NoNoise Earplugs for Motorsports Hearing Protection
Premium quality, industrial grade hearing protectors specially tuned for motorsports. These ear plugs effectively filter out dangerous levels of wind noise and road noise. Telephone, navigation, music and intercom remain clearly audible, without a ‘blocked ears’ (occlusion) effect. They fit comfortably, even under your helmet, and help you arrive safely at your destination with less fatigue and a more relaxed, enjoyable ride.
The best choice for motorcyclists for 25 years.
More and more insurance companies are critically eyeing the use of hearing protection on motorcycles, because ear plugs that attenuate all sound can cut you off from your direct environment. It’s crucial to use ear plugs with a high quality sound filter, to ensure you’re tuned in to your surroundings and can quickly analyze traffic situations.
The innovative NoNoise™ hearing protectors were created by a prominent European expert who has been developing and producing professional hearing protectors for many years. The patented ceramic acoustic filter and hypoallergenic, silicone-free SoftFit-Thermoplastic plugs ensure maximum hearing protection and wearer comfort. These ear plugs can be worn comfortably all day and will fit most adults.
Nonoise™ ear plugs. Designed specifically for riders.
- The only ear plug with a ceramic* filter
- Natural and clear sound reproduction
- Filters out only what you don’t want to hear
- Lowest distortion, most effective attenuation
- Long life durability, even with daily use
Listen to the NoNoise difference
Wind noise on a motorcycle or scooter is not only distracting, but can also be harmful to your health. Sounds above 85 dB can cause permanent hearing damage and wind noise for riders can easily reach levels up to 105 dB.
NoNoise™ Motorsport hearing protectors are precision tuned for optimal attenuation at the sound frequencies experienced by motorcyclists. The independently measured attenuation value (EN352-2-2002) is 29.6 dB at higher (the most harmful) frequencies.
All data in decibels (dB)
M = Mean attenuation; S = Standard deviation; APV = Assumed protection value;
SNR = Single number rating; H M L = Value in high medium and low frequency spectrum