The styling may not be to everyone’s taste, but the simple blue color additions to the HD25-1 does earn serious cool points to my eyes. And for most of us, good styling does contributes to a headphone’s desirability.
Adidas originals is a branch of Adidas that creates designer styled goods, and though the styling may not be to everybody’s taste, it certainly is uniquely Adidas. The Adidas Originals HD25-1 sells for $50 more than the regular version. Whether the extra $50 is worth the value is debatable, but the cool look is definitely is not. Having the legendary HD25-1 driver behind those logos also earns you serious bragging rights, perhaps way more than the celebrity-endorsed stuff Monster has been producing.
If I were in the market for a brand new HD25-1, I would definitely pay the $50 for the smurf treatment. I know everyone’s not going to agree with me on this one, but I’d love to hear your thoughts on the comments section.
Thanks to Astrindo for the HD25-1 Originals loaner.