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Vortex Optics GlassPak Binocular Harness

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    Easy carrying.

    From fall hunting trips to spring bird watches, the Vortex Optics GlassPak Binocular Harness provides convenient carrying and protection from the elements whenever you step out into the wild. Lightweight, with adjustable straps and extra pockets for added gear, this harness accommodates a range of binocular sizes and has everything you need for a day in the woods.

    • A convenient carrying harness for your binoculars
    • Adjustable straps let you stay comfortable as you wait for critters
    • Holds a range of binocular sizes for versatility
    • Mesh side pockets hold calls and other small gear
    • Back pocket holds your cell phone for easy access
    • Item #VXO0009

    Tech Specs

    Dimensions
    6.75 x 6.25 x 3.75in
    Claimed Weight
    8oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Glass pack for Big Glassing needs

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have waited for a while to write this review to really put this through good use. I have put them through a plethora of conditions: rain, snow, dry, cold, hot and whatever else I have used them for over the last 6 months. Thus far, I have yet to drop my binoculars due to the strap and buckle system. There should be no reason to drop binos if they are clipped in. You can set them up to a range of settings and lengths.
    The two mesh pockets are great to carry small things. I put a wind indicator on one side and a couple of reeds on the other. The back mesh pocket is perfect for some flat things like permits, tags, or whatever else you might want to tuck back there.
    The flip top is really nice and the elastic loop has yet to wear out. So long as an appropriate size bino is in the case, you are going to be just fine in the field.

    Get the Job Done

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I like this harness a lot, and for the price, it is a great buy. If you are using it for serious use while backpacking or hunting, then I would say there could be better options, if you have the funds to spend a bit more. If not, these definitely will be adequate. My biggest complaint is the D loop to latch the top shut while not in use seemed to get loose over time (maybe 7 days use in the field). Now, my top constantly is popping up, and luckily have only dropped my binocs once while I thought they were secured in.

    Snag these if you have Binoculars

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It was easy to set up and convenient to arrange no matter the person’s size. It was a convenient way to carry and access the binoculars without having to dig into a separate backpack or carrier. The fit and location of the harness when wearing it still allowed mobility and the ability to carry other items at the person’s waist or on the person’s back. I would recommend that if someone is buying binoculars that they also purchase the Glasspak Harness.

    A must have for binos in the field

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Any bino toting outdoors enthusiast should have these. They fit all sizes, are very comfortable, and retail for a great price. Fits all binoc's aside from obscure sizes.
    I love the side pouches to various small items as well (elk reeds!)