The Best Reflective Gear for Running at Night
The best reflective running gear
As the days get shorter, getting your run in after work inevitably means hitting the pavement at dusk or even after the sun has already set. While exercising is important for your health, staying safe should be your number one priority.
With this in mind, athletic brands from adidas to ASICS have added cool new reflective features to their latest collections. From shorts designed specifically for nighttime runners to a baseball-style cap with piping that glows in the dark, these picks will keep you protected from street traffic. And don't fret—they're still super stylish.
Brooks Chaser 5" Shorts
To buy: $52,
Side splits on the Brooks Chaser 5-in. Short help range of motion, and a wide waistband is a tummy’s BFF.
Columbia Trail Flash™ Running Hat
To buy: $30,
The Columbia Trail Flash Running Hat is a noggin must-have, whether you’re hitting the road during the day (it’s UPF 50) or at twilight (hello, allover luminosity).
ASICS Lite-Show Favorite Long Sleeve
To buy: $55,
The pattern along the sides of the Asics Lite-Show Favorite Long Sleeve visually slims your torso and bounces flashes of light back to cars.
Nike Aeroloft Running Vest
To buy: $180,
The geometric pattern on the woven Nike Aeroloft Vest doesn’t just look cool; it’s also a stealthy way to stay seen in low light. Also handy: This super-warm topper packs into its own pocket.
adidas Supernova Storm Jacket
Reflective sleeves on the Adidas Supernova Storm Jacket offer instant visibility. Plus, a sweatproof pocket is perfect for valuables.
To buy: $90,
adidas by Stella McCartney Women's Ultra Boost Knit Lace Up Sneakers
To buy: $220,
The tire-like soles on the Adidas by Stella McCartney UltraBoost grip the ground, while metallic details illuminate miles.
Tory Sport Graphic T Mesh Racerback Tank
To buy: $95,
Surprise! The "T" design on the airy Tory Sport Reflective Print Mesh-Back Tank catches the light.