#EARTHPROOF is our standard
Athletes test their limits everywhere around the globe. So that's where we test our products. #EARTHPROOF
Renan Ozturk and Heather Larsen travel to the high desert outside Moab, Utah — one of those most unforgiving environments in the world — where Heather ascends the Fisher Towers and walks the 110 feet Kingfisher highline.
This challenging environment is the perfect place to test Jaybird's first waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, sweatproof true wireless headphones.
Photographers Keith Ladzinkski and Angie Payne meet up with kayaker Issy Soberanes in Veracruz, Mexico to document his attempt to paddle the Alseseca River, a known epicenter in the world of kayaking, in epic flood level conditions.
Issy navigates the river with skill and finesse few can match while putting Vista to the test. This high humidity, rain-soaked environment is the perfect place to challenge Vista, Jaybird's first waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, sweatproof true wireless headphones.
This is #EARTHPROOF
Vista is the only true wireless headphone that meets U.S. military MIL-STD 810G rugged compliant standards. Qualifying means passing repeated shock, vibration, drop, and crush tests, as well as withstanding extended exposure to tropical humidity, hurricane-force water, and desert sandstorm conditions. Why did we design Vista for these extreme conditions? Because athletes around the world face those conditions every day. Like you, Vista is #EARTHPROOF.
Vista's #EARTHPROOF capsule construction has been given the IPX7 fully-waterproof and sweatproof rating and is the only true wireless headphone that meets U.S. military MIL-STD 810G rugged compliant standards.
Humans sweat up to 2L per hour. Vista is designed to endure 24 hours of continuous exposure in a salt water environment.
Vista is made to function in a continuous high-humidity environment, like a rainforest. Or NYC in August.
Vista can withstand a rainstorm at 40mph. So yes, you should go for a run.
Dirt, sand, and dust break electronics with shocking efficiency. They don't break Vista.
150 drops from 48 inches, then we crush them under a steel plate. Vista is tough.