For nearly 70 years, Steiner Germany has made high-quality optics for military, law enforcement and wildlife enthusiasts.

New for 2015, the Steiner Wildlife XP series roof prism binoculars feature fluoride glass, precision ground Schott lenses and a new Ultra-HD optical system with phase corrected prisms to offer birders, naturalists and even hunters a wider field of view, true color fidelity and crisp edge-to-edge sharpness.

Available in 8x44mm and 10x44mm, the Wildlife XP’s open-bridge design is lightweight, compact and extremely robust. For faster reaction time the XP’s unique Distance-Control-System lets users pre-focus to a known distance, eliminating the need to refocus. Precision dual diopter settings provide a greater range of visual acuity, and the Comfort Grip System’s textured rubber armoring with TechnoGel thumb pads reduce hand fatigue over long periods of viewing.

The Wildlife XP offers incredible close focusing capabilities, long eye relief and is totally fogproof, waterproof and heatproof. Each comes with a padded travel case, removable neoprene rain-guards for the ocular lenses and objective lens caps. The ClicLoc System on the padded neck strap allows attachment or removal of the neck strap or harness with the push of a button and keeps the binoculars hanging straight and action-ready.

For more information on this and other Steiner products visit or call (970) 356-1670.


MSRP: $2,414.99
Magnification: 10x
Objective Lens Diameter: 44
Field of View at 1,000 yds.(ft): 367
Focus System: Fast-Close-Focus
Optics System: Ultra-High Definition
Close Focus: 6
Exit Pupil (mm): 4.4
Luminosity: 19.4
Twilight Factor: 21
Eyecups: Ergonomic
Rubber Armoring: NBR
Long Life Nitrogen Filled: Yes
Waterproof: Yes
Weight(oz.): 30
Dimensions (HxWxL): 7.4 x 5 x 2.5
Neck Strap: Neoprene
Neck Strap Attachment: ClicLoc
Rain Protection Cap: Yes
Carry Case: Yes
Special Features: Distance-Control-System
Warranty: Heritage™ Warranty

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