Ultra-Light Binocular Harness

posted on May 12, 2014
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Veteran hunter Rick Young developed his Ultra-Light Bino Harness to reduce the bulk-pack straps, a rifle sling and other gear-that inevitably builds up around a hunter’s neck and upper body, and to eliminate the wind vibration that can accompany “bra”-style harnesses made with flat straps. In addition, the harness adjusts quickly at single point rather than the typical four. Its small-gauge elastic shock cord and unique adjustable lock make it easy to wear in the conventional fashion, as an adjustable neck strap, bandolier style across the chest or side saddle utilizing one shoulder to pull the optic into the hip. The harness easily stretches outward for viewing, which helps stabilize the optic, and quick-release fittings allow it to be removed rapidly.

Price: $20

Contact: Rick Young Outdoors, 11101 S.E. 362nd Ave., Boring, OR 97009; (503) 663-3114


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