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Topic: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

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By:

Stan

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RE: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

« on: May 19 2008 17:05:00 »

Used the Makaha style Kurtis Surf Goggles at Lowers all weekend.  Comfortable, flexible and float.

By:

Buzzysurf

RE: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

« Reply #1 on: February 06 2009 08:02:00 »

Thanks for the advice.  I bought the Duke style and Surf & Sea on the North Shore & it was the last pair they had in stock!

The quality and flexibilty is unlike any eyewear I have tried in or out of the water.

Stoked!

By:

Quiksurfer

RE: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

« Reply #2 on: February 06 2009 15:02:00 »

My mate Julian Wilson seen here with his sunnies by Kurtis Surf Goggles.  

upper left hand corner of our quiksilver ad (Dropping in)
http://view.ed4.net/v/SF4HCC/LQW0/40Z0LXM/3VW53/MAILACTION=1&FORMAT=H?EDID=SF4HCC-26YS-CXSQ8-4D4U-LQXS-v1

By:

RVCASURF

RE: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

« Reply #3 on: October 22 2009 09:10:00 »

Just saw a link on how to make your own surf goggles.  Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XHnSIVTtXA



By:

Mark

RE: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

« Reply #4 on: March 27 2011 09:03:00 »

For the ear plugs:
My ear was 99% closed a year and a half ago.  I had an audiologist fit me with a custom ear plug for about $85.  That included the office visit, her putting the goo in my ear that they make the mold from, and the ear plug itself (for one ear).  So, I avoided
- time out of the water
- going under the knife
- big $$$.

By:

Mark

RE: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

« Reply #5 on: March 27 2011 09:03:00 »

For the eyes:
Check out Silverfish.  They have many styles to choose from.  They aren't flimsy frames that are ripped off on a medium sized wave.  They come with leashes and removable straps and work well.  They have an anti-fog cleaner and fill prescriptions.
http://www.silverfish.com/

By:

Tony

RE: Ear plugs & surf goggles?

« Reply #6 on: April 15 2013 15:04:00 »

For a real wide range of surf sunglasses and all the info you need to know to make the best choice check out www.WearSurfGlasses.com




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