When you think of the name Browning, what's the first thing that comes to mind?
Pictured above is the new Behind the Head Hearing Protector. The company created this product for hunters and shooters who like to have a circular brim on their hat.
The ear protection uses a steel band to secure the muffs over the ears, without getting the way of that lucky hat. The company says the Behind the Head Hearing Protector muffs have a 22-dB noise-reduction rating and meet ANSI S3.19 standards.
The second product Browning has released is the Cadence Electronic Hearing Protector.
The Cadence automatically mutes sound when it reaches 82 dB. Sound enters the muffs through an omnidirectional microphone. Because of the ambient amplifier, you can have a conversation when wearing this product. But when a sound over 82 dB kicks in, the unit shuts off to protect your ears.
You need two AAA batteries for the Cadence, and the unit has a 24-dB noise-reduction rating, passive protection and meets ANSI S3.19 standards.