Nathan Halo Fire Runner's Headlamp

Nathan Halo Fire Runner's Headlamp
Nathan Halo Fire Runner's Headlamp
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Halo Fire Runner's Headlamp by Nathan
Don't let long days at the office get in the way of your running goals. The Nathan Halo Fire Runner's Headlamp offers versatile lighting options to help you see and be seen whether you're on a remote trail or under city lights. Two down-angled LEDs help you see the road or trail directly in front of you for sure footing, while a long-distance beam illuminates the path ahead to help you prepare for what's next. Five modes offer varying levels of brightness, including a strobe mode that flashes at the brightest setting. From there you have three settings options. Manual control lets you cycle through the modes with the press of a button. Manual + Auto-Strobe still lets you cycle manually, but engages the strobe mode when activated by significant changes in ambient light, such as car headlights. The final setting is RunWave + Auto-Strobe, which lets you cycle through the modes with the simple wave of your hand in front of the headlamp so you never have to break your stride.

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SKU: NAT001R
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