If you want durable I recommend a headphone with some expense. A wire you can plugin and out from both sides (aux to aux). Just in case the wire breaks you can replace that at low cost. Something that is really flexible so it won't reshapen from having it for a long time on your head.
Audio Technica ATH-M50x or the more expensive Sony h.ear. I personally own M50x's and damn they sound good and I throw them without carrying case into bags or use them in the car or plane, which can happen that I hit it against glass or plastic / metal wall. They survived it excellently. Still on my first cable and I drove over them A LOT with my chair before I just rolled them up and put them away. But for durability and sound I'd recommend M50x. Sony h.ear has some very nice reviews as well but I don't know how they cope with durability.