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Alpine PartyPlug Sleepsoft plugs has been added to your shopping cart
SleepSoft earplugs muffle disturbing sounds, therefore falling asleep will be easier and they prevent from waking up too easy. You will still be able to hear some of your surroundings, for example you’ll still be able to hear your alarm or your kids.
Alpine WorkSafe ear plugs has been added to your shopping cart
The special acoustic filters in WorkSafe earplugs provide extra noise attenuation that blocks all harmful noise generated by machinery. You still can keep talking to your workmate. Alarm sounds also remain audible.
Alpine PartyPlug ear plugs has been added to your shopping cart
Protects up to 25 dB. The high quality acoustic filters in PartyPlugs hearing protection reduce the volume of music to a safe level. By wearing PartyPlug earplugs when you go out, you prevent that irritating high pitch noise in your ears.
Alpine Muffy Baby Hearing Protection - Pink band (with extra gray band) has been added to your shopping cart
Protect your baby or toddler’s ears with the Alpine Muffy Baby. The Alpine Muffy Baby ear protector prevents damage to even the smallest ears. For example, for parties, outings, festivals, fairs, fireworks and car and motorcycle races.
Alpine SwimSafe Earplugs has been added to your shopping cart
The special acoustic filters in SwimSafe earplugs ensure that all ambient sounds remain as audible as possible. The shape of the hearing protection prevents water getting into your ears.
Alpine FlyFit Earplugs has been added to your shopping cart
Wearing FlyFit earplugs during flying regulates troublesome pressure on the eardrums during takeoff and landing. The filters operate like valves
Alpine Pluggies Kids has been added to your shopping cart
Alpine Pluggies Kids earplugs are recommended for children between the age of 3 and 12, as they often have a smaller ear canal than adults. You can use Alpine Pluggies Kids in a wide range of situations and applications.
Alpine MotoSafe Earplugs has been added to your shopping cart
Motor and wind noise are damaging for the hearing. From a speed of 100 km per hour a motorcyclist is exposed to noise that exceeds 90 decibel. Noise above 80 decibels will irrevocably lead to hearing damage. Wind noise is a big problem for motorcyclists.