Bose's Classic Noise-Canceling Cans Just Got a Colorful Redesign

Bose's noise-canceling headphones are an iconic staple worn by balding dudes in business classes everywhere. Finally, the company is updating its classic QuietComfort 15 headphones and ditching that stale grey design for something a little more attractive.

According to Bose, the $300 QuietComfort 25 headphones cancel more sound than before, and have improved active EQ too. The information is a little thin, but what really jumps out at you is the new look, which is sleeker and more modern. For $400, you'll be able to customize the look of the headphones with "a nearly limitless combination of colors."

The QuietComfort 25s are available today. The custom color ones will ship in November. We've always been fans of the Bose's QuietComfort line for their flat sound and comfortable fit. Still, in a world full of flashy headphones, they've always seemed pretty drab. It's nice to see Bose keeping up with the times, even if the new design remains pretty conservative. [Bose]