We have currently reviewed 12 pairs of Skullcandy headphones. They're a fashion-forward brand that has a decent variety of headphone types for casual listening, sports, and gaming.
The best Skullcandy headphones we've tested to date are the Skullcandy Venue. These fairly versatile over-ears are well-built and stable on the head thanks to their tight fit. Their excited, V-shaped sound profile provides an extra thump and punch that'll likely please fans of bass-heavy music like EDM and hip-hop.
There's also an active noise cancelling feature, which does a decent job blocking out ambient noise. With impressive 24-hour battery life and a useful quick charge feature, they're also ideal for when you're on the go.
The best Skullcandy wireless headphones we've tested so far are the Skullcandy Sesh. These well-built, stable in-ears have an outstanding leakage performance, so you'll be able to listen to your favorite music without disturbing the people around you. Their sound profile is decently well-balanced, and like most of the Skullcandy models we've tested, the bass packs an extra punch.
Unfortunately, their 3.7-hour battery life is quite disappointing, and their portable charging case only offers two additional charges. That being said, these earbuds are decently comfortable and are versatile enough for a variety of uses.
The Skullcandy Jib are the best cheap Skullcandy earbuds we've tested so far. If you're on a tight budget but prefer a more wireless look and feel for your daily commute or run in the park, these earbuds are a solid choice. Just like other models in the Skullcandy lineup, they deliver a thumping bass that's especially suited for genres like EDM and hip-hop.
On the downside, they don't have the best build quality and some may find their battery life lacking. However, they perform decently for their price and are even among the best cheap earbuds we've tested so far.
Overall, Skullcandy delivers a decent variety of fashion-forward headphones that come in a lot of unique colors to match your taste, style, and preferences. They have sports headphones and gaming headphones at an affordable price, too. Unfortunately, they don't have the best build quality, and their sound isn't the most balanced as they favor a bass-heavy audio reproduction over a neutral one.
Skullcandy has a specific name for each model that they release. They offer a wide variety of headphones from on-ears to gaming headsets, as well as around the neck designs. However, since they don't have a name for their entire lineup, below are just a few examples of their headphones:
Skullcandy makes fashion-forward headphones. They have a pretty big selection of headphones for casual listening, sports, and gaming, but they lack a more specific lineup geared towards critical listening. Unfortunately, they're not the ideal brand for those seeking a more neutral frequency response since most of their headphones favor a bass-heavy sound profile. They're also not as sturdy or as durable as some other headphones in their price range, but on the upside, their models are relatively affordable.