When the sun goes down, it's time to turn up the lights.
You want to be visible on your dark runs so drivers, cyclists and other pedestrians can see you. But, to be seen, you have to take visibility into your own hands.
With reflective running clothes, high-visibility running lights and more of our favorite low-light running gear, you can make sure you're visible to anyone who might cross your path.
You can never fully trust a driver, cyclist or other runner to see you when you're running at night or early in the morning—even if you're covered head to toe in reflective running gear. So it's important you take safety into your own hands.
Use these tips to stay safe when running in the dark: