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Headphones worth giving for the holidays


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TRENDY
Urbanears

$60
Make a fist — that's the size these colorful headphones fold down to, making them super transportable, plus there's a plug-in option to share music with friends.

CUTESY
SpiritHood

$149
These faux-fur animal hoodies have washable speakers built into the hood and a pocket for your iPod or phone. A little ridiculous, yes, but 10 percent of the price is donated to the animal cause of your choice.

VINTAGE-Y
Marshall Major

$120
With a vintage look, achieved by borrowing from the materials used in their amplifiers, these headphones come in black or white and are currently priced on Amazon for $90, if you're looking for a bargain.

THRIFTY
Monoprice 8323 Premium

$25
Although they look a little boring, they're sturdy, comfy, and block out noise pretty decently. They also swivel 90 degrees to double as speakers, which is kind of cool.

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