Brunton Binocular Pack Strap

Closeouts. A simple harness system that keeps your binoculars close at hand, Brunton's binocular pack strap adjusts easily and distributes weight to the shoulders, instead of the neck.

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  • Reviewed by cagroll from Star Valley, WY on Monday, October 21, 2013
    Can't beat the price of these for all my nephews for Christmas!
  • Reviewed by Rick G. from Alaska on Wednesday, July 17, 2013
    Does what it's advertised to do, efficiently.
  • Reviewed by poaddlegirlnj from nj on Tuesday, July 2, 2013
    I bought a similarly styled strap years ago for twice the price, only it didn't have the easy on/off feature of the clips. The old one made me put everything over my head to position it which was difficult when wearing a jacket/coat.

    This one is so much easier to get on/off which means I'll bring my bins with me more often! This style of strap does indeed alleviate neck pain.

  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by T from Richmond, VA on Monday, February 25, 2013
    The product is higher quality the the majority of binocular straps you see in this price point.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by sunshine from orange county, ca on Monday, February 11, 2013
    The concept of this is great but I couldn't get the straps to adjust short enough. Overall this is a pretty great product. Wish it would have worked out for me because I have some heavy binos I lug around.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mister Bill from greenville, sc on Wednesday, October 3, 2012
    I bought this harness to use with my Nikon DSLR and it works great. Neck strain is greatly reduced compared to a typical camera neck strap. The camera carrying position is about belt-level, but it slides quickly and smoothly up the torso straps to eye level. Two quick-release buckles detach the camera from the harness. In a pinch the harness can be worn like a typical neck strap or slung over one shoulder. It seems sturdy, but time will tell how it will hold up.

    The only slight negative is that it takes some practice to figure out how to get the harness on and off quickly, but the improved comfort makes it worth it.
    • Best Uses: Tricky To Get On And Off
    • Pros: Adjustable, Ends Neck Strain
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