You’re no match for a car, so make sure drivers can see you. When you’re awake before the sun or out after it hits the horizon, being visible could save your life. But lights aren’t your only defense. Make sure you know how to stay safe in the dark with these tips.
Being able to see and be seen is critical when it comes to fall and winter running when you log most of your miles in the pre- and post- daylight hours. From lights to vests to reflective apparel, we have a great assortment of running gear that will keep you visible in low-light situations.