Gear

Eliminate binocular strap neck strain

The StrapShot holster can be attached to a backpack strap or worn on your belt.

by Kimberly Shellborn
A man looking through binoculars.
The Cotton Carrier Binocular Bracket makes your outings more comfortable. — Photo courtesy Cotton Carrier

Cotton Carrier’s Binocular Bracket provides hikers and outdoor enthusiasts a comfortable and secure way to carry binoculars.

Finally, a solution for hiking with binoculars dangling around your neck. Cotton Carrier’s Binocular Bracket provides hikers and outdoor enthusiasts a comfortable and secure way to carry binoculars. The Binocular Bracket is simple to use and the StrapShot holster can be attached to a backpack strap or worn on your belt.

The Binocular Bracket eliminates strain in the neck and shoulders and leaves your arms free for climbing.

“If you’ve ever taken your binoculars out in the field, you know what a pain they can cause in your neck and shoulders,” said Brook Parker of Cotton Carrier Ltd. “And your binoculars often swing in and out as you walk or bend over. The Binocular Bracket will fix that.”

For more information on the Binocular Bracket and other Cotton Carrier products, go to cottoncarrier.com   

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