Crooked Horn Outfitters Bino-Shield
The perfect companion for the Bino-System. Works with any neck strap and holds your binoculars tightly against your chest--no more bouncing around. Simply wrap the elastic strap around your body and buckle it, then slip your binoculars into the Bino-Shield as they hang from your existing harness or neck strap. cover and uncover them with ease, keeps binoculars clean and dry. Handy zippered pocket is ideal for holding licenses, calls, rangefinder and more. Doubles as a binoculars carrying case when not in use.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mudman3151 No dirt on my Bino's This is a must for all hunters who want to keep their bino's free of dirt and debris. I have a pair of Leicas and thought I took care to keep the covers on them, but would find dust and dirt all over them when arriving back at camp from the 4 plus mile ATV ride. So I purchased this handy little bino shield and there is no dirt whatsoever no matter the conditions I hunt in. They are no trouble to use and your bino's will still be easily accessible even if you leave in shield while in the field. November 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Antelopehunter Awesome Product! This is my third product from Crooked Horn Outfitters, always durable, easy to use and made in the USA. I just got new binoculars for Christmas, and my previous binos continued to get dirty from the Wyoming wind. Excellent protection from any weather condition. It also has a pouch for additional storage for hunting license, wallet or cell phone. Can't wait for Wyoming hunt this year! February 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by TejasHunter Fit for purpose I hunt in West Texas and the dust is crazy bad. The Bino-Shield protects my binoculars which enables me to just uncover them for a clear view. February 18, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by fisherdude1961 Excellent. Does a great job protecting my binoculars in all weather. Very easy to use, good quality. September 21, 2010
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