By Tyler on August 28, 2014
Over the last few years, Beats by Dre headphones have become incredibly popular not just with the general public, but also with some of the biggest celebrities in the world. This genre of celebrities includes athletes, and these 15 high-profile athletes love to wear Beats by Dre headphones.
Neymar has featured in commercials for Beats by Dre, and he defied FIFA by wearing the headphones at the 2014 FIFA World Cup after they had been banned because of an agreement with Sony.
James was the first athlete to be endorsed by Beats, and he helped the company emerge from a startup to trend setter by wearing the brand in nearly every public appearance over the last few years.
Sherman was featured in a Beats commercial after his heroics in the 2014 NFL Playoffs, and he rewarded the Seattle Seahawks win in the Super Bowl by giving all players on the roster a pair of the headphones.
Bryant has been wearing Beats headphones for multiple years now, and he even owns a personalized pair of the headphones.
Pehlps led a parade of athletes who wore Beats headphones throughout the 2012 Summer Olympics, a level of exposure which helped the brand really explode in popularity.
Paul has been spotted on and off the court with Beats headphones, wearing both the earplugs and studio headphones.
Henry appeared in a Beats commercial prior to the 2014 World Cup, but his frequency being spotted in public wearing the headphones shows that his support for the brand is more than just for show.
Garnett was one of the first athletes to gain a full fledged television commercial from Beats, and the Brooklyn Nets star never gets off the team bus without the headphones on.
Rooney is the face of Manchester United, and he has been frequently spotted in red Beats headphones that resemble the team's colors.
Williams featured in the star studded Beats commercial that came out just prior to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and she has become the face of the headphones brand amongst tennis players.
McCutchen became the first MLB player to receive custom made Beats in June of 2013, and the Pittsburgh Pirates star has not stopped wearing the headphones ever since.
Kemp has been on the Beats bandwagon since starring in a commercial for the brand in 2012, and the Los Angeles Dodgers star even bought a pair of the headphones for each of his 24 teammates in 2013.
Kaepernick featured in a personalized Beats commercial in December of 2013, which momentarily made Seattle Seahawks fans hate the brand, but kicked off an undying level of loyalty to the headphones from the San Francisco 49ers quarterback.
Leroux is the most prominent USWNT soccer player to wear Beats headphones on a consistent basis, and she showed off her allegiance by appearing in the commercial that came out prior to the 2014 World Cup.
Ozil has been wearing Beats headphones since his days playing for Werder Bremen, meaning that his allegiance to the team has passed through three club teams and two different FIFA World Cup appearances.
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