Dec 19, 2019
No. Hard no. Fantastic sound for chilln n great for commutes. Not sweat proof, no rubber components for grip, and they're on ear headphones so theyre going to get uncomfortable after a while resting on your ear.
I'll half agree with Mihr on this. They soak up sweat, so I wouldn't recommend it. I think the default band does have enough clamp to stay on your head (depending on how violently you run).
Dec 18, 2019
I seem to be the odd man out, but I could not wear these running. They are great for just chilling but I find myself frequently having to readjust them just when I'm moving around the house doing chores.
Dec 18, 2019
After every mid to (relatively) high end in-ear monitors over years (including short-circuited SE530s and Westone W4s), I finally found my perfect running headphones. I'll skip the sound quality. That's well-known and well-discussed. I roadrun 30-35 miles a week with these phones. These phones adhere firmly and with no motion. They are firm enough to my ear to be plenty loud even in city running. At the same time, and here is the miracle, the allow me to hear my environment to keep me safe. There is no doubt that these are the perfect running phones.
Dec 17, 2019
They are, and I second the use of Yaxi pads - much more comfortable for longer periods and I also feel they sound better, but that could be down to expecting to hear a difference after reading about them before I ordered some.
Dec 10, 2019
Yep, I recommend the yaxi pads for increased comfort and better sound.