Best Wireless Workout Headphones

Last updated: 2 months ago, May. 12. 2020
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    When in the gym, enjoy music in comfort with the best wireless workout headphones.

    Comparison of Top Wireless Workout Headphones

    TypeMic & Controls
    Jabra Elite Active 75t
    best overall
    More info
    under $200IP57 (IPX7)
    7 hours+
    20h in case
    true wireless
    Beats PowerBeats Pro
    best bass
    More info
    under $250IPX49 hours+
    (Lightning cable)
    true wireless
    Jaybird X4
    best sound
    More info
    under $100IPX78 hours
    Key Series T10

    best affordable TWS
    More info
    under $120IPX57 hours
    true wireless
    BackBeat FIT 500

    best on-ear
    More info
    under $80sweatproof
    18 hours
    Key Series B80

    great value
    More info
    under $100IPX68 hours
    AfterShokz Aeropex
    best bone conduction
    More info
    under $160IPX7
    8 hours
    bone conduction
    Sony XB950N1
    best over ear
    More info
    under $150none22 hours
    BackBeat FIT 350

    best value
    More info
    under $80IPX56 hours
    Jlab Audio Jbuds Air
    best under $50
    More info
    under $50IPX55.5 hours
    true wireless
    SoundBuds Slim+

    best cheap
    More info
    under $30IPX710 hours
    Bluetooth Earbuds

    best battery
    More info
    under $20IPX724 hours

    There is a huge amount of choice on the market today if you are looking for wireless headphones.

    But only some are designed for workouts and sweat, with features and sound to match…

    …and the right price.

    In this buyer’s guide, we’ve collected the best wireless workout headphones (all Bluetooth) for use in the gym.

    Also, we’ve set out to answer the questions you may have when looking for workout headphones.

    Table of Contents


      Best workout headphones (including wired)

      Best wired workout headphones

      Top running headphones

      Key Features of Wireless Workout Headphones

      Certain features set aside the very top options for workout headphones.

      Before you try and make your decision, it is helpful to understand all the options as well as the styles of wireless workout headphones.

      What are the Best Kinds of Wireless Headphones to Wear for a Workout?

      There are several different varieties of wireless headphones, and undeniably, some are better for workouts.

      Earbuds or in-ear headphones are the best for working out.

      Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350 running test

      Small earbuds (like BackBeat FIT 350) are superb for working out and running.

      Sports headphones tend to be in the form of earbuds rather than big, bulky on-ear or over-ear models.

      Of course, this is down to personal preference, and some people prefer large designs. However, most find that smaller wireless earphones are the most comfortable.

      Smaller earbuds:

      • get less sweat build-up
      • don’t get in the way when you are working out
      • are lightweight
      • keep in the ears well during movement

      True wireless earbuds have also grown in popularity.

      Standard wireless in-ear earbuds have some form of wires keeping the two earpieces together. True wireless earbuds don’t have this. They are two individual earpieces, usually kept in a case. The Apple Airpods design is an example of true wireless.

      Most Important Features for the Gym

      When buying a pair of headphones for a workout, there are features you should prioritize.

      These are not the same features you would want for headphones for use around the house or on public transport, for instance.


      First and foremost, when you are looking for workout headphones, you need to choose a stable option (lightweight).

      Headphones continually falling out when you are trying to listen to music or a podcast is infuriating.

      Ear hooks and ear wings can be an excellent way for headphones to stay put within your ear.

      These mold around the outside or inside of the ear in order to stay in place. Both wireless and true wireless buds come with some form of extra hooks or wings to keep them stable.

      Having multiple tips available in different sizes can help you get the correct fit for your ears.

      Battery life

      You should be on the lookout for battery life that suits your needs. The longer, the better.

      If you go for long workouts, then you’ll hate a battery that dies halfway through. Distance runners or tour cyclists, for instance, should look for long battery life.

      Right now (2019), wireless workout headphones have from 6 to 10 hours of battery life per charge.

      From 3 to 7 hours for true wireless earbuds (on average).

      Charging of Aukey T10 true wireless earbuds

      True wireless earbuds have shorter battery life, but more charges in the case.

      Other helpful features include fast-charging.

      Some headphones let you charge for 10-20 minutes and run for an hour or two, which is enough for a good workout.


      Wireless headphones work by using a Bluetooth signal from your music device (your smartphone).

      There are different generations and types of Bluetooth. The key is that it needs to be reliable, and you can usually tell this from customer reviews.

      Bluetooth versions 4.0 and higher are common today, Bluetooth 5.0 is the best (found in some newer headphones).

      Bluetooth can experience interference or trouble with connecting to devices. Reliable and quality Bluetooth connection is vital for ensuring this doesn’t happen.

      Plus, Bluetooth 5.0 is more energy-efficient and slightly improves the range and speed of data transmission.

      Noise cancellation

      Noise-cancelling capabilities, whether active or passive, can be very useful for listening in a loud gym.

      If you need to have your wits about you, being able to hear some external noise is helpful.

      Don’t know the difference between active cancellation and passive isolation?

      Water Protection (durability)

      Look for IPX or other mentions of water-protection.

      IPX rating - infographic

      What’s their IPX rating? (higher is better)

      How well can the headphones survive through sweaty workouts or rain (if working out outside).

      Look for IPX4 or higher (IPX4 equals sweatproof).

      For fully waterproof headphones, get IPX7 headphones.

      Check the waterproof Bluetooth headphones.

      Other features

      If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already decided to get wireless headphones, which is the right choice.

      But if you’re still on the fence, here’s some pros and cons about wireless vs. wired.

      There are other features to consider, not least, the audio quality.

      Sound quality should always be a consideration when buying headphones. You want something that sounds as good as possible, and true to your music source (or with boosted bass if that’s your preference).

      Other features include comfort (nobody wants to wear uncomfortable headphones for long periods).

      You need headphones which are built to last if you are going to be wearing them for long spells in the gym or outdoors. They should be able to take a bit of a beating.

      How to Choose Wireless Workout Headphones

      Due to the fact, there are a number of different features to workout headphones. Choosing isn’t as simple as saying, “these are definitely the best.”

      There is a choice to be made by every individual. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the top options, along with nominations of what these headphones are best for.

      Consider Where You’ll Be Working Out

      A workout can take place indoors or outdoors.

      It can take place somewhere quiet and serene or extremely busy and loud.

      Running in rain

      Running in rain requires good water-resistance. At least IPX4.

      The location of your workout is vital. For instance, if you plan to work out in a gym, you might need to account for the ambient noise level. Noise isolation and noise-cancelling over-ear headphones become a more attractive option.

      If you plan to head outdoors for your exercise, think about the climate.

      It’s always helpful to have headphones with an IPX rating for water resistance as you will be sweating when working out. However, if you’re outdoors, you may need to consider rain and the elements too.

      IP rating tells two things. The first number shows protection against dust. The second number tells protection against water.

      Example: IP55 these are well protected against dust, mud, and water (but not fully waterproof).

      Don’t Ignore Personal Preference

      Never buy headphones just because they’re recommended for a purpose, without thinking about what you like.

      For instance, many people know they don’t like the feel of over-ear headphones, and go for in-ear headphones instead.

      You may prefer true wireless earphones, or you might like the feeling of earbuds hooking around your ears.

      If you’ve got a preference with one particular style, make your headphone choice based on this.

      Comfort is Paramount

      You need to find headphones you’re going to be happy to wear for long workout sessions.

      If they’re not comfy, your motivation to work out is going to tail off. Nobody wants to put themselves through unneeded pain.

      If you have an unusual ear shape or size, you might find that comfort is not as easy to come by.

      We’ve made a specific guide on the most comfortable earbuds which may help you find an appropriate option.

      Most earbud designs have multiple ear tips. This can allow you to choose which size best suits your ear.

      Always take the time to do this, as it can lead to far better comfort. If your earbuds allow it, get a pair of memory-foam eartips as these conform to the shape of an ear canal.

      Do You Want Wireless Functionality?

      Consider the devices that you’ll be using your headphones with.

      If you plan to simply use the sound from your phone, and nothing else, then most Bluetooth connections will be okay with modern smartphones.

      When working out, your needs may be more advanced. If you’re listening while working out at home, you may want to connect your television or other wireless devices.

      Some headphones allow you to have multiple devices connected at once (Multipoint), whereas some others are restricted to one.

      Best Wireless Workout Headphones

      1. Jabra Elite Active 75t (best true wireless)

      Jabra Elite Active 75t earbuds buttons

      The best wireless workout headphones

      Jabra Elite Active 75t are the best Bluetooth workout headphones, in our opinion.

      See full review.

      Battery life: Over 7 hours (20h in the case)
      Water-protection: IP57 (IPX7 – fully waterproof)
      Type: True wireless headphones

      Why Buy These?

      What makes these Jabras so great is their versatility.

      You can use them in a loud gym with a high level of noise isolation. But if you want to wear them on a cycling trip, you can turn on HearThrough mode and get perfect awareness.

      And in case a friend calls you, accept the call with built-in controls and hold a clear conversation thanks to the 4-microphone system.

      On top of that, you enjoy many different activities. These sure can’t be suitable for all?

      You’re wrong. With IP57, you can dip them in water or make them dirty of chalk during a climb. The Elite Active 75t don’t mind thanks to a durable design.

      Furthermore, a 7-hour battery life with 20h more in the charging case ensures you don’t run out of music when you most need it. And if that happens, a 15-minute quick charge gives you 1 hour more of playtime.

      The Bad

      A bit pricier at around $200. Small soundstage.

      The Sound

      They sound great for all kinds of music, especially bassy, modern genres.

      Bass emphasized sound works for a lot of active people, but if you want to equalize it, you can do it with the Sound+ app.

      It’s a versatile audio design that satisfies most people. Read more about it in the review.

      Jabra Elite Active 75t review.

      2. Beats PowerBeats Pro (best bass)

       Beats PowerBeats Pro

      The best bass true wireless workout earbuds

      PowerBeats Pro are undoubtedly the first choice for bass enthusiasts who want true wireless headphones for working out.

      See full review.

      Battery life: Up to 9 hours (24h with case included)
      Water-protection: IPX4 (sweatproof)
      Type: True wireless headphones

      Why Buy These?

      If you want true wireless, with perfectly stable fit, great battery life, and powerful bass, then these are your best choice.

      PowerBeats Pro are much better for working out than AirPods due to ear hooks, IPX4 sweat protection, and blazing quick-charging (5min = 1.5h of music).

      They also come with auto on/off ability that makes pausing music effortless. You probably often get distracted in the gym, and pressing the pause button is unnecessary.

      The true wireless design is perfect for all kinds of exercise. You can easily bench press as the wires aren’t in the way (like with many behind-the-neck buds).

      And, to make phone calls and voice commands as easy as possible, there’s a built-in mic on each side. Plus, you can control volume and music selection with physical on-board buttons.

      The Bad

      More expensive compared to competition. Can be uncomfortable for smaller ears.

      The Sound

      Typical bass boosted sound that we’re used from Beats. But this time it’s more refined and detailed but equally powerful. The overall audio quality is slightly V-shaped, but more on that in the review.

      Check the full Beats PowerBeats Pro review.

      3. Jaybird X4 (best sound)

      Jaybird X4 wireless sports earbuds

      The best sounding wireless workout headphones

      Sound should never be ignored when buying gym headphones, and for options in sound signatures, these are ideal with app equalization.

      See full review.

      Battery life: Up to 8 hours
      Water-protection: IPX7 (waterproof)
      Type: In-ear

      Why Buy These?

      These in-ear headphones have good noise isolation and great sound, which you can control and customize by using their custom EQ app.

      You can choose from many sound presets or create your own (heavy bass, balanced included).

      8-hours of battery life is certainly respectable, and the charging takes around 2-hours, though the charging adapter is proprietary.

      Comply Ultra memory-foam tips are specifically made to fit your ear canals. They shape to your ears with the help of warmth.

      Plus, these are waterproof, with IPX7 protection, this means both sweat and rain will have no impact and makes the Jaybirds suitable for wearing outdoors.

      The Bad

      Though the sound is excellent, the build quality of the X4s has come in for a little criticism. We explain this in more detail in our Jaybird X4 review.

      Also, the charging cable is proprietary, which is one more cable to carry.

      The Sound

      Clear and powerful bass is twinned with crisp high end, making the very best sound quality on this list. You can customize every aspect of it, and thus Jaybird X4’s are the best sounding option for a gym-goer.

      Read the full Jaybird X4 review.

      4. Aukey Key Series T10 (best affordable TWS)

      Aukey Key Series T10

      The best affordable true wireless headphones for workouts

      True wireless headphones are a popular solution for workouts, but usually they come at a cost. Luckily, these affordable true wireless cans are not overly expensive.

      See full review.

      Battery life: Up to 7 hours (charging case can increase this to 24 hours)
      Water-protection: IPX5
      Type: True wireless

      Why Buy These?

      These true wireless in-ear headphones offer a lot for their price.

      As well as USB-C charging, the case is used when you’re on the go. It can extend the battery life to 24 hours, which is comparable to more expensive true wireless earbuds.

      You can use Siri or other voice commands, plus the microphone lets you make and receive phone calls.

      Also, easy adjustments of volume and other controls can be made by tapping the earbuds themselves.

      With 3 sets of stability wings and tips, they keep in ears even during fast exercise.

      For around $100 they’re the best you can get for working out in true wireless headphones.

      The Bad

      Some have reported that Bluetooth is not the most reliable in these headphones. Also, if you’re not used to the controls, these can be awkward.

      The Sound

      Though you can find better fidelity out there, great bass response at a good price means it’s worth considering the Aukey T10.

      Read the full Aukey T10 review.

      5. Plantronics BackBeat FIT 500 (best on-ear)

      Plantronics BackBeat Fit 500

      Best on-ear wireless headphones for workouts

      Some people will always prefer the feel of on-ear headphones. This is a quality pair of on-ear headphones built with working out in mind.

      Battery life: Up to 18 hours
      Water-protection: Sweat resistant with P2i nano-coating
      Type: On-ear

      Why Buy These?

      These are some very comfortable headphones, with memory foam on both the earcups and the headband, which goes over the top of the head.

      A P2i nano-coating is designed to help these resist sweat and rainwater. These cans also let you take calls and use Siri, Google Now or Cortana voice controls.

      The battery life is another standout feature. Up to 18 hours of battery life makes them a brilliant choice for those who need to use headphones for longer.

      For lifting weights in a gym, comfortable and wireless on-ear headphones are the go-to choice of many.

      The Bad

      Bluetooth capabilities on the Plantronics BackBeat FIT 500 can sometimes forget connections to devices, meaning you have to pair again.

      The Sound

      Though not spectacular, the sound is well-balanced and has good clarity. The bass creates a powerful punch without overpowering other ranges. But you can find “stronger” bass headphones.

      For a keen gym-goer who wants on-ear headphones, the Plantronics BackBeat FIT 500 are a great choice.

      6. Aukey Key Series B80 (best under $100)

      Aukey Key Series B80

      Best wireless workout headphones under $100

      $100 is a reasonable budget for a set of exercise headphones. And the Aukey Key Series B80 show the best you can get for this kind of money.

      See full review.

      Battery life: Up to 8 hours
      Water-protection: IPX6 (waterproof)
      Type: In-ear (ear hooks)

      Why Buy These?

      The B80 headphones are good value, and they’re built with sports and workouts in mind.

      Ear hooks combined with memory-foam eartips, mean they stay pretty stable throughout workouts, even if you are being quite vigorous.

      These are perfect for all gym activity, as well as running and guided training.

      Though they aren’t noise-cancelling headphones, they do have a decent capacity for blocking out ambient noise. This may be a good thing for the gym, but not great for road running or street cycling. Here are some tips on choosing running headphones.

      The battery life is decent, with 8-hours available. A quick 10-minute charge (via USB-C) is also an option which can provide 2-hours of listening.

      An IPX6 rating for water resistance is more than good enough for being sweatproof and fine for most rainy conditions, too.

      The Bad

      They have an annoying white noise which is audible at low volumes.

      The Sound

      For the under $100 price point, the sound clarity is pretty respectable. Dual-drivers means that there is a little extra power boost.

      For drowning out the gym sounds and replacing it with enjoyable, balanced sound, the Aukey Key Series B80 win the day.

      Read the full Aukey Key Series B80 review.

      7. AfterShokz Aeropex (best bone conduction)

      AfterShokz Aeropex

      Best bone conduction wireless workout headphones

      You can be free of wires, and free of earbuds with bone conduction headphones. This is a new technology that doesn’t require earbuds or headphones.

      Battery life: Up to 8 hours
      Water-protection: IP67 waterproof
      Type: Bone conducting

      Why Buy These?

      AfterShokz Aeropex are suitable for working out when you need to hear your surroundings.

      Runners or cyclists need to hear traffic, and these headphones offer perfect awareness.

      Bone conduction isn’t just a novelty, as it exists for a while now with many happy users.

      Up to 8 hours of battery life is good even for long workouts. Also, they’re waterproof, meaning rain and sweat won’t affect them.

      The AfterShokz Aeropex are extremely comfortable and stay stable in the ears. Plus, the wireless is extremely reliable, making them great workout companions.

      The Bad

      Some people struggle with bone conduction headphones, there’s definitely a different feel as they vibrate on your head.

      Bass is a bit weak with bone conduction headphones.

      The Sound

      The Aeropex have upgraded sound compared to the previous Air model.

      There’s a noticeable bass boost, and the sound is the best we’ve heard from bone conduction headphones.

      Though to get strong lows, you have to use the included earplugs.

      To stay fully alert during your workouts, consider the AfterShokz Aeropex.

      8. Sony XB950N1 (best over-ear)

      Sony MDR-XB950N1

      The best over-ear wireless headphones for workouts

      Most workout headphones tips and guides will tell you to opt for in-ear headphones, but not everyone likes the feel of these. Also, noise-cancelling is not often as effective. While XB950N1 aren’t dedicated sports headphones, they’re a good option for those who like over-ears.

      Battery life: Up to 22 hours
      Water-protection: None
      Type: Over-ear

      Why Buy These?

      One of the main reasons you might want to opt for these headphones is the noise cancelling capabilities. They have active noise-cancelling, and do a brilliant job of reducing background noise in the gym.

      Sony is a quality brand, and the durability on offer with these cans is pretty good. Also, a specific headphones app from the brand allows you to control the EQ.

      The bass frequencies on the Sony XB950N1 have been boosted for extra punch, which many people like (bassheads) when exercising.

      Plus, up to 22 hours of battery life is another big positive these headphones can offer.

      The Bad

      There are some downsides. The design is tight-fitting but might still come off in exercise that involves lots of movement.

      They’re good for weight-lifting, not so good for running or HIIT (high intensity interval training).

      Not officially sweatproof headphones.

      The Sound

      Bass boosted as their model name suggests. These are the older model but have deeper bass, which is why you should get these and not the updated version.

      An excellent pick for bassheads.

      Between the noise cancelling and the extra bass, these are great for the gym (weight lifters).

      If you want pumping low-end in large over-ear headphones, consider the Sony XB950N1.

      Best Affordable Wireless Workout Headphones

      Here are the top workout headphones with Bluetooth under $80 and lower.

      9. Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350 (best value)

      Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350

      Best value workout headphones under $80

      One of the best choices when choosing wireless workout earbuds are the BackBeat FIT 350. With a great fit for sports and fun sound you’re getting a lot for your money.

      See full review.

      Battery life: Up to 6 hours
      Water-protection: IPX5
      Type: In-ear

      Why Buy These?

      For affordable, in-ear headphones designed to block out sound, these are a fantastic value.

      The Plantronics allow you to listen for up to 6 hours. You can also use a 15-minute charge option to provide you with an hour of listening time, good for a gym visit.

      Ear hooks help them to stay in place, and keep things stable throughout your workout. There’s even a clip on the neckband to keep the earbuds on you even if they fall out of ears.

      IPX5 protection is suitable for most rainy conditions and also for resisting your sweat.

      Plus, they’re comfy and work out of the box with in-line microphone and controls.

      The Bad

      The Bluetooth connection is sometimes patchy.

      Also, if the cable rubs along your skin (quite possible while doing exercise), you may hear cable noise.

      The Sound

      The bass is slightly boosted, and these headphones block out a lot of background noise. The frequency response is great for the price point.

      You’ll like these if you prefer balanced or slightly V-shaped sound (with emphasized bass and highs).

      If you want fantastic fit, sweatproof and clear sound on a budget, go for the Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350.

      Read the Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350 review.

      10. Jlab Audio Jbuds Air (best under $50)

      Jlab Audio Jbuds Air

      The best wireless workout headphones under $50

      Jlab Audio Jbuds Air true wireless headphones offer fantastic value for money with overall decent performance for working out for a meager price.

      See the Jbuds Air review.

      Battery life: Up to 6 hours
      Water-protection: IPX5
      Type: In-ear, true wireless

      Why Buy These?

      Not everybody needs $100+ workout headphones, and you can get a decent pair for half that.

      The Jbuds Air offer everything more expensive true wireless headphones do but to a lower degree.

      Still, the battery life is solid at 5.5 hours per charge with 15 hours more in the charging case.

      They’re waterproof with IPX5, stay in the ears really well thanks to rubber sleeves, and you barely feel in them during a workout.

      You can control the music with built-in buttons, call up a voice assistant, or call your friend via the included microphone. They can do almost everything premium buds can do.

      The Bad

      Due to a wider design, they might be uncomfortable for small ears. Random connection hiccups.

      The Sound

      You get to choose from 3 EQ presets. Jlab signature is V-shaped, balanced tries to be neutral, and bass boost, which amps up the lows.

      The overall sound isn’t spectacular but makes for an enjoyable audio experience in the gym. Considering the price, you can’t expect much more though it would be nice.

      Read the Jlab Audio Jbuds Air review.

      11. Anker SoundBuds Slim+ (best cheap option)

      Anker SoundBuds Slim+

      Best cheap wireless workout headphones

      This level of affordability, combined with pretty impressive features and functionality, makes the Anker SoundBuds Slim+ a good set of headphones for the money.

      Se full review.

      Battery life: Up to 10 hours
      Water-protection: IPX7 (waterproof)
      Type: In-ear

      Why Buy These?

      As you can see from the features listed above, in terms of water resistance and battery life, these affordable headphones outperform many pricier models.

      Anker SoundBuds Slim+ have ear wings which help the earbuds stay in place. They’re good headphones for running, and have an ergonomic design, keeping them in the ear pretty reliably with stability.

      An in-line mic and controls mean you can change volume and receive calls while working out.

      Basically, they come with all the features more expensive models have, plus above-average battery life. What’s not to like.

      The Bad

      All headphones this affordable have some downsides. The Bluetooth connection isn’t the strongest. Also, while the sound is respectable, more bass would be better.

      The Sound

      It’s certainly a good sound considering these cost under $30. Some would prefer a little more bass, and better frequency response, but that’s too much to expect from cheap wireless earbuds.

      For casual, normal users, they sound good enough to justify the price.

      For the best dirt-cheap option of wireless gym headphones, get the Anker SoundBuds Slim+.

      Read the full Anker SoundBuds Slim+ review.

      12. iTeknic BH001 Wireless Earbuds (longest battery)

      Longest battery wireless workout headphones

      These aren’t very well known yet but come with an unbelievably long battery life (up to 24 hours). That’s unheard of among wireless in-ear headphones.

      See full review.

      Battery life: Up to 24 hours
      Water-protection: IPX7
      Type: In-ear

      Why Buy These?

      For such a cheap set of headphones to trump all the competition when it comes to battery life is very impressive (we tested it in the review).

      These don’t have unbelievable sound, but they stay reliably in your ears.

      The earbud casing is bigger but doesn’t affect the fit too much. Though they’re more likely to fall out during exercise, it’s not a constant problem.

      Moreover, they have IPX7 water resistance and block water, perfect for sweaty sessions.

      The Bluetooth compatibility is reliable, and they stay connected during most workouts.

      Also, tight ear tips do a good job of blocking out external noise, perfect for a noisy gym.

      The Bad

      There’s not much to fault at this price. Obviously, ultra Hi-Fi sound isn’t available for such a cheap price, but these exceed expectations. The only thing that’s worth mentioning is that they’re a bit heavier and bigger, which makes them easier to lose the airtight fit.

      The Sound

      It can’t be compared to higher-end headphones, but it’s close enough. Sound quality can easily compare to other under $30 Bluetooth earbuds.

      For reliable, long-lasting and cheap wirelesses headphones for the gym, get the iTeknic BH001.

      Check the full iTeknic BH001 review to find out more.

      Honorable Mentions

      Some headphones which we like, but don’t quite make the list, include:

      • BlueAnt Pump Zone – Great over-ear headphones, but on the expensive side and a little hard to get hold of.
      • Bose SoundLink II – These are popular wireless over-ear headphones, but aren’t really suitable for heavy sport use (no sweat resistance).
      • Bose SoundSport Pulse – Older model but with heart-rate monitor and Bose sound.

      Also, if you are happy to go with wired workout headphones, and don’t need wireless capabilities, here are some further options.