January 16, 2016

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Leupold & Stevens, Inc., has extended its line of Leupold® BX®-3 Mojave® Pro Guide™ HD binoculars with the addition of a 50mm option and an increased field of view.

Specially coated extra-low dispersion lenses deliver razor-sharp resolution and exceptional color quality, making it easier than ever to pick out game from deep brush or heavy shadows. The amazingly clear image and light management design is easy on the eyes, especially over extended glassing sessions in the field.

“Hunters spend far more time looking through their binoculars than they do their riflescopes, and this can wear on the eye pretty fast,” said Tim Lesser, vice president of product development for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “The BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD’s lenses make this easier by delivering the clarity and contrast necessary to discern antlers from the tree branches at distance. From daylight to low-light, the BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HDs deliver.”

Influenced by the input of professional hunting guides, the BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD is built to deliver maximum performance and a lifetime of durability, no matter the conditions.

An open bridge design provides a durable base, while reducing weight. The ergonomically designed body makes the BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD an incredibly comfortable binocular to use. Calcium-fluoride lenses deliver vivid color and life-like clarity. Lead-free lenses also maximize light while minimizing weight. The new 50mm lenses offer a 15 percent increase in field of view, allowing more area to be examined.

The BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD binocular is available in either Kryptek® Typhon™ or Kryptek Highlander™ camo patterns, or in basic black. Completely fog proof and waterproof, the BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD binoculars are nitrogen charged and fully sealed.

Twist-up and long eye relief eyecups are eyeglass friendly while also eliminating glare and reflection in bright sunlight. Tripod ready, the BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD features a smooth focusing system, that’s easy to adjust even when wearing gloves.