Wind-Blox Releases Pro Version Now Decreases Over 80% of Cycling Wind Noise
Stopping even more wind and road noise, cyclists can now buy the new Wind-Blox Pro
Portland, Oregon, April 25, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Wind-Blox, LLC, makers of Wind-Blox, a popular wind noise blocker for cyclists, has released a new version, Wind-Blox Pro. The Pro version is almost 5% more effective than Wind-Blox Classic. "At 80.2% noise reduction, Wind-Blox Pro reduces the most wind noise, without blocking the sounds you need, with a more streamlined profile," says Mike Fajen, CEO. "We took our previous version back into the wind tunnel, and conducted numerous real-life road tests, modified the size, materials and shapes to produce our best product yet."
Wind-Blox is engineered and patented to reduce unwanted cycling wind noise to help you hear approaching traffic, nature and fellow cyclists. Made from technical sports fabric and is quick to attach with bi-directional Velcro closures. In addition, Wind-Blox can reduce cold wind-induced ear aches, has US-based support, and the new Pro version includes reflective lettering to increase night-time visibility.
It is a good feeling to be able to hear clearly without the wind noise. Being aware that a car is approaching is such a secure feeling. If you wear a helmet, Wind-Blox are, in my opinion essential.
Sandra, happy cyclist
“The new Wind-Blox Pro is a welcome addition to my kit.” --Tyler Gilmore
Wind-Blox are available for purchase at the Wind-Blox website, Amazon, and many popular retailers. The Pro version sells for $17.95 per pair and comes in black and silver and includes a 30 day guarantee to significantly reduce wind noise or your money back.
Wind-Blox samples are available for review by bike publications, blogs, forums and bike clubs (with newsletters). Contact information above.
Founded in 2012, with offices in Portland, Oregon, Wind-Blox, LLC, is a Kickstarter success story. The team includes avid cyclists, engineers and top marketers (former VP Marketing at GE, Motorola, launched Netscape)--determined to solve the cycling wind-noise problem. More information can be found at the Wind-Blox website.
Source: Wind-Blox LLC