Headlamps Light Up a Spot
Notice how flat the objects on the ground look.
Being able to clearly see the environment around you is key to staying safe and performing your best. Having a great lighting system could mean the difference between a PR and a DNF. Each of Ra's five lighting modules is as bright as a high-quality headlamp. But instead of lighting up a spot, Ra lights up an entire area, making it easier to navigate even the roughest of terrain.
With 800 continuous lumens of warm, natural light and an innovative lens system, Ra stands in a category of lighting all by itself. Ra's critically designed lens spreads light uniformly so there's no bouncing hot spot or halos to interfere with your vision and cause motion sickness.
Notice the depth and dimension of the objects on the ground.
Kogalla RA floods the area with warm, natural light.
Strap the Kogalla Ra Adventure Light to your backpack, jacket, shirt, etc and never worry about adventuring outdoors without enough light again. With 800 lumens of illumination, you’ll never want to run, hike, or camp without it. Traditional headlamps can’t even compare to the flood of light provided by the Ra Adventure Light. The flexible spring steel frame conforms to many shapes and is even waterproof up to one meter. This hands-free alternative to headlamps provides uniform illumination for your adventures no matter how dark.
The Ra Adventure Light is made with five impossibly bright CREE LEDs and is as strong as five high-quality headlamps. Its warm, natural glow illuminates an entire area, including your peripheral vision, eliminating the need to constantly turn your head to see what adventure is coming next. Ra easily straps onto backpacks, or other gear and its magnetic frame mounts to hiking, running, camping gear, car hoods and more. customers to your store.
He’s 50 years old, but age is just a number, and how one lives life is merely a state of mind.
If you have ever met Matt Van Horn, you know a truer statement has never been written. And on September 10, he will prove that statement once again by tackling the prestigious Wasatch Front 100-mile Endurance Run. The goal he has set for himself is to run the course faster than he ever has before.
On August 13, Helgi Olafson of Pompano Beach, Florida, will not only attempt to complete the 650-mile Triple Crown of 200’s, but he has the goal of connecting each of the three races by foot over a span of 61 days, totaling 2,850 miles.
A broken foot and wildfires require adaptation, improvisation, and determination!
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According to Olafson, this journey will serve many purposes: one being to bring attention to ankylosing spondylitis, which is something he has battled for the past 20 years.
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