Light & Motion Vis 360 Running Headstrap

Light & Motion Vis 360 Running Headstrap
Light & Motion Vis 360 Running Headstrap
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Vis 360 Running Headstrap by Light & Motion
Though the Vis 360 lights it's built to work with were initially designed for cycling, Light & Motion's Vis 360 Running Headstrap converts them for pedestrian use. They're fine for running, sure, but they're also ideal for everything from camping to, well, running while camping. Basically anything you do in the dark on two feet.

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SKU: LTM003C
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