Skiers and snowboarders listen up, this is for you. Outdoor tech has just announced the availability of the CHIPS, a wireless drop-in audio system that works universally in all helmets with audio ready liners. You can finally listen to your music or take a quick call free of cords, with your phone in your pocket and your gloves on your hands. Finally eh?
The patent pending control interface is simple to use and has no exposed buttons. All you do is tap the tactile buttons from the exterior of the helmet liner to control volume, track skipping, and play/pause and answer calls.
“The Chips are a game changer for on snow audio and maybe the most exciting product development so far for us,” says said Caro Krissman, Founder and CEO. “Super simple interface, awesome sound, totally discrete and no wires, the snow world is fired-up for the Chips.”
Big bass, clear highs, clean sound.
The Chips come equipped with some of the best Hi-Fi sound in the business. You may not want to take your helmet off, ever.
The sky is the limit.
The Chips are the first of their kind, a game-changer, if you will. They’re one-of-a-kind, the Dennis Rodman of helmet audio, except, you know, functional, good-looking and innovative.
Details, details, details.
Outdoor Tech’s Chips are available for $129.95 MSRP at specialty snow stores throughout the US and Canada, select Dicks Sporting Goods, Sports Authority, and Eastern Mountain Sports, all Sport Chalets and online at Backcountry.com and OutdoorTech.com.
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