Disclaimer: I received Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Mini headphones to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador) and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!
I received my first pair of Aftershokz Trekz Titanium to test last year as a BibRave Pro ad they’ve been moving between my car, backpack, travel bag, gym bag ever since. You can read my original review here. I also tested the pink version for AfterShokz’ #AwareWithPink Campaign in support of cancer research. These wireless headphones are light, comfortable, and offer great safety with their bone conducting, open ear technology. I’ve share all my pairs with friends and family, and the Aftershokz love has spread. Many friends use them for working out, my husband uses them while working in a lab, and I use them for some workouts, bluetooth phone calls, and travel.
When the mini version of the Trekz Titanium became available I was excited to get my hands on a pair. While the original pair are comfortable, they’re a bit long around the back of my head. The Trekz Titanium Mini are 2″ shorter than the original with all the same awesome technology benefits.
From the Aftershokz website:
“Powered by bone conduction technology, Trekz Titanium sit on your cheekbones and deliver sound via mini vibrations to your inner ear, bypassing your eardrums completely.”
This means you can wear Aftershokz while still hearing your surroundings. I’ve worn my runs while still chatting with friends and hearing passing cars. Don’t get caught unaware! AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Mini retail for $129.95 and come in black, pink, green, and blue variation. Get yours now through this link http://bibrave.aftershokz.com/ and you’ll receive a complimentary water bottle.
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