Our Legend L Series binoculars are category leaders in image clarity and performance. Based on the award-winning Legend Ultra HD series, the L Series offers an improved user experience with a soft rubber housing, increased eyecup resistance, thumbhole cutouts, custom objective covers and a locking diopter.
The L Series comes with ED Prime extra-low dispersion fluorite glass that allows the visible colors of the spectrum to focus at virtually the same point. This helps provide improved color resolution and contrast, practically eliminates chromatic aberration and color-fringing, and brings out detail even under low-light conditions. The RainGuard® HD coating allows high performance in wet weather that would render other optics unusable.
- ED Prime glass provides amazing color resolution and contrast
- Locking eyepiece diopter
- Lightweight magnesium chassis for reliability in extreme environments
- RainGuard HD water-repellent coating allows continued use in wet weather
- Ultra Wide Band Coating is customized for every lens to allow maximum brightness and truer color across the light spectrum
- PC-3® phase-coated prisms enhance resolution and contrast
- Lead-free glass
RainGuard HDThis patented, permanent, water-repellent coating causes moisture from rain, snow, sleet and condensation to bead up and scatter less light, so you get a clear, bright view when other optics would be rendered useless
ED Prime GlassED Prime Extra-Low Dispersion fluorite glass delivers amazing color resolution and contrast, and virtually eliminates chromatic aberration and color-fringing to bring out the most distinct details possible in low-light conditions. Allowing you to see clearer and brighter.
RealTree XtraThe Xtra in Realtree Xtra stands for extra effectiveness in the field. This new camo pattern blends perfectly year round in a variety of habitats. It blends best from the leaf change of fall through winter, then again in early spring before green-out.
Ultra Wide Band CoatingAn anti-reflection coating process that is customized for every lens element in the optical path, in order to allow the best possible light from the front glass all the way back to the eyepiece. The result? Optimum brightness and true color across the light spectrum.