Product Preview: Outdoor Vision Ridgetop Bino Harness

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posted on August 6, 2018
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Providing protection and easy, one-handed access to binoculars, the Outdoor Vision (OV) Ridgetop Bino Harness secures sporting optics and holds them snugly against the body—distributing weight evenly across the shoulders. Comprised of SilentHyde material and available in Coyote Brown, Ranger Green and MultiCam, the Ridgetop Harness utilizes YKK zippers, ITW slides and buckles, and interior foam reinforcement to improve optic protection. Two mesh side pockets and a zippered front compartment provide space for necessities—an included Mini Field Aid Kit, packed with basic medical products, comes standard with each unit—a zippered underside compartment houses the waterproof rain cover, and a binocular tether is included for additional security. Price: $96. Contact: Outdoor Vision, LLC; (888) 553-0073; outdoorvisiongear.com.

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