Basic Ultra-light Bino Harness

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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

  • Compact & lightweight
  • Wear 5 different positions
  • Stores tangle free wrapped back around your binoculars
  • Cool to wear - does not trap body heat and allows your body to breath
  • Virtually no wind vibration as experienced with flat strap type
  • Less strain when stretching Binoculars to view through yet extremely durable and firmly hold binoculars to your chest
  • Field tested for many years now and stretch cord does not lose its shape or effectiveness
  • Fasteners are of made of tested and proven composite

Patented design

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  • 5
    Awesome light weight

    Posted by Max on 11th Jul 2020

    I have always used a bulky bino harness like marsupial even during 3D. Now I can't imagine going back after using Rick Youngs product. Super light weight and comfortable.

  • 5
    Bino Harness

    Posted by CM on 4th Jul 2020

    I really like the harness. Its small and compact, keeps binos handy and detach easily when needed. I don't feel any pressure on my neck when using them. I use 10x 42 EL Swarovski on them so far.

  • 5
    Basic Ultra-light Bino Harness

    Posted by Takashi Matsuoka on 27th Jun 2020

    Very Nice Item !!

  • 5
    Ultra-Light BINO Harnesses

    Posted by BBob on 22nd Jun 2020

    I’m bucking the trend to add another pound to my kit by putting binoculars in a fancy chest rig pouch. This is a great compromise for more comfort than a neck strap but much lighter than the now common chest rig pouches. I’m using it in combination with RYO Ultra-Light BINO Cover for a comfortable but more important (to me) lightweight solution.

  • 5
    UL Bino Harness

    Posted by Keth on 22nd Jun 2020

    Nice harness especially here in hot humid Florida. Straps will tend to cause sweat but this harness avoids that making it perfect for tropical climates.

  • 5
    Bino Strap

    Posted by Steve Oberstein on 18th Jun 2020

    great product, used it outside flagstaff while looking for Elk. They really make carrying binos easy.

  • 5
    Ultra-light Bino Harness

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Jun 2020

    For you gals who are considering the Ultra-light Bino Harness, I want to encourage you to give it a try. I am a 65 year female, and I am very happy with it. I wore it for 5 hours with a thin rash guard top, no other padding, and it did not irritate me or feel uncomfortable at all. It's very lightweight, and it's really easy to adjust the fit. It comes with small clips that attach to the binoculars, and with these, you can quickly attach or detach the harness. I don't always use a harness, for my binoculars, so this is another great feature for me.

  • 3
    Wear on binocular lugs a problem

    Posted by Neil on 15th Jun 2020

    I love the harness but was disappointed when I realised the left lug on my Swarovski EL-10X42s had worn through and the right lug was going the same way. I’ve been using the harness for about 4 years but have had the binoculars for about 20 years.

    Neil The Swaros changed their body lugs to magnesium around 2003 and I did my best to wear the lugs out with no wear present. If you have aluminum I find that's an issue with long term wear. Thats why we now mold our own rubber connection straps to solve a problem. They are only 5.00 for a pair and are amazingly strong

  • 5
    Basic ultra-light Nino harness

    Posted by Louise on 2nd Jun 2020

    Love them! Easy on and off, no help required. Easy to change position of the harness. Very light weight.