Binocular Harness Strap

Binocular Harness Strap

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VTHARNESS
Binocular Harness Strap is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 23.
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Price $28.99

Overview

Say goodbye to neck strain and keep your binoculars from bouncing against you as you hike down the trail with the binocular harness strap. This strap spreads the weight of your binoculars across your shoulders for more relaxed viewing. This ingenious strap keeps your binoculars and rangefinders, even cameras, from jostling around as you walk - freeing up the use of your hands.

  • Nylon/Lycra straps are durable and allow for easy sliding of binoculars into viewing position.

  • One-size-fits-all harness is easy to attach and completely adjustable.

  • Leather back patch.

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from A wonderful addition to my hunting gear! I got my first set of binos in the mid-1970s when I was about 20 or 21. It was a real hassle to have them swinging around my neck and banging into things. So after getting the Vortex Talons in 2014, I got this harness and WOW! What a difference in usability of my Talons. When we were out glassing for wild pig in Central California, I could move as much as I wanted to and the Talons would stay in place, ready to use. Buy this harness, you'll have a better hunt! PS: my rifle in this shot is a Model 98 8mm Mauser; my dad took it from a German soldier in Belgium, January 1945, during the Battle of the Bulge. It's the real deal and a great hunting rifle for deer, pig, elk. Vortex scope, of course.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Need a meeting! Your marketing folks folks need to hold a meeting entitled: "Binocular Attachment Methods". I just received my 12 X 50 binoculars and a separate Harness Strap (above). There are multiple ways to attach the strap/harness: 1) The included neck strap mounts with straps permanently attached to the strap. 2)The included Harness with Case Has nice set of quick disconnect straps. 3) The separate Harness Strap (above) has a strap with rings. The straps are too wide for the binoculars, but I was informed by customer service that they were designed to be cut down to fit the slots! They attached with clips to the rings. So, three incompatible mounting methods in one box! Makes it a pain to switch between various straps. There is a need for a meeting to determine ONE mounting method (My vote: quick Disconnect!) would make the product seem like a SYSTEM, all made by the same manufacturer! I realize it is difficult to talk to Chinese manufacturers, but the effort should be made. BTW, all are great products, just incompatible with each other!
Date published: 2019-06-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not for Bow Hunting I use this strap while big game hunting in the Rocky Mountains. Overall the strap makes access to your binos very convenient. However, while hiking and trying to spot and stalk, they elasticity of the strap causes the binos to bounce around and get in the way while trying to maneuver in the mountains. I would say that the strap is great for scouting, but not so much for actually hunting
Date published: 2017-06-15
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