Houston, TX, US

Feels like 60°F
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Dew Point 60°F
Clouds Clear
Pressure 1028 mb
Visibility 10 mi
Conditions: rain

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Ryders Eyewear Rockslide Polarized Sunglasses


Sunglasses will keep the sun out of your eyes and protect them from its harmful rays. They can also help keep wind or precipitation out of your eyes. The best sunglasses will be lightweight and have ample UV protection. Interchangable lenses will give you the most flexibility.

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Baseball cap

Baseball cap

A baseball-style cap with a visor will provide protection from the sun as well as shielding your face from lighter precipitation. For best results, try a lightweight breathable hat designed to hold up against the rain, snow, and perspiration.

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Nike Miler Dri-Fit UV Short Sleeve T-Shirt


A short-sleeved shirt made of a technical fabric is ideal and will help wick sweat from your skin for maximum comfort.

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ASICS Men's 55 Short


A nice pair of shorts is crucial for most temperatures and conditions. A built-in liner to reduce chafing and keep you comfortable is helpful. And something made from a technical fabric or nylon will be light and comfortable. Stay away from cotton here if you can! And it wouldn't hurt to ensure they have some reflective areas!

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Coppertone Sport Breathable Sunscreen Lotion SPF 15


Prevent sunburn and exposure to harmful UV rays by getting some sunblock -- ideally one with a 30 SPF rating or higher.

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Nathan Streak Reflective Vest

Reflective gear

Make sure you can be seen at night! Try to wear clothing with reflective surfaces, or get a special reflective vest or wearable LED blinking lights. You're much harder to see at night than you think!

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RoadID wearable identification


It's always a good idea to be prepared for possible trouble. Keep some ID on you in case the worst happens. Throw your license or business card in your back pocket, or better yet -- use something like a RoadID that can also contain additional vital information if you're in trouble.

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