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They are wearable spaces giving you privacy and freedom of movement as you change from a wetsuit or swimsuit into something clean and dry. Find out more here.
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Is it worth buying a changing robe? Changing robes are perfect for covering up and getting warm and dry quickly after being in cold water. Find out more here.


Surf ear plugs prevent water from entering the ear canal during a surf whilst also allowing sound in to maintain balance.

You might even be avoiding surfing in order to protect your ears if any or all of the below leave you on the beach during a pumping swell!

  1. You’re surfing in cold water and don’t want to immerse your ears under water
  2. You’re prone to ear infection and subsiquent loss of hearing 
  3. You have a perforated ear drum

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Surfer’s ear (also known as swimmer’s ear) is a condition where the bone of the ear canal develops multiple bony growths called exostoses. Over time, this can eventually cause a partial or complete blockage of the ear canal.

The condition is primarily caused by prolonged exposure to cold water or wind. Cold water surfers are six times more likely to get surfer’s ear than warm water surfers.

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Swimmer’s ear (known as otitis externa) is a bacterial infection caused by water staying in the ear canal for a long period of time, providing a moist environment for bacteria to grow. Anyone can get swimmer’s ear, but it is most often seen in children. Swimmer’s ear cannot be spread from one person to another.

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Silicone nose guards fit the tip of performance surfboards to protect surfers against discarded surfboards after a fall. It is one of the most underrated surf accessories but one that can prevent serious or  fatal puncture wound injuries. Because surfboard noses are so pointy and sharp.

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