Summary: I bought a pair of these sweet babies from a local computer shop and I was the awesomest looking dude in the office for 6 months...
When I took them out of the case and put them on my head I felt instantly cheated. They were cheap and felt like children's toys.
Summary: These are great. If you don't care about quality in sound or build.
I've had 2 pairs of these over the past 2 years. the first pair was replaced on warranty for the extenders for the ear cups coming off.
Summary: Note; I have Not purchased or owned these headphones.
The other day I walked into Ron Jons Surf shop & while browsing the floors came across the Skullcandy demo station. What was interesting of course was the fact you could demo it using your own mp3 player, so I did that exactly.
Summary: DO NOT BUY THESE!!! I got them on sale for 30 but they arnt even worth that! The sound quality is horrible. I use them for travel mostly but there are many better options out there. The only good part of these is the bag that they come with. They also look stupid on your head.
Pros: Comfy, good cord, ok noise cancelling, bag comes with them
Summary: When I bought these 7 years ago because I thought they looked neat. I was wrong. My tastes have changed and I am no longer 16. I payed full $50 retail, because I was an idiot.
When I bought them I realized that they sounded AWFUL.
Summary: OK first off I had bought a pair of original Hesh headphones which were dreadfully bad sounding. They broke early and so I decided to make SkullCandy warranty them. Well they replaced mine with the Hesh 2's which were not any better sounding in my opinion.
Summary: I picked these up just because at that time these would be my first set of over ear headphones. I also liked them for their looks. Honestly I wish I hadn't bought them. Lets see why.
At the time I bought them for $50. Looking back on it now I wish I hadn't payed that much.
Pros: Mildly comfortable
Cons: Sound was pretty bad, Easy to break, too expensive