Reduce pain and fatigue in the neck with the Vortex binocular harness.
Regular neck straps place the weight of the binocular over the cervical bone (a vertebrae) in the neck. Wearing your binoculars all day will quite literally be a pain in the neck, as well as cause problems due to spinal cord trauma.
Shoulder harnesses transfer the weight of the binocular to the shoulders, which are better suited for bearing the weight. For an added bonus the binocular will bounce around less as you walk.
The Vortex binocular harness uses two independently adjustable straps connected through a high-quality thick leather patch. This permits balancing of the two straps so the binocular can be placed near the centre of the user, and the leather patch aligned to the horizontal centre of the back. The straps may be adjusted to accommodate a variety of clothing.
These harnesses fit virtually any binocular, and DSLR camera. They are adjustable to fit a variety of people and apparel.