Keep Your Binoculars Close

Published online: May 16, 2014 Industry
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Cotton Carrier’s Binocular Bracket provides boaters and outdoor enthusiasts a comfortable and secure way to carry binoculars. The Binocular Bracket is simple to use, eliminates strain on the neck and shoulders, and features the same patented technology Cotton Carrier uses to keep cameras safe and secure.

“If you’ve ever kept your binoculars with you while out on your pontoon, you know what a pain they can cause in your neck and shoulders,” said Brook Parker of Cotton Carrier Ltd. “And your binoculars often swing in and out as you move around the boat. The Binocular Bracket will fix that.”

The Binocular Bracket features an L-shaped bracket that attaches to the binoculars on one end, with a Cotton Carrier hub that attaches to the other. The Binocular Bracket is available with the StrapShot ($79), or separately ($39). (

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