The headband is coated with a fabric mesh and lined with a thin but squishy lining of cushion.
The headband is adjustable and should give enough length for the majority of people.
The earcups can rotate on the spot and are lined with a thick cushioning coated with a good quality leather/pleather, though the opening looks too small to be fully circumaural which is a shame as it looks as though it is intended to be as such.
It seems like the number of modular headsets is diminishing lately, and this is no exception, though the cable is braided and seems strong and good quality. The microphone is fully retractable.
The Kraken 7.1 Chroma can fold for storage, though no case is included and the earcups being as thick as they are, it doesn't really do a good job at folding... though it may be handy for some.
The Kraken 7.1 Chroma gaming headset with microphone extended.
The microphone has a small button on the tip which mutes the microphone and turns on a red LED to indicated that the microphone has been muted.