LSTN Wood Headphones: Every Pair Sold Helps A Hearing Impaired Child

Apr 17, 2013

Category: Tech

While everyone’s rushing out to get their hands on the hottest headphones on the market, give back to the less fortunate with a pair of these LSTN Headphones.

LSTN (pronounced “Listen”) produces beautifully crafted, natural reclaimed wood headphones, but that’s not the entire concept behind the brand. In addition to being eco-friendly, LSTN will donate proceeds from each pair of headphones sold to help restore hearing for children in need. The brand has partnered with several different charities for the deaf in order to help the 95% of children in deaf schools that simply need a hearing aid, or the millions of hearing impaired children residing in developing countries around the world. While the headphones were created for a great cause, there’s no denying that these things are absolutely gorgeous as well. With a price point ranging from $50 up to $150, you can choose from three different styles including Cherry, Beech or Ebony wood.

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