Many consider a 10x42 binocular to be the sweet spot for glassing. It offers enough magnification for clear identification, but is still compact enough to take everywhere.
Whether it’s your first binocular or your 50th, your glass needs to give you a bright image, feel comfortable in your hands, and be able to take a beating. The BX®-2 Alpine 10x42mm binocular checks all of these boxes and more. It’s perfect for any glass-and-go scenario. With our Twilight Max® Light Management System, this binocular will out-perform everything in its class when it comes to seeing more in less light. And like all Leupold binoculars, it's guaranteed for life.
ADVANCED OPTICAL SYSTEM
Leupold’s Advanced Optical System offers tried and true light transmission for extended glassing sessions, best in class glare reduction in harsh light, and the resolution and clarity that recreational sportsmen and sportswomen demand.
OPEN BRIDGE ROOF PRISM DESIGN
Open bridge, roof prism design is extremely lightweight and ergonomic.
Exterior lens surfaces are treated with DiamondCoat 2, an ion-assist lens coating, for higher light transmission and the greatest level of abrasion resistance we've ever offered. DiamondCoat 2 has the additional advantage of assisting in light transmission, for greater brightness, clarity and contrast, and will prove its worth in the wildest places on earth.
FULLY MULTI-COATED LENS SYSTEM
Fully multi-coated lens system ensures maximum brightness for clarity, contrast, and color fidelity.
Guard-ion is a hydrophobic lens coating that sheds dirt and water for a maintenance-free, clear, crisp image
Phase coated roof prisms significantly increase resolution for a sharp sight picture from edge-to-edge of the visual field.
A built-in 1/4-20 rotateable tripod adapter port makes it easy to mount to a tripod.
Length (in) 5
Weight (oz) 24.1
Objective Lens Diameter (mm) 42
Linear FOV (ft@1000 yd) 342
Angular FOV (Degrees) 6.5
Eye Relief (mm) 15
Exit Pupil (mm) 4.1
Close Focus Distance (ft) 13.5
Interpupillary Distance Max (mm) 78
Interpupillary Distance Min (mm) 57