Motorcycle riding and hearing loss

Dustin

Moderator
I bought a box of 200 Laser Lite earplugs at my local tool & supply store for something like $25. They've lasted me a couple years already and I can't see the bottom of the box yet :)
 

jared p

Member
ive bought the 33db rated foam disposable from walmart, packs of 20 for cheap, works well. started riding with plugs years ago after reading similar articles, if i'm riding more than 5 minutes, i always wear ear plugs now, makes a huge difference and i'm hoping damage done from prior years riding will be minimal when i'm older
 

Dicko

Active Member
Every time I go onsite for work I fill my pockets with earplugs. I also have a friend who has boxes of ear plugs on his work truck who tops me up if need be. I don't use them commuting around town (I like to be able to hear the cars around me) but on rides out of town I always put them in, especially on the Naked FZ1.
 

Sammo115

New Member
Ive always just listen to music as I ride. Or you can just use those ear bud headphones but not listen to anything
 

Erci

New Member
I bought a box of 200 Laser Lite earplugs at my local tool & supply store for something like $25. They've lasted me a couple years already and I can't see the bottom of the box yet :)
Another vote for Laster Lites. Ear canals vary in depth and girth.. you may need to try a bunch to find the ones that work best for you. Laster Lites are super soft and expand quite a bit. I've used some not-so-soft plugs before which caused pretty bad ear pain on longer rides.

I got my Laster Lites from Amazon.. something like $20 for 100 count
 
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