It doesn’t take much to damage your hearing. If you’re not wearing hearing protection, there’s the possibility of hearing damage after exposure to sounds of 85 decibels or more. And given that concerts, parties, nightclubs and sporting events usually reach upwards of 90 decibels, hearing damage can set in pretty quickly if you’re not careful.
That’s why it’s a good idea to wear earplugs for live music concerts, stadium sports, and other big events. You can keep going to all the events you love – and when you protect your hearing, you’ll be able to keep enjoying them for even longer.
When you think of earplugs, you might imagine traditional foam ones which block out all sounds. What’s the point in wearing those to events when you want to hear everything that’s happening?
Loop Earplugs are different. They’re designed to filter sound waves rather than block them out, so you can still get the full experience – just at a lower volume.
Loop Experience offer up to 18 decibels of filtered noise reduction, making them the perfect companion for any event. You can even get a further 5 dB of protection if you opt for the Loop Experience Plus.
Or opt for the Loop Engage, made to take the edge off in noisy situations. Stadiums, concerts and parties can be busy and stressful as well as loud. Loop Engage are ideal if you feel overwhelmed in busy places, offering up to 16 decibels of noise reduction (or a further 5dB with the Loop Engage Plus). They have a specially designed filter to help you sound more natural when speaking, reducing the occlusion effect and helping you to stay engaged.
Both types of earplugs come with a selection of ear tip sizes so you can get the perfect fit for you, and the ear tips are made from super soft silicone for all-day comfort. So no matter how much extra time in the game, or how long you’re out partying for, they’ll feel great to wear.
And they’ll look good too, with a choice of colors to suit every style. And when you’re not wearing them? Just pop them in the handy, durable carry case, ready to reuse them when you’re at your next event.