Stay safe this season with Nathan

Stay safe this season

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  November 17, 2014

Did you know that on average, more than 59,000 pedestrians are injured annually by cars? Don’t be a statistic. The Nathan visibility collection is designed with performance and aesthetics in mind, to keep you safe and moving, so you can have peace of mind with a body in motion. Check out the No Matter What Gear, LED lights and reflective gear.


Zephyr Fire 100 Hand Torch
This running-specific flashlight features an integrated 24-degree downward projection angle to focus light on the path ahead of you during your run – no need to twist your wrist! A rear-facing red LED gives you visibility from the back. Comes equipped with a comfy and adjustable hand strap that allows for an effortless carry in either hand.

HyperBright Strobe

HyperBrite Strobe
Small, but mighty! Nathan’s smallest and most powerful LED strobe clips anywhere so you can be seen everywhere. Varying LED intensities provide a high degree of visibility and combine the power of high Lumens with a low profile for enhanced safety.

QuickShot plus BlackLight

QuickShot Plus BlackLight
Featuring new, black light reflective fabric, this perennial best seller is transformed into the ideal Hi – Viz handheld for those short to mid range morning and evening runs. The featherlifght zippered pocket allows for on the go storage of smaller items like keys or nutrition.


Whether running or biking, having this secure and lightweight LED spur will help you stay seen and safe. Best yet? Its replaceable watch battery offers 100+ hours of illumination.


An incredibly lightweight and comfortable LED band, the LightBender wraps around your arm to provide 360-degree visibility. Better yet? It’s completely sweatproof, waterproof, and powered with an easily replaceable watch battery for 100+ hours of illumination.

To view the full range, click here! Available from Runners Need, Run4it and John Lewis.

Women's Running Magazine

NMA’s 2020 Lifestyle Magazine of the Year, Women’s Running provides expert advice on gear and training, motivation from your favourite runners and the latest running news.

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