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Badlands Bino Strap Harness

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Keep your binoculars right at your fingertips with the Badlands Bino Strap Harness. This lightweight, easy wearing harness features wide perforated neoprene shoulder straps that eliminates sore shoulders and neck by distributing the weight of your binocular. Adjustable design ensure tension-free glassing. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: BLBCAP.

  • Lightweight, quiet, comfortable harness secures your optics
  • Supports weight with shoulders instead of neck - tension-free glassing
  • Evenly distributes the weight of your binoculars - eliminates neck fatigue
  • Fully adjustable
  • Wide, perforated neoprene shoulder straps
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Almost a really good set of bino straps. This company has some really great stuff. The quality is there on most of their products and the durability is awesome, but when it comes to the functionality and use out in the field, it lacks in some areas of performance. My straps fit like a body suit and I really like them for that reason. They don't slip off my shoulders and when I'm climbing with my climber tree stand they do well. However, when I'm scouting in the woods, I've started noticing my binoculars end up slipping below my belt. I'll pull the straps and bring them back up to my chest and eventually find them back below my belt again. The straps need some kind of clamp to prevent this from happening. December 16, 2012
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