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Night visibility while running
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I found it!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/...page_Featured_2_efec

Well, they would be awesome but then I read the bit about "not water resistant" Shucks. These would be hilarious to run in.
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Re: Night visibility while running [determination] [ In reply to ]
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If you really want to be visible when biking or running in the dark, I highly recommend the following illuminated safety vest from Noxgear:

https://noxgear.com/

It's comfortable and highly visible.

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Re: Night visibility while running [brokenspoke] [ In reply to ]
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Hear yourself breathe with this one http://www.roadnoise.com/faq.


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Re: Night visibility while running [determination] [ In reply to ]
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Those shoe things look interesting. Lately I've been running with my bike headlight in my hand. Pretty effective.
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Re: Night visibility while running [karencoutts] [ In reply to ]
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I made a headband for my Exposure Lights Joystick (it's a really small helmet light) and use that all the time for running. That way I don't have to worry about holding something and I know if I look at a car, they will see me. It was pretty easy - just used elastic and sewed it together.

Blog Post on the headbands


I don't run with it set on high, but the ability to have that much light has come in handy for trail running in the early AM


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Re: Night visibility while running [determination] [ In reply to ]
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as if lights on one's shoes aren't geeky enough, I love that those are *programmable*

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Re: Night visibility while running [determination] [ In reply to ]
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Has anyone tried these: http://www.knucklelights.com/
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Re: Night visibility while running [johnnybefit] [ In reply to ]
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I run with both the Noxgear vest (mentioned in a previous post above) so other people can see me and also use the knuckle lights so I can see where I'm going. I love them both. The vest is super light weight - I don't even realize I have it on and the knuckle lights are light weight as well. I can cinch them down on my hands so I don't have to hold onto them (I have small hands too). I am a person that hates running with stuff in my hands and the knuckle lights don't bother me at all.


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Re: Night visibility while running [f_ahsile04] [ In reply to ]
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f_ahsile04 wrote:
I run with both the Noxgear vest (mentioned in a previous post above) so other people can see me and also use the knuckle lights so I can see where I'm going. I love them both. The vest is super light weight - I don't even realize I have it on and the knuckle lights are light weight as well. I can cinch them down on my hands so I don't have to hold onto them (I have small hands too). I am a person that hates running with stuff in my hands and the knuckle lights don't bother me at all.

Thanks, this is great info. I appreciate it!
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