+1 .Fatjock said::lol: ........Surely which color is "cooler" is just a question of personal taste? :lol:
Me, i tend to think any Hi-Viz (and that includes white) colors are "cool", because they might represent the difference between bing in an accident, and not being in an accident.
Reference: Colors for Daytime Cycling Visibility: Effect of Color Blindness, Dartmouth College, http://www.dartmouth.edu/~sullivan/bike/colorbv.htmlThe main conclusion is that all the shades of yellow or yellow-green I tested worked well for any type of color blindness. The advantage of the fluorescent yellow-green jacket seems to be diminished a bit for color-blind people, but it is still on par with other types of yellow cycling gear. Anecdotal reports from a (very) few color-blind cyclists I've heard tend to confirm that fluorescent yellow-green jackets are good.