BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X
BINO X

BINO X

Regular price $99.99
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You expect a lot from those plus-size binos you carry. Likewise, you’ll get everything you want and more from the Bino X, Badlands' biggest bino case. It combines our Zip-No™ magnetic seal with Progressive Opening technology to expose only as much of the case’s inner treasures as the job requires. And because bigger binos mean heavier binos, our oversized shoulder straps move the weight off your neck for all-day comfort. That's plus-sized Badlands performance.

Total Weight: 1 LB
Inside Dimensions: 9.5 IN H x 6 IN W x 4 IN D
Outside Dimensions: 10 IN H x 7.5 IN W x 4 IN D
Main Volume: 220 CI
Total Volume: 200 CI
  • Zip-No™ Magnetic Technology
  • KXO-32™ Fabric
  • Hypalon Reinforcements
  • Aramid Bartacking
  • Backpack-Friendly Neoprene Harness
  • Hydration Compatible (Up to 1L)
  • Holds Up to 12 x 50 Binoculars
  • Ventilated Shoulder Straps

Features

Zip-No™ Magnetic Closure System

Badlands harnessed the power of super-strong magnets to create a quiet, secure (and strangely addictive) method of closing cases and pouches. The Zip-No magnetic closure system is dustproof, watertight, and will keep your gear secure.

Badlands' KXO-32™ Fabric

After 31 attempts at creating the ultimate hunting fabric, we nearly gave up. Turns out 32 tries was the charm. Badlands' KXO-32 fabric is tough, waterproof, incredibly quiet, and lightweight, too.

Aramid Bartacking on Stress Points

Badlands chose this thread because a single strand of Aramid fiber can hold more than 100 pounds. Look for that yellow bartack reinforcing every stress point on our packs. Why yellow? Because it's so tough, it can't even be dyed. Hey, at least it's not pink.

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