Your Guide to Sport and Wireless Headphones from Bose

Bose is a brand with serious name recognition and cultural cachet. Walk through the business class section of just about any domestic flight, and you’re sure to see Bose headphones in nearly every row. While the brand isn’t the highest of the high end in headphones, Bose produces consistently high-quality products that please all customers.
Bose produces a wide range of headphones, and it can be a bit much to keep track of. Below we hit the highlights of sport and wireless headphones from Bose. Check out our brief reviews of their top models in each category.

Sport Headphones from Bose

If you like to listen to music – and truly hear it well – while working out, a quality set of sport headphones is worth the investment. Here are the top three sport headphone offerings from Bose.

Bose Sport Earbuds (coming soon)

Bose Sport Earbuds are Bose’s flagship sports headphones, and they have it all: sweat and weather resistance, lifelike sound, a true wireless experience, clear calls and simple touch controls. The sound is the high-quality audio you’d expect from Bose. The company boasts clear, balanced sound at any volume, and the fit is both comfortable and secure.

Bose Frames Tempo

And now for something completely different: Bose has released a second generation of its Frames product. These are well-built sport glasses with bone conduction audio technology built into the arms. You probably haven’t ever experienced something quite like Bose Frames, and now they’re available in a sport-friendly configuration named Tempo.
There are tons of optical configuration options here, from sunglasses to colored lenses to prescription frames. And the sound is certainly different, as The Verge notes in its detailed review. If you don’t like the feeling of headphones or earbuds, or if hearing ambient audio is important to you, Bose Frames are a great option worth considering for outdoor workouts.

SoundSport Free Wireless Headphones

Bose’s first truly wireless in-ears, the SoundSport Free Wireless Headphones remain a compelling choice today. IPX4 water resistance means your headphones will keep on humming through sweat and rain. With StayHear+ sport tips in multiple sizes, most users will find a comfortable, secure fit. The headphones offer five hours of battery and the case adds another 10.

Wireless Headphones from Bose

Sport headphones focus on a certain kind of durability, plus weather and sweat resistance. If you’re not planning to use your headphones in the gym or on the trail, Bose has a range of wireless headphones with even more luxurious touches.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

Named the best Bose headphones for 2020 by TechRadar, Bose’s 700 headphones are the company’s flex into the premium market. With an astounding eight microphones on board (six for noise cancellation and two for voice pickup), it’s amazing all the tech Bose crammed into this set.
You’ll be astonished by the sound and the controllable noise cancellation (if it’s too much, you can adjust it down). Bose uses a proprietary TriPort acoustic setup in these headphones, and you’ll get an astounding 20 hours of listen time on a single charge.

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds (coming soon)

Boasting “the world’s most effective noise cancelling,” the upcoming Bose QuietComfort Earbuds feature undeniably crisp audio and velvety bass. With noise canceling this effective, you’ll hear details like never before.
You’ll appreciate the true wireless design as well as simple touch controls. Even though these aren’t in the Sport line, they are sweat and weather resistant, too.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset

Before the 700 came along, Bose’s QuietComfort series reigned supreme. It’s still a very impressive series, and the QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset looks to be an impressive headset. This latest iteration includes a removable boom mic gaming module that’s both Discord and TeamSpeak certified. This Bluetooth headset offers the legendary Bose Acoustic Noise Cancelling, and even the boom mic has noise rejection.
The QuietComfort 35 II series features easy access to voice assistants like Google Assistant, and it even comes with an optional PC desktop controller, allowing you smooth audio input level control that you can adjust as you game.

Don’t Get Left Hanging: Protect Your Bose Headphones Investment

Bose headphones are a lot of things, but there’s one thing they aren’t: cheap. If you’re going to spend this kind of cash on premium headphones, you don’t want to get left hanging if something goes wrong. Protect your investment with a smartphone extended warranty with accident protection from Upsie. Coverage is extensive but surprisingly affordable, and there’s just a $25 deductible should you need to make a claim.
Warranties from Upsie include coverage for the following areas:
  • Drops
  • Liquid damage
  • Mechanical failure
  • Speaker or sound failure
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