Master and Dynamic’s New Headphones Provide the Perfect Urban Camouflage

When you’re commuting to work or caught in the hustle-and-bustle of downtown, sometimes you just want to tune it all out. Master and Dynamic can help you out — the noted New York-based audio company just released three new headphones with top-notch sound quality and stylish colors that look at home in the city or the great outdoors.

Our brother site, Digital Trends, sums it up perfectly: “The Greene Street Collection adds two new colorways to three existing sets of Master and Dynamic headphones: The noise-isolating MH40 (olive and camo), the excellent MW50 (olive and black), and the top-tier MW60 (olive and camo). The associated campaign, A World Apart … features a character in a full ghillie suit traipsing through New York City, bringing a decidedly military/hunting aesthetic to the urban jungle.”

The fabric on the bands is premium cowhide, but your ears will enjoy lambskin on the cups. While all three pairs — the MH40, the MW50, and the MW60 — have a similar aesthetic, they have distinctly different functionalities: the MW50 ($449) and the MW60 ($549) are wireless, but the MH40 ($399) still has trusty cables. Keep in mind that the brand also offers these same headphones in a variety of colors, including black, silver, and blue.

Interested in a pair? Those of you in the Big Apple can hop on over to Master and Dynamic’s first-ever retail location. This convenient pop-up shop in the SoHo neighbor will open just in time for Black Friday (November 24) and run through the end of the year.

While relatively new — Master and Dynamic only hit the scene in 2014 — the young company has already branched out from headphones to home speakers. You can check out a review of the MA770, the brand’s wireless speaker, over at Digital Trends (or, if you’re in the market for something flashier, these Klipsch speakers might do the trick).

A version of this article originally ran on our brother site, Digital Trends.
Feature image courtesy of Master and Dynamic/Facebook.