EarClip – Belt Clip for Hearing Protection

(13 customer reviews)


2174 in stock (can be backordered)

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The Ready Up Gear EarClip is designed to ensure a more enjoyable gun range experience.

Free up your hands and ensure a secure and safe place for your ear muffs when not in use.

Attach the EarClip to your belt and use the quick release to slide your muffs onto the EarClip. The magnetic lock ensures your ear muffs will stay in place and within arms reach.

USCCA's Concealed Carry Magazine Editor's Choice – July 2022


  • Fits belts up to 1 5/8 inches
  • Fits headbands up to 2″
  • Made from a strong but flexible polymer infused with neodymium magnetic closure

Additional information

Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 6.2 × 1.5 cm

13 reviews for EarClip – Belt Clip for Hearing Protection

  1. David Burke

    Much better than the typical “bendy piece of plastic”, this EarClip’s magnets make inserting and removing ear pro a breeze. Keeps your ear pro secure without you looking like Mickey Mouse all day. One of the best low-cost range investments out there!

  2. Diane

    Great product…for off your head and by your side!

  3. J Green (verified owner)

    This clip is beyond amazing! I used it on the range during a class and it works perfectly – I don’t have to ‘hunt’ for my hearing protection – it’s on my hip. I ordered 3 additional clips to put in various range bags!!!

  4. Chris Griese

    Seems to work relatively well, but (and this is probably pretty obvious) but if you’ve put any sort of “wrap” or velcro around the headband of your Ear Pro, these really don’t seem to work as well as intended. I ended up using the hanging loop off the top of my ear pro wrap to engage this product instead of how they were designed, and they worked okay.

  5. jamesdfabrizio

    These come in real handy when taking a break and help to keep ear pro clean when using at an outdoor range. This gives you some where to put them instead of on dirty tables.

  6. Daniel M

    I have been using these for about 5 months now, they have worked great for ear pro, and staple guns while on the range. No more setting one down and loosing it in tall grass. I have used it with Walkers, Howard Leigh, and for the majority of the time, Safariland Liberators. These do have a wrap and wires on top, but I experienced no issues as an above user noted. I have laid prone on these forgetting they were there, and they both didn’t break, and they didn’t cause me pain. 1000% times better than putting them around your leg or neck, and if you upgrade to the SoftSeal gel pads, they will cool off while they hang and will feel great when you put them back on.

  7. Gail

    Very nice! I received mine in a timely manner, and it looks great. I haven’t had an opportunity to use it, but I’m sure it will come in very handy at the range.

  8. Brian R. (verified owner)

    Excellent service, delivery ahead of schedule, fits my hearing protection perfectly!

  9. Mike M (verified owner)

    Timely delivery. Very Reasonable price. Both my headsets fit nicely and are easily inserted and removed. Clips securely to regular belt and the gun belt. No appreciable impact on my position or movements. Highly recommended.

  10. Michael Sweeney (verified owner)

    Great product. No more annoying hanging off my mags, wrapping around my arm/leg.

  11. Mike (verified owner)

    Excellent product and communication from company. Very handy. Makes me wonder why it hadn’t been “invented” before.

  12. KW (verified owner)

    I’m very happy with the clips. I ordered two as I have a nasty habit of forgetting where I put things, but after seeing them, I’m glad I did order two. I have one in my gun bag and one in my workshop. They seem to be very well made and work as advertised at a great price! What else can you ask for!!

  13. RKO (verified owner)

    As others have noted – works great; easy to order, received without issue. Very good experience. I ordered three as I know others that train with me will want one as we get tired of forgetting our “ears” after returning to reload and head back to the next exercise, LOL

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