Earplugs: they protect you against surfer's ear

The new Seals Balance Pro by EQ earplugs allow surfers to protect their ears and hear everything when wearing them.

When spring and summer start, everyone surfs more often. Also, all-year-round surfers are more exposed to severe ear injuries, such as the surfer's ear (Exostosis) and swimmer's ear (Otitis).

This problem can be developed after 3000 hours of cold water surfing. Neoprene hoodies and ear plugs are the best way to avoid surgery.

The new Seals Balance Pro by EQ earplugs feature a new membrane specifically designed for sports in extreme conditions. The plug is breathable and allows surfers to hear and keep balance while riding waves.

Made from medical grade, hypoallergenic silicone and molded with 300% elasticity, the Seals Balance Pro by EQ earplugs are designed to fit 95 percent of ear canals over the age of 12 and are perfect for surfing, water skiing, snowboarding, and swimming down to a depth of three meters.

They are 100 percent waterproof and windproof, and are now hand-fitted with a breathable membrane that allows air to circulate freely in the ear canal, which maintains regular hearing and balance.

The Seals Balance Pro by EQ earplugs can withstand temperatures from -10°C to 60°C.

Learn how to prevent and protect from the surfer's ear.

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