Wearing proper ear protection at all times is a cornerstone of gun safety, because even small calibers like the .22 can, over time, cause noise-induced hearing loss. The trouble for shooters is that some earmuffs can interfere with your cheekweld when you're trying to shoulder long guns. Walker's aims to change that with their all-new X-TRM Razor Digital with Bluetooth ear pro. Based on the wildly popular Razor earmuffs, this new way to protect your hearing features a cool mesh headband, an ultra-low profile and GEL ear pads.
TheNEW X-TRM Razor Digital w/Bluetooth has lightning-fast reaction time so that loud sounds--as of gunfire--are instantly suppressed by 23 decibels (dB). Subtler sounds--as of conversation with your shooting buddy--are enhanced with the same speed, using an advanced digital circuit, Bluetooth capability and dual high-gain directional microphones.
Sound compression is the primary goal, of course, but comfort is also of prime importance...after all, it's hard to be diligent about wearing your hearing protection when it's making you sweat or making your jaw ache from trying to get a good face-to-stock weld on your rifle or shotgun. That's where the new Walker's X-TRM earmuffs really shine. They have an ultra-low-profile design and a headband made to keep you cool.
The Walker's X-TRM Razor Digital w/Bluetooth are powered by two AA batteries (and your first set is included). They'll automatically shut off after four hours of continuous use to help protect that battery life. MSRP $149; WalkersGameEar.com