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Thread: Alps Outdoorz Extreme Bino Harness.

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    Alps Outdoorz Extreme Bino Harness.

    Bought mine off of amazon a couple weeks back for 50$. This thing is good quality and would definitely recommend getting one.

    Every other bino harness that is low profile, comfortable and provides cushion/protection is 75$ or more.
    Example - Vortex Bino Harness 85$
    Sitka bino Bivy 130$
    Solohntr bino Harness 100$ US
    etc...

    So if your on a budget but want good quality and comfort the Alps Outdoors Extreme Bino Harness is the way to go 100%.

    Hope this helps when selecting some gear.
    Cheers!
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    Re: Alps Outdoorz Extreme Bino Harness.

    Which Binos are you fitting in there?

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    Re: Alps Outdoorz Extreme Bino Harness.

    10x42 Vortex Diamondback Classics
    I bought the regular size and they fit great.
    They do have a large size as well for 50mm lenses.

    They have specs posted in inches and i just measured my binos and it worked.
    You got to be comfortable with being uncomfortable.

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    Re: Alps Outdoorz Extreme Bino Harness.

    I bought their backpack and so far I'm happy with it.
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    Re: Alps Outdoorz Extreme Bino Harness.

    Quote Originally Posted by adriaticum View Post
    I bought their backpack and so far I'm happy with it.
    I have there trailblazer day pack used it for five years and its great and I have the commander pack frame for mountain hunts, its not a 600$ frame but it does the same job!
    You got to be comfortable with being uncomfortable.

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