Best High-Visibility Winter Running Gear
Brooks NightLife LS$80 1 of 13
This long-sleeve top is perfect for days when you don't need a jacket. It features a soft four-way stretch and a semi-fitted design to move with you when you're on the run. To ensure you're seen on the road, it includes reflectivity in strategic movement zones, as well as high visibility colors.
Asics Lite-Show Tight$90 2 of 13
Thanks to 360-degree retro-reflective seams and graphic detailing, the Lite Show Tights make you visible even in the dark of night. They also provide great warmth and overall comfort with a softshell front and a brushed inside for insulation. For convenience, they include a back stash pocket and drawcord for adjustability.
Under Armour Micro G Monza Night Running Shoe$109.99 3 of 13
Made with the nighttime runner in mind, Under Armour outfitted the Micro G Monza with all-over reflectivity. A soft and flexible mesh upper provides an almost sock-like fit and a molded 4D Foam footbed forms to fit each individual wearer.
Knuckle Lights$39.99 4 of 13
The Knuckle Lights are a great alternative to other lighting options when you're on the run. Simply strap each hand into a comfortable position and they will light the path in front of you, as well as make sure you're seen by oncoming traffic.
Saucony Sonic Reflex Jacket$110 5 of 13
The beauty of this jacket is that you can wear it day or night. In low-light conditions, the 360-degree reflectivity will ensure drivers can spot you. During the day, those reflective elements remain stealthy to keep you from looking like a construction cone. The Sonic Reflex also touts wind and water resistance, as well as great breathability, making it fit for a variety of temperatures.
180s Strobeanie$50 6 of 13
This new hat from 180s keeps you both warm and safe. It's marked by a rear LED stripe of bright red lights and 360-degree reflective print. Made with a QuantumHeat liner, it wicks moisture and retains heat even on the coldest runs.
Headsweats High Visibility Race Hat$22 7 of 13
This hat employs both high visibility coloring and reflective trim. It features a Coolmax shell and terry sweatband to keep you dry and comfortable on warm weather runs.
Sugoi Zap LT Jacket$110 8 of 13
The Zap LT Jacket's most notable visibility feature is its reflective flatlock seams and trim detailing. It's available in some eye-popping colors, like Super Pink, for even greater visibility. A versatile option for both windy and rainy runs, this is a perfect three-season option.
Seal Skinz Ultra Grip High Vis Gloves$50 9 of 13
These gloves provide a pop of color, along with windproof and waterproof qualities. To ensure breathability and comfort, Seal Skinz uses StretchDry technology that fit close to your hands without being constricting.
Roxy Get Glowing Vest$168 10 of 13
This vest lives up to its name with its superior reflective elements. It's a great choice for runners who want a simple piece that can be thrown over a variety of other layers. A racerback style makes it easy to wear as an outer shell with short sleeves, long sleeves and even light jackets.
New Balance Glow Beacon Jacket$174.99 11 of 13
This jacket stands apart from the rest because of its glow-in-the-dark technology. Simply charge the jacket under light for a few minutes and you'll glow your entire run. Paired with reflective trim, you'll be hard to miss.
Black Diamond Equipment Sprinter$79.95 12 of 13
This headlamp is made with the nighttime runner in mind. Less bulky than most other headlamps, it won't bounce and slip around when you're on the move. Touting a TriplePower LED with 130 lumens, it's a great option for varied terrain or uneven pathways when you need assistance seeing and being seen.