Light up the Night with Run Lites!
Run Lites are gloves that have rechargeable and removable lights built-in to the glove. Only RunLites gloves give you the light that you need i when you’re enjoying an outdoor activity at night like running, walking, cycling, hiking or hunting. They have many different styles to choose from and all of them provide up to 15 feet of light. Whatever your activity or hobby is that is outside, RunLites will help you enjoy it even in the dark.
Spring has arrived. I love it! We get to spend more time outside as we enjoy the sunshine. Trips to the park, walks outside, riding bikes around the block are now on our list of daily activities. Spring time also means that there are areas that have to be cleaned out after being shut up for the winter. I am starting to get my planting supplies out, all of our sporting gear and rearranging the garage. Our family loves to take bike rides together, walks down the block and even hikes in the woods. All of these fun activities are possible if the sun is up. Once it gets darker out though, we have to head inside.
I was thrilled to get the chance to use Run Lites. I loved the fact that these were regular gloves with lights attached to them. The gloves are lightweight and very stretchy. This makes them super comfortable and transitional into many sports and uses. There is a reflective strip on the gloves that works great at night and is so perfect for added safety while walking or running outside.
The rechargeable lights are so easy to use. They simply slide into a custom-made pocket on the top of the glove and with a light tap they will turn on and off. This was so nice and easy to operate. Just tap the top of the glove and the light will turn on, flash beacon style or turn off. Once they run out of battery, just plug them in using the USB adapter that comes in the box and you are ready for hours more of fun in the dark.
Overall I was thrilled with these gloves. Lightweight, easy to turn on and off, and simple to charge the lights. I would highly recommend these for all of your outdoor nighttime sporting activities. What are you looking forward to do most now that it is spring?