Ear Muff Kit
If you are an avid snowmobile or motorcycle rider, you need to protect your hearing with Quiet Ride Ear Muffs.
Quiet Ride Ear Muffs block sound from entering the ear canal by 50%, which reduces tinnitus symptoms, and also helps to protect helmet wearer from developing tinnitus.
Excessive Noise in Helmets - Factor for Developing Tinnitus
Excessively loud wind noise at highway speeds vibrates the helmet shell material creating loud wind noise inside the helmet at the ears. Wind sound levels inside the helmet shell are magnified due to small air space between the inside of the helmet shell and the person’s head that is not capable of dissipating sound versus large air volume. Wind and engine noise entering the bottom of the helmet is magnified due to small air space.
Noise reduction ear muffs block sound from entering the ear canal by 50%, which reduces tinnitus symptoms, and also helps to protect helmet wearer from developing tinnitus. Exposure to loud sounds over an extended period of time is a major factor for developing tinnitus.
Pad Design Features
Made by Evens Industries Inc. - Manufacturer of high performance Ear Seals
Commercial and military pilots use Evans Industries gel filled ear pads as they last up to five years, and must endure hot and cold temperature extremes as well as long term exposure to skin oil, an unexpectedly aggressive substance. These cushions use thermoplastic polyurethane cover over a foam pad, to give them the durability and toughness they require.
Snowmobile and motorcycle helmets take a lot of abuse. They can be left outside where they are exposed to extreme temperatures. The ear muff pad must be strong, impervious to substances such as skin oils, and stay soft and comfortable to wear for hours at a time. Thermoplastic polyurethane is the only material that will remain flexible and reliable under these conditions. Vinyl covered cushions become hard and brittle.