Pass Google Translate over the iWalk product page and apparently the headphones are "in Europe and America Popularity Boiling." Well, yes—and no, as Edmund Blackadder might have said. I can see the point of these first- and second-gen nano-compatible foldable headphones—namely that they're useful if you like to iJog or iKeep Fit—but I can also see the cons.
You're jogging, nano on shuffle while you accelerate smoothly to ZZ Top's Sharp Dressed Man, muscles rippling beneath your ManTights, liking the fact that that's the third day on the trot that the hot park attendant has followed your streaking form with his—sorry, her—unashamed gaze. And then suddenly it's out with ver Top and in with Glenn Medeiros's Nothing's Gonna Change My Love, the song that you made out to with
that pottery teacher from eighth grade in your dreams your high-school sweetheart.
To bump the shuffle on, you take off the cans and fiddle around. That puts you off your stroke, hot girl realises you are a secret Glenn Medeiros fan and it's all over bar the pointing and sniggering. A solution might be remote control—but that will mean ruining the line of your ManTights. The iWalk costs around $60—that's $40 more than these ones.
A Foldable Headphone for your iPod Nano [Coolest Gadgets]