Have an even more relaxed motorcycle ride! With the Alpine MotoSafe Pro earplugs you don’t have a ring or buzz in your ears after a long ride. They also prevent hearing damage and fatigue from wind noise. Did you know that at an average speed of 74 miles per hour, the volume is 98 decibels? This means that after just 7 minutes you already risk permanently damaging your hearing. You will also become tired more easily, due to which you are less focused in traffic. To avoid this, Alpine has developed the perfect hearing protection for all types of motorcyclists.
The MotoSafe Pro earplugs attenuate harmful noises without giving a sense of isolation. Traffic, navigation, intercom and the motorcycle itself remain sufficiently audible, thanks to the innovative AlpineAcousticFilters™. The Alpine MotoSafe Pro consists of two complete sets of motorcycle earplugs. One set of MotoSafe Tour earplugs with medium attenuation and one set of MotoSafe Race earplugs with heavy attenuation. The MotoSafe Tour earplugs are ideal for example for tours, holidays and on the highway. The MotoSafe Race earplugs are ideal for on the highway, the circuit or with an open helmet. Ideal for different uses and choosing the attenuation level yourself.
Unique Material for The Most Comfort
Alpine MotoSafe earplugs have a perfect fit. This is because they are made of durable and flexible AlpineThermoShape™ material. The warmth of the ear allows the soft material to mold to the ear canal. Alpine MotoSafe earplugs are also the only ones on the market with soft filters. As a result, they are also very comfortable under a helmet. AlpineThermoShape™ material contains no silicones. For this reason, the earplugs do not sweat, itch or irritate. You can wear them all day without any problems.
With Handy Travel Pouch
The Alpine MotoSafe Pro earplugs include a handy travel pouch. Simply add it to your keyring, so you always have your earplugs at hand.
Special Instructions: When this device is worn as directed, the level of noise entering a person’s ear is approximated by the differences between the A-weighted environmental noise level and the lesser and greater NRRs. Caution: For predominantly low frequency noise environments in which the difference in the measured C-weighted and A-weighted noise levels (dBCdBA) exceeds 3 dB, the user is directed to the enclosed graph of the variability of noise reduction with noise spectra to determine the level of