Every outdoorsman and outdoorswoman I know carry gear with them. Keys, rangefinders, binoculars, you name it, someone carries it. Most of these items get carried in a pocket or around your neck. If you hang it around your neck, it puts strain on your spine and can cause discomfort. The retractable rangefinder holster from GearKeeper prevents that extra weight on your neck. This neat little pouch can be used for left- or right-handed people. The flap can snap open if you are using it a lot and can be hooked on your beltloop, or you can put your belt through it.
It is covered in camouflage so it can be used when hunting or for just a trip to the range. The GearKeeper holster make it easy to carry your rangefinder or binoculars in any scenario. The inside is padded and soft, so even if you drop it, your rangefinder will be safe and the lens won’t break.
Another cool piece of gear from GearKeeper is the Super Zinger. It can hold up to 50 pounds without breaking and is resistant to salt water. It reaches out to three-feet and has a quick connect end to it to quickly interchange the objects clipped to the end. GearKeeper also has a warranty that protects you against any defects on workmanship or materials. However, I don’t think you’ll ever need to file a claim since I use mine all the time and never have a problem.
Check out GearKeeper’s full line of products here, and make sure to follow them on Facebook, and Twitter!
Until next time!
-Kat & Wes
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