Not my post but, I found it via search but it's been dead for a couple weeks so I dont mind hijacking a little, to add a little. This was my current bono harness. I strap rangefinder on lower straps. Seemed alright for a while, but the binos slide a little and if there is an precipitation it seems to get on the eye piece .
After reading the post I wanted you Marsupial guys to know you convinced me to give it a try! Thanks.
Edit** after watching a few reviews I wanted to ask how you guys that recommend the Marsupial feel it works in the rain? It alot more closed than my current set up, but it's still not fully enclosed.
Receiving kuiu on Monday. I want the lowest profile option that I can use one handed and it seemed like best option. Also added the range finder pouch. If it does not suit me will give marsupial a hard look.
here it is with what looks like my new binos sitting in it.
Rumor has it Kuiu is releasing a bino harness this fall that will have 4 attachment points to the actual harness material instead of the top straps connecting to the binos. Not sure if they'll be ditching the current design or offer both options. I also saw a post where a guy cut a couple holes in his harness to connect the top straps. He reinforced the openings and had it functioning quite well.
After 4-5 years, maybe more, can't remember, my FHF harness is starting to have some rub spots and pulled thread here and there. I just ordered another, love them. I really like the kydex holster slung directly underneath, working on that setup with the new one. I also run Hill People Gear chest packs once in a while, I just ditch the straps completely off the binos when I do that. Their rigs are more than bino holders, but handy enough I have 3 different sizes. To be fair, all this gear isn't for me, I usually have a kid or two in tow and routinely lend out gear when new hunters come with us for elk. My buddy loves his marsupial and left his Kuiu for that. I think they're all so expensive, a person just uses what they commit to due to the investment!
I was also in the market for a bino harness and had a few requirements including being made in the US and slim. I ended up deciding on the Marsupial with the upgraded harness and it is awesome. Quality looks to be top notch, it holds my binos snug but not overly snug, and it fits excellent. Overall I'm extremely happy with it so far. Buy a Marsupial and you will be happy you did.