- Signature Bose warm sound
- Weather and sweat resistant
- Good comfort and fit
- Bad noise isolation
The Bose SoundSport keep that signature warm Bose sound with their earbuds, but it may be difficult to hear a lot of your music due to their lack of noise cancellation. The SoundSports are better suited for those who live in quiet areas.
The Bose SoundSport in-ear headphones received positive reviews for their weather and sweat resistant build, their full and warm bass and their comfort, sitting effortlessly in the ears without feeling like they are jammed in. They also provide the warm sound that is associated with Bose, keeping most happy with their purchase. The price was, however, a bit high for some, with users expecting a better overall sound quality for the price and not just a good low end. The noise isolation was also very minimal, with some reporting a lot of external ambient noise disrupting their listening experience. The Bose SoundSport may be a tad expensive, but their overall comfort and lightweight build are great for active users who looking for minimal irritation from an in-ear headphone set.