Leupold Binocular Review - Which Model Is The One For You?
Oregon based Leupold produces many fine pieces of sporting equipment, including the popular Wind River, Leupold Olympic binoculars and Golden Ring ranges of binoculars. A Leupold binocular review can help you decide which model is most suited to your needs.
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The Leupold Golden Ring series of binoculars offer an Interpupillary Distance Lock to prevent scope movement, meaning they can be used one handed.
The Golden Ring 8x42mm and 10x42mm binoculars also feature Leupold’s exclusive Index Matched Lens System whereby each individual coating is custom matched specifically to the type of glass used and to the placement of the lens within the binocular itself, resulting in an incredible level of clarity, brightness and colour fidelity. With a close range of just seven feet – and a field view range of 340 feet at 1,000 yards the Golden Ring binoculars generally gain a review of being ideally suited to the optical needs of almost anyone, ranging from butterflyers to birders.
Leupold Wind River binoculars including the Mesa™ Camo binoculars with its 8x42mm and 10x50mm center focus also have generous twist up eyecups that allow even eyeglass wearers to use the binoculars for hours in perfect comfort. These Leupold binoculars are ideal for birders due to the enhanced optical performance afforded by the Porro prism lens system, meaning these binoculars transmit a clear three dimensional image useful in aiding bird identification.
Ruggedly built, one hundred percent waterproof and with a tough outer armour, the Leupold Mesa™ binoculars are ideal for wetter locations and are guaranteed to provide excellent optical performance at all times.