Ear Plugs?

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JGTR
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Got water in my ear from yesterday - had ear ache last night, can anyone recommend some suitable ear plugs bearing in mind that I crash alot and spend above average time under water :lol:
Tone
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Hello mate,

I used to use these when I was kayking a lot http://www.amazon.co.uk/Docs-Pro-Plugs- ... 548&sr=8-1" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

cracking ear plugs that you can hear through...
Nitrokid
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Location: Littlehampton

dont know anything about them, and have never seen them, but the weathercam site is pimping them out.

http://www.surfplugs.co.uk/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Hemanblob
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surf plugs are the best plugs you'll find, but you gotta go see rob and get your ears injected for the moulds (bideford, devon). I think you can get this done at boot's and other hearing places aswell and post them tho. Can't recommend them enough, saved my ears from serious damage for sure!
JGTR
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Thanks I'll look into it

Gonna try Blu-Tac for the time being as alot of people seem to rate it
kungfustew
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JGTR wrote:Gonna try Blu-Tac for the time being as alot of people seem to rate it
For sticking posters to the wall...... :lol:
lucie
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Needs to be blue Blu Tack though, in your ears. White Blu Tack gets way too sticky.
theblackpaw
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Wonder if those cheap spongy earplugs that you use for clay shooting would work (the ones that you roll between thumb and finger that expand when you put em in)?
G-Bru
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I use chewing gum...... ; p

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Blast
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Plus one for blutack!
Been using for about 9 years now, whitetack falls apart in your ear!
greenroom
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Docs Pro Plugs for me. I've got advanced surfers' ear, and even going a couple of surf or kite sessions without them results in a dose of infected nastyness and associated loss of hearing. If you don't have it it is easy to think you won't get it - but with prolonged exposure to wind and water you eventually will and it really sucks. Plug up folks!
PGH
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mostly have an mp3 in... but if not then i have a set of vented doc pro plugs...just get the right size
Too Much Wind
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JGTR wrote:Got water in my ear from yesterday - had ear ache last night, can anyone recommend some suitable ear plugs bearing in mind that I crash alot and spend above average time under water :lol:
Pardon! :wink:

TMW
G-Bru
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I would like to order a pair of the Docs but have never had to measure the size of my ear hole before! :?

So many sizes, is it simply a case of pick a size and hope for the best?

G.
JGTR
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PGH wrote:mostly have an mp3 in... but if not then i have a set of vented doc pro plugs...just get the right size
How do you get the right size?
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