Top-quality optics are critical to a great hunt. Today we bring you one of the best Vortex Viper HD Binoculars that gives you the performance serious hunters demand, at a surprisingly reasonable price. These are among the lightest, easiest-handling full-size binos available, and offer you the advantage of High-Density extra-low dispersion glass for superior edge-to-edge clarity.
XR™ anti-reflective coatings provide outstanding light transmission, ensuring that your low-light viewing will be crisp, clear, and true to form. With an extra-wide field of view, Vortex Viper Binoculars keep you fully apprised of all downrange activity.
The upgraded version comes with a significantly wider field of view, angle of view, and interpupillary distance adjustment range from the previous iteration to make views more spacious and viewing through them easier and more comfortable for a wide variety of users.
Boasting HD (High Density) extra-low dispersion glass for outstanding edge-to-edge clarity, low-light-conquering XR™ anti-reflective coatings, and a super-wide field of view – this is an optical system that’s sure to please. From a size and weight perspective, the Vortex binoculars are one of the lightest, most compact, full-size binos on the market.
In the field, you should have no trouble reaching them at a moment’s notice with the included GlassPak™ Chest Harness providing comfortable, protected, strain-free, all-day carry. With four highly versatile configurations, there’s a Viper HD binocular ready to make any birding adventure a success.
The powerful magnification is designed for observing large games at extreme distances such as in the wide-open spaces of the American West. Large 50mm objective lenses draw in generous amounts of light to offset the dimming that can happen with high-power optics and maintain bright and crisp images even when conditions are less than ideal.
Complementing the optical performance are construction details that allow the Viper HD to withstand the rigors of the trail. The optical tubes are argon-filled and O-ring sealed to be waterproof and resistant to internal fogging if the weather turns or they take an accidental spill in a stream or puddle. Protecting the optical components is a polycarbonate chassis that is lightweight and durable as well as resistant to the expansion and contraction that metal suffers from and which can lead to fuzzy views over time.