After his stint with http://beatsbydre.com” target=”_blank”>Beats by Dr. Dre, Noel Lee , http://monstercable.com” target=”_blank”>Monster‘s unflappable CEO, is forging a series of new collaborations for the brand’s new headphones line. Following the http://freshnessmag.com/2012/08/07/monster-diamond-tears-edge-headphones-inspired-by-j-y-park/” target=”_blank”>DIAMOND TEARS EDGE edition with Korean producer J.Y. Park and the http://freshnessmag.com/2012/06/13/diesel-by-monster-vektr-headphones-detailed-look/” target=”_blank”>Vektr model with denim giant Diesel, Monster will be introducing another new collaborative model, this time with http://tumi.com/” target=”_blank”>TUMI. Seeing how both companies have cornered hefty market shares in their respective accessories segments, the two brands knew they can offer consumers something ideal for today’s hectic lifestyle.
In addition to its brushed metal frame and over-ear design, the http://tumi.com/product/index.jsp?productId=15563266&prodFindSrc=paramNav” target=”_blank”>TUMI Headphones by Monster incorporates noise canceling technology to further eliminate any unwanted sound. Thus, commuters or long-distance travelers can enjoy a near perfect music reproduction, without distractions, to and from their destinations. Along with the headphones, TUMI also included interchangeable headbands in black ballistic nylon, black leather, and brown leather, along with a travel tote and 3-piece cable set. Retails at around US$ 395, the TUMI Headphones by Monster is now available for pre-order on TUMI’s online store.