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Custom-Fit Road

Custom-Fit Road
  • Maximum user comfort, fits under all helmets
  • Suitable for extended daily use
  • Unique filter
  • Available in acrylic with nano-lacquer (hard) or silicone material (soft)
  • Includes handy storage pouch
  • Available in 5 different colours, including transparent
  • CE certified and tested according to EN 352-2
  • SNR between 21 and 33dB depending on selected material and filter, click here for attenuation details

Pluggerz Custom-Fit Road are great for motor cyclists, Go Kart riders, race drivers and motorsport enthusiasts. The constant sounds from the revving engine and wind noise can cause permanent hearing damage. Pluggerz Custom-Fit Road is designed to protect you against noise damage. The unique filter attenuates the harmful noise to safe levels, while still being able to hear traffic signals and warning devices. The Pluggerz Custom-Fit Road earplug is a perfect fit and can be worn comfortably under a helmet. Find your nearest Pluggerz Dealer using the dealer locator in the top right of this webpage. 

The hearing protectors can only work if they are fitted into the ear correctly. Read here how you should do this.


Hard Pluggerz hearing protectors are made from high-quality acrylic and soft hearing protectors are made from silicone material. Both are provided with a special coating. This combination prevents allergic reactions and allows the hearing protector to be easily cleaned. Clean your Pluggerz hearing protector with care, using the available Pluggerz Smart Clean Set so that hygienic use remains guaranteed. Remove any earwax in the duct using the small earwax hook that is supplied. Attention: cleaning using aggressive cleaning agents must be avoided!

Allow them to dry thoroughly before placing them back in the storage case. Have your Pluggerz hearing protector inspected by your supplier each year. If the hearing protector no longer seals your ear canal adequately the attenuation decreases and you will be less protected. The cause of an inadequate seal is usually a change in the ear canal, for example due to age or weight gain or loss. By carefully following these instructions the attenuation values will be guaranteed and you will remain protected in the most optimum way against hearing damage.

Service network

Determining the fit and the attenuation of the Pluggerz hearing protectors is undertaken by Pluggerz and our entire dealer network in accordance with our ISO 9001 certification. These Pluggerz Dealers can service your hearing protectors and can perform the annual inspection. You can find the Pluggerz Dealers at


  • The Pluggerz hearing protectors are completely personal and can only work properly if they are fitted into the ear correctly.
  • If the hearing protector is fitted incorrectly or if the associated instructions are not followed then Pluggerz shall not be liable for the potential reduction in quality of the hearing protector.
  • The operation of the hearing protector can be negatively influenced if it comes into contact with chemicals. Please consult Pluggerz for further information about this.
  • The hearing protectors are only effective if they are worn with due care and permanently in a noisy environment.
  • Do not wear the hearing protector if there is a risk that the connecting cord can become trapped in moving (machinery) parts.
  • The Pluggerz hearing protectors offer no protection without filter.


  • You can distinguish your left and right hearing protector by the colour applied to your hearing protectors: red (right) and blue (left).
  • Hold the hearing protector between your thumb and forefinger.
  • Make sure that the indentation is at the front and that the point is pointing upwards.
  • Gently insert the hearing protector into your ear canal by turning it a quarter turn anti-clockwise.


  • Place your thumbnail in the indentation.
  • Lift up the hearing protector and remove it from your ear.

Click here for attenuation details.

The European Union type-examination is undertaken by: PZT 1974, Wilhelmshaven, Germany, TNO/TM 0336, Soesterberg, the Netherlands and IFA 0121, St. Augustin, Germany. The attenuation values for the hearing protectors are established in accordance with EN 352-2:2002 and measured in accordance with EN 13819-2:2-2. In addition, the APV, SNR, H, M and L values are determined in accordance with ISO 24869-1. The products are CE certified, with the exception of the ER-9 since this does not meet the minimum attenuation requirements set in EN-352. Test reports and CE certificates can be issued by Pluggerz on request.