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In-ear Headphones | By The House Of Marley

Today we are taking a closer look at the In-ear Headphones by the House of Marley,. If you havenīt heard of the brand you should head over to their website and check out their unique eco-friendly products. Inspired by Bob Marleys music and vision, there are a variety of styles to choose from, so if youīre looking for something colorful and expressive or sleek and sophisticated, you should definitely check these out. Read our thoughts and admire some pictures below...   

The House of Marley was created from the belief in Bob Marley’s vision of "One World, One Love”. Driven by the desire to bring joy and spread happiness to people around the world, The House of Marley developed a range of earth-friendly, innovative products that adhere to the Marley family core values: equality, unity, authenticity, charity and sustainability.



The In-ear Headphones collection is divided in two: Freedom and Jammin. We got a couple of models from each to test. The build quality of these is outstanding, made using renewable materials such as recycled plastics and recyclable aluminum, in fact House of Marley produces all itīs products with earth-friendly materials.  

All In-ear Headphones are noise isolating, they come with three sizes of soft silicone ear-tips, once you find the right fit the bass truly is penetrating, this is surely because House of Marley uses reggae music as itīs inspiration and bass is the first element they turn their attention to. Your ears will experience every satisfying note.

Also a standard for all models is the 3-button-mic attached to a durable cotton braided cord that reduces tangling. With every purchase a storage case or pouch is included.



Overall, the headphones are stylish and fashion-forward, they scream character in every model. The sound output is impressive and meshes well for those that like a heavier bass output.

Marley products support 1Love, the Marley family charitable organization. This global movement is dedicated to supporting youth, planet and peace. With every purchase made, they will donate a portion to them.

Models tested:
- Conquerer(Midnight), $79.99  buy: amazon | house of marley
- Redemption Song(Mist), $79.99  buy  amazon | house of marley
- People get Ready(Rasta), $39.99  buy amazon | house of marley
- Midnight Ravers(Revolution), $39.99  buy amazon | house of marley

Photography: Blessthisstuff




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