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  • Earplugs for motorcycle riding

    I'm new to the forum. A colleague recently told me about this community because I was asking him a lot about my bike and other things. Well, I'm not sure if hearing conservation is also a thing here in India but I need help finding something like this:



    I'm not sure if Big Ear is also available here in India so I just need help finding a business like them. They sell custom molded earplugs/hearing protection for motorcycle riding and I really hope there's a business like them near Bangalore. I've been using foam earplugs since I started riding my bike but they get dirty quick because I sweat a lot and last week my ear canals got irritated too.

    I used links to let you guys see what I'm talking about. I know most forums treat posting links as spams but the reason I joined the forum is to ask you guys about this. So I hope the Mods let this through.

    Thank you in advance and ride safely.
    Last edited by xBhp; 08-08-2019, 10:35 AM.

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    Re: Earplugs for motorcycle riding

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    • #3
      Hey!
      I just stumbled upon this thread. I use one pair of earplugs myself. It is the GUBBS silicon earplugs. Search this on Amazon you'll get a set of 2 at Rs. 70-80. I like them they work fine for the price. And the reduction in jarring sounds is significant.

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      • #4
        I just use regular (non motorcycle specific) HEAROS ear plugs. The ultimate softness ones are super comfortable & I've had them on for over 10 hr rides. They work everywhere you need ear plugs (eg on long haul flights as well). Amazon.in has them, https://www.amazon.in/s?k=hearos. They're cheap enough that you can toss them before they get dirty.

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        • #5
          I got the "No noise" earplugs recently. Works great. Much better than those 3M earplugs where you can't hear most sounds.
          2013-17: Yamaha FZ 16
          2019-Present: 2018 Honda CBR 250R

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