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November 6, 2006

{     Moldex-Metric: Always wear protections kids!     }, not latex. Not even that kind of protection actually. It is hearing protection we are talking about here. Long over the outdoor festival season, most bands are about to start their winter tour. Meaning indoor concerts until mid April. Meaning that most of us have a list of gigs we either have tickets for or plan to attend or dream to attend. The first time I faced the problem of excess of decibel was when I got tickets for Mogwai. Their music is so soft and often mellow, you would never expect the unbelievable loudness of their solo live acts. Luckily I had been warned and bought hear plugs at the last minute. I was really happy I did: the friend who was with me, almost fainted at the exit. Now, I am rather not been caught without a pair of hear plugs: I want to be able to rock my cane with punk music when I reach 80, you know? Ok, so do yourself some good and get a set of Moldex for your own sake. They are cool, greatly packed, ecological even if you buy a set of reusable one. Hands down the best hearing protections produced. The quality and effectiveness are guaranteed since Moldex-Metrix is not a fancy, fashion oriented company: their goal is to make products that, while perfectly performant, are more fun to wear for professionists who often forget to use hearing protection. In fact, they produce and sell hear plugs to most heavy duty workers on the planet, from Nascar staff to road builders. You are sure to find something right for you in their range, since they do both single use and reusable plugs, with or without cords. Plus, their sets are practically stored into hard shells, made to fit into any pocket. colour range itself is pretty stricking. Their single use foam plugs come in bright tie-dye colours: orange, blue, pink, purple, yellow, red, packaged in translucent diamond cases of the same colour. No, don't raise your eyebrow yet: if construction workers wearing pink and purple are reminding you of the Village People, no worries, Moldex does camouflage set in brown and military green as well as a special Nascar green set. There is something to fit anybody's taste. Same goes for their reusable plugs, available in purple, blue and cool camo green. What's best is that both the disposable as well as the reusable sets are very comfortable: the feeling is they are barely there, while they do their job perfectly, reducing considerably excessive noise. To the point that they are endorsed and given out for free by the Music Council of the Ile De France at many big outdoor events. Distributed worldwide, they often have sample giveaways on their local websites, and right now they are having a Nascar contest with a trip for 2 to the Daytona 500 grand price. Worth checking out: your ears will thank you.

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