Whether you've been caught out on the trail at night or you're cruising home from an evening out, the Joystick Mk13 Carbon Headlight from Exposure will light your way. This is the lightweight version of the standard Mk13 and saves grams with its lightweight carbon fiber body. It uses an intense and narrow beam and is best when paired with the flood of a handlebar light to illuminate the rocks and roots on the trail ahead. This powerful little guy emits 1000 lumens in its highest Optimum Mode Selector setting, ensuring that the new fallen log in your path doesn't catch you by surprise, as well as capturing the attention of motorists. Intelligent Thermal Management lets you get the maximum battery life by letting the CREE LED run cooler and its Fuel Gauge lets you easily check your runtime. The included mounts let you choose whether to attach this light to your helmet or your handlebars, and it's so lightweight you'll barely notice it's there. If the lack of daylight means your singletrack rides occur under the cover of darkness, the included USB charging cord makes this a cinch to charge at the office, and it does so in only three hours.
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