These foldable earmuffs are more durable than most competitors and keep your ears covered and warm. If you wear glasses or use earbuds, these will still cover your ears comfortably. 97% polyester, 3% spandex. Four color options.
Is a bit bulky in the closed position when carrying in a pocket.
A behind-the-head design that fits snugly and can easily fit under a hat. 100% acrylic microfleece.
Some people found these earmuffs too small for bigger heads.
Despite the lower price tag, these earmuffs are well built and fit a range of head sizes. They fold up easily and cover the entire ear.
The fabric is not of the best quality.
These are more portable than most earmuffs since there are no bands or wires involved. 100 gram 3M Thinsulate. Several sizes and colors available.
These aren't as warm as traditional earmuffs, and they can become separated.
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One of the first body parts that biting cold goes for is the ears. If left exposed, your ears can make even brief winter jaunts unpleasant. Earmuffs are an inexpensive fix. Most modern designs feature either a behind-the-head style, or an over-ear slip or bandless style. Both are streamlined and minimalistic, though bandless earmuffs run the risk of being separated. Some behind-the-head earmuffs are foldable and can be easily tucked in a jacket pocket so that you can’t leave the house without them. Fleece is a common material, with acrylic fleece generally providing more warmth than other materials. For outdoor sports, bright and bold colors work well, but darker shades are better for everyday wear.
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