I wear glasses all day long; I don’t use contacts, so I’m hypersensitive to hearing protection, hats, headbands, and anything that pushes the arm of my glasses into my head, causing me that awful range headache.
I know I’m not the only who has experienced this. I’ve tried in-ear hearing protection, foamies, every option I could find. I love my Impact Sports, but have at times felt I was going to die from the headaches they gave me.
One day someone tagged me in a post about new gel ear pads that had a cut-a-way for the arm of your glasses. I immediately wanted to try them out, so I did. The second I put them on I knew it was going to be different.
These are extremely easy to install. Pop the old pads out and slide the new gel pads in. You can see the groove for the arm of the glasses; the arm can now rest above the part that is pushing on your ear, no more squished glasses arm into your head.
I’ve put plenty of hours on these, including several classes at an indoor range and a 2-day armed vehicle defense class. I never once complained of a headache. The Sightlines by Noise Fighters do precisely what they promise to do, and that makes me happy.
Here’s the takeaway.
2. No more pressure point headaches.
That’s all you need to know about these. Well, that and that you should buy some.
Here’s my Eyes On video.
I also want to mention, this business is a Michigan-based one-person show created by Neal Brace, a former Marine. His gel ear pads are 100% manufactured in the United States.
They have the Howard Leight Impact Sports sightlines in stock ready to ship, and many other brands of hearing protection as well. Let them know Sara from Breach Bang Clear sent ya. Be sure to tag us in pics of you wearing them; we want to “hear” what you think!
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