Buy these earbuds.
Spectacular sound when you consider the price. Heck, even if you don't consider the price they sound great. Then when you consider how much they cost, it's a no-brainer. The loose change between your couch cushions will pay for these.
I got them to use instead of an over-the-ear Audio Technica pair that was just becoming too much to wear because of their size. I use them to listen to music when I do loud activities, like chipping wood or breaking concrete. Partially to block the noise, but also to provide some "motivatinal" work music. They would get in the way of my hard-hat & other equipment, and as much as I like them, really are mipractifcal for the task. My iPhone earbuds just couldn't cut perofrming such a functin as they don't block outside sounds. These not only block outside sounds, they themselves sound phenominal. Nearly as good as the huge Audio Technica cans I was wearing. Plus, they're 1/10 the price of the AT & 1/3 the price of Apple's. The representative at the store told me that Skullcandy basically uses the same drivers n all their earbuds, so that whether $10 or $50 they'll sound almost identical. I can't vouch for that personally, but from what my ears are telling me, they say he could be telling the truth.
I don't have any problem with them slipping out, and while the cord is somewhat on the cheap side, it's good enough & better than some I've used. I used them on the phone, & people told me they sounded much better than my $100 bluetooth earbuds. Unless they break, or explode in my ear, or give me a terminal illness, I'm "sold" so far.
They come with two pair of foam ear cushions. Good thing, as I had to swap the ones on the earbuds for the larger ones included. Even the packaging makes sense. You don't have to get out sheet-metal cutters to get through the packaging, it's peforated at the back and the package is easily opened & the earbuds removed. DARN IT! Why doesn't more packaging work so simply?