The Logitech G Pro gaming headset has a slick and industrial design, pairing smooth curves with hard angles and visible steel. In terms of shape, the Logitech G Pro gaming headset is a bit similar to the Logitech G433, but they differ by the fact that the former doesn’t have a rough fabric finish but a padded faux leather instead. There’s also an extra pair of microsuede ear pads in the box. Unlike other gaming headsets, with a lot of frills and gimmicks for show, the Logitech G Pro gaming headset is pretty simple but is a favorite choice of no nonsense gamers.
Meanwhile, the headband is made of a flexible, semi-rough nylon that feels durable. It is flexible enough to fit larger heads, especially with its long sliders. Speaking of sliders, the stainless steel sliders are designed to make remembering the fit easily, with a good influence on sizing. In short, the Logitech G Pro gaming headset feels like a tough and well-built headset designed to handle rage quit or occasional accidents.
The mic of the Logitech G Pro gaming headset falls on the subtle side, oozing a low-key player aesthetic with a collaboration of excellent build quality. There’s a small pop filter on the end of the mic and the arm features a highly flexible metal that makes positioning the gear easy and hassle-free.
If anything, the in-line controls of the Logitech G Pro gaming headset poses a slight drawback. They are a bit high up on the cable, and although it has a volume wheel and a mute switch, the shirt clip is tiny and poses little to no influence unless a player is wearing a breast pocket with a thin hem. It’s a good thing that the braided cable doesn’t let in too much noise, making up for the smallness of the inline controls.