Skullcandy and Doritos Announce Joint 4/20 Collaboration

Limited-edition 4/20 Nacho Cheese ‘Buds’ are available now.

License Global

April 12, 2022

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Skullcandy, maker of stereo headphones and wireless earbuds, has announced a collaboration with Doritos in honor of 4/20. The limited-edition drop reimagines Skullcandy Dime true wireless earbuds, with the pocket-sized offering taking on a nacho cheese aesthetic reminiscent of a Doritos chip. The first 100 customers to snag a pair of the exclusive buds will receive a limited-edition Skullcandy x Doritos dust tray. The collaboration rolled out exclusively on 

"It's no secret, there's a more intense hunger for snacks and tracks on what has become a legitimately recognized cultural holiday, and we're stoked to be feeding that," says Jessica Klodnicki, chief marketing officer, Skullcandy. "Skullcandy and Doritos are proud to support those who are boldly themselves. We're excited for 4/20 enthusiasts to pop in their buds, sink into the couch and get lost in the music." 

Each package of the 4/20 Skullcandy x Doritos Dime true wireless buds is hand-numbered for exclusivity and features the unmistakable Doritos Nacho Cheese print in blazing Doritos Orange or Doritos Red colorways.  

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