EarPeace Offers Quality Ear Protection Associated with Music Events

By: Meghan Young - Jul 29, 2014
References: earpeace & coolhunting
A rock concert might be an epic time in the moment, but there can be some physical consequences that people don't anticipate; that is where these discreet comfortable earplugs. Dubbed EarPeace, they offer quality ear protection for those who regularly expose themselves to the average 115 decibels often used at music events. EarPeace founder Jay Clark reveals, "That's safe for your hearing for less than 30 seconds. If your ears are ringing or they feel dull after a show, that is a sign of some degree of hearing damage."

With these discreet comfortable earplugs on hand, that could be avoided. Sold in a chic container small enough to link to keychains, EarPeace has teamed up with Electric Zoo and SXSW to sell limited edition co-branded discreet comfortable earplugs. Clark explains, "If you are going to convince people that hearing protection is cool and worth using, it needs to be associated with the events and experiences that people love."