Big Game: Vegetated Terrain

Bino Bivy 12x-15x  

$149.00

The new 12x-15x Bino Bivy provides all the great features of its smaller brother, but is designed to fit 12x-15x power binoculars. We’ve included a lens cloth, two exterior pockets and two lanyard straps so that your view will always be crystal clear.

  • Polygiene
Environment:
Vegetated Terrain
Scenario:
Ground Ambush
Temperature:
Hot , Warm , Mild, Cool, Cold, Extreme Cold
Color:
Optifade Subalpine
Weight:
9.4 oz.
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Understanding Kelvin Insulation

Big Game

When it comes to insulation, we’ve designed varying configurations to accommodate niche weather conditions and activity levels for big game hunting.

Understanding Kelvin Insulation

Features & Benefits

FPO
Included Lens Cloth//2 Lanyard Straps
2 Exterior Pockets

Accessory pockets keep necessities close at hand.

One-Handed Operation

Silent magnetic closures operate easily with one hand.

12-15 Power Binoculars, Durable Water Repellent Finish

The DWR finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out.

Permanent Polygiene Odor Control Technology

Naturally prevents the growth of odor causing bacteria.

Product Comments
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Lee W. | 11. 09. 18
I use a 12 x 50 binocular, while still using the smaller version of the bivy. This bivy works well keeping my binocular in right place while still allowing me to shoot my bow without the string hitting the binocular bivy. The dual zipper was a smart way to access the pouch and grab your binoculars. The magnets help some what but they need some help in their position in the fabric to make them work better. Also the length of the strings that attach to your binoculars were too short. So I stopped using the strings. My biggest "back to the drawing board" issue is the range finder pockets. What a disaster! The side pockets are so small and you can NOT put your range finder in the side pockets. so let's fix this ASAP! I bought a sowing machine and cut up some Sitka shirts to make it work for me. Never give up!
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Carl Eckhold | 11. 05. 18
Used my bino bivy for the last 2 seasons. Love this product. This is one of my most used pieces of equipment. I use it for hunting and scouting. Great product.
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Rob | 06. 23. 18
Amazing product, I got the 12x15 for more of an equipment / gummy bear holder, that being said they are great at holding my binoculars as well
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Ron | 02. 09. 18
I have 3 different bino harnesses and researched a half dozen others. I'm done looking, the Bino Bivy has what I need. Yes, the dual zippers make noise, but I'll only use the zippers when I'm not hunting. In hunting mode, I'll just use the bottom magnet to hold the cover open, maybe even tuck the cover behind the dual zipper cord. With the lid open like this, the pouch walls are long and stout enough to hold the binos in place for quick access, and they don't fall out when bending over. In foul weather, I can close the lid using the top magnet instead of the zippers. Both magnets are quiet, no "slamming shut" like other models. Love the thin, lightweight straps, too.
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Ron | 02. 07. 18
I've tried three different bino harness systems, and I've researched dozens more. I'm glad I gave these a shot. Definitely one-handed operation. Yes, the zipper adds noise, but I'll only zip it during poor weather, or I'll just use the top magnet to keep the lid closed. 90%+ of the time, I'll actually keep the lid secured open with the bottom magnet, maybe even tuck the lid underneath the dual zipper cord - this gives easy noiseless access to the binos, and the pouch is secure enough to keep them from falling out, even when bending over.
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Foy Walker | 09. 21. 17
Great product and very well made but the zipper is VERY VERY loud on this product. I love this product, but do not like the zippers.
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Philip | 08. 07. 17
This bivy has it all. Top notch. Looking forward to 35 days in the backcountry putting it to the true test!!
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