The Cabelas Euro is made by Meopta and is nothing more than the Meopta Meostar with different rubber armor and the Cabelas logo added. It is a very nice binocular. I thought it and the Vortex Razor were basically equivalent optically, but I haven't spent much time looking through the Meostar and I own the 8X42 Razor.
They have similar FOV numbers. Taking nothing away from the Meostar/Cabelas Euro, the Razor is lighter, has a better warranty, has better eyecup adjustability, and is about $100 less expensive, so I would personally go with the Razor. I think it may very well be the best deal going in premium binoculars. Either is very nice. Both have a very relaxed view. A lot comes down to whether you prefer the ergonomics of the open bridge design (Razor) or the solid hinge design (Meopta). I would handle both if possible and see which one feels better to you. If you can't locate a Razor in your local stores, it feels pretty much identical to the Burris Euro Diamond, and to an extent, the Swaro EL.