SurfEars Blog

The Connection Between Mental Well-being and Surfing
January 12, 2021

  There is no denying that surfing is somehow intrinsically linked to feelings of joy, happiness, relaxation and purity. That is unless you’re an angry local who feels entitled to every wave, hassles everyone and never seems to be having that much fun. But that is a story for a different time. The average surfer […]

Live to Sea
October 22, 2020

The cold waters of the Baltic Sea is to blame (or thank) for a pair of ear canals being overgrown with bone lumps, which led to the invention of SurfEars. For this reason we are stoked on this video by our local Swedish hero. Patience is a virtue, they say, and if that is right Freddie Meadows […]

Junior 2.0 Our Best Kid’s Ear Plug Design Yet
October 21, 2020

The new Junior 2.0 earplugs include all the tech developments from our SurfEars 3.0 earplugs to make them more comfortable, better fitting and easier to use. The plugs are designed to help prevent common problems like swimmers ear, surfers ear (exostosis) and regular ear infections.  “I wish I had plugs like this when I was a […]

Without a Life Jacket
October 16, 2020

He is 12 year old and he shreds harder than most of us will ever do. Will Deane, went Waco (the wave pool in Texas) to work on his air game, which he got dialed in quite well. There might be many reasons to worry about the future, lack of surf talent is NOT one of them.   […]

Stories for the Seas – a coffee table book. Now available for pre-order!
September 1, 2020

  A limited-edition 270 page Coffee Table Book packed with beautiful images from the oceans around the world. By purchasing this book you are supporting non-profits organizations who are working to protect the oceans.  “Why is it that scuba divers and surfers are some of the strongest advocates of ocean conservation? Because they’ve spent time […]

Underwater noise pollution
August 27, 2020

The ocean is a noisy place.  Just like an ocean swell, sound waves travel very far underwater. In fact, sound can travel five times faster and further through water than air, and sunlight does not penetrate very deeply so many marine species use sound instead of vision as their primary sense. Whales and dolphins have […]

Clear ears: a trick to surf at your best
July 23, 2020

Words by Brandon Rasman, MSc, PhD Candidate. Overlooking your vestibular system? Let’s visualize a scenario. After catching a wave, you turn around and paddle back to the line-up. Out towards the horizon a fresh set is rolling in – these are the waves you’ve been waiting for. You paddle harder. Your heart rate rises with […]