Michael finds Knuckle Lights easy to run and recently used them during a race. He received plenty of compliments as part of the race course was pitch black!
Once past the winter solstice, it’s all downhill towards more daylight! Kimberly loves her Knuckle Lights for their functionality and convenience and also wears bright, reflective clothing to stay extra bright and visible.
Jeremy prefers Knuckle Lights to other illuminated night running gear as he appreciates the freedom to aim the light where he wants to without having to shine it where it’s not needed or, even worse, straight into an oncoming driver’s eyes!
Knuckle Lights are ideal for Cheryl as they highlight the direct route in front of her without causing her to have to look down. You just simply point them where you want in a moment’s time!
Because Lee runs almost entirely in the dark, Knuckle Lights are a good fit. She doesn’t like carrying things when she runs and and appreciates having her hands free to hit a crosswalk light or adjust a waistband. She loves that Knuckle Lights give her a seperate light on each hand and they sit there without the need to ‘hold on’. It not only about seeing where she’s going but even more important that drivers and cyclists can see her!
Want to stay safe and seen and bright on your next walk/run in the dark? Have you tried headlamps and you find they leave you with a red mark on your forehead and a lingering headache? Well, we are here to give you 5 headlamp alternatives to make you the brightest light while you’re out and about getting ready to make 2019 your fittest year yet.
Did you know how many different Knuckle Lights COLORS we have! Check out all your options and then hop on over to our shop page to pick your favorite!
Stay bright this season and, most of all, safe! Thanks to all our great fans for these great photos from the last year: @funnerrunner @mr.gabrielortega @engineer_gal @runningonthefly @healthfitnessnut @ericmwalk @gocraigrun @lee_beem @runnerdgirl @raceadvisors
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