Have you thought about your safety plan for those evening runs this fall and winter yet? While many runners focus on winter running gear such as tights, winter accessories, etc, it is just as important to plan your visibility gear as well.
With a #RunStreak of almost 2000 days (yes, 1+ mile per day, for almost 2000 days straight), I am getting stressed about the shorter days coming up soon as we make our way through fall and winter. Since I am not a lover of the treadmill, a lot of my miles in the upcoming months have to be in the evening after dusk. As I start to plan ahead for the upcoming few months, I started to think of ways that I can keep myself safe while logging my miles.
I usually have things like my phone and a water bottle with me on my run, so I am usually juggling at least one thing in my hands (if not more), so a visibility item that I can wear (and not carry) is very appealing to me. I was excited when I learned about Noxgear Tracer 360 as I knew this could be something very useful for me as I continue to chug away at my training miles in the upcoming months (and beyond).
In order to give you an optimal fit, there are three sizes of Noxgear Tracer 360 available - small, medium/large, and extra large. While the Noxgear Trace 360 has minimal fabric-to-body fabric contact, there is a sweat resistant, breathable strap that goes around the chest in order to keep the Noxgear Tracer 360 in place. I am in the in between area where I could go with the small or the medium/large.
While the Noxgear Tracer 360 is great for running, it is great for other outdoor activities such as cycling, walking, and even walking your dog. Speaking of walking dogs, Noxgear has a special product just for your four-legged furry friend, the LightHound which is an illuminated vest designed for dogs.