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 Mike, 1ea. on 5th Sep 2017
After a few hikes and one hunt with my new 10x42 binoculars I knew the factory strap had to go. A little online research brought me to the RYO "Ultra-Light Bino Harness", and one week later a set was in my mailbox.
The harness is wonderfully simple and very effective at distributing the modest weight on my binoculars without any chafing or pressure. And unlike a flat strap harness, they don't get tangled inside out.
Posted by lafe on 21st Aug 2017
I have been running straps for my binocular carrier for years when they first came out I had to have one. Watching the videos for this particular product showed every pain in the ass issue I had over the time. I got a strap as I was looking for something to carry my rangefinder conveniently as I hunt with my bow all the time. I had a case with my rangefinder on my binoculars harness but it always slip down to the front and was in the way and bulky. I added two of the ryo attachment straps, one to each side. When I ordered, the service crew called me the next day to make sure how I was using them and that they would install them on the harness how I wished, Left or right? There service was amazing I couldn't believe they called me on a Sunday. If you ever tried these binoculars straps you will be impressed, spend the 25 bucks you'll be happy. Simple to use simple design simply smart!!
Posted by GregM on 27th Feb 2017
The Bino Harness is a innovative product. Simple to use and come ready to use. If you buy attachments with your Bino Harness purchase, like I did, they even come attached to the harness. I have used the leather backpaded ones with the 1" elastic straps for years. The problem with them are the straps stretch, get twisted put them on, and they can slip in the buckles. The Bino Harness are elastic high grade shock cords so no twisting or stretching. There are no buckles to deal with. The harness can be comfortable worn in 3 different ways. Plus Rick's website videos are very helpful. Did I say fast service, Oh yeah.
Posted by Dwayne Hardee on 24th Jan 2017
I've used all Bino harness this is by far the best, Not bulk or cumbersome, like straps, the quick disconnect makes it very good system..
Posted by Craig Buschmann on 27th Dec 2016
This harness is perfect for large body cameras, such as DSLR cameras with telephoto lenses for photographing wildlife. I had previously stopped using my DSLR camera because the neck strap was uncomfortable and left the camera swaying and swinging into my body.
The bino harness, however, keeps the camera still yet allows me to quickly raise the camera to shooting position. I use my camera significantly more, now, even on simple hikes solely because this harness makes it reasonable to do so.
Posted by Josh Rogers on 15th Dec 2016
Great harness with a ton of versatility. Easy on and off with all clothing. Binos stay where you want them because you decide how to wear them depending on type of hunt. Must have piece of gear. Wished I would have know about them sooner. Spent hundreds on others brands and they all pale in comparison.
Posted by Brian on 23rd Nov 2016
Posted by john on 16th Nov 2016
Haven't used it in the field yet but have played with it enough to know it will work great ! Showed some of my friends and they were all impressed with the ease of adjustment and ways to carry it,, also liked the fact of not being bulky to, you can roll it up and not have the cumbersome mess of most harness systems. In combo with the camo cover you have a great system for carry!
Posted by Paddy Shaw on 15th Aug 2016
Harnesses aren't big business in the UK - maybe the lack of hunting. However, i saw our guides in Georgia and Armenia using them on a recent bird tour, and was impressed by their 'no hands' sprinting around the Caucasian foothills.
I spend a lot of time crossing stiles, crawling under fences etc. and thought one might be worth a try. Rick Young's looked the lightest weight and least obvious, so bought one, and glad i did. It took a couple of trips to get used to, but now i forget i've got it on, and appreciate the lack of 2 inches of neoprene stuck to my neck on a humid day.
I've changed the clipping arrangement to Optech Adapt-its on the bins and dual locakable clips on the strap, just because i didn't want metal-on-metal through the binocular fixing points. There's enough extra in the harness for a 35 stone man wearing four coats, so i cut some away. Advice on how to do this on the website.
Great product - set all the bins up with adapt-its so no problem when swapping optics.
Posted by Drew Paul on 30th Mar 2016
Very clever yet very simple and well thought out product, I absolutely love it. It also makes a darn fine camera strap. In fact whatever it is you have hanging round your neck, be it a camera, binoculars, moose call, night vision scope, saxophone... well maybe not saxophone, but anything else you're hanging round your neck that you don't want swinging around like a wrecking ball and crashing into things when you bend over should go on one of these. Buy one, you'll be glad you did.
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