Harness Shoulder Pad
This shoulder pad accessory is designed to easily slip over any existing FHF harness. It will fit old and new harnesses alike and will provide a small amount of padding, a matching shoulder color, and will help tame and contain the ends of the straps from the harness. It will fit both the Bino harness and the Fishing Rig.
To install this pad you’ll need to disassemble the upper straps, slide the pad over the straps, making sure to smooth out any webbing inside, and then reassemble your harness.
Harness Shoulder Pad Features
- Provides a small amount of padding
- Tames and contains the ends of the straps from the harness
- Helps increase airflow and keep you dry
- Helps keep the webbing from bunching or twisting under your pack
- Low profile and unnoticed under a pack
- Made in USA
How It's Built
- 500 D Cordura on the upper side
- 3D Airmesh on the lower side
The Harness Shoulder Pad is built to integrate with the following Foundation products.
Bino Harness PRO-M
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Honestly, I doubt think I would like the harness as much without it. It’s a great addition if you looking to purchase the harness. Hours of hiking and glassing it adds that extra layer of comfort.
Great product. Gives that little bit of extra padding without being bulky. Completes the camo color match too. Super comfortable
Installation was easy. Used the shoulder pad for 4 days during the turkey hunting. At first I was not impressed that there was not much padding. After using, I found it was enough to be comfortable and not be in the way of a back pack or my turkey vest.
This shoulder pad makes a noticeable difference when carrying large binos in the FHF Gear harnes.