Yatra Music Muffs are Furry Foul Weather Friends

The temperatures outside may be decreasing, but the use of our devices does not wane. Thankfully, Yatra has launched its Music Muffs line of stylish over-the-ear headphones to extend your device usage will into the winter season.

Yatra Music Muffs/Image courtesy Yatra

Yatra Music Muffs/Image courtesy Yatra

On the outside of the Yatra Music Muffs is a choice of fashionable style and design while inside is audio technology that allows for maximum listening enjoyment while also begin able to pull double duty for phone conversations.

The Music Muffs feature a soft, premium faux fur along with knitted sweater-like fabric in choice of patterns and colors. They connect to your device via a durable nylon braided cable with 3.5mm plug and inline switch for answering calls, adjusting volume, and shuffling music.

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We auditioned the Music Muffs recently on a brisk autumn morning before the grandkids’ soccer games and I found them to actually get my ears too warm. They do not irritate at all and warm your ears quickly. I was worried they would tickle a little but found that not to be the case. The audio is crisp and clear with good high and low-frequency reproduction and the controls work perfectly. The headband offers a comfortable, adjustable fit.

This is the perfect gift for the holidays and I would even suggest making Music Muffs an early present for family or friends. MSRP is $39.99 and can be found at www.ShopYatra.com as well as some of your favorite retail outlets.


Source: Yatra Music Muffs review sample provided by manufacturer

What I Like: Stylish; warms quickly (with no tickle); comfortable; good sound reproduction

What Needs Improvement: Perhaps some more “manly” styles

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About the Author

David Goodspeed
David was editor of AutoworldToday at Today Newspapers in the Dallas suburbs until its closing in 2009. He was also webmaster and photographer/videographer. He got started doing photography for the newspaper while working as a firefighter/paramedic in one of his towns, and began working for the newspaper group full-time in 1992. David entered automotive journalism in 1998 and became AutoworldToday editor in 2002. On the average, he drives some 100 new vehicles each year. He enjoys the great outdoors and as an avid fly fisherman, as is his spouse Tish. He especially enjoys nature photography and is inspired by the works of Ansel Adams.