Maybe buy Bose NC 700
EDIT: It's been some time, i got used to a lot of weird design choices. Though these headphones are still definetly an unpolished product. They are working on getting them to work better. Still i wouldn't recomend them rn, but maybe some day i'll. With the benefit of the hindsight, i can say that i was a bit too harsh on them.
Protip: Lower the earcups more than usually you would. They are designed to support most of their weight on sides of the skull, not on a headband.
If you were thinking about getting Bose 700s, think twice. They are a complete nightmare to use, uncomfortable, unreliable and the don't even sound that great. You might think, "well it can not be that bad" oh trust me it is. Software wise it couldn't be worse, even though they say they are connected to phone and like wise on screen no music is being played. When it finally connects to your phone and starts playing music and you, God forbid, would decise to listen to something on mac, then i hope you will enjoy pause every other second and clicking noise. Because that's whats gonna happen. You can't even properly reset the goddamn thing! Every time you reach support they'll tell you to follow the reset procedure which does sh*t. Hardware wise it's not better. The cups swivel in very unnatural direction, (outwards) and UI has never been tested by them probably since buttons are mostly useless. There are 1000 more things that are wrong with them but i don't want to waste more time than i have. You are basically paying like 400$ for an unfinished product.
GET BACK TO WORK BOSE.