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"Headlamps used to be for coal miners and tomb raiders.
Then someone discovered their other practical uses, such as for dead-of-night potty breaks on camping trips (the “hands-free” component being nearly as important as the illumination). Now, headlamps are considered essential tools for enjoying or even surviving adventures in the dark.
That’s especially true this time of year, when the days are shortening and there’s less natural light to illuminate a path or road.
“The potholes are what concern me more than anything else,” said Kathleen Daly, head training group coach and fit specialist for Fleet Feet Sports in Santa Rosa."