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fashion and tech is all the rage right now, with Google and Levi hooking up for Project Jacquard and Converse building a guitar pedal into their Chuck Taylor’s, we thought we’d seen it all, but now LA-based start-up The Zungle Panther have developed a range of sunglasses with built-in speakers. Using bone-conduction technology and Bluetooth audio playback they’ve created shades that allow you to listen to music and make phone calls without needing an ear piece; transmitting sound waves to your skull using vibrations.

The frames come in 5 colours with replaceable lens’ and after already reaching their kick starter target, you can expect to bag a pair for only $109 – isn’t that music to your ears?