Shinola Canfield Headphones

Nov 15, 2017

Category: Tech

If you’re looking to upgrade your headphones this holiday season, Shinola wants to offer their first-ever over-ear and on-ear collection for your enjoyment. And considering these are the same guys who brought us their beautiful one-of-a-kind Runwell turntable, it’s becoming more and more clear they’re surely an audio force to be reckoned with.

To keep things versatile, Shinola offers a series of three colorways in both on-ear and over-ear formats for a total of six pieces in the entire collection with either a 40mm or 50mm dynamic transducer respectively. Despite these differences in tech you may find between the various options in this lineup, one thing’s for certain: they’re absolutely stunning. It’s all thanks to a stainless steel construction, interchangeable lambskin earpads, a top grain leather headband, and an in-line microphone. Additionally, each pair is acoustically tuned by Shinola’s very own sound engineers, tested in their Detroit factory, and built for decades of use. An ideal gift for the audiophile in the family? We think so.

Purchase: $495+

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