The New Normal Headphones, Leather or Silicone

Extremely sleek and extremely stylish! Meet the new Normal Headphones with a rotating fit ear and built-in USB.

Normal Headphones

The New Normal Headphones, Leather or Silicone

Said to be the first of its kind, Normal headphones use an integrated USB so wearer’s are completely wire-free. These earbuds connect to your phone using Bluetooth technology and can run for up to 8 hours. The USB can then be plugged into any computer or portable battery to be re’d up.

Normal Headphones

Based on sports design, Normal headphones initially came on the market as a solution to sports buffs dealing with ill-fitting headphones. The company would take photos of your ears and create a custom-fit order. Now, the new Normal is back with a polished and stealthy-looking finish for both athletes and the everyday music enthusiast. The Suit and Sweat versions are both a step up from the previous Normal model employing a 5 axis driver for a super secure fit. The axis helps to create a tight seal, as well as position the driver, cable, and ear lock. The buds should fit almost any any ear, since Normal has scanned thousands of ears to produce 30 different sizes.

Normal Headphones

The Suit Edition is crafted from hand-stitched leather and precision-machined metal to create a very clean, minimal, and stylish look. It will be available in a natural and charcoal leather. The regular retail price will be $199, but is currently available for pre-order with a $50 off discount code.

Normal Headphones

The Sweat Edition is made of silicone to withstand the sweat and strain of a good workout. It can be purchased in either red or black silicone. Sweat earbuds will retail for $149, but is currently available for pre-order at $99 with the use of a special discount code on the website.

Both the Suit and Sweat Editions are equipped with a microphone to make calls. Capacitive touch controls on one side of the earbuds can be used to take calls, adjust the volume, and skip back and forth between tracks.

Interested? Grab yours at NewNrml.com.