Best Wood Headphones of 2015 – Who Wooden’s Favorite Wooden Headphone Reviews

best-wood-headphones-who-wooden-article-featured-image-200x300-wood-headphones-2015Almost everyone rocks a set of headphones at some point during their day. Yet for some reason, we have come to accept that they are generally boring and uninspired in their appearance. Well we don’t think that should be the case. What better way to spruce up your ears than a sublime pair of wood headphones.

So you’ve decided it’s at least worth a look. What’s next? There are so many products available out there, this isn’t exactly an easy decision. But there’s no need to despair – we’re here to help!

Earspeakers, ‘phones, cans… or whatever you want to call them, can be a tricky product to buy online. How can you be sure that you are buying a high quality product that will sound good to your earholes? Well we’re glad you asked. We have tested a plethora of different products so that you don’t have to. The best part is that we’ve conveniently summed up our findings in a ‘Top 10’ list of the best wooden headphones in 2015. We will be focusing on the three most important factors: style, sound quality, and comfort. Hope this helps!


Top 10 Best Wood Headphones

Wraith Wood Headphones by Symphonized

Symphonized has a fantastic product on their hands here. These headphones look great, feel great, and sound great. No matter how loud you like to crank your music, these noise cancelling headphones will provide solid sound quality. If you plan on wearing these for hours on end, you’re in luck; the luxurious padding will have your ears / face thanking you!

WoodTones by Griffin

The Griffin WoodTones come in at a very reasonable price, and you won’t have to sacrifice sound quality either. We especially found that the bass these headphones can produce is really satisfying. These are definitely a bulkier pair, so if you are looking for something slimmer, this is not the pair for you.

Sensation Wireless Headphones (Walnut) by Symphonized

Symphonized hit the mark yet again with these wireless headphones. First of all, the battery life is 9 hours, and is rechargeable by USB and only takes about an hour. They also make pairing your device to them easy and pain-free, so you’ll be enjoying your tunes wirelessly soon after unboxing them. The sound quality is good, but not the best of the models on this list. We recommend these if you are looking for something for outside of the home use.

Unplugged Wireless by 51st Studios

This set of wireless headphones comes at a higher price point, but the difference can definitely be seen in sound quality. They are crafted to take advantage of the acoustic properties of the walnut wood they are housed in, and we can tell you first hand that they sound absolutely unbelievable. We also loved the range that they remain paired to your device. They boast a range of up to 35 feet between the source and the listener. Definitely worth the dough, if you can spring for them.

Portable Wooden Headphones by Audio Technica

Everyone on the Who Wooden team agrees that the sound quality on this model was the best of any of the headphones that we tried. 42 mm drivers pump out crisp tunes that will please even the most discerning of audiophiles. These weren’t our favorite set style wise, but they were really comfortable so we can let it slide. We recommend these headphones if you are serious about sound quality.

LST3 Ebony Headphones by LSTN Headphones

Unboxing the LST3s left us immediately impressed. These babies are glorious. The dark wood looks incredible with a glowing finish. We were very pleased with the sound quality, and they are quite comfortable as well. LSTN has a great all around product here for those looking for a nice balance of style, sound quality, and comfort.

Liberate Bluetooth Wireless Headphones by House of Marley

We are really feeling these wireless headphones from House of Marley. They have a very vibrant look, with a combination of stainless steel and wood that will turn heads as you rock out! 50 mm drivers provide fantastic sound quality rivaling any of the other great products on this list.

Noise-Isolating Wooden Headphones by Winintone

This is a fantastic set of headphones if you are looking for high sound quality at a reasonable price. We don’t think these are the most stylish headphones, but they are comfortable so you can wear them for long stretches. If you are looking for the best sound quality for your buck, this is the way to go. They may suffer a bit in the style department, but they are perfect for the audiophile on a budget.


RSCH Radio Silenz by Tivoli Audio

Simple, yet elegant. These slick little headphones from Tivoli Audio are available in 3 different wood finishes: black ash, cherry, and walnut. We love the noise cancelling feature on this model, and if you’re looking to find some peace and quiet, these are the headphones for you.

HPW-900 Stereo Headphones by DynaVox

We weren’t really sure what to expect out of the HPW900s, but we were pleasantly surprised. These headphones didn’t blow us away in any category, but rather they are solid across the board. Nice sound, comfortable, and very easy on the eyes. It also comes at a reasonable price point.

Honorable Mention

Real Wood Luxury Skin for Your Beats – Beats Studio Walnut

We had to give an honourable mention to this wood grain skin for your Beats headphones. Of course, for this price you’re not getting the actual headphones. But if you already own a pair, this is how you can go wooden!

We personally recommend all of the products on this list, and we sincerely hope that these wooden headphone reviews will help you make the right choice based on your needs. If you need any more help selecting or finding a product, email us (! Who Wooden? Who wouldn’t!