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  1. jafritten

    How do you carry your binoculars?

    It makes using larger bins in the field so much more enjoyable! Glad you like it, too.
  2. jafritten

    How do you carry your binoculars?

    Fjällräven. When I bought it, it was called Sarek Anorak. I think it's called Singi anorak now. One of the best pieces in my kit. Certainly the most used one.
  3. jafritten

    How do you carry your binoculars?

    This is the kangaroo pouch that I mentioned in an earlier post. No dangling when hiking, scrambling or when creeping up on an animal with the camera.
  4. jafritten

    How do you carry your binoculars?

    It is very comfortable and the weight of your binoculars are not an issue because of the counter weight of your rucksack. I own two alpha x42s which I otherwise would not use so often in the field. The only downside really is that you don't have direct access to your rucksack. I have also fitted...
  5. jafritten

    How do you carry your binoculars?

    That That is a funny coincidence. I live pretty close to the Dutch border at that! ... His rig looks a bit more professional, I think.
  6. jafritten

    How do you carry your binoculars?

    @yarrellii and @MiddleRiver The connectors are, indeed, designed for camera gear. They're Peak Design Anchor Links. There's more information to be found in this thread: rucksack rig Maybe that is what you remember, yarrellii. I'm not Dutch, though... One may also like to combine them with biners...
  7. jafritten

    How do you carry your binoculars?

    For me the neck strap around the neck is fine as long as I am wearing a hoodie or a coat. On longer outings or when I am just wearing a T-shirt I carry my binoculars like this: My anorak has a kangaroo pouch into which my bins slip easily when they're on the rucksack rig.
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