Skullcandy Launches Four Colorful Pairs Of Truly Wireless Earbuds

Skullcandy has just launched its latest line of audio products, four pairs of truly wireless earbuds.

True to the methods of Skullcandy, each pair is available to consumers for under $100. Making them not only stylish but also affordable. Skullcandy, which prides itself on being the earliest lifestyle brand in the audio space, released all four pairs today.

They come in a colorful selection, though not all colors are available in all four models. The Push Ultra for example, are only available in True Black, Bleached Blue, and Electric Yellow. Meanwhile the Indy Evo are available in Pure Mint and True Black, with additional colors on the way.


The other two pairs are the Sesh Evo which comes in True Black only for now with more colors on the way as well, and the Indy Fuel which comes in True Black with an upcoming Chill Gray option. All four pairs of headphones are already available on Amazon. They're also available from the Skullcandy website.

The new Skullcandy truly wireless earbuds start at $60

Starting from the bottom are the Sesh Evo, the least expensive pair of truly wireless earbuds that Skullcandy released today.

These retail for $60, and feature up to 24 hours of battery life with on-board media controls and they're IP55 sweat resistant. Though only the True Black pair will be available from launch, later this Summer the Sesh Evo will release in Pure Mint, Deep Red, and Bleached Blue color options.


Going up from there are the Indy Evo which retail for $80. These bump the battery life to up to 30 hours, bring in media controls for each earbud, and they have three EQ modes. Additional colors for this model will be released at a later date including Chill Gray, '92 Blue, Deep Red, and Pure Mint.

The Indy Fuel is basically the same as the Evo model, but the case supports wireless charging whereas the Evo case does not. The Fuel will retail for $99.

If you want the most premium pair, go for the Push Ultra

Lastly there's the Push Ultra which also retails for $99. These look similar to the Sesh Evo but they come with moldable ear hooks to keep the buds in place.


They also feature IP67 water resistance for better protection against sweat, rain, spills and more. As well as up to 40 hours of battery life and a rapid charging case. They definitely seem to be the nicest pair of the four, but also come in the least fun colors.

That being said you do get the ear hooks. Which might help keep them in your ears more securely.