Jabra is getting all tough with its launch of the Jabra Sport which makes use of full military-grade protection - just what you need on your morning jog.

The Jabra Sport comes in two different forms: a wireless and corder version; each coming with some smart functionality.

Both earphones have built-in FM radio, A2DP technology, and powerful bass performance, the Jabra Sport also easy-to-use controls and a wind-shielded microphone. Physical protection is offered up by US Military Standard rain, dust and shock resistant certification, ensuring that come rain or shine you'll still be able to get your work out in - so no more excuses when it's a bit drizzly outside.

The ergonomic behind-the-ear design, as well as three different pairs of eargels, ensures that the Jabra Sport has both a secure and comfortable fit. Whilst there's also a free download of Endomondo Sports Tracker app, a fitness tracking application for smartphones that functions as a motivational tool for running, giving quick updates on speed, distance, and lap time.

The Jabra Sport Bluetooth stereo headset is available for $99 and the Jabra Sport-corded option retails for $69. Jabra Sport Bluetooth will be available at Apple, Sprint and T-Mobile stores in the US. Both products will be available on Amazon.com in September.