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Bushnell Trophy XLT Waterproof Binoculars

Bushnell Trophy XLT Waterproof Binoculars

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The Bushnell Trophy XLT Waterproof Binoculars offer big-time clarity and brightness in a handy midsize.

Features

  • 100% waterproof/fogproof
  • Soft-touch thumbgrips further improve handling ease
  • Long-range roof prism is excellent for outdoor travel
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$130.45
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$92.04
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Bushnell Trophy XLT 8x32 Binocular offers big-time clarity and brightness in a handy midsize. With light transmission, clarity and ruggedness as top priorities, Bushnell sets out to build the ultimate hunting binoculars. The Bushnell binocular from Trophy XLT series was born, and this year reborn with a new housing that's even more durable and comfortable to use.

Fully multi-coated optics and BaK-4 prisms work together to deliver ultra-bright, razor-sharp images through the most critical periods of game movement. Long-range roof prism is excellent for outdoor travel. And the tough, streamlined Dura-Grip Rubber-armored housing is O-ring sealed and nitrogen-purged for 100% waterproof/fogproof dependability. This Bushnell binocular features long-range roof prism and is excellent for outdoor travel. Soft-touch thumbgrips further improve handling ease, and the objective lenses are now protected from the elements by flip covers. Bushnell Trophy XLT binoculars are made with enviro-friendly materials.

Bushnell Trophy XLT 10x42 Binocular has ideal magnification for viewing wildlife at long ranges and wide field of view. With light transmission, clarity and ruggedness as top priorities, Bushnell sets out to build the ultimate hunting binoculars. The Bushnell binocular from Trophy XLT series was born, and this year reborn with a new housing that's even more durable and comfortable to use. 

Features


  • 100% Waterproof/Fogproof
  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics
  • New Dura-Grip Rubber
  • Fast Focus
  • Soft Touch Thumbgrips
  • Flip Objective Covers
  • EF Glass
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Bushnell Trophy XLT Waterproof Binoculars 233208 Trophy XLT waterproof binoculars, 8 x 32mm
$92.04
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$119.61
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