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Image via Amazon

LED Shoelaces

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 5
Other benefits: Adding extra glow to your favorite hypebeast kicks.

These LED shoelaces aren’t just for kids; they’re a great way to bring some light to an otherwise bland pair of runners. They can be adjusted to stay on, flash, or even double flash, allowing for added visibility when you need it most.

$5

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Image via Nathan Sports

Nathan Intensity BlackLight

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 7
Other benefits: You’ll be able to keep your phone, water, and other necessities at hand.

Nathan’s BlackLight collection uses a special black fabric with high reflectivity, providing plenty of illumination from behind. The Intensity uses a special harness to keep the bag in place, meaning you’ll barely notice you’re wearing it during lengthy treks.

$130

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Image via Brooks Running

Brooks Nightlife Arm and Leg Bands

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 4
Other benefits: The fluorescent colors can add a bright pop to an otherwise drab outfit.

These arm and leg bands from Brooks aren’t going to turn you into the Silver Surfer, but they’re the perfect thing to have handy just in case you end up needing them.

$15

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Image via Amazon

Fenix HL10 Headlamp

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 5
Other benefits: You never know when you’ll need a portable light.

The great thing about the Fenix HL10 Headlamp is that there’s so many uses for it. Lacking visibility up top? Strap it around your head. Need more light down low? Tie it around your waist.

$30

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Image via Nite Ize

Nite Ize Shoelit

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 4
Other benefits: Stunting at the club.

Light up shoes are nothing new, but the Shoelit from Nite Ize takes it to another level by fastening to shoelaces. From there, the water resistant LED adds just the right amount of light to keep you seen and safe.

$5

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Image via Nike

Nike Shield Flash Max

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 9
Other benefits: It’s both waterproof and wind resistant.

Nike’s Shield Flash Max jacket looks like something that might pop up in a Comme des Garçons lookbook, but you can rest assured that this is bult with performance in mind. Its reflective micro dot print gives off visibility from all angles, and manages to look pretty sweet in daylight, too.

$495

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Image via Asics

Asics Lite-Tech Vest

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 6
Other benefits: This is perfect for cycling, too.

When it comes to high vis vests, there’s a fine line between looking like a runner and resembling a construction worker. This vest from Asics has a slim, streamlined fit that won’t be mistaken for anything but high performance.

$30

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Image via Nike

Nike Flash Running Tights

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 7
Other benefits: The Dri-Fit material will keep you cool and comfortable.

There have been some pretty wild uses of reflective materials over the years, but few pattens can compare to these Flash running tights from Nike. The linear design ensures you’ll be seen wherever you please, from the streets to the courts. 

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Image via Supreme

Supreme Hi-Vis 5 Panel

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 5
Other benefits: If you ever get a roadwork job, you’ll already have the hat.

We already touched on how awesome it would be if Supreme made performance gear, but in the meantime, this Hi Vis 5-Panel hat will get the job done in low lighting situations. Just be sure to cop it fast, there’s no telling when this one will disappear.

$44

Image via Road Runner Sports
Image via Road Runner Sports

R-Gear See Me LED Shoe Cuff

On a scale of stealth (1) to night vision (10), this is a: 4
Other benefits: It’s great for biking as well.

If LED laces and a clip-on light aren’t quite enough for you, this heel cuff from Road Runner Sports’ R-Gear brand is the final piece you need for full-on illumination. It’s both water and slip resistant, so you don’t have to worry about it falling off during wet runs.

$15

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