Product Review: AfterShokz Aeropex (& Last Chance to Enter to Win Something Huge!)

Disclaimer: I received the AfterShokz Aeropex headphones to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador) at, and check out to review, find, and write race reviews!

When BibRave approached me with mention of two of my deep loves, I squealed with delight and shouted to my husband like a school girl. AfterShokz and Disney?! It’s a match made in heaven!

Y’all must know by now that AfterShokz bone-conduction headphones have thoroughly changed my running (and average-life) game. Here’s my Trekz Air review. This previous model, now referred to as just the Air, is amazing in its own right, and before testing the Aeropex, I couldn’t have imagined how AfterShokz could improve upon such bliss. I apologize in advance that I compare the Aeropex to the Air throughout this post, but it’s my only point of reference, and I hope it’ll be helpful.

So AfterShokz has outdone itself again by creating a mind-blowing, upgraded model. They tout the same bone-conduction tech so that you don’t have anything directly in your ears while using them. But wait—there’s so much more to these bad boys.

You’ll Hear Voices

My little family signed up for a YMCA membership in October, so I’ve been using the Y’s treadmills, taking Body Pump (holy ouch) and hot yoga (it a’int easy), and incorporating strength training (finally, cue the heavenly angels) into my running routine. When I first donned my Aeropex on the treadmill, I nearly fell over in shock. I kept looking behind me thinking that someone was trying to talk to me—the sound was that incredible. I don’t know what special sauce they put in this model, but oh-em-gee it’s simply astonishing.

According to their site, AfterShokz re-engineered the sound technology to deliver the widest dynamic stereo sound possible. This includes less vibration, deeper bass, and louder volume.

I’ve definitely noticed that the headphones do not vibrate nearly as much as my Air model, and the volume is definitely louder. On my dino-treadmill at home, sometimes I can’t hear my podcasts loudly enough using the Air, but I’ve had zero problems with the Aeropex model.

You’ll Charge (and Feel) Less

I received the Aeropex on November 25, 2019, and I did not have to charge the model until December 5. That’s insane! The Air should last about six hours before needing to be charged, and the Aeropex should last about eight hours.

One neat feature is the way the Aeropex charges. It uses a magnetic induction cable, while the Air uses a traditional micro USB.

Another advantage of the Aeropex is its weight. It only weighs twenty-six grams, while the Air weighs thirty grams. That might not sound like much of a difference, but coupled with the Aeropex’s different shape, I feel like it makes a world of difference.

You Shouldn’t Be Scared of Water

If you’ve read any of my previous race recaps or product reviews, then you know I sweat like a wilder beast in the Sahara. It’s not a pretty sight. If you’re not familiar, then go check out my first-time-yoga review here. It’s a hoot.

The Aeropex is waterproof (complete with an IP67 rating) and actually has a moister detector, while the Air does not. The Air is only water-resistant (IP55), so be aware of this as a fellow sweaty beast.

You Might Want to Take Note

Two other noticeable differences between the two are the price points and color options. The Aeropex model is $159.95, while the Air is $119.95. The Aeropex comes in black, gray, red, and blue, while the Air comes in gray, green, blue, and red.

BibRave Pro Reviews

As always, don’t just take my word for how incredible the AfterShokz Aeropex model is. Check out my fellow BibRave Pros’ reviews:

Now to the Fun Stuff

Check this out—AfterShokz is running a sweepstakes from now until 11:59 p.m. ET on 1/2/2020 to win a trip for two to the 2020 Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon! This amazing weekend is from November 5–8, 2020 and sounds like an experience of a lifetime.

If you win, you’ll receive the following:

Valued at $3,800:


(2) Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon, 10K, or 5K 2020 entries


Round-trip airfare and 2-night hotel accommodations for two at the Walt Disney World® Resort

(2) one-day theme park tickets with Park Hopper® option to Walt Disney World® Resort

Provided by AfterShokz



(1) Aeropex Endurance Bundle


(1) Adventure Pack
Including a Symmetry Phone Case, Amplify Glass, 20,000 mAh Power Pack, 36 oz Tumbler, 20oz Tumbler, and Hydration Lid


(1) Trailmix 12L Pack and SpeedDraw Plus Insulated Flask


(1) Performance Recovery Bundle
Including KT Performance+ Blister Prevention Tape, KT Performance+ Blister Treatment Patch, KT Performance+ Chafe Safe Gel Stick, KT Recovery+ Ice/Heat Wrap System, KT Recovery+ Timed release Pain Relief Gel, KT Tape Pro, KT Tape Extreme, and KT Tape Wide

Holy moly that’s a TON! For full details and to enter, go here. If you don’t win the sweepstakes, you can still get a discount here to save $50 off any wireless bundle.

And make sure that you follow AfterShokz on all-things social:
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Run on,

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