With improved optical performance, the new Steiner XC 8x42 Binocular is the perfect entry-level outdoor binocular. Its lightweight, ergonomic design means greater comfort when hiking, birding or watching a sporting event, and the legendary Steiner ruggedness and quality will stand up to anything Mother Nature can throw at you. Precision-engineered lenses pick up amazing detail at longer distances or critical detail as close as 6 feet. The rugged Makrolon housing is made with durable polycarbonate with NBR Long Life rubber armoring, creating a lightweight, rugged chassis that withstands 11 Gs of impact. That means these binoculars are impervious to harsh conditions, allowing generations of trusted use. The N2 Injection System seals 14-psi pressurized dry nitrogen into the optic for fogproof clarity in any conditions, from arctic cold to desert heat. These binoculars are also waterproof so you don't need to fear rainy days or aquatic adventures. The ClicLoc system attaches and releases to your neck strap or harness instantly with push button ease, and is designed so binoculars hang straight and action-ready.
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