Best Binocular Straps

Updated January 2019
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A strap or harness can offer a great amount of protection while using an expensive pair of binoculars. Straps, in particular, are a convenient and affordable way to keep you from dropping or scraping the binoculars up while outside hiking on a trail. Padded straps also offer more comfort if you want to use the binoculars on long trips without shifting them around your neck in discomfort. For affordability, choose a basic strap that goes around the neck. On the other hand, a complete harness or multi-strap design offers more protection and versatility for a slightly higher price tag in most cases.

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