Wind Blox Wind Blox Pro

Wind Blox
$17.95 - $18.95

Designed to block up to 80% of wind noise while riding your bike (ACA's opinion is product blocks +/- up to 50% of wind noise). Unlike ear plugs and headphones, Wind-Blox only blocks the wind noise, allowing you to hear approaching traffic, nature and fellow cyclists. Black. Sold as a pair. Two sizes: 

  • Wind Blox Pro L - 2cm. x 10cm
  • Wind Blox Pro XL - 3cm x 11cm

Please note, product is not elligible for return if it has been used. 



Average rating: based on 13 reviews.

Good quality & good idea, but will require tweaking to be effective


Reviewed By: Keith L on 8/31/20

The Wind Blox Pro is a quality product, but like several others have mentioned, it does not work well with glasses. I did find some potential wind noise improvement by placing my finger upon the outside edge of the Wind Blox. This both pressed the Wind Blox tighter to my jaw and effectively increased the thickness of the Wind Blox. My helmet straps are so tight they have become uncomfortable in order to keep the Wind Blox tight against my jaw. I’ll be experimenting with tweaks. Maybe more to report later.

They Definitely work!


Reviewed By: Art Bull on 6/17/20

Block about 75% of wind noise, I'm going to order another pair in case something happens to the ones I just bought (like sweat). Size is a bit on the large size as other reviewers have noted, but these things work!



Reviewed By: RustyB on 6/17/20

Didn't notice significant difference. Comfort level of the hemet straps decrease especially for individuals who wear goggles or glasses.

Wind noise reduction significant


Reviewed By: Stu Goldenberg on 6/5/20

My wife and I ride a tandem. Before the Wind Blox, hearing and understanding each other at 15 mi/hr was impossible. Now we can talk at a normal level at 20 mi/hr comfortably. Sure, there is still some wind noise, but it is greatly reduced.

Save your money


Reviewed By: Fletcher Catron on 5/14/20

I've been using these for a couple of weeks now. I can't hear a difference in wind noise, although I might experiment with one on and one off, just to see if there is a difference between the two sides. In addition to seeming nearly useless, they make the helmet strap less comfortable, they prevent cycling sunglasses from being outside the strap and prevent the glasses from going on easily if you are already wearing the helmet, and they are definitely too long, even though they are the smaller size. I'll revisit this review if continuing use persuades me to change my mind about all this.

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