Constructed from Cordura nylon with padded interior. Quick-release buckle system and belt loop attachments that can be attached to backpacks, too. Interior pocket for small items like keys or drivers license. Choice of sizes. Well-made.
Clips on the shoulder strap can accidentally come unclipped from the case.
Adjustable flap lets you hold many different types of binoculars. Universal straps let you attach to a belt, vest or pack. Measures 8 inches by 6.5 inches by 1.5 inches. Padded. Build-in drawstring bag for extra protection. Well built and durable.
Actual carrying space is smaller than measurements given, so measure carefully. Best for compact binoculars.
Constructed from ballistic nylon. Clean, stylish design. Exterior zippered compartments. Holds binoculars measuring 15 by 80 millimeters, or 20 by 80 millimeters. Durable. Includes carry strap. Case features a soft, protective inner shell.
Pricey. No internal pockets.
Oxford fabric construction, which is good for protection and storage. Choice of 42 millimeter or 50 millimeter case. Adjustable flap. Soft interior. Thoughtful design layout gives you easy access. Protects against impacts and scratches. Semi waterproof. Shockproof. Detachable shoulder strap.
Hook-and-loop closure could be more secure.
Soft neoprene case. Protects from dust, moisture and impacts. Removable wrist and waist straps. Waist strap adjusts up to 60 inches. Case measures between 6.5 inches to 7.5 inches in length and 5 inches to 5.5 inches in width. Stretches to form-fit your binoculars. Lightweight. Not too bulky in your pack.
No actual closure mechanism; the shape and style of the pouch keep it shut.
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