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    S4 bino harness

    I want the s4 bino harness but I'm concerned the thicker shoulder straps will be uncomfortable while wearing a backpack at the same time. Do they interfere? Do u guys like the harness?

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    these things are awesome, wear them under your pack, you will hardly notice them. they are so comfortable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    these things are awesome, wear them under your pack, you will hardly notice them. they are so comfortable!
    Ditto! They are great.
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    Like they said, you will not notice it at all under your pack. Only problem I had with my S4 was it tend to ride up onto my neck throughout the day.......irritated me enough I went and bought the harness from Kuiu.

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    I guess I haven't seen the kuiu harness. That's why I considering switching to the s4 cause my regular harness would ride up my neck. The s4 does the same?

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    For me it did, I also hear good things about the fhf harness system. Looks to be similar to the Kuiu one I have.

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    Here are the links to the fhf harness as well as the Kuiu harness.

    http://fhfgear.com/hunting/bino-harness/

    http://store.kuiu.com/bino-harness-p/80010.htm

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    I switched from the S4 to the FHF, and it has turned into one of my favorite gear finds, in years. I had mine made with the built in rangefinder pocket as well...awesome. It also has a couple little pouches sewn into the sides of the harness where I keep my smoke bottle for checking wind. Do yourself a favor and at least check out the FHFs, I also have their bear spray holster on the waist belt of my MR.

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    So I have S4 harness and I have never had a problem with it but I wanted to know why you guys think the other two harnesses do not ride up vs the S4.
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    S4 uses a lot of elastic, which in time will loosens up and move freely. My Kuiu harness is all webbing and I can get a nice tight fit around the ribs which keeps this harness in place. I tried and tried to get my S4 to work but it just kept ridding up, not exactly sure why or what I was doing wrong.

 

 

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