Skullcandy now in travel centers

Updated Oct 8, 2017
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Skullcandy’s line of audio products is now available in travel centers.

The company delivers a variety of specialized audio products for people with active lifestyles and gaming enthusiasts; there also is a line of products engineered specifically for women. Company founder Rick Alden said he wanted a set of headphones that could be switched between devices without having to unplug and replug and that led to the birth of Skullcandy, according to the company’s website.

Truckers will find both wireless headphones and earbuds, and models with 3.5 mm plugs to fit most devices.

Skullcandy produces its audio accessories in a variety of colors and styles. Among its newest products are its Crusher wireless headphones, which have memory foam earpads, custom-tuned audio drivers for superior sound for all types of music, and up to 40 hours of battery life.