Tangled wires are a thing of the past. And, sure, there’s a gamut of Bluetooth earbuds and on-ear headphones on the market, but a lot of them are rickety and sit loosely, letting the sound escape. If they sit nicely, they’ll probably cost you an arm and a leg.

The House of Marley Rebel BT headphones, however, boast an affordable price tag ($70—a fraction of the cost of most Bluetooth headphones) without sacrificing comfort or performance. With these, you’ll get eight hours of continuous wireless play that streams through the blended bio-plastic ear housings with some seriously cushioning pads. They’re rechargeable if you blow through the day, and come equipped with a cord if you need to plug in to listen. Engineered to deliver all genres of music with ultimate sonic clarity, they exude as much energy, inflection and attitude as original performances—whether they’re emanating the rawness of a live concert or the nuances of a studio track. Flip through your playlist or turn it up right from the headphones.

And feel confident knowing you’re not another wanna-be hipster listening to mixtapes through headphones worth hundreds, donning a thrift-store t-shirt that cost you nothing.