These deluxe lightweight padded cases are easily attached to MOLLE/PALS type webbing, or can be slung onto a pack strap or even your pants belt. These are not ordinary accessory pouches. Not just a pouch, these are high-quality, finely built cases designed to protect valuable equipment. The A2SP will hold most binoculars, with a second pocket for small sundries.
- Dimensions: 6"h x 8"w x 2.5"d
- Weight: 6 oz
Its Eberlestock! nothing else even comes close
Andrew P Ciraolo
I noted when ordering that I needed to specify the buckle type if I was ordering this with a pack. But this wasn't an option when ordering it separately. My "chest mount kit" apparently has the wrong buckles to attach this to my pack.
I haven't exchanged it because I've since realized it's fairly clumsy to use as a bino pouch anyway. The way the zipper opens doesn't make for easy/quiet/minimal-movement storage and retrieval, and there are no dividers or other organizer methods so you don't really want your rangefinder or snacks floating around in there. What I've decided to do is pair it with an Eberlestock Nosegunner that I use for "run and gun" sprints. It attaches easily to the back molle panel for an easy place to store a small first aid kit, field dressing kit, and snack.
Haven't had the chance to put it through any rough use yet. I've been searching for a pouch to hold my phone while on a hike and this is big enough and decently padded to hold and protect my phone and other similarly slim or small items.
The quality is fine but the size is lacking in holding capacity. Wish it was like the front pouch on my RMEF pack. Needs to be wider. A pair of medium binos is a tight fit.
Just what i was looking for