|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer||Tools Option Inc|
|Item Model Number||P400|
|Product Dimensions||9.65 x 18.03 x 22.86 cm; 317.51 Grams|
Vortex Optics Glasspak Binocular Harness
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|Model name||Glass Pak Binocular Harness|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||9.7 x 18 x 22.9 centimetres|
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- Housing your binoculars and protecting them from the elements while keeping them close at hand is imperative when in the field. The vortex glass pak binocular harness will do just that
- It accommodates a range of full size binoculars, yet keeps them snug and secure the mesh side pockets holds calls, a lens pen, and other small items needing quick-access convenience
- Tethers attach to your binocular preventing accidental drops and the rear zippered pocket holds larger items such as a cell phone
- This pack weighs 8 oz and measures 6.75 x 6.25 x 3.75 inches
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That said, it fits my 10x42 binos perfectly. The straps other reviews mention are indeed slippery-ish, but the slipping out of the buckle problem is mitigated by simply running the strap back up and through the buckle again thus creating more friction, and no slipping.