Burris Optics Adds 15×56 Model to Popular Signature HD Binocular Line

In 2017, Burris disrupted the hunting optics market with the robust Signature HD binocular lineup, capturing the attention of hunters across both western and eastern regions. Renowned for their resilience in the harshest hunting terrains, coupled with Burris’s focus on clarity and light transmission, the Signature HD series established new benchmarks in their class of observational optics.

Now, Burris ups the game with the release of the new Signature HD 15×56 binoculars.

The Signature HD 15×56 joins the original 8×42, 10×42, and 12×50 Signature HD models to provide outdoor enthusiasts with a full range of optics to meet every adventure. With its 15X magnification, the Signature HD 15×56 puts the farthest objects practically in your lap. Designed with everything a hunter needs for glassing distant game and precision shooters spotting impacts on targets, the newest Signature HD binocular delivers an expansive field of view and maximum low light visibility.

Featuring Bak-4 glass with Phase Correct, dielectric coating found on the prisms the Signature HD 15×56 delivers optimal resolution, color fidelity, and light transmission, and boasts the same precision manufacturing and quality offered in the 8x, 10x, and 12x binoculars. Precision-ground lenses follow the same “performance-first” construction and include Hi-Lume Index-matched multi-coating to further boost clarity, light transmission, and to eliminate glare. And to ensure the view is always clear, the binoculars are nitrogen-filled for reliable waterproof and fog-proof performance.

Since the Signature HD 15×56 is intended to give hunters the broad visibility and far-reaching magnification demanded in open country, it follows that the Signature HD binoculars are built to take everything the most austere western environments can dish out. To that end, the Signature HD 15×56 features an ultra-rugged, shockproof body that can suck up the hard knocks along with a tough rubber armor that offers additional protection and impact absorption. Every Signature HD bino includes a tripod adapter mount on the bridge for stable observation when fine details matter most.

An integrated no-slip texturing makes the Signature HD 15×56 suitable for everything from hot, early-season antelope hunts to frigid, late-season mule deer and elk adventures. Add in a comfortable neoprene neck strap and stout, metal eyecups for eye relief adjustment and you have a binocular system that is a reliable partner whether you are hunting on foot, on horseback, or cruising in the ranch truck.

Serious hunters know that high-quality optics are not an option when big game is on the line. If your big-game hunts mean traversing big country, the Signature HD 15×56 binoculars from Burris are ready to saddle up.

Signature HD 15×56 Specifications

  • Magnification: 15x
  • Objective: 56mm
  • Focus System: Fast Focus
  • Optics System: HD Roof Prism
  • FOV Ft. @ 1000 yds.: 215 ft.
  • Close Focus: 23 ft.
  • Exit Pupil:7mm
  • Eye Relief:7 in
  • IP Distance Range: 60mm – 75mm
  • Eyecups: adjustable, aluminum
  • Nitrogen-Filled: yes
  • Waterproof Depth: 1 meter
  • Weight: 40 oz.
  • Dimensions:2 in x 5.7 in x 2.5 in
  • Neck Strap: yes
  • Carry Case: yes
  • MSRP: $960

For more information on the Signature HD 15×56 binoculars, visit BurrisOptics.com.

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