Bose is well-known for high-quality audio equipment. Not so much for style, unless you dig the plain, minimalist look (and hey, if you do, nothing wrong with that). ColorWare is aiming to change that, giving the Bose QuietComfort 15 Headphones a vibrant splash of color. Better yet, you decide what the finished product looks like.
ColorWare has split the headphones up into eight separate elements that can be colored independently. With 46 colors to choose from, that’s an awfully large number of potential color combinations. You can also choose between matte and gloss finishes.
Just because those Bose headphones are top-notch at noise cancelling doesn’t mean they need to cancel out good fashion. To get a pair of these specially stylized Bose QuietComfort 15 Headphones, you need to purchase both the headphones and the paint job from ColorWare, which will run you $550 on ColorWare’s website.