Motorcycling is something you want to enjoy. Unfortunately, motorcyclists often experience an annoying ring in their ears and become fatigued after a long ride. This is partly caused by the high volume of wind noise under your helmet. At a speed of 100 - 120 km per hour, the volume of wind noise averages over 98 dB. This means that you already risk permanently damaging your hearing after just 7 minutes. You will also become tired more easily, which can make you less focussed in traffic. In order to avoid this, Alpine has developed the perfect hearing protection for all types of motorcyclists.
Unique Product Characteristics
Driving Without Hearing Protection
|62 mph||94 dB||15 minutes|
|75 mph||98 dB||7 minutes|
|87 mph||102 dB||3 minutes|
|100 mph||106 dB||90 seconds|
Unique Material For The Most Comfort
Universal Product Range: Tour, Race & Pro
Alpine Hearing Protection – Consistently Innovative
ATTENUATION DATA Alpine MotoSafe® TOUR/RACE
• Attenuation values measured by TNO* according to EN 352-2 (2002) and calculated to ISO 4869-2a standards. (*Dutch organization for Applied Scientific Research)
Nominal diameter: 9-12 mm
About Alpine Hearing Protection:
Enjoy your motorcycle ride even more! With Alpine MotoSafe Pro earplugs you can reduce rider fatigue and you won't end the ride with your ears ringing or buzzing. Riding with quality Alpine MotoSafe earplugs also helps prevent hearing damage from wind noise. Did you know that at an average speed of 110 kms per hour, wind noise is around 98 decibels? This means that after just 7 minutes you already risk permanently damaging your hearing. Ride MotoSafe with Alpine Earplugs
At last Plugs that workBy: Jason Hewlett on 25 April 2021Have not had any luck with plugs until now. Short rides have never been a problem but when you're out there all day all the plugs I have used hurt after a few hours. Please to say these plugs work well and on the freeway you really notice the difference.
The only plugs you should haveBy: James on 27 March 2021I have tried the foam plug - they start to hurt after 2-3 hours, I have tried similar swimmers plugs - they never fit the same way, The alpine earplugs are a perfect fit - you forget you wearing them even after an entire day on the bike. There is no lies on the box it does exactly what it says, can still hear people speak with my helmet off, I can hear my intercom* Hands down recommend to anyone looking to save their ears from wind and exhaust noise. * I had to crank the intercom up a couple notches on the volume.