There are several suspension systems on the market today for binoculars and range finders but none like this one. Watch the video provided and compare. The idea of having your bino's readily accessible is a good one, but traditional suspension systems are bulky and they stretch out and sag. Our USA mfg shock cord does not get soft and lose its elastic strength or memory. The shock cord grips or hugs your body and transfers the weight of your binoculars equally around your shoulder and chest without digging into your skin or body. Unlike the wide flat strap harnesses our round cord will not vibrate or flutter in the wind. After 7 years of field testing and now thousands of happy customers I think it's safe to say that we have reinvented the bino harness from the ground up. Fast single point adjustment allows you to quickly fit the harness to your change of clothing. Never again will your binos be down at your belt line.
Advantages of the Ultra-light Bino Harness
Rick Young Outdoors brings the most versatile Bino harness on the market today. 1 OZ yet it can hold many pounds. This is the only harness that offers 4 positions to ware and wont sag or loose its adjustment. Quality quick release hardware and single point adjustment makes this a user friendly product. Round shock cords don't vibrate in the wind like a flat strap styles. 2 year warranty on a $20 item Amazing its made in the USA
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Posted by Benny Cartlidge on 21st May 2018
I love mine and had to buy a second one because I gave mine to my guide in Africa. Works perfect
Posted by AlanD on 15th May 2018
We were birding the Deschutes River in Oregon when a guy we met on trail told me about this remarkable ultra-light binoculars harness, and where to buy one. Intrigued, I picked up a set and have been using them now for about a year, and I have yet to be disappointed. They are so comfortable I forget I have them on. The ultra-light harness provides total freedom of movement when using the binoculars, but little to no bouncing, swaying or movement when walking, even over varied terrain that requires stooping, reaching, and jumping. If I want to ensure no movement when crossing very rugged terrain, a quick pull on the adjuster tightens them up, and they are easy to loosen again with the push of a button on the adjustment mechanism. So adjustment is very quick and very easy. The small size makes storing them right in the binoc case easy, and they do not twist, turn, kink, or knot. I have worn them over heavy winter jackets and over a T-shirt and they work equally well, with the added benefit of not being hot or restrictive in summer months. I will never consider a return to the wide-strap style harness system as long as these are available. Wide straps too are bulky and uncomfortable. My wife was skeptical and stayed with her wide strap harness until finally giving in after continually seeing me slip into the ultra-light harness with ease, and without any twisting and knotting of straps. Her comment upon slipping into them was "Why didn't I switch sooner?" The RYO ultra-light system is by far the best binocular harness on the market.
Posted by Paul Brick on 4th May 2018
I only have had this harness a few weeks now. My wife and I are avid bird watchers and move around for days, travelling to see birds. I love the strap but can't convince my wife to try hers on yet! She's stubborn. I do love the thin cords and the easy adjustment. I will have to see if there is any undue stretch before I move the rating up to 5 stars but I am almost there! A very well thought out and useful system.
Posted by Karen on 11th Apr 2018
This harness was designed for use with binoculars, but I bought it for use with my camera. It was easy to connect to the camera, and I like that it can be used four different ways. I bought a bright pink one; not my usual color choice, but I think it will make it really hard to mislay. (I actually ordered two; the other one, bright orange, is for my husband. He was skeptical, but once he saw it, he was convinced.)
Posted by Terry on 8th Apr 2018
I ordered these one weekend and they were delivered the following Monday ! Fast shipping !
I’ve only had these for a short time but these are the best thing since sliced bread. My son has used these for over a year and wouldn’t be without.
Posted by Bill on 30th Mar 2018
I've only worn these a couple of times for a couple of hours each. They held my 8-16 x 40 zoom binocular with no swinging or leaning out from my body. They are very comfortable, easy to adjust and weigh close to nothing! I didn't feel "strapped in" with them over my jacket. I gave them 5 stars even though I haven't worn them on a full day hunt or for a few days in a row, but I doubt I'll have any problems.
Posted by Paddy on 24th Mar 2018
Just bought my 4th one, so all my bins permanently equipped. First one 3 years old, and looks like the most recent. Once you're used to them, it's hard to know you're wearing it. Couldn't go back to a lanyard now, and all that bouncing!
Time for a UK outlet, Rick!
Posted by Alvena Kinkade on 8th Feb 2018
I love Bino Harness! I've had it a couple of years, and it works! My binoculars stay put, until I need to use them!
I am so impressed with the harnes, I got another one to give to my sister! Thanks!
Posted by Unknown on 5th Feb 2018
Love Em do everything their supposed to.. light weight ... easy storage.... own one for every pair of binos i have
Posted by Phil on 29th Jan 2018
This is exactly what I was looking for in a harness. Light and low bulk and with a bit of stretch to keep things from swinging around. The only way to improve this harness I think is to find a way to have clips that can connect directly to the lugs without a split ring / key ring. Maybe just tie the end directly to the lug, but then it is hard to remove. Well done!
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