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The 10x42 Buck Commander Binocular from Weaver accompanies you into the rough to find the next trophy. Weaver made, Buck Commander endorsed, creates a meaningful team for finding that whitetail before the shot dissipates into thin air. Scratch-resistant exterior lenses help these binoculars stand the test of time. Fully multicoated optics with multiple layers on all air to glass surfaces affords a brighter, higher-contrast image with less eyestrain. Extendable eyecups and long eye relief shows the full image of view, whether you are wearing eyeglasses or sunglasses or not. They are phase coated with roof prisms enabling sharp contrast with minimum color aberration around the edges. A rubber armored finish contributes shockproof, waterproof and fogproof functionality. The molded surface provides an easy grip for long, comfortable glassing. A soft-sided carry case and convenient neck strap are included. This feature set, at this price, with the Buck Commanders endorsement, can't be underestimated.
Roof-prism system for a sleek design and compact housing
Phase-coated prisms enhance the resolving power and contrast
Fully multicoated layers on all air to glass surfaces for a brighter, contrast-rich image
Scratch-resistant objectives and oculars
AOV of 6.3°, AAOV of 50.3°
Comfortable, extended 19.5mm eye relief
Extendable eyecups provide comfortable viewing with or without sunglasses or eyeglasses
Fogproof and waterproof housing with rubber armoring
Easy-grip molded surface provides a comfortable hold during extended periods of glassing