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Thread: Smaller sized bino harness

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    Smaller sized bino harness

    I'm looking for a smaller sized bino harness suitable for a pair of 10x32 binos. I have a badlands but dont like the large size hanging off the front.

    Any suggestions?

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    Kuiu pro harness or twin needle

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    The hunters element one is nice

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    I had the hunters element one which is nice but now just using the swazi one. Simple and small. Keeps my 10x32 binos snug and out the way and easy to flip down. No storage for other bits and pieces but if you want something just for binos I'd recommend this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned View Post
    I had the hunters element one which is nice but now just using the swazi one. Simple and small. Keeps my 10x32 binos snug and out the way and easy to flip down. No storage for other bits and pieces but if you want something just for binos I'd recommend this.

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    Funnily enough I actually have one those I found at a second hand store for $5 but the elastics gone. Might be time to get out the sewing machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobba View Post
    Funnily enough I actually have one those I found at a second hand store for $5 but the elastics gone. Might be time to get out the sewing machine.
    Give it a go. Wraps nice and snug around the binos too when you have them in the pack or daybag. Simple solution to a simple problem.

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    Leupold bino caddy reasonably compact. I have used mine for a number of years now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunteast View Post
    Leupold bino caddy reasonably compact. I have used mine for a number of years now.
    I also definitely recommend the Leupold. Very light compared to the big brands which weigh nearly 0.5kg!! Also about 1/4 of the price. Mine also nicely fits my range finder and phone in the front pocket.

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    Leupold ones look good as they come in various sizes. Will give that a go if the swazi doesnt work out.

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