LRVS-33-R8

Nite Ize LED Run Vests

Nite Ize LED Run Vests

Description

The Nite Ize LED Run Vests provide a sleek, comfortable, and functional way to be seen and safe on low-visibility, early morning, and late night runs.

Features

  • Bright Red LED Illumination Front and Back, Glow Or Flash Modes
  • Weather Resistant Design And Construction
  • Back Zipper Pockets With Both Mesh And Weather Resistant Pocket Options That Easy Keep Your Personal Items Secure And Available During Your Run
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$35.99
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$29.67
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Details

Made of lightweight, water-resistant mesh, its two illuminated flexible polymer strips (front & back) can each be set to one of two bright LED modes (steady glow or flash), and the sides are trimmed with 360° passively reflective safety accents. The power/mode buttons are easily accessible on the front and back of the vest, and easily adjustable straps at the waist can be cinched for a precise fit. Two zip closure pockets in the back are individually sized to hold everything you need for your run, with one of the back pockets featuring a weather-resistant design to keep your cell phone or other valuables safe if you get caught out in the rain. There's even a handy key clip for your home or car key.

  • The LED Run Vest is a comfortable, lightweight safety vest that features both bright, active LED illumination as well as passively reflective safety accents
  • Bright Red LED illuminated Stripes are located on the front and back of the vest, and can be turned on/off individually
  • Back pocket includes handy key clip
  • Easily adjustable straps on both sides of the vest allow for precise fit for comfort while running
  • Battery Run Time: 100 hours
  • Easily replaceable batteries included (2 x 2032 3V Lithium Batteries)
  • Dimensions S/M: 18.2in x 12.0in x .01in
  • Weight S/M: 2.8oz

 

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Nite Ize LED Run Vests LRVS-33-R8 LED Run Vest, S/M
$29.67
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Nite Ize LED Run Vest - L/XL LRVL-33-R8 LED Run Vest, L/XL
$29.67
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