that’s not true for most earphones. A lot of “running buds” die in a couple of months provide a bad audio experience, and constantly fall out of your ears.

It’s frustrating.

As a result, we made a list of the best running earphones that fit the job perfectly. These are the best options for avid runners who want to focus on their training and jogging style.

Table of Contents

    What You Need to Know About Running Earbuds

    Stability is crucial. In-ear headphones that don’t fit well fall out. This is extremely frustrating during a run. You want to focus on your tempo and not worry about a bad fit. Many earphones come with multiple ear tip sizes for better stability.

    For the best stability, look for earbuds with ear hooks. These tend to stick in no matter what.

    Senso Bluetooth Headphones earbuds with hooks
    Hooks offer stability.

    You need water and sweat resistance. If you run outside and you get caught in rain, it might damage your earbuds. Your earphones need to stand up to the environment whether you’re accidentally dropping them in a puddle or sweating profusely during a marathon.

    Look for at least IPX4 which effectively means headphones are fully sweat proof. A rating of IPX6 or IPX7 means that the earbuds are fully waterproof.

    Do you need noise isolation or awareness? Depending on where you run, you may want effective passive isolation or hear ambient sound.

    You might want to block ambient noise if you run on a treadmill in a gym, so you can focus on your tempo. The best noise cancelling earbuds block most of it.

    But if you’re running outside, hearing ambient sound is crucial for safety. You want to hear traffic around you, so you don’t get into an accident. For safety, shallow-fitting classic earbuds are the best.

    Wired or wireless?

    • Freedom – If you want your in-ear pair of headphones that stay out of the way then wireless is for you. Wired models are likely to tangle up.
    • Battery charging – Wireless earphones need charging, which is a hassle. Running out of battery when you are on a run is frustrating.
    • Price – Wired earbuds tend to be cheaper. If you are on a budget, you can get better sound quality for your money.
    • Durability – Wireless headphones (see the best Bluetooth headphones) will probably die out sooner, but still, last a couple of years. Wired technology is simpler and thus fewer things can go wrong.

    Best Earbuds for Running

    Time for our rundown of the best running earbuds. We’ve taken into account the secure fit, comfort, audio quality, and durability for runners. On the bottom, you’ll find cheaper options.

    1. Jaybird Vista 2

    true-wireless Best true wireless
    Jaybird Vista 2 earbuds

    Best running headphones for active people who are also audiophiles that want the best sound.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 6mm
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: 20-20.000Hz
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 8h + 16h in case | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: Yes | Charging: 2h + quick charge – USB-C & Qi wireless charging | Mic & Controls: Yes | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC | Water resistance: IP68 (IP54 on case) | Features: Ambient mode, mono mode, EQ
    • Great out-of-the-box sound
    • Excellent comfort and stability
    • Extremely durable with water-resistant charging case
    • Good battery life
    • Feature-rich companion app
    • Decent active noise cancellation
    • Occasional connection stutters
    • Error messages during firmware updates

    The sound is punchy, detailed, and with a good bass depth. They’re overall smooth and slightly V-shaped, which is quite normal in sport-oriented wireless earphones.

    Thanks to the tiny wing tips, Vista 2 stay firmly in your ear canal, providing a high level of stability. They’re comfortable to wear and can be fully submerged (IP68).

    This time around, even the charging case has an IP54 rating, making it both dust and sweat-resistant.

    The battery on the buds lasts around 8 hours. The charging box is rather small, which translates to an additional 16 hours of playtime.

    You can also use only one earbud and extend the battery life to 48 hours in total.

    Vista’s come with a mobile app that can make a personalized sound profile. You can also customize the controls and play with an EQ to a great degree.

    Jaybird Vista 2 review

    2. Jabra Elite Active 75t

    2nd-place Runner-up
    Jabra Elite Active 75t wet

    Still one of the best running earbuds for ergonomics and a high level of customization.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 6mm
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: 20-20.000Hz
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 7h + 20h in case | Noise cancelling: Yes | Charging: 2h 20min + quick charge – USB-C | Mic & Controls: Yes, built-in | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC, BT-CVSD, mSBC | Water-resistance: IP57 | Features: EQ, "find my buds" feature, ambient aware
    • Reliably stable during movement
    • Comfortable for hours thanks to smart ergonomics
    • Fully waterproof with IP57 (IPX7)
    • Great sound quality with equalization
    • HearThrough awareness mode (useful for runners, cyclists…)
    • Competitive battery life at 7 hours per charge (+20h in case)
    • Perfectly designed physical controls
    • High build quality
    • Tiny soundstage (all sounds come from the middle of your head)
    • Pricier than most alternatives
    • Only right earbud can be used as mono

    With a bass-heavy sound signature, the Jabra Elite running headphones answer the taste of most runners. In case bass isn’t your thing, you can equalize it with the Sound+ app (plus other options).

    The Elite Active 75t do a brilliant job of staying stable, with a good fit, making them ideal for sports activities.

    With the HearThrough mode, you hear ambient noise around you perfectly, so you can stay safe on busy streets. This is a must-have for all joggers.

    To make phone calls, you can use a 4-microphone system and superb physical controls. Rain or dust isn’t a problem either. With IP57 water and dust protection, they are resistant to dips in water and small particles.

    Jabra Elite Active 75t review

    3. Beats PowerBeats Pro

    trophy Best bass
    Beats PowerBeats Pro outside the case

    Beats PowerBeats Pro are the gold standard for runners who enjoy deep bass and secure fit.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 12mm
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: n/a
    Type:: In-ear | Battery Life: 11h + 24h in case | Range: 33ft – 10m | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: Under 1h + quick charge – Lightning | Mic & controls: Yes | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC | Water resistance: IPX4 | Features: Ear hooks, H1 chip, volume controls on both sides
    • Deep, punchy bass that energizes modern music (slight V-shaped signature)
    • Great battery life with quick charging (we got over 11 hours out of them)
    • Perfect stability for working out
    • High build-quality and nice materials
    • Sweatproof, but can’t be submerged
    • They get slightly uncomfortable after 30 minutes
    • Pricey
    • Large charging case
    • No way to turn them off without the charging case
    • Mids sound a bit subdued

    These are the best-sounding Beats earbuds to date. They still produce strong bass depth which the Beats audio products are known for. But it’s more refined and detailed together with a slightly boosted treble.

    Beats PowerBeats Pro have a fantastic fit that’s suitable for sprinting as well as long-distance running. The ear hook design does a good job of keeping them in place.

    To keep them playing your favorite music, you get a better battery life than advertised (11 hours per charge), and a 24-hour battery life altogether with the quick-charging case. You need to charge them using a Lightning cable.

    These running headphones are sweat-resistant with an IPX4 rating which means you can confidently take them outside.

    See: Best bass earbuds

    Beats PowerBeats Pro review

    4. AfterShokz Aeropex

    trophy Best bone conduction
    AfterShokz Aeropex bone conduction headphones

    Top picks for the best running headphones with bone conduction technology.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: Bone conduction transducer
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: 20-20.000Hz
    Type: Bone conduction | Battery life: 8h | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: 2h – Proprietary cable | Mic & Controls: Yes, built-in | Bluetooth codecs: SBC | Water resistance: IP67 | Features: Moisture detect alert, EQ, multipoint
    • Stable fit for all types of sports
    • Perfect environment awareness due to open-ear design
    • Lightweight (almost 30% lighter than Air)
    • Waterproof and dustproof (IP67)
    • Good battery life (8 hours)
    • Improved bass response from previous models
    • Vibrating transducers might be annoying
    • Sound quality is suffering (compared to regular earphones)
    • Lack of bass

    A wide frequency response makes these great for casual listeners, though they aren’t as good as traditional wireless headphones. Since you’re able to hear a lot of ambient noise, you need to use ear plugs for best results.

    Nonetheless, Aeropex are the best bone conduction headphones for running, you will struggle to find better sound. The bass is boosted compared to older models, so it’s the best yet.

    As well as keeping your ears free to be able to hear your surroundings when you’re out for a run, the Aeropex have some other great features for runners.

    The Aeropex come with a band around the head, and they stay firmly in place throughout your run, giving a good level of stability.

    Running races usually discourage wearing regular headphones but bone conduction is safer and thus allowed.

    AfterShokz Aeropex review

    5. Sony WF-SP800N

    anc Best active noise-cancelling
    Sony WF-SP800N active noise canceling earbuds

    Best workout buds with active noise cancellation.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 7mm
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: n/a
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 13h + 13h in case | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: Yes | Charging: 2.5h + quick charge – USB-C | Mic & Controls: Yes, built-in | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC | Water resistance: IP55 | Features: ANC, ambient aware, EQ, ear fins, 360 Reality Audio
    • Fun sound
    • Stability for sports
    • Great battery life
    • Unreliable touch controls

    The sound might be a little dull at first, but you can correct it with a simple EQ. Inside a companion app, some settings and features might be of interest, like 360 Reality Audio for virtual surround sound.

    You’re getting a comfortable fit that assures you to wear them until your workout is done. Running headphones come with a small ear fin or arc supporter that makes them stay in place.

    So that you don’t have to worry much about sweat or water splashes, SP800N have dust protection and water-resistant housing.

    If you like to zone out during your cross-training workouts, earbuds have background noise cancellation. They work well in this product category, albeit not quite as Sony WF-1000XM3 do.

    You can also amplify ambient sound with Transparency mode.

    6. Bose Sport Earbuds

    trophy Best Bose
    Bose Sport Earbuds truly wireless buds

    The best running earbuds from Bose.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.1
    Driver size icon Driver size: n/a
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: n/a
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 5h + 10h in case | Wireless range: 30ft (9m) | Noise cancelling: / | Charging: 2h + Quick charge – USB-C | Mic & Controls: Yes, built-in | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC | Water-resistance: IPX4 | Features: Auto pause/play, ear fins
    • Exceptional fit and comfort
    • Great audio quality with controlled bass
    • Massive soundstage (for an in-ear headphone)
    • Sweatproof housing with an IPX4 rating
    • Support for Bluetooth 5.1
    • Good passive noise isolation
    • A barebones mobile application without EQ
    • Somewhat average battery life
    • Lack of extra customizations

    These truly wireless earbuds’ sound signature is very enjoyable for popular genres like pop and hip hop. The bass is punchy and digs deep with great control. The midrange and treble stay balanced and free of sibilance.

    You hardly notice them during use. Because of big fins, they stay superbly in your ears, no matter how rough the terrain.

    Ear tips rest in front of your ear canal, which ensures good comfort. However, they can still ensure good background noise isolation.

    To prevent sweat damage during workouts, earbuds boast an IPX4 water resistance rating.

    The connection is strong thanks to Bluetooth 5.1, which also helps lower power consumption. There are 5 hours of battery life inside buds and another 10-hour battery life in the charging case.

    Bose Sport Earbuds review

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    7. Aukey EP-T32

    trophy Best ear hooks
    Aukey EP-T32 truly wireless buds

    Best running headphones with hooks under $100.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 12mm
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: n/a
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 7h + 28h in case | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: 2h + quick charge – USB-C & Qi wireless charging | Mic & Controls: Yes | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC, aptX | Water resistance: IPX8 | Features: Ear hooks, auto play/pause, mono mode
    • Excellent comfort and stability thanks to ear hooks
    • Reliable touch controls
    • Extreme water protection (IPX8)
    • Enjoyable, punchy sound
    • Great Bluetooth stability and coverage
    • Support for Qi wireless charging
    • No multipoint support
    • Subpar microphone quality
    • Mediocre passive isolation due to shallower fit

    A more bassy sound gives your songs more energy, which keeps you moving during exhausting runs. The boost in sub-bass makes them quite warm, with the midrange remaining smooth and non-fatiguing.

    EP-T32 have a hook design that grabs around your ears, preventing earbuds from falling off.

    Compared to hooks in other in-ears, these provide a more comfortable grip. Ear buds, however, can let in some of the outside noise.

    After every day run, you can simply wash them under a tap, thanks to an IPX8 rating. Earbuds also have a built-in proximity sensor for automatic play & pause feature and support aptX Bluetooth codec.

    Up to seven hours of battery life per single charge is more than enough to reach the finish line, with extra 28 hours inside the Qi wireless charging case.

    Aukey EP-T32 review

    8. Treblab X3 Pro

    trophy Best ear hook alternative
    Treblab X3 Pro truly wireless earbuds

    Great running earbuds with hooks.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 11mm graphene drivers
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: 20Hz – 20,000Hz
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 9h + 36h in case | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: 2h – USB-C | Mic & Controls: Yes | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC, aptX | Water resistance: IPX7 | Features: Ear hooks
    • Good stability during sports activities
    • Comfortable, even for more extended listening
    • Durable construction with an IPX7 rating
    • 9-hour battery on a single charge
    • Good sound quality (if you get a seal)
    • Great passive isolation (if you get a seal)
    • Both earbuds support mono mode
    • Support for multipoint and aptX
    • Ear tips are too short to fit everyone
    • Bulky design brings wind noise
    • Discomfort when pressing the center button

    When getting the perfect seal, the sound gets very clean and dynamic. The bass is tight and fast, with good control.

    Bleed in the midrange is minimal, which is why you can admire good clarity across the mids and treble. Also, the soundstage is pleasantly spacious.

    Stability is excellent due to hooks that hug your ears tightly. You can move your head around like crazy and don’t fear them falling off your head. 9-hour long battery life should be enough for a full workout.

    Earbuds are completely waterproof with a high IP rating (IPX7), meaning you don’t have to worry about excessive sweat. Apart from standard SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs, you also get aptX, which helps with the high-quality audio transmission.

    Treblab X3 Pro review

    For similar options, see the best true wireless earbuds under $50.

    Cheap Earbuds for Running

    Here you’ll find best cheap earbuds for running under $60.

    9. Jlab Audio Jbuds Air

    dollar Best under $50
    Jlab Audio Jbuds Air

    The best wireless earbuds under $50 for running.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 8mm
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: n/a
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 6h + 18h in case | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: Under 2h – USB-A (attached) | Mic & Controls: Yes, built-in | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC | Water resistance: IP55 | Features: Rubber sleeves
    • Good water protection IP55
    • Stable fit suitable for sports
    • User-friendly magnetic design
    • Good sound quality for the price
    • Annoying physical controls (Air Icon have touch controls)
    • Can become uncomfortable after prolonged time for small ears
    • Phone calls require the right earbud

    While you can’t expect high sonic fidelity for the price, these running headphones offer good sound quality with a V-shaped signature. Plus, you can change it to have a more balanced sound or bass boost.

    If you’re looking for budget Bluetooth earbuds that you can take on a run, then the Jbuds Air are a great choice.

    You get almost six hours of music per charge which is similar to the best earbuds under $50. They’re offering IP55 rating of water and sweat resistance and stick in ears well.

    With built-in controls and a microphone, you can have a phone call during a run and change songs, volume levels, or call-up voice control assistant hands-free.

    Jlab Audio Jbuds Air review

    10. TaoTronics Soundliberty 97

    dollar Great value
    TaoTronics Soundliberty 97 true wireless earbuds

    These little buds represent great value for money, especially if you need something to give you company during a workout.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: PEEK+ PU dynamic
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: n/a
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 9h + 20h in case | Wireless range: 3ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: 2h + quick charge – USB-C | Mic & Controls: Yes | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC, aptX | Water resistance: IPX8 | Features: Touch controls
    • Good overall sound quality
    • High water protection (IPX8 rating)
    • Comfortable fit for long listening sessions
    • Impressive 9-hour battery life
    • Great passive isolation
    • Competition comes with extra features
    • No EQ presets

    There’s a clear emphasis on the lower frequencies, with a noticeable punch in the upper bass region. Of course, the midrange isn’t too bad, either. The presentation is relatively natural and warm, whereas the treble is somewhat shy.

    They have specially designed ear tips that ensure deeper insertion. Because of that, they stay rock-solid in your ears despite lacking support from fins.

    Deeper insertion also helps with passive isolation, although it’s advised to hear ambient sound if you exercise outside.

    With an extreme IP rating (IPX8), you don’t have to fear getting earbuds soaked in sweat. You can even submerge them up to 1 meter without hurting them.

    TaoTronics Soundliberty 97

    11. Aukey EP-T21

    dollar Best under $30
    Aukey EP-T21 sweatproof earbuds in rain

    For those tight on a budget, the Aukey EP-T21 make for great budget running earbuds.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: 6mm
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: 20-20.000Hz
    Type: True wireless | Battery life: 4.5h + 20h in case | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: 2 hours – Micro-USB | Mic & Controls: Yes, built-in | Bluetooth codecs: SBC | Water resistance: IPX4 | Features: Touch controls
    • Very loud
    • Ergonomic design that’s stable and comfortable
    • Good battery capacity
    • Low price
    • The lid on the case feels a bit flimsy
    • Okay sound

    The Aukeys are very loud and come with a balanced sound signature that works well for most music. Since you’re paying so little, you can’t expect high fidelity, but these sound better than the price suggests.

    They’re super cheap at under $30 and have a true wireless headphones design, similar to the Apple AirPods Pro. There are no wires to bother you during a jog.

    Plus, you don’t have to worry about sweat or rain as they’re protected with the IPX4 sweat-resistant layer (other waterproof Bluetooth headphones).

    And, unless you’re an extreme runner, the 4.5-hour battery life is more than enough for all your needs, even a marathon.

    Aukey EP-T21 review

    12. Soundcore Spirit X (2019)

    dollar Best cheap
    Anker Soundcore Spirit X wireless earbuds

    Another great option for those seeking the best wireless earbuds under $30.

    Connection icon Connection: Bluetooth 5.0
    Driver size icon Driver size: n/a
    Frequency range icon Frequency range: n/a
    Type: Wireless in-ear | Battery life: 18h | Wireless range: 33ft (10m) | Noise cancelling: No | Charging: Quick charge – Micro-USB | Mic & Controls: Yes | Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC | Water resistance: IP68 | Features: Ear hooks, multipoint support
    • High water resistance
    • Great stability during workout
    • Enjoyable sound
    • Can't get very loud

    It is fairly decent, but at this price, you shouldn’t expect too much. Overall the music sounds clean, with just enough bass to keep it interesting. There are features like the Bass Up that adds just a bit more of the low end.

    At the price tag of under $30, these are really solid performers. They are very light and amazingly comfortable. The perfect stability is achieved with the hooks, and you can use to for an entire day with 18-hour battery life.

    You shouldn’t worry too much if you sweat a lot. These are water-resistant with a high IP rating of IP68, meaning you can even wash them under a tap after the run is done.


    Honorable Mentions

    Jaybird Vista – If you seek running earbuds with fun, energetic sound, you should be more than happy with these. Their companion app lets you fully customize controls and change the sound to your liking. Jaybird Vista review

    JBL UA (Under Armour) Flash X – A great-sounding pair of running earbuds with a hook design to keep them on your ears even when your heart rate goes up. True wireless Flash are also light and comfy, with an IPX7 water-resistant rating and five hours of playtime. (Check UA Flash price)

    BackBeat FIT 350 – These sport headphones are super stable, providing a secure fit and comfort. They offer an IPX5 water-resistant rating and are suitable for all kinds of sports. Plantronics BackBeat Fit 350 review

    Jaybird X4 – A decent sound with a secure fit and even better app. Water-resistant and superb for all sorts of activities, although the durability is somewhat questionable. Jaybird X4 review

    Bose SoundSport Free – True wireless buds with solid-rock stability and long battery life. An IPX4 rating ensures sweat-resistant protection, while a shallower fit lets you be aware of your surroundings.

    How Do You Keep Your Earbuds in While Running?

    Pick ergonomic and stable earbuds. A lot of the workout earbuds come with ear wings or hooks for better stability. Those help with keeping them in your ears. If you have Apple Airpods you can find special ear wings or sleeves for the same purpose, see here.

    Use the right size of eartips. If you have a bigger ear canal you need to use tight-fitting L or XL ear tips. If they feel snug, they’re less likely to fall out.

    Get earbuds that provide a secure fit.  Sometimes you buy a model that just doesn’t suit your ears no matter what you do. If that’s so, you can try using a head sweatband to keep them in place. Or sell them and get another pair that’s well-suited.

    Note: What to listen while running