After having earplugs (both wired and wireless) ripped out of my ears when the connecting cord wraps itself around something stationary when I'm not, I decided to try wireless headphones.
I'm familiar with SkullCandy and confident of their products' quality, so I had no concerns about their line. I opted to go with the Uproar because of their close-to-the-head design and sealed construction. I spend a lot of time crawling around my race car's innards and in that situation, smaller and tighter Sealed is better. The white style offered for the Uproar also shows any grease that gets on them quickly, which makes my wife happy.
Performance: these are well up to Skullcandy's quality standards, with all parts sealed internally and no external wires, open seams or screws showing. They are also comfortable so I've been able to wear them all day without my ears getting sore.
Their performance isn't quite up to audiophile standards with the most noticeable weakness being the weighted response toward the bass.
Before committing to them, I was a little concerned,about this but it turns out, I got used to the deep lows and subdued brightness of the highs very quickly and over time, those attributes have become transparent and largely non-issues. If I were able to put up with the distance the ear cups stand out, and concerned more with sound than ruggedness, I'd opt for the Hesh 2 and a flatter response, but for the quality and price, I'd say these are the best earphones you'll find.