10 Best Binocular Harness Case For Hunting

Updated on: November 2022

Best Binocular Harness Case For Hunting in 2022


Vortex Optics Glasspak Binocular Harness

Vortex Optics Glasspak Binocular Harness
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

T.O.M Horizons Binoculars Harness Case Pack, Bino Pack with Rangefinder Compartment - Detachable molle compartments Camouflage for Hunting, Hiking and Bird Watching

T.O.M Horizons Binoculars Harness Case Pack, Bino Pack with Rangefinder Compartment - Detachable molle compartments Camouflage for Hunting, Hiking and Bird Watching
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • This will be the most comfortable and versatile binoculars harness pack you have ever owned!
  • Strong, weather resistant, 3 detachable molle compartments for rangefinder and other accessories
  • Light weight. Perfect fit for both large and small binoculars, no zippers for reduced noise
  • One size fits all. Breathable material with additional compartments for all your hunting gear
  • Satisfaction guaranteed. One year buyback warranty. Love it or we will buy it back from you!

Horn Hunter op-x Bino Harness System Combo Camo

Horn Hunter op-x Bino Harness System Combo Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Low profile, light weight binocular harness with rangefinder case and rainfly
  • Fits mostroof Prism 8 to 10 power binoculars
  • Magnetic drop down lid
  • Durable, light-weight construction, breathable air mesh harness
  • Side gear loops, for radios, rangefinders, etc

Badlands Optics Bino XR Binocular and Rangefinder Case with Shoulder Harness (Approach Camo)

Badlands Optics Bino XR Binocular and Rangefinder Case with Shoulder Harness (Approach Camo)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • MAGNETIC CLOSURE - Badlands' Zip-No Technology uses rare-earth magnets to deliver a zipperless system that can be opened and closed silently with one hand more quickly than any zipper; Watertight, dust-proof seal
  • ADVANCED ORGANIZATION - Designated compartments for binos and rangefinder; Interior shelf adjusts to accommodate different sizes of binoculars; External storage pocket is perfect for your wind check or pocketknife
  • BACKPACK FRIENDLY HARNESS - Our cushioned, vented shoulder straps and fully adjustable 4-point harness are compatible with almost all hunting backpacks; Breathable for comfort
  • FEATURES THAT MATTER - Based on customer feedback, we ditched the hydration-compatible pocket of previous models; We've added a removable built-in rain cover, daisy chain for gear attachment, and a functional rear pocket instead
  • TECHNICAL SPECS - Fits most binoculars up to 10 x 42; Weighs 1 lb 6 oz (0.62 kg) with maximum interior dimensions of 8.5 x 6 x 3 inches (without separation shelf); Be sure to measure your optics before purchase to be sure they will fit these dimensions

ALPS OutdoorZ RMEF Ridge Stalker X Harness

ALPS OutdoorZ RMEF Ridge Stalker X Harness
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Made of highly durable 1680D Nylon Ballistic Fabric, for long-lasting performance in harsh environments
  • Pocket stays close to chest with a padded back panel that gives you extra comfort
  • Fleece lined interior with lens cloth included provides your lens with ultimate protection
  • Adjustable closure system and front U-shape pocket allows a variety of binocular sizes and easy access
  • Dimensions: 6.5" x 5.5" x 2.25", Weight: 12 oz.

Binocular Harness Case Field Pack for Binos Cameras Optics Rangefinder Gear

Binocular Harness Case Field Pack for Binos Cameras Optics Rangefinder Gear
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • COMFORT: Lightweight comfortable adjustable straps are designed to support and distribute the binocular weight across your shoulders instead of swinging from your neck to eliminate neck/back strain and fatigue.
  • SECURE PROTECTION: Avoid costly drops by securely attaching your gear with the durable binocular connector straps. Remove or switch out gear attached to the harness. The Pack helps keep your gear protected from the elements, keep lenses clean, and essential gear stowed when not in use.
  • EASE OF USE: The straps allow the binoculars or gear to slide up into position. You can effortlessly release gear back into carrying and standby position without fear of dropping your expensive gear.
  • VERSATILITY: One size fits most harness is compatible with and easily attach to binoculars, binos, rangefinders, optics, hunters’ gear, camera, video recorder, go pro, or photography gear for the avid hunters, outdoor nature lovers, photographers, birdwatchers, sports fan, golfer and fishermen.
  • MOBILITY: Quiet straps keep the binoculars close to your chest and limit bouncing, banging, and rustling noise while moving. Harness secures gear close to your body to avoid snagging while climbing, running, jumping, and walking in confined spaces.

Vortex Optics Guide Binopack

Vortex Optics Guide Binopack
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Protect your binoculars from the elements, keep the lenses clean, and stow essential gear close at hand with the guide bino pack
  • A generous front zippered pouch with shell loops is perfect for larger items such as rangefinders, a knife, Fire starters, etc
  • The side pockets, zippered pocket on the rear face, and elastic sleeves on the top hold additional items
  • The full coverage lid secures with a fine diameter bungee and rigid nylon tab.
  • Integrated bino leash prevents drops and lets you lower your bino with confidence.

Badlands Bino X Camouflage Hunting Binocular Case, Hydration Compatible, Approach Camo

Badlands Bino X Camouflage Hunting Binocular Case, Hydration Compatible, Approach Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • MAGNETIC CLOSURE - Badlands' Zip-No Technology uses rare-earth magnets to deliver a zipperless system that can be opened and closed silently with one hand more quickly than any zipper
  • HYDRATION COMPATIBLE - This hunting binocular case will carry up to a 1L reservoir; Especially compatible with our own easy-to-clean Badlands water bladders created by Hydrapak
  • BACKPACK FRIENDLY HARNESS - Our cushioned, vented shoulder straps and fully adjustable 4-point harness are compatible with almost all hunting backpacks
  • UNCONDITIONAL LIFETIME WARRANTY - Badlands is proud to offer our customers the hunting industry's ONLY unconditional lifetime warranty; No questions asked, we will fix it for free FOREVER
  • TECHNICAL SPECS - Fits most binoculars up to 20 x 56; Interior measurement is 9” x 6.5” x 4” inches; Weighs 1 lb (0.45 kg); Ultra-quiet, waterproof KXO-32 fabric

Badlands Bino Case Mag Camouflage Hunting Binocular Case, Hydration Compatible, Approach Camo

Badlands Bino Case Mag Camouflage Hunting Binocular Case, Hydration Compatible, Approach Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • MAGNETIC CLOSURE - Badlands' Zip-No Technology uses rare-earth magnets to deliver a zipperless system that can be opened and closed silently with one hand more quickly than any zipper
  • HYDRATION COMPATIBLE - This hunting binocular case will carry up to a 1L reservoir; Especially compatible with our own easy-to-clean Badlands water bladders created by Hydrapak
  • BACKPACK FRIENDLY HARNESS - Our cushioned, vented shoulder straps and fully adjustable 4-point harness are compatible with almost all hunting backpacks
  • UNCONDITIONAL LIFETIME WARRANTY - Badlands is proud to offer our customers the hunting industry's ONLY unconditional lifetime warranty; No questions asked, we will fix it for free FOREVER
  • TECHNICAL SPECS - Fits most binoculars up to 12 x 50; Interior measurements are 9 x 6. x 2.5 inches; Weighs 1 lb 1 oz (0.48 kg); Built-in lens cloth; Ultra-quiet, waterproof KXO-32 fabric

ALPS OutdoorZ Extreme Bino Harness X

ALPS OutdoorZ Extreme Bino Harness X
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Made of highly durable 1680D nylon ballistic fabric, for long-lasting performance in harsh environments
  • Pocket stays close to chest with a padded back panel that gives you extra comfort
  • Fleece lined interior with lens cloth included provides your lens with ultimate protection
  • Adjustable closure system and front U-shape pocket allows a variety of binocular sizes and easy access
  • Dimensions: 6. 5" x 5. 5" x 2. 25", Weight: 12 oz.

Buying Binoculars for Skygazing

Tips on buying the right binoculars for gazing at the stars.

Believe it or not, with a good pair of binoculars you can still, at least theoretically, see some of Jupiter's moons and even a few asteroids. Binoculars tend to be far less expensive than telescopes and you don't have to be an astronomy major to figure out how to set them up. An even bigger advantage than price may be comfort. The two-eyepiece design of binoculars is just plain easier on the eyes on the looking through that single eyepiece on the telescope. In addition, you get the full three-dimensional effect.

The ideal binoculars for sky gazing are the 7x50mm and 10x50mm models. The magnification of the binocular is indicated by the 7 and 10 figures, while the 50 figure is the aperture, or the diameter of the front lenses. Most daytime binoculars are 7x35, for instance, because the aperture doesn't have to be wide enough to allow in much light. The 50mm aperture allows much more light to enter, thereby making the night sky much brighter than it would be with the 35mm model.

The 7x50mm model is less expensive than the 10x50mm, but if you're serious about finding really cool things in the sky, better to shell out the extra bucks. The bigger binoculars will allow you to see craters on the moon better, as well as some of the fainter stars. There is a downside to the bigger model besides the cost difference as well. Because they are bigger, they are also heavier and therefore more difficult to steady. Since the things you'll be looking at are small, a steady hand comes in mighty…well…handy. Another difficulty to consider with the larger model is you have to press your eyes closer to the eyepiece and this can be somewhat uncomfortable.

One way to avoid this problem, of course, is by mounting the binoculars. You can buy a low cost tripod on which to mount binoculars. In addition to solving the problems of discomfort associated with holding the heavier models, a mount will also allow you to observe more detail. Because you don't have to worry about the view shaking back and forth and fuzzying things up, you can get a steady clear view of everything you look at. If you do decide to go the mounting route, after awhile you will probably want to look into upgrading to an even bigger size. Once you get really serious about skywatching through binoculars, can think about moving up to the 70mm or 80mm models. While these models that come with 11 to 20 magnification power can provide views that will make you go "wow" they also have a price that will make your jaw drop. Costing as much as some small telescopes, the very heavy weight of these big binoculars pretty much demand that you mount them.

As long as you take good care of astronomical binoculars, there's probably no reason you'll never need to buy another. The great thing about taking care of binoculars is that it's really more a case of not doing things than actually doing something. For instance, simply avoid ever touching the lenses and make sure you clean them. Avoid dropping them at all costs because it can actually cost as much to repair broken binoculars as to buy a whole new pair. Remember that though on the outside a pair of binoculars may look pretty simple, the inside features a precise alignment of delicate prisms that can quite easily be rendered useless from any the slightest shock.

Although you can certainly find some good deals on binoculars over the internet, your best bet is to check out some actual models you can hold in your hands before making any decision. By going to a store and picking up models, you can determine if it is too heavy for you. Also make sure that it fits comfortably in your hands; that it molds to your palm and fingers. Make sure to hold it up for a long period time at an angle you would probably be using. Take note of how the sharpness of the images. While the may be quite sharp in the center of vision, do they get fuzzy at the edges? Cheaper models come with more distortion of the image.

One last thing to do before deciding on buying a pair of binoculars. Pass your hand over the front of the binoculars while looking through one side and then the other. If the image tends to hop back and forth, what you've got there is a pair of cross-eyed binoculars. This should be considered such a major defect that you put it down and walk away and don't turn back.

You don't have to sink a few hundred dollars into a telescope to enjoy the majesty of the nighttime sky. And giving up on a pair of binoculars is not only cheaper, but doesn't take up nearly as much space.

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