House of Marley is kind of late in the game, but here it is anyways, the brand’s first true wireless earbuds, called Liberate Air. Liberate Air has quite something to shout about. For starter, it boasts a longer-than-average onboard battery life of 9 hours and a total of 32 hours of on-the-go listening when use with the included charging case. Plus, it smashes the design convention by being an eco-conscious alternative in a plastic-driven market. In other words, House of Marley Liberate Air True Wireless Earbuds is made of truly sustainable materials.

House of Marley Liberate Air True Wireless Earbuds

It is crafted using a combination of bamboo, natural wood fiber composite made from sawdust, recyclable aluminum and REWIND fabric composed of recycled plastic bottles. Sustainability does not stop at the materials. The sales of the Liberate Air will also contribute to House of Marley’s Project Marley environmental give-back platform with aim of global reforestation which the brand has planted 186,000 trees so far.

House of Marley Liberate Air True Wireless Earbuds

As for the earbuds itself, it also boasts a few other nifty features, including tap control for easy music control, taking calls and trigger your favorite voice assistant, ability to use each earbud independently (mono mode) to conserve battery life, interchangeable recycled silicone eartips, IPX4 rating for sweat and weather resistance, stereo voice commutations for crystal calls, and USB-C charging.

House of Marley Liberate Air True Wireless Earbuds is available now for $149.99. It can be found on House of Marley website, Amazon as well as select retailers. Note: for some reason, it is being listed at $169.99 on Amazon and so, given the choice, you probably want to buy from House of Marley website instead.

All images courtesy of House of Marley.

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