THE BEST SOLUTION
Knuckle Lights are the first and only lights designed to be worn on your hands, perfectly positioned to light your path and be seen. For those who are up before the sun and still out when most are resting, there is now a product that will comfortably and powerfully light your next walk or run. No more uncomfortable head bands, flashlights or ineffective reflectors. Knuckle Lights are always ready when you are and capable of withstanding the harshest conditions.
Bright enough to see your entire path. There is nothing you won't see and no one that won't see you.
A USB charging dock will keep your Knuckle Lights charged and lasting long enough for your most ambitious runs.
Never worry if your accessories can handle the conditions outside, knuckle lights can handle anything you can.
"THESE LIGHTS ARE A LIFE SAVER!"
"I wanted to tell you that I absolutely love these Knuckle Lights!! I am able to go on my morning runs and be seen! It is so nice to have the ability to focus on running and not worry about tripping on uneven sidewalks. These lights are a lifesaver. When I received them for Christmas I was as happy as a kid who got their first bike!"
"PEOPLE KEEP ASKING ME WHERE I GOT THEM..."
"We just used them this past weekend at the 13 relay in Cape Cod. They were fantastic for the night portions. People keep asking me where I got the Knuckle Lights and I responded knucklelights.com of course!! Thanks again!"
"...MADE ME VISIBLE TO ONCOMING TRAFFIC!"
"Thank you so much for making Knuckle Lights! I ran with them this past week in the evening when it was quite dark out. They are fantastic! They not only lit up the road ahead such that I could see holes and debris, but they also made me quite visible to oncoming traffic! I love them! Thanks again!"
Carol W. Chesapeake, VA
Created for runners, by runners.
The challenges of walking or running early morning or late at night are felt by many. That is why Knuckle Lights founder Dan Hopkins decided to create an effective, comfortable solution. Read more about his story here.