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SwimEars

Developed by Finis in collaboration with Dave Scott (6 times Ironman World Champion), SwimEars earplugs let sound in and keep water out. If you spend a lot of time in the water swimming, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, jet skiing, kitesurfing, or doing any other water activity, protecting your ears is essential to avoid ear inflammation (swimmerŽs ear) and bone growth in the ear canal (surferŽs ear). The problem with most traditional earplugs is that they affect your hearing. SwimEars are without a doubt one of the most revolutionary products in the industry, they are light, easy to use, always stay in and you can still hear your coach or fellow swimmers while in and out of the water! You can even customize the plugs to fit perfectly in your ears, ensuring great comfort, seal and fixation. The included leash attachment is also another great feature, you no longer have to worry about loosing an earplug while in the water. watch the video below

Available in Europe here




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