ArroWhere

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ArroWhere’s reflective safety vest came to be when Maker Khyle Pinkman was inspired by a bike-riding family member. The cyclist, worried about how closely cars and trucks drove to him, sewed a reflective arrow (like a road sign) onto the back of his jacket. It did the trick of alerting drivers to give him more space and showed that people are more likely to react to something they recognize, like an arrow, faster. An ArroWhere vest features a reflective arrow on the front and back that gives drivers the visual cue to steer clear of cyclists, joggers, and dog walkers. And while it gives the wearer increased visibility (it's twice as bright as the typical safety standard), it also gives them increased peace of mind, too. A vest is an adjustable, easy add-on to your heading-out gear that lets you be seen up to quarter-mile away. That sounds like a good sign to us.

ArroWhere

Reflective Safety Vest

Be Seen

ArroWhere’s reflective safety vest came to be when Maker Khyle Pinkman was inspired by a bike-riding family member. The cyclist, worried about how closely cars and trucks drove to him, sewed a reflective arrow (like a road sign) onto the back of his jacket. It did the trick of alerting drivers to give him more space and showed that people are more likely to react to something they recognize, like an arrow, faster. An ArroWhere vest features a reflective arrow on the front and back that gives drivers the visual cue to steer clear of cyclists, joggers, and dog walkers. And while it gives the wearer increased visibility (it's twice as bright as the typical safety standard), it also gives them increased peace of mind, too. A vest is an adjustable, easy add-on to your heading-out gear that lets you be seen up to quarter-mile away. That sounds like a good sign to us.
ArroWhere
Independent Maker
Tech & Innovation

Quick Questions

How reflective are the arrow designs?

The arrows can be seen from up to a quarter-mile away. They use reflective material with a high candlepower rating (rating describes how reflective it is. The higher the number, the better). A license plate is about 50 candlepower. Safety industry standard is about 220. ArroWhere uses material that is closer to 500 candlepower.

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Reflective Safety Vest see details

ArroWhere

Reflective Safety Vest

Be Seen

ArroWhere’s reflective safety vest came to be when Maker Khyle Pinkman was inspired by a bike-riding family member. The cyclist, worried about how closely cars and trucks drove to him, sewed a reflective arrow (like a road sign) onto the back of his jacket. It did the trick of alerting drivers to give him more space and showed that people are more likely to react to something they recognize, like an arrow, faster.

An ArroWhere vest features a reflective arrow on the front and back that gives drivers the visual cue to steer clear of cyclists, joggers, and dog walkers. And while it gives the wearer increased visibility (it's twice as bright as the typical safety standard), it also gives them increased peace of mind, too. A vest is an adjustable, easy add-on to your heading-out gear that lets you be seen up to quarter-mile away. That sounds like a good sign to us.
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Quick Questions

How reflective are the arrow designs?

The arrows can be seen from up to a quarter-mile away. They use reflective material with a high candlepower rating (rating describes how reflective it is. The higher the number, the better). A license plate is about 50 candlepower. Safety industry standard is about 220. ArroWhere uses material that is closer to 500 candlepower.

Learn more about the product

Reflective Safety Vest see details