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OK, here's a way to increase your nighttime visibility on your existing textile gear, and your motorcycle itself:


https://albedo100us.com
Some different types:

Albedo100 Invisible Bright is a spray with light-reflective properties intended for use on textiles. The spray is invisible in daylight but light-reflective in the dark.


Albedo100 Light Metallic is a spray with light-reflective properties that sticks to most surfaces, and resists wind and rain. The spray is UV-resistant and is durable on materials such as wood, concrete, metal, stone etc.

Here it is on cyclists:



The only negative is it's not used on leather, but is good on textiles.

http://therideadvice.com/volvo-life-paint-the-best-way-to-survive-a-crash-is-not-to-crash/
 

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Whoa, that us bad ass! I think I might pick some of that up just to see. It looks Luke it's washable according to their website too! Don't like it? Wash it off!
 

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I understand the pic is supposed to be an interpretation of how the product is intended to work, but had to lol at the fact that they whited out the third dude's rim where it sits behind the second guys front tire.

I would like to see it in person. seems like a cool idea.


Ha! just saw they have one for horses and pets too.!
 

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I understand the pic is supposed to be an interpretation of how the product is intended to work, but had to lol at the fact that they whited out the third dude's rim where it sits behind the second guys front tire.

I would like to see it in person. seems like a cool idea.


Ha! just saw they have one for horses and pets too.!
Lol good catch on the tire. They couldve done a better job with the photos. If the product is really that great...why not take an actual picture of it working instead of photoshopping some shit? The shadows kinda give it away too lol.
 

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I wonder how this would work on my textile carry on luggage? Can you imagine the reaction at the X-Ray machine, or at the luggage carosel?
 
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