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The Best New Reflective Workout Gear to Rock This Winter

Athleta Accelerate Reflective Jacket

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Not your traditional swishy rain jacket, this fabric is super sleek, lightweight, and has reflective yarns woven in to shine bright in low light. ($118; athleta.com)

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New Balance Vazee Pace Beacon

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New Balance's Vazee Pace sneaker gets an upgrade with this special edition that features 360 degrees of reflectivity and highly visibile color pops. ($120; newbalance.com)

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Lululemon Lights Out Speed Tight

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Don't be fooled, this isn't your basic black Lulu legging! These special-edition running tights feature micro-sized glass beads printed right onto the fabric for high-impact reflectivity to keep you illuminated during long-distance runs. Not to mention, multiple pockets allow you to easily store your keys, phone, and other essentials. ($198; lululemon.com)

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Griffin LightRunner Armband

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Sure, this armband will protect your phone so you can enjoy your workout hands-free, but its built-in flashing LED lights (you can choose from three flash settings) make this a safety must-have for nighttime (or early a.m.) workouts. ($40; griffintechnology.com)

 

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Nathan Sports Fire & Ice Water Bottle

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Throw this insulated bottle in your bike holder for cold, refreshing sips on long rides. It has full-circle reflectivity, as well as a leak-free top that’s easy to grab, squeeze, and gulp on the go. ($12; nathansports.com)

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Brooks Running Drift Shell

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Wind- and water-resistant, this breathable running jacket is perfect for chilly or wet nights, and features retroreflectivity on the front and back. ($135; brooksrunning.com)

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Under Armour See Me Go Run Glove

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You can still navigate your smartphone with the touchscreen-friendly fingertips of these sleek gloves, which also have a reflective logo and trims. Plus, with a thermo lining that retains body heat, they’ll keep your hands toasty too. ($30; ua.com)

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Tory Sport Reversible Logo Bra

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Everything you expect from a great running bra (think: moisture wicking, comfort, high support, durability) with the addition of a super-cute reversible design and reflective logo detail that makes a major splash. Win-win! ($60; torysport.com)

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Sweaty Betty Thermodynamic Run Top

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Whether for running or cycling, this thermal top is perfect for keeping you warm (and protected!) this winter. Subtle from the front, the back boasts reflective panels for 360-degree visibility at night. ($165; sweatybetty.com)

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Brooks Running Bolt Bracelet

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You may not have thought to add a bracelet to your running wardrobe, but this onewhich features retroreflectivity for nighttime visibility—is an affordable and smart add-on to keep handy this winter. ($20; brooksrunning.com)

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Under Armour SpeedForm Fortis Night

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Subtle to the naked eye, these running sneaks actually feature glass bead reflective patterns that light up the entire shoe for optimum visibility while you're out on those dark runs. ($120; underarmour.com)

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Sweaty Betty Running Headband

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Described by the brand as their 'most innovative cold weather accessory yet,' this water- and wind-resistant headband has super soft fleece lining for insulation and a reflective print for visibility. ($40; sweatybetty.com)

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Nike ShieldRunner Flash Jacket

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This jacket is designed to keep you warm and visible in the coldest and wettest weather this winter. Wear it during the day, but stay protected even in dark conditions with the super reflective coating that covers the top of the jacket and hood. ($350; nike.com)

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