Nathan Streak Reflective Vest
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- Reflective vest designed for runners and other athletes
- Made of soft, lightweight, breathable mesh material
- Allows full range of motion and guaranteed not to ride up
- Offers 360-degree visibility at distances of up to 1,200 feet
- Adjustable fit; includes reflective patches and strips
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Created for runners who find vests uncomfortable or performance-debilitating the Streak is ultra-lightweight and incredibly comfortable. It is designed to allow full range of motion and guaranteed not to ride up. It's almost like wearing nothing at all.
Created for runners who find most vests uncomfortable or performance debilitating, the Nathan Streak reflective vest is ultra lightweight and incredibly comfortable. The vest is made of a soft, lightweight, breathable mesh that's designed to allow a full range of motion and is guaranteed not to ride up. It's almost like wearing nothing at all. At the same time, the 400-candlepower vest offers 360-degree visibility at distances of up to 1,200 feet, so drivers, cyclists, and other runners can see you clearly after the sun sets. The adjustable-fit vest also includes large reflective patches on the chest and waist and reflective strips on the shoulders.
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It's frustrating that there's no sizing info on the web page or the box! Nathan is a name brand (not cheap), and it's weird for them to omit this. I'm 5'7' 170 lbs and the S/M is like a halter top -- it doesn't cover the stomach at all.
Update: It started to feel too loose, so I knotted the side straps before attaching the velro and it fits great now.
Cons: it doesn't have as much reflective areas as some others. There are some that have reflective piping all over - those seemed much more visible. If I were to buy another, I'd probably go with one of those - if you're going for visibility you might as well reflect as much light as possible.
One night I was running on a back country road, and this guy pulled up and said how well he could see me and thanked me for not being "a dumba$$ like those other runners who wear dark colors when running at night". That was a good feeling! And it made me feel a lot more safe when wearing it! I have also filled out the emergency contact info card that comes with the vest. I did leave it in accidentally when I washed it, but it was surprisingly in good shape. I have not use the key slot for my key yet, but it does look safe and secure. I always tie my key to the draw string of my shorts instead.
If anything ever happens to this vest, I will definitely buy another one just like it!
The vest fits well and there is very little movement as I run. When wearing a t-shirt, the vest does not rub against my neck. I live in New Hampshire and do my running on dirt roads in the early morning. This being the case, there are no street lights and little lighting from houses. There are also few cars, but those that are on the road, have little time to react to a runner given the low lighting and the hills and curves of our dirt roads. My prior vest was a "hunter orange" vest and I can tell that cars can see me sooner when I wear the Nathan Vest by when they are slowing down and steering clear of me. The vest is doing it's job.