Given the Dottir On-Grid Freedoms’ credentials as the brainchild and creation of Katrin Davidsdottir and Annie Thorisdottir, winners of Iceland’s CrossFit Games Women’s Championship, it’s unsurprising that these wireless headphones well and truly fall into the sports category thanks to their emphasis on comfort not for long listening sessions on the couch (not that there’s anything wrong with that) but for exhausting and uplifting training sessions.
The swirling shape of these headphones makes them exceptionally secure to wear during intense physical activity but without the uncomfortable clamping or suffocating feeling created by competitors. Perhaps most crucially, these sports headphones are genuinely sweatproof, so you won’t have to constantly fiddle with them between sets as you work up to new one-rep maximums, and they also boast IPX7-standard waterproofing.
While these performance features are vital, sound quality remains fundamental to any headphones, with the Dottir Freedom On-Grids delivering on that front with 13mm dynamic drivers for big sound should you need it, with hybrid noise cancellation to drown out ambient sound. The headphones also come with a charging case which you won’t need to use too frequently given the headphones’ battery life of up to 70 hours. Add in the built-in voice assistant and easy touch controls and you have a set of consummate sports headphones that are a veritable steal at $150.
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