Gen 3.1 Binocular Harness
- Do not machine wash, use bleach, or use fabric softener on Cordura products.
- Use cold or lukewarm water, mild detergent, and lightly scrub the material with a sponge or soft scrub brush.
- Air dry out of direct sunlight to prevent color fading. DO NOT iron or dry clean.
- Once dry, apply a DWR (durable water repellent) spray to mantain the products ability to shed water.
- Any loose threads from wear and wash should be burned and sealed with a lighter. DO NOT apply flame directly to spacer mesh, Cordura, or other Nylon fabrics. These fabrics will melt and create holes in the product.
- Machine wash warm or cold and tumble dry low with mild detergent. Fleece products can also be air dried. DO NOT use bleach or fabric softener. DO NOT iron or dry clean.
*Quick Release Hangers Not Included*
The Gen 3.1 Binocular Harness is the latest update in our many years of producing American made binocular harnesses. The Gen 3.1 continues the tradition of a magnetic closure, forward opening, and PALS all around for mounting our extensive selection of accessory pouches. T & K makes the ultimate PALS and MOLLE modular system. Below are some of the changes we have made from the Gen 2 to the Gen 3.1.
-B52 Squadron laser cut PALS on both sides, bottom, and front.
-Lid skirts to prevent debris and moisture from entering.
-1/4" Polyethylene foam body
-Metal bar relocation to allow the flap to connect more efficiently while open.
-Spacer mesh back to allow more air flow
Medium with 1" Foam Insert: 15 Ounces
Large with 1" Foam Insert: 16 Ounces
XL: 17 Ounces
PRODUCT MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Made in USA 1000D/500D CORDURA
Made in USA B52 Squadron
Made in USA Polyethylene Foam
Made in USA 3.0MM Military Spacer Mesh
Made in USA Cordura Nylon Webbing
Made in USA 1” Elastic Nylon
Made in USA #5 YKK Zipper
Made in USA 550 Cord Zipper Pulls
Made in USA Grommets
Made in USA 1” Auto Lock Buckles
Made in USA 1” Grosgrain Binding
Made in USA 1” D Rings
Made in USA #69 Nylon Thread
Rare Earth Magnets are purchased from USA companies, but no rare earth magnets are currently manufactured domestically.