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2022 Flectr Zero Bike Reflector

2022 Flectr Zero Bike Reflector

Flectr’s updated bike safety accessory improves nighttime visibility without impacting aerodynamics. These slimline reflectors attach to wheel spokes and weigh just 0.6 to 0.8 g. Their micro-prismatic reflectors are extremely efficient at bouncing light, ensuring you’ll be seen. Available for round or bladed spokes.

Chrome Night Collection

Chrome Night Collection

Chrome makes a series of excellent accessories optimized for nighttime visibility. The collection includes a windbreaker jacket, messenger bag, backpack, sling bag, sneakers, socks, and caps, all featuring highly reflective materials integrated into their designs.

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RydeSafe Iron-on Reflectives

RydeSafe Iron-on Reflectives

RydeSafe’s iron-on dots are designed to improve visibility and safety when riding your bike at night. they’re made using microscopic glass beads that concentrate and reflect light, and come in a variety of shapes, so you can make whatever pattern you’d like on your clothing. also makes reflective stick-ons for your bike.

Flectr 360 Wing Reflectors

Flectr 360 Wing Reflectors

A new version of the Flectr bike reflector that ensures your bike remains visible from every angle when hit by headlights. The revamped design is more streamlined and stylish than ever, while visibility is better too. Installation is easy – just clean your bike rims, peel the backing, and stick.

Welder Ghost Reflective Jacket

Welder Ghost Reflective Jacket
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Imperial Motion’s windbreaker looks almost solid black in the daylight, but when hit with a light, it offers up a reflective pattern to help you be seen when walking at night. Features perforated panels for ventilation, and ribbed cuffs and a ribbed waistband.

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