We decided to leave ear infections and medical conditions like surfer’s ear behind.
SurfEars® protects your ears from water, cold air, dirt & bacteria while maximizing hearing and balance.
SurfEars® let’s so much sound through it’s easy to forget you’re wearing ear protection.
Independent tests show that SurfEars® have far superior performance compared to similar products on the market. SurfEars® show close to zero acoustic loss in the frequency range of human speech while the best competitor cuts away about 20-30dB.
To give you a reference, 30dB is roughly the difference between the loudest and lowest volume setting on your smartphone.
That’s a pretty big difference in performance!
“This past weekend I took no less than a dozen icy waves on the head and my ears stayed dry and the plugs remained comfortably in place. In between repeated submersions, conversations with fellow surfers was so easy it was almost like not wearing ear plugs at all.”
Stett Holbrook, Makezine.com – USA (Full review HERE)
“Finally a set of earplugs that actually work. I’ve been testing these out the past few weeks and can actually hear in the water! If you surf in cool to cold water these are the plugs you want, unless you want surgery.”
Nick Lavecchia, Surf Photographer – USA
“I spend a lot of time in the ocean and have had my fair share of issues with my ears over the years. I was recently approached by SurfEars to test their new ear protection and I am stoked with the results. So much so, I am proud to say I am an ambassador for their products.”
Warren Keelan, Ocean Photographer – Australia
“I think SurfEars are surprisingly awesome! I’m really stoked with my new SurfEars plugs as surfing in Cornwall UK, it can get really cold and windy during autumn/winter time, now I don’t have to worry about getting surfers ear and I can definitely recommend these to any surfers!“
Celine Gehret, O’Neill teamrider – UK
“I had opportunity to use SurfEars plugs last month or so and they’re just awesome. Enough options for most people for customized fit and to be able to hear everything is another massive bonus.”
Timo Jarvinen, Surf photographer – Finland
“The dutch North Sea can be quite cold and I surf all year long. I forgot my Surfears one time and had to wear my old ones. Well I can tell you there was an major difference in what I could hear, I really missed my surfears!”
Maarten Verschure, Sports Medicine Physician and kitesurfer – Netherlands
“I was stoked that I could still hear when the SurfEars were in. I’m recovering from an injury so being able to hear right now is key for me. Great staying in the ear and great sound wise. I’m sure it will be ideal with a hood on too.”
Dee Ripoll, O’Neill teamrider – Scotland
“I have two perforated ear drums, causing lots of pain. But Thanks to these guys I’m back in the water and there are no more worries! So stoked! Thank you SurfEars!!!”
Siren Williams, Surfer, singer/songwriter – USA
“SurfEars has produced the best concept and design that I have seen. If you have ear dramas then get ya arse over and grab a set. You won’t be disappointed.”
Mark Crooker (Sticks photography), Surf photographer – Australia
_A pair of SurfEars®, size M
_Two support wings, size S
_Two sealing gels, size S
_Two sealing gels, size L
_An awesome storage case
January 23, 2015
Big Wave surfer Rafael Tapia
Meet Rafael Tapia, big wave surfer from Chile and SurfEars most recent ambassador. During the winter he spends time in Kauai searching for the big swells in warmer waters. We met Rafael in Kauai and discussed the challenges of big wave surfing and different destinations around the world.
November 21, 2014
Christian Mcleod is a surf/adventure/travel and lifestyle photographer. Moving to in Sligo, Ireland in an early age meant getting into cold water surfing and eventually starting to photograph the ocean. Read about SurfEars new ambassador here!
October 15, 2014
Marc Jacobs is one of the best kitesurfers in the world right now. Read more about him and the challenges he faces in the strive of winning the world title. ”Hard work pays off if you want it bad enough”