Gonzaga and UNC face off tonight for the NCAA Men’s basketball championship. Total Sports Blog in partnership with JBL and Under Armour are giving away one pair of the UA Sport Wireless Stephen Curry edition headphones (seen above). Read more on how to get your hands on this awesome headset!
The UA Sport Wireless Stephen Curry Edition headphone pairs JBL’s Signature Sound with Under Armour’s best-in-class standards for premium sport performance. The headphone is built for durability and features an IPX 5 rating built to withstand sweat and water. In addition, JBL’s Twistlock™ technology guarantees the headphone will never fall out while the Flexsoft™ finishing provides long-lasting comfort. The wireless headphone eliminates the distractions of headphone cables, meaning less hassle on the basketball court or pavement for a more focused workout every time.
The headphone highlights a black and yellow design, matching the new Curry 3 SC Camo shoe from Under Armour, announced last fall. The headphones retail for $149.95 and are available now for purchase at JBL.com/under-armour and UA.com, as well as at Best Buy.
UA Sport Wireless Stephen Curry Headphone Features:
- Better Fit for Athletes – Personalized fit with 15 possible combinations
- Bluetooth 4.0 – Compatible with most Bluetooth devices
- JBL Signature Sound with PureBass Performance
- Twistlock™ Technology – Never to fall out
- Three button mic with volume, music and call control
- IPX5 Sweat Proof with Nano-coating protection
- Up to eight hours of playback time
- 12-month MapMyRun® Premium membership
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Comment on our page with who you think will win the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, Gonzaga or UNC?
Limit 1 entry per person. One person who chooses the correct winner will be chosen at random to receive the JBL/Under Armour Steph Curry wireless headphones, a $149.95 value!
Good luck! The winner will be contacted on Facebook via Facebook Messenger.
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