Spotting Scope Skins for Vortex Razor Desert Shadow | King&
Spotting Scope Skins for Vortex Razor | King&

Spotting Scope Skins for Vortex Razor

35 reviews


Regular price €49.99


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Finally an easy, yet very effective way to cover and protect your expensive spotting scope. Quickly remove eyepiece covers (that stay attached) with one finger. Fits the following Vortex:

Vortex Spotting Scopes:

SK98 - Razor 85 Straight
SK99 - Razor 85 Angled
SK55 - Razor Helical Focus 65 Straight (New)
SK56 - Razor Helical Focus 65 Angled (New)
SK57 - Razor Helical Focus 85 Straight (New)
SK58 - Razor Helical Focus 85 Angled (New)
SK77 - Viper 80 Angled
SK78 - Viper 65 Angled
SK63 - Diamondback 80 Angled
SK64 - Diamondback 80 Straight
SK65 - Diamondback 65 Angled
SK66 - Diamondback 65 Straight

  • Easy installation
  • Quality neoprene material
  • Provides padded scope protection
  • End caps reinforced to protect lenses
  • Easy on/off end caps remove easy and stay connected
  • Made to fit Vortex Spotting Scopes

Product weight: 8 oz.

Patterns Available:
Desert Shadow®
Mountain Shadow®
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4.5 Based on 35 Reviews
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Tyler T.
Fits good and is functional.

Fits good and is functional. Works better than the one that came with it.

Becky G.
Spotting scope cover

It fits the scope really well, in fact far better than the cover that comes with the scope from the factory. I have purchased many King’s items, and I haven’t been disappointed yet. Thanks.

John B.
Vortex Razor Gen I

The scope skins by Kong’s was the ONLY option for my gen I razor. It fits just the way I needed it to.

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Luis E.
Like a glove

Keeps the spotter safe from dings. Protects your investment.

John B.
Camo skinz cover for vortex spotting scope

This is a nice cover. The only problem is that there is a plastic tab for the stitching that hangs up on the scope when you remove it from the eyepiece end. Would recommend a different design