When it’s time to explore the great outdoors, Nocs Provisions has got your back — or should we say, front.
The maker of adventure-ready binoculars and accessories has launched the new Field Issue 32mm binoculars, the next evolution in the brand’s expanding line of tough, waterproof, adventure-ready outdoor optics.
With the midsize Field Issue, Nocs Provisions has created a pair of waterproof binoculars that combine high-end optical technology from the company’s distinctive Pro Issue model while retaining the compact ruggedness and grippy hand feel that customers adore.
Chris McKleroy, Nocs Provisions Founder and CEO, said they designed the Field Issue for all-day glassing missions and foot-powered travel to remote locations, where every ounce makes a difference, and have integrated much of the optical tech and features from our top-of-the-line Pro Issue.
“The Field Issue truly is an evolution, and offers huge value for outdoor enthusiasts and a perfect choice for hiking, camping, birdwatching, surfing, road trips – you name it,” he said.
Each component of the new Field Issue was created with the goal of creating the best lightweight, multi-purpose binocular that can explore any area while standing out thanks to Nocs’ distinctive, naturally inspired design and color palettes.
The Field Issue’s HiFi Fully Multi-Coated Lenses and a BaK4 Prism give a wide, bright, edge-to-edge viewing experience.
The large focus wheel’s ultra-smoothness and accuracy also enable precise visual adjustments from 9.3 feet to infinity.
The Field Issue is fully waterproof and fog-proof (IPX7 grade), submersible up to three feet underwater, and nitrogen sealed to prevent interior condensation.
The new Field Issue is available today at https://www.nocsprovisions.com and in specialty retailers.
These binoculars are available in two sizes and six new colorways: 8×32 in Coral Red, Corsican Blue, and Deep Slate and 10×32 in Bone Gray, Paydirt Brown, and Ponderosa Green.
Images courtesy of Nocs Provisions
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