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I have purchased my Alpkit Gamma to get me out on the trail during the early hours. So far, though, I haven't used it as I have been able to delay my start until it is just light enough to see. I'm bottling it a bit ... and this is down to the recent weather and the practicalities of how I'm going to use the torch.
I wear specs. I have to wear specs - it's not an optional choice for me if I expect to survive the run. For this reason I often wear a peaked running cap. In the absence of mini-windscreen-wipers fitted to the lenses, I need something to keep the rain off as much as possible. I don't cope well with multiple images, otherwise I'd have been born a fly.
So, does anybody have any suggestions of how best to wear the head torch (keep it clean, please)? If I try under the cap, then it probably wouldn't take much wind to blow the cap off. Over the cap and the peak gets in the way rendering said headtorch moribund.
As my runs increase in distance, I can't avoid the dark for much longer.
Please take pity and provide me with a brilliant, effective solution. And don't say "use a treadmill"