Noveske Rifleworks & Safariland Collab on Liberator HP Electronic Ear Pro

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

Noveske Rifleworks and Safariland have collaborated on a limited edition set of Liberator HP Electronic hearing protection with a special Cerakote finish. This will couple the qualities of the already high-performing Liberator HP 2.0 hearing protection with a one-of-a-kind Cerakote finish licensed under Noveske Rifleworks.

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The special, one-of-a-kind Cerakote that we are referring to here is Noveske’s signature N81 camouflage. Known for proudly being displayed across Noveske Rifleworks firearms, now you can sport that same rad camo on your electronic hearing protection as well. The MSRP for the Liberator HP 2.0 hearing protection (as displayed on Safariland’s website) is $349.98 – $499.98 depending on the configuration your construct for yourself off of their website.

Jacksonville, Florida – Safariland®, a brand of The Safariland Group®, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets and one of Cadre Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE: CDRE) (“Cadre”) key brands, announces an exclusive collaboration with Noveske Rifleworks. Launching the Liberator® HP headset in Noveske’s signature N81 camo brings together two industry-leading brands, offering customers a limited-edition product that combines cutting-edge technology with a unique design.

Known for its exceptional quality and innovation, Noveske Rifleworks brings expertise and style to the table, elevating the Liberator HP look and feel. The N81 camo print, designed and cerakoted in-house by Noveske, is meticulously applied to the Liberator HP earcups, striking a perfect balance between visual appeal and high-performance functionality.

The Liberator HP headset represents the next generation in electronic hearing protection. Designed to withstand the rigors of any environment, this cutting-edge headset offers enhanced hearing protection, particularly in situations involving impulse gunfire noise and high-decibel, constant background audio. Wearers can rest assured knowing they are fully protected, while advanced sound localization technology allows for maximum situational awareness and sound detection.

“This Liberator HP exclusive marks the beginning of our collaboration with Noveske,” said Timothy Drnec, VP of Marketing for Safariland. “By combining our expertise in protective equipment with Noveske’s renowned craftsmanship, we are able to offer our customers a modern take on range gear.”

“Noveske is about building a community founded on the mutual respect of creating high quality product. We’re thrilled to work alongside Safariland in producing a limited run of Liberator HPs as the start of a fun and collaborative partnership and we’re excited to see what comes next,” said Jeff Pool, President of Novekse Rifleworks.

With limited sets available, the Safariland Liberator HP 2.0 hearing protection exclusive edition with Noveske’s signature N81 camouflage is hoping to be one of this year’s hot ticket items for Safariland. As always, let us know all of your thoughts about Safariland, Noveske Rifleworks, and their N81 camouflage in the Comments below! We always appreciate our feedback.

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  • Cal.Bar Cal.Bar on Mar 20, 2024

    So... they mention the stupid N81 camoflage pattern 3 times, but I didn't see a single mention of the noise reduction rating. (you know, what actually MATTERS) for hearing protection.

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    • Palo Duro Palo Duro on Mar 22, 2024

      @Biff yeah, I own a couple pair of Walkers, one of them is pretty good I don't remember the model. I love Sordin, and unless someone comes up with something that tops them, they'll always be what I use. If you never train and just go to the range every now and then, are they worth the investment? I don't know. If you train, they are 100% worth it. Again, I always double up with foam plugs even outdoors. So hearing protection is probably on par with anything else I have, except a pair of giant 3M passives I only use indoor for regular range stuff. Where Sordin pulls ahead is electronics and comfort - best I've ever owned for those two things.

      Battery change is bizarre but after watching it on YT, it's not an issue for me. Sordins ain't cheap, but if I knew way back when what I know now, I would have bought them and skipped everything else.

  • John huscio John huscio on Mar 21, 2024

    I’ll just keep my peltors.

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