These high-end zooms are what you want for bike hunting, but I've also taken to carrying them on most mountain bike rides just to enjoy the view
It all depends on what you’re watching and how much you want to spend
Essentials to keep 'em entertained and ready to explore
Arrive prepared no matter where the trail takes you.
We all have at least one friend who chops their own wood, knows all the bird calls, and can navigate a city's public transportation system and the backcountry equally well. These are the gifts they need.
Headed on safari? Here’s what to pack.
With a sleek and lightweight design, plus superb clarity, these binoculars are great for wildlife enthusiasts
The Nikon Monarch 8x42 is the best buy for glassing birds, fireworks, or the people in the building across the street
The performance gap between mid-tier and high-end optics is closing. Here are our favorite pairs of binocs to see you through any situation, including the Leupold Hawthorne 7x42, with its roof-prism design to cut size and weight, and the Bushnell Legend Ultra-HD, which are impressively bright and sharp—especially in low light.
I’m looking for new binoculars for hiking and climbing. I want some optical power, but they can't be too big or heavy. What do you suggest?
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