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BARNEVELD, Wis. – Stow them in your truck, backpack, go-bag, or anywhere adventure takes you. The new Triumph® HD 10×42 binocular from Vortex® delivers quality, durability, and the lifetime VIP Warranty™ you have come to expect.

The Triumph® HD 10×42 doesn’t cost a fortune and won’t let you down. Good resolution and contrast for detecting animals in the shadows. Brightness and clarity to help you tell an antler from an ear. And a wide field of view, so you don’t miss a thing.

Other benefits include:

HD OPTICAL SYSTEM for crisper color & sharper images FULLY MULTI-COATED LENSES delivers greater clarity & low-light performance ROOF PRISM design makes them more durable and compact RUBBER ARMOR adds more secure grip & external protection TRIPOD ADAPTABLE allows use on a tripod or car window mount ADJUSTABLE EYECUPS & DIOPTER for customizable viewing, even with glasses WATER, FOG & SHOCKPROOF for reliable viewing in any environment

Experience the fun of glassing wherever adventure takes you. The Triumph® HD 10×42 binocular (MAP: $99.99  MSRP: $149.99) also ships with useful neck strap and adjustable GlassPak™ binocular harness for fast access and easy carry in the field.

Click here to learn more about the Triumph® HD 10×42 binocular.

For a list of specifications, frequently asked questions, and high-resolution images, check out the Vortex New Product Portal.

To see more from Vortex®, visit or follow us on InstagramFacebookYouTube, and Twitter.

About Vortex®: Your desire to be your best fuels our promise to provide nothing short of exceptional performance, unmatched service, and memorable experiences. The way we see it, your success is our success. Welcome to Vortex Nation™.

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(Originally posted by HLNews)


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