NoNoise Earplugs for Shooting & Hunting Sport Hearing Protection
Extra safety at the shooting range.
NoNoise™ hearing protectors are the ideal ear plugs to wear in combination with sound-attenuating ear muffs while shooting. Plus, there is no need to remove them when you’re done – leave the hearing protectors in place while you’re near the shooting range, and you’ll get protection from background noise while easily communicating with others.
For 25 years, the best choice for hunting and shooting sports enthusiasts.
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 earplugs can be worn comfortably all day and will fit most adults, adolescents, and many children.
Nonoise™ earplugs. Designed specifically for shooting and hunting sports.
- Reduces harmful gunfire noise
- Conversation and nature sounds clearly audible
- Enhances shooting safety
- Low-profile design fits under helmets, headphones & masks
- The only earplug with a ceramic* acoustic filter
- Long-life durability, even with daily use
- Filters out only what you don’t want to hear
- Lowest distortion, most effective attenuation
Listen to the NoNoise difference
Shooting activities can produce noise levels up to 150dB, yet permanent hearing damage can begin at just 85dB. So it is essential to always use adequate hearing protection. NoNoise™ hearing protectors are precisely tuned for shooting and hunting sports, providing optimal protection at the sound frequencies experienced with gunfire. The independently measured mean sound attenuation (EN352-2-2002) is 29.5 dB at the higher (most damaging) 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