Lifestyle Reflective gear to sport from head to toe outdoors By MEREDITH DELISO November 4, 2014 5:17 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Daylight Saving Time has officially ended, and the days are noticeably darker earlier (hello, 4:50 p.m. sunsets). In the eyes of dedicated runners though, the sun doesn't necessarily set on training, and the sidewalks and parks of New York City are still fair game. To help make sure you stand out on those nighttime, as well as early morning, pre-sunrise runs, here are a few reflective pieces to sport from head to toe. BackBeat FIT Case Photo Credit: Bruce Ashley Photography Besides providing some tunes, these high-tech headphones are great for outdoor training for two reasons: The reflective finish helps you be seen at night, and the audio helps you hear your music as well as your surroundings. They’ll also stand up to rain (and sweat). The wireless headset connects to your phone — which can be secured in an accompanying armband. $129.99; Plantronics.com Brooks Running Women's Nightlife LS Photo Credit: Brooks Running Layer on a cool reflective piece with this hot-pink number. The pullover is designed for shorter days, with reflectivity built into the back pocket, shoulders and sleeves. The semi-fitted top also features a hood and ruching. If pink’s not your thing, it also comes in bright green and blue. A men’s equivalent is also available. $80; Brooksrunning.com Brooks Running Men's Infiniti Tight III Photo Credit: Brooks Running These tights can help keep you warm while also providing some key reflectivity. The compressive, stretch fabric features reflectivity on the thigh and calf, along with ankle zippers for the best fit, mesh pockets at the hips and a back pocket. A women’s version is also available. $95; Brooksrunning.com Asics GEL-Kayano 21 Lite-Show Running Shoe Photo Credit: Asics Asics’ Lite-Show collection features reflective apparel, accessories and even footwear. This model is one of the best it has to offer and features glow-in-the-dark gel and retro-reflective thread technology sewn right into the seams, which helps enhance visibility during low-light hours. Other features of the sneaks include cushioning, heel support and stretch mesh that adapts to the wearer’s foot. $170; Asics.com By MEREDITH DELISO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.