-Their sound quality is fairly good, a little above your average $20 ones.
-They break so easily, a toddler would be able to snap them in moments.
The Bottom Line: For the love of God, don't waste your money.
The average pricing of these headphones is around fifty dollars. I worked for months to earn that money. I babysat screaming children while keeping cats away from their Dora the Explorer yogurt.
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When they finally arrived in the mail, I was ecstatic. Overjoyed. Every other pair of headphones I'd owned had broken, mostly because they were cheap. These looked indestructible. Beautiful. They had amazing reviews.
Two weeks later, I was holding them in my hands. One hand bent slightly, EVER-SO SLIGHTLY, and the bit above one of the earphones snapped. Just snapped. They still worked, but one of them was duct-taped and hanging off one ear. (Allow me to stress that they broke not under stressful conditions, but under ones that any adequate headphones should be able to withstand.)
A few days later, they worked out of only one ear.
The point I'm trying to make here is that Skullcandy headphones are pieces of s h i t. They're made from cheap plastic and are grossly overpriced. They are uncomfortable and bulky, and smash your ears against your skull, cutting off all air to your brain and leaving you dizzy. Their sound quality is pretty good, but a lot of other companies' headphones have "pretty good" sound quality and you don't have to put up with any of this crap. I could find better for 20 bucks at Radioshack.
The point I'm trying to make here is that if you don't want to be tempted to commit homicide towards any Skullcandy CEOs or employees, or if you don't feel like being robbed, do NOT buy this product.