WAREHAM, Mass. (For immediate release) – GoMotion’s innovative Sport Runner Litebelt captured high praise in Health Magazine’s just-released July/August issue, garnering an “America’s Healthiest Gear” award.
The Sport Runner Litebelt won the “Best reflective device/light” award, one of 24 “must-have” products spotlighted by the editors of the prestigious women's health and lifestyle magazine.
A wearable hi-output LED mounted to a contoured belt with breathable mesh construction, the Sport Runner Litebelt is perfect for exercise in low-light conditions as a replacement to uncomfortable headlamps, cumbersome flashlights, and unflattering reflective vests. Health’s editors noted several outstanding features of Litebelt, including the adjustable light beam, the flashing rear taillight, reflective trim and two zip-up pockets
The Sport Runner Litebelt is one of just five award-winning products feted in the “tools” category, alongside other proven gear from Timex, Camelbak, High Gear and Timbuk2.
“We’re extremely pleased a publication as prominent as Health recognizes the quality and usefulness of the Sport Runner Litebelt,” said Jonathan Craig, co-founder of GoMotion. “Given how many products Health’s editorial team considered and tested, the fact we were recognized further reinforces our belief that our products allow people to be active outdoors, regardless of schedules, in order to stay healthy and safe”.
GoMotion’s complete line of wearable lighting systems will be on display at the Summer Outdoor Retailer Show being held July 21-24 in Salt Lake City. Craig said GoMotion will proudly display the “America’s Healthiest Gear” award in booth #30150w.
GoMotion products are available across the U.S. at select outdoor gear stores, specialty running stores, and on-line retailers including Amazon.com, Travelcountry.com, and Shoebuy.com.
For more information about Health Magazine’s award winners, click here.
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