Because hearing damage is irreversible, good ear protection is the most important piece of gear any musician can own. Wearing Vibes means you’ll not only protect yourself from hearing loss, but you’ll also enjoy clean, clear and controlled sound.
Hearing-related issues are a common side effect of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Learn how Vibes offer people recovering from TBI relief.
There are countless occupations where people are constantly exposed to loud sound that can be uncomfortable and lead to hearing loss. Learn how Vibes can be used for work - from construction to concert photographers - here.
Though Vibes were originally designed for concerts, we've found that they are helping people with Autism + Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) in big ways.
Whether you’re at spin, Zumba, crossfit or yoga, let's face it: group fitness classes are LOUD. Though bumping music is awesome for energizing and motivating participants, we know we're not alone in saying we've left a class with ringing ears.
It’s simple, really. Live music is better with Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs. By wearing Vibes, you’ll not only protect yourself from hearing loss, but you’ll also enjoy an enhanced concert experience.
This is the cover you didn’t know you needed. Kelsey Lu (singer, cellist, producer) is known more for her cello chops, but this cover gives a capacious avenue for her other honed instrument: her voice.
Benny is a guitarist and live music junkie. After investing in 15 different pairs of earplugs, he found Vibes. And he’s never going back. Learn how Benny’s life is #BetterWithVibes.
Alie works in Miami nightlife and uses Vibes to protect her hearing while being more eco-friendly. Learn how her life is #BetterWithVibes.
Lauren is a live music lover who believes that all concert goers should own a pair of Vibes. Learn how her life is #BetterWithVibes.