I have had the custom molded ones from E.A.R. for many years now. I had them custom molded at a gun shop in Atlanta. They are so comfortable that you forget you are wearing them and they block out noise so well that when I used to shoot skeet my friends would have to almost yell "pull" or I wouldn't hear them. That is the problem, mine are the less expensive ones (maybe $50) that don't have any electronic or other type of insert to allow normal conversation so I don't wear them when hunting only target practice, skeet, etc. I need to get some that allow conversation, but I will be sticking with the custom molded kind. They don't interfere with the comb on your gun like so many muffs do and they are not hot and uncomfortable and they don't interfere with glasses/sunglasses or hats.