TODAY’S PATENT- EARHOLE COVER FOR HEADGEAR
Today’s Patent ‘Earhole cover for headgear’ was invented by Sam Neverson Hardy, III on July 2, 2013, bearing patent no. US8474064B2.
This present invention an ear hole cover secures to an ear hole in headgear such as baseball and football helmets. This ear hole cover has a body having an inner surface and a planner outer surface. These devices are included for securing the body to the ear hole in the headgear. In this device, at least one hole extends through the body from the outer surface to the inner surface and one hole for passing sound through the body to an ear of a wearer of the headgear. There is an indicia surface that extends across the planar outer surface for displaying an indicium, such as a team logo or mascot. So basically, the purpose behind this invention is to protect an ear.