Gift Guide | Maven Must-Haves | Deer Gear
Gift Guide | Maven Must-Haves
By Deer Gear
B.5 Bino: “In both 15x and 18x options, the B.5 is our most powerful binocular and the fluorite glass is a step above ED glass of similar-sized optics. One of the most modern optical systems on the market, this purpose-built binocular is designed to extend your range for those who require increased magnification and for discerning detail during those critical low-light periods when covering big, open country.”
S.2 Spotting Scope: “The S.2 features a powerful 12-27x magnification range, a 56mm objective lens, an Abbe-Koenig prism, and well thought out ergonomics – all housed in an 11-inch compact, 34 oz. package that helps you get where you need to be, and not impede you from getting there. The 56mm objective lens provides more light gathering capabilities than a traditional 50mm spotter, but the durable magnesium/polymer frame doesn’t compromise on weight, quality, or performance.”
RS.3 Riflescope: “The RS.3 features a 5-30x magnification range, machined turrets with toolless zero, a lockable zero-stop, and at 26.9 oz it’s one of the lightest 30x hunting scopes on the market. Paired with ED glass for true color rendering and a larger 50mm objective lens, this scope maximizes light transmission for common low-light hunting scenarios.”
Gift Card: “Gift cards tend to seem a bit impersonal, suggesting a lack of effort or imagination; a Maven gift card is anything but. When you give the gift of Maven, you’re letting that special friend or loved one know that you’ve put some real thought into who they are. Maybe it’s a contribution toward that customized bino your birding buddy is obsessing over, or maybe it’s money that can be put toward an accessory for that individual who is already part of the Maven optics family. And that stylish friend who’s always sporting apparel just a little different from the crowds – they’ll love standing out with a selection from our lineup of high-quality Maven caps and tees. Impersonal? Hardly.”
Wes White represents the collective — yet individual — voice of the Western Whitetail editorial staff.