Magnetic, Convenient and Water-tight
The Mag Bino Case offers magnetic closure to protect your binoculars with a rollout bladder for hydration
- Capacity: 200 Ci
- Weight: 1 Lbs 1 Oz
- Rifle/Bow: No / No
- Bladder Size: None
- Dimensions: 9" X 6.5" X 3"
- Frame: None
- Zip-No™ Technology
Warning:This Product Contains Magnets. Do Not Use With A Pacemaker Or Any Other Similar Medical Device. Built In Lens Cloth
Revolutionary new way to carry your expensive binos. The new Badlands Bino Case features a new water tight and dust proof closure called the Zip-no? system which makes accessing and protecting your binos easier than ever. The shoulder harness also accommodates your hydration needs with a rollout bladder.
Badlands KXO-32 fabric is the strongest, quietest, most waterproof material made for the hunting world. How do we know? Because Badlands tried 31 different combos before they finally got it right! It's soft, supple, quiet and everything you've always wanted in a hunting pack.
Badlands offers a zipper that's faster, quieter and one-hand friendly. Over 8 years of research and development led to the creation of Badlands Zip-No™ Technology. Using rare-earth magnets (the strongest on the planet), they developed a process to bend them into rope like strands. The result is a zipperless system that can be opened and closed silently with one hand and quicker than any zipper could ever be. When stealth and timing is everything, Zip-No can be the difference between coming out heavy or with just a heavy heart.
After years of research and experimentation, Badlands developed Approach into a visually confusing pattern to animals. What is the hunter's objective? Not to look, smell or sound like a predator and create visual confusion or false information to allow you time to take a reasonable shot. Concealment focuses on what the animal sees, not the hunter. Badlands designed the Approach Concealment System in a digital format. Breaking up your silhouette is the best method of masking your location. Approach was developed to visually confuse prey by using macro and micro patterns which are least affected by movement. The Approach pattern is based upon a gray scale that changes and adapts with the surroundings. The result is that the hunter can be effective in many seasons and environments.