Doc's Proplugs | Vented Red
The Ultimate Preformed Earplug
Doc's Proplugs are soft non-invasive preformed earplugs used for a variety of water sport activities. Designed and recommended by Doctors, Doc's Proplugs are the ultimate ready-fit earplugs and feature properties that become flexible when warmed by the temperature of your outer ear. Reusable and latex-free, Doc's Proplugs are recommended by 95% of Doctor's and ENT Specialists.
Made in the U.S.A., Doc's Proplugs are preformed earplugs made of Dynaflex a soft hypoallergenic plastic. In addition to being latex free, and completely reuseable, the Proplugs will become even more flexible when warmed by the temperature of your ear and have memory properties to form fit to each individual's ear auricle. 95% of Doctors and ENTs recommend using Doc's Proplugs for bathing, swimming and extreme water sports.
Once fitted correctly, the Proplugs will form a watertight seal that contours with the movement of the jaw. This, plus the memory properties of the Proplugs provide an excellent seal that cannot be duplicated with hard molded, foam or even silicone putty.
As the premiere water sport earplug designed and distributed by a surfing doctor, Doc’s Proplugs is committed to providing the best quality earplug for the ultimate ear protection for all water sport athletes. By spreading the importance of ear damage prevention our goal is to help people have fewer worries when doing the sport they love.
The benefits of wearing Doc's Proplugs are in the invaluable properties that help prevent damage to the ear and reduce hearing loss in many environments. Whether you are taking part in recreational activities, your everyday job, or if you are fortunate enough to combine both as a professional, Proplugs will ensure the protection you need to prevent long term hearing loss.
Doc's Proplugs are designed to be non-invasive, inexpensive, and long lasting. They are easily self-fitted and are ready to wear. Proper usage will help keep you in the water. With consistent use, they help prevent future ear problems such as:
• Swimmer's Ear (infection)
• Surfer's Ear (bony growth)
• Water-skier's Ear (ruptured eardrum)
• Musician's Ear (high-frequency hearing loss)