Exposure Link DayBright Light Combo

Exposure Link DayBright Light Combo
Exposure Link DayBright Light Combo
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Link DayBright Light Combo by Exposure
If your daily commute often takes you through dusk hours, reach for the Exposure Link DayBright Light Combo. This handy little light packs a big punch both behind and in front of you, mounting cleanly to your helmet, and utilizing lights facing both forward and backward to help you see and be seen.

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SKU: EXPF02N
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