Earplugs for water sports, that you can actually hear with.
There are plenty of earplugs out there that claim you can hear with them, but we've tried them all. From the off-the-shelf universal types, all the way up the custom earplugs, but none of them let you hear well - not even close to what you expect when you read that you'll be able to hear and carry on a conversation with them. Many of you know what we're talking about.
Even the plugs that do let you hear well at first (because they use a vent/hole to allow sound through), will relegate you to the constant flicking and banging on your ears to knock off the layer of water that adheres to the wall and covers the hole (lots of very sore ears over the years after sessions in the water). You may even need to pull out the plug and blow off the water to hear again. Then start all over again as soon as you get it wet again. This is not the way we'd like to spend our time in the water.
So we set out on a quest to resolve this issue, and while it proved to be quite challenging, after years of designing and testing numerous prototypes, we finally came up with a solution, and the resulting earplugs are awesome!
No bull or hype here - these will change your view of having to wear earplugs during your sport - and now they're available to you. You can even order these through your local audiologist, ENT, or hearing specialist.
The inability to hear with ear plugs in the ears, is the number one reason surfers and other water enthusiasts don't wear earplugs, and risk getting exostosis (also known as "surfer's ear"), which is a nasty and damaging abnormality. You do NOT want to risk getting exostosis - see our page on "Surfer's Ear" if you're not familiar with it - this is not the same thing as "swimmer's ear" - it's horrifically worse.
So check out our patent-pending technology/design info on the Technology page to see what makes these plugs work, and order yourself a pair today.
Experience the pleasure of being both protected and able to hear, while performing in your sport.