All predators – humans included – rely primarily on their stereoscopic vision as their primary source of information. A close second, however, is their hearing. The sound of a distant turkey gobbling or elk bugling helps us locate game. So does the telltale crunch of a deer walking on leaves, the clack of antlers during a fight or against a tree or the sudden flush of gamebirds. Those who can hear and identify those sounds, and hundreds of others, are at a distinct advantage in the woods. And the sad truth is that millions of hunters around the world cannot hear these, and many other, important sounds because their hearing has degraded over time. That’s why using a hearing enhancement device that also offers protection from the harsh sounds of gunfire from WildEar is so important.
As we age, there are some hard truths that become difficult to admit. For many of us, it’s hard to admit that our hearing isn’t what it used to be. According to the National Institute of Health (https://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/statistics/quick-statistics-hearing), about one in eight Americans over the age of 12 years has hearing loss in both ears, based on standard hearing tests. That’s nearly 30 million people! Also, age is the strongest predictor of hearing loss among adults aged 20-69.
The WildEar Hunting & Shooting Product Series is built for the shooting sportsman. Whether in the field or at the range, WildEar products provide the most advanced technology in hearing protection and enhancement on the market. They protect your ears from extreme noise and gun blasts and provide hearing enhancement for safety and communication for those with or without hearing loss. “Our products are designed and built with the latest digital technologies, with the goal of resolving known problems in competitive design,” said Katie Macke, director of marketing. “Our line of products has advantages in ease-of-use, simplified controls, field adjustment, durability under harsh field conditions, and product quality. Special attention has also been given to achieving the absolute best fit in a custom product.”
So, this year, why not do yourself a favor and both improve your success in the field and protect your hearing with a hearing enhancement and protection device from WildEar? More information is available at https://www.wildear.com/ or by calling 855-494-WILD(9453).
About WildEar: Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Walker, Minn., WildEar is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CavCom, the leader in innovative industrial hearing protection and communication systems. WildEar designs and develops innovative electronic hearing products and protection for the avid outdoorsman, the weekend warrior, the swimmer, music lovers, cell phone users and those desiring comfortable, undisturbed sleep. For more information on the full line of state-of-the-art products visit https://www.wildear.com/ or call 855-494-WILD(9453).