Surfing Ear Plugs

For many in New Zealand surfing is a way of life. Unfortunately prolonged exposure to cool ocean waters can lead to serious problems for your ears. Surfers Ear (Exostosis) develops when the ear canal endures prolonged exposure to cool or cold water. To avoid developing Surfers Ear, it's important to employ protection. Ear plugs for surfing provide the perfect solution.

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The distinct features of surfing ear plugs include a low NRR decibel rating so you can still hear your environment and fellow surfers, as well as a water tight seal to prevent water entering in the ear. Furthermore, surfing ear plugs are cleverly designed so that they stay in place even after wiping out. For those on a budget or new to surfing, you don't have to commit to a speciality surfing ear plug right away. Ear Plugs for Swimming work well for surfing too; just make sure you bring a few spare.

Surfing Ear Plugs

For many in New Zealand, surfing is one of the most important aspects of their lives, and while surfing is a fun activity with great health benefits, without surfing ear plugs, it can cause damage to your ears. Since the potential damage is serious and long-term, it's important to employ surfing ear protection.

Luckily, Earjobs offers the perfect solution: ear plugs for surfing. These surfing ear plugs are ideal for those who want to take the proper precautions, as they are specifically designed to stay in your ear and maintain a waterproof seal, even after wiping out. While ear plugs for swimming can also work, they're more likely to fall out when wiping out.

Why Should I Wear Ear Plugs For Surfing?

Unfortunately for keen surfers, prolonged exposure to cool ocean water can lead to exostosis, also known as surfer's ear. Surfer's ear is a serious condition that occurs when prolonged exposure to cool or cold water causes bones to grow abnormally within the ear. These growths can lead to wax build-up and infections, which can cause hearing loss.

Ear plugs for surfers create a waterproof seal that prevents your ears from coming into contact with water, removing the conditions that enable the development of the surfer's ear.

How Do Surfing Ear Plugs Work?

Surfing earplugs are typically made from a silicone material that, once inserted, moulds to the shape of your ear. This creates a seal and prevents water from entering your ear, protecting you from any potential damage.

Start Employing Surfing Ear Protection Today

Ear plugs for surfing are an essential piece of kit, so don't compromise your health. Check out Earjobs' range of the best surfing ear plugs today.