I actually leave my hearing aids in. I hear so much better with them. Mine also have a noise cancellation feature that cancels out anything over a certain decibel. Probably not as good as full on hearing protection but definitely much better than nothing.I just take out my hearing aids
I've almost pulled the trigger on these ones a few times. How bad is the wind noise? Glad to hear you can hear things pretty well. If I recall they have a 30 day or so money back guarantee?I've got a set of these: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09MST2L3B
I've only used them at the range, and they work pretty well. They come with a bunch of different tips, so you'll need to take the time to find the ones that fit your ears the best. A little weird with glasses on, and the wind noise isn't the best. But they let you hear things, and keep my ears working.
I've almost pulled the trigger on these ones a few times. How bad is the wind noise? Glad to hear you can hear things pretty well. If I recall they have a 30 day or so money back guarantee?
I picked up a pair of Tetra ear plugs. Spendy, but virtually no wind noise and good sound out of them. Can definitely hear wings. I'd like to compare them to the wild ear, but at $900-$1000, it is pretty much one or the other.I've been in the same boat looking for hearing protection for duck hunting. Something that doesn't let the wind whistle in them and can hear the sound of wings beating. Online reviews vs conversations I've had with folks couldn't make things more confusing.