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RedHead Binocular Harness System

   

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Binocular Harness

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  • $17.99

  • SKU: 1932707

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Binocular Harness

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  • $21.99

  • SKU: 1942387

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The RedHead Binocular Harness System uses your shoulders instead of your neck to support the weight of your favored optics, reducing neck fatigue after a long day in the field. Fully adjustable elastic straps allow your binoculars to slide up and flex out for instant use. Works for all sizes of binoculars, cameras and rangefinders. Ideal for bowhunters, as the harness system eliminates any interference with bow strings. Imported.

  • Reduce neck fatigue with specially designed harness system
  • Compatible with all sizes of binoculars, cameras and rangefinders
  • Great for big game hunters, bird watchers and photographers
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Used them for 4 years, one fault: I have had a pair and used them 30+ days per year. I love the comfort, which is the main reason I bought them. Also like the ability to detach the binos without taking the harness off. One weakness: the small strap that passes thru the plastic loop on the binos tends to pull out of the buckle, which leaves your binos hanging by the other strap. I solved this by hot gluing the ends together after passing them through the binos. November 27, 2013
Great buy for the price I bought these to go with my new RedHead Binoculars, I bought them in black and they work really well, very easy to attach to my binoculars and put on, and the quick release clasps are really nice too so you can let someone else use your binoculars if they need to see something. I bought this for use mainly at the archery range, but I will be using them for hunting too, I wore them all day with some heavy binoculars before getting my new RedHead ones and this system was comfortable all day long and did not interfere with shooting my bow, or hiking around, I really like this product! March 25, 2013
Nothing fancy, but delivers This is a fairly bare-bones product that pretty much works as designed. It is adjustable, and keeps the binoculars weight off my neck. I deducted a star because, while it works OK and does what it is intended to do, I would rather the straps be made of webbing or some other non stretchy/bouncy material. All in all, a good product that works well. After hunting for hours, I used to get a ferocious pain in the neck from the bino's hanging there. That issue is a thing of the past thanks to this harness, so I'm happy. July 6, 2013
You won't even know you carry binoculars For my retirement gift, I received Pentax 20X60 binoculars. Great for spotting but they are BIG...9" long and weigh 2.8lbs. The RedHead harness was easy to install, easy to use, helps steady when spotting, but most importantly, it takes all the pressure off my neck and distributes it over my shoulders. I have been using it to spot turkeys the past 2 weeks. This past week, I got home and walked in the door when my wife asked why I had binoculars...I had forgotten I still had them on. April 10, 2013
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i have a pair of Bushnell 131032 PowerView 10 x 32 Roof Prism and wanted to know if these will fit at all
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Yes, it fits any pair of binos that have a place to attach a strap. I have never seen a pair that doesn't
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