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ITS Offers OC Tactical Hearing Protection Covers

ITS Tactical is offering the somewhat elusive Hearing Protection Covers from OC Tactical.

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Made from 1000D Cordura with a Dri-Lex backing for comfort, the Hearing Protection Covers includes a 5” piece of loop VELCRO for attaching your own name tape and small attachment loop for securing your hearing protection to a carabiner, GrimLOC or other point.

Available in these sizes:

-Peltor (Fits Earpro With 2? Wide Bands: Comtac, 6S, TacticalPro, Tactical Sport, and Sordin Supreme with Leather Headband.)

-Sordin Pro x (Fits Sordin with 1.5? Plastic Headband)

-Howard Leight (Designed Specifically for the Howard Leight Impact Sport)

Colors include AOR1, AOR2, A-TACS AU and MultiCam.

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22 Responses to “ITS Offers OC Tactical Hearing Protection Covers”

  1. I’ve used these for years – outstanding product

    Highly recommended !!!

  2. Bill says:

    Do they “shrink” the size of the ear pro? I use various pairs and models of pelters and Sordins and every one is maxed out due to my near 8-inch bean.

    • Billiam says:

      No, they put more thickness between the band and the head. This has the effect raising the cups and allowing more clearance for cheek weld.

  3. Nick says:

    Can the Howard Leights still fold up entirely with the cover?

  4. Justin says:

    Curious what purpose this serves? Is it for more camo or is there another issue?

    • PNW_Tree_Octopus says:

      Comfort and sweat management. That’s about it.

      • Invictus says:

        Would add that the loop makes for a handy way to clip it to your belt so they are always at the ready, and the loop field for name/blood type is good for gear management/safety during classes.

  5. Dave says:

    Will these fit the MSA Sordin Supreme Basic?

  6. MiamiC70 says:

    Yet no OD green :(
    Why, oh why?

  7. Dan says:

    1000D nylon! That seems a little bit overkill…

  8. JohnB says:

    Wait- isnt AOR1 for NSW only?

  9. JohnB says:

    So its Desert digital then not AOR 1 ?