SINGLE BULB HEAD TORCH
MULTI-LED HEAD TORCH
These are often different colours such as red or green. While they do provide more light they usually have less beam distance than a single LED.
SINGLE LED HEAD TORCH
COMBINED LIGHT HEAD TORCH
Using both halogen (or similar) and a number of LEDs these head torches are great for runners; the standard bulb gives good visibility at range while the LED is ideal for close and powerful illumination giving you have a variety of options to help see the path ahead.
While most of us would prefer to run during the day with the sun shining, busy schedules and limited daylight hours often mean running in the dark evenings or the low light of the morning.
Although it can seem a little daunting, don't let the dark stop you heading out; stay alert and follow these tips for staying safe while running at night. Remember, it you don't feel comfortable outside, there's always the treadmill instead.
When running in the wet, windy, cold and changeable British weather, staying warm and dry without overheating can be a difficult balancing act.
To easily adapt to your environment in changeable weather, you will need a technical ‘layering system’ that wicks away sweat and allows you to comfortably run in varying temperatures and unpredictable weather conditions.
You should always layer-up as though it’s 10°C warmer for cold weather running, but it’s important to take the wind chill factor into account too (wind removes heat faster from the skin, making it seem cooler).