- 3D mesh harness
- MOLLE compatible shoulder harness
- Pistol/rangefinder holster
- Magnetic main compartment
- Front zipper tuck pocket for those small essential items
- Compatible with our APSK chest mount kit
- Secure integrated bino tether
- Sized for optics up to 10 x 42
- Dimensions: 6"L x 5.5"W x 2.5"D
- Weight w/o harness: 8 oz
- Weight w harness: 13.5 oz
IF it had a side pocket for my wind checker bottle it would be perfect.
I had a gun runner pack that a friend was curious about and after seeing his new binoculars couldn’t resist getting the scout bino pack to give him for his next hunt! He is extatic and now looking at your lineup for his next piece of kit!!
Guys were awesome I had got these the week before the v2 cam out and I wanted it in grey. Sent mine back and they sent me the grey ones. Great people
Like a couple other reviewers, I have found it difficult to adjust the straps properly to securely fasten it to my chest. It was always too loose on my recent backpacking bowhunt in Montana. In addition, my Nikon Laserforce binos fit in the space, but not paricularly comfortably. I never know when the magnet is going to properly engage to seal the cover. I fully realize it was my choice to purchase it, and I could still return it I'm sure. Finally, the strap provided to attach the binos is very cumbersome. It should have a simple snap or clip, rather than threading the strap through a small plastic fastener with multiple slits that you have to figure out each time you want to remove your binos for an unencumbered glassing session.
it fits my 10x42 zeiss binos well. It's mostly comfortable. The buckles and pouch seem to be constructed well. I like the molle webbing on the back and the pouches on the front and back of the bino compartment. I give it 4 stars for a few reasons... i feel like no matter how I adjust the straps, they don't fit me as snug as I would like them to. The top of the pouch hangs away from my body and I don't really like it, although I've gotten used to it. Also, the synthetic mesh stuff that is sandwiched in the straps has threads that poke through the sides of the straps. It seems petty, but those little threads poke out just enough and are stiff enough that after wearing this harness for a full day, they created sores on my neck from rubbing on it.