Sound Without Boundaries.
Like many great brands, Skullcandy was born out of a problem. Our founder, Rick Alden, was riding a chairlift in Park City, Utah. He was listening to music, but needed to take a call. Of course, technology at the time made it impossible to switch from his music player to his phone. So Rick decided that the world needed a better solution. He'd start a company that would not only make a better headphone, but also make it fit the snowboarding style. That was the moment when Skullcandy became the original audio lifestyle brand. And we've never looked back.
Skullcandy wasn’t founded in some corporate office. We were born on a chairlift in Park City, Utah. Even our name defies convention. To stay true to our core, we can’t settle for easy or obvious. Everything we do should challenge the status quo.
Being a challenger brand runs deep in our DNA. That’s the match that lights the fire and stokes everything we create. We dare you to underestimate us. Every single one of us makes Skullcandy an incredible place to work. We always put our minds together and go after solutions as a collective. Together, we’re a force to be reckoned with.
Working here should be as much of a lifestyle as a job. We don’t believe in “office hours” or some imaginary line between work and fun. So take a powder morning, or a halfpipe break. Leave early to go for a run. Whatever. We expect you to do your job exceptionally; when and how you do it is up to you.