Usage & set-up Tips and maintenance
Instructions for using the Road Noise Vest. Washing instructions. Troubleshooting help.
ROADNOISE vests give you the ability to hear your footsteps, your breathing, and your surroundings along with your favorite music. There's nothing in your ears and no dangling cords to get in the way. Just plug in your device and you're off running.
SOUND: The lightweight speakers fit in the shoulders right below (not in) your ears. the full-range, high-power speakers are loud enough to provide great sound without being overpowering. The speakers are easily removable if necessary.
FIT: The fit of a ROADNOISE vest is important for the total enjoyment of your run. Each size has been designed and tested with larger sound devices such as smart phones that fit comfortably at the base of your rib cage. the speakers rest on the front of your shoulders.
Your Roadnoise Vest is sure to become your favorite running partner. Your Roadnoise Vest should hold up to all the rigors of running an provide enjoyment for many miles to come. While the speakers can take some pounding and they're weather tolerant, we don't suggest using it for full-contact or water sports.
Usage tips for using your Roadnoise Long Haul Vest, and setting up the optional reservoir tube.
The Original Roadnoise Vest - Using the vest with your music device: Inside the front pocket is the speaker cord. Pull it out and plug the jack into your device as you would any earphones. The cord it long enough allowing you to program your device while wearing the vest.
Maintenance: To keep your Roadnoise Vest sounding great and looking good, remove the speakers and hand wash in mild detergent. Bleach will affect the performance to the reflective material, so don't use it. Don't wring it out as this will twist the speaker cables. It will dry quick enough just by hanging it up.
Troubleshooting: Once in awhile during packing/shipping the speakers may come loose or unplugged. If you experience static or cutting in & out try removing the speaker from the pocket as shown above. Unplug the cord then re-plug it until it clicks. Also, try wiping off the connector with a damp cloth or finger which may remove any dust that could be present.