LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack

LA Police Gear Atlas 12 Hour Tactical Backpack

SKU #: LAPG-BG-12H-Pack
MSRP: $99.99
$44.99
Description

LA Police Gear's Atlas line of Tactical Backpacks are so packed with features, we're truly besides ourselves. Just like all LAPG products, these backpacks are a tremendous value, but don't sacrifice on quality or materials. We've upped the ante even more with the Atlas Backpacks, as they are made from ultra-tough 900D Polyester with a PVC Coating. So as to not scream "tactical" so much, we've utilized laser cut molle on all areas of the packs.

Last but definitely not least, we have added a new feature to the straps of the Atlas line that allows you to buckle in our LAPG Tactical Chest Pack Attachment directly to the backpack. The Chest Pack is a versatile carrying system that basically gives the storage of another backpack. Great for CCW, small items, or anything you can think of! We spent a long time on the drawing board and on the trail with the Atlas backpacks and know that it shows. You won't be disappointed.

Features:

  • Made from 900D Polyester with PVC Coating
  • Laser cut MOLLE is functional, but more subtle than normal MOLLE webbing
  • LAPG Shoulder Strap System integrates with separate Tactical Chest Pack Attachment
  • Hydration compatible with ports on both shoulders
  • Front pocket is LOADED with organization
  • Fleece lined eyeglass/accessory compartment
  • Loop lined interior for attaching LAPG Pouches or other hook backed items
  • 3 Large pockets inside main compartment
  • Strap tie-downs on all loose straps
  • Ergonomic and breathable padded back
  • Removable Backplate
  • Overall Dimensions: 18" H x 13" W x 8.5" D
  • Volume: 2142 cu. in.
  • Weight: 3.5 Lbs
  • Reviews
    4.6
    31 Reviews
    5
    68% (21)
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    97% Recommend this product (30 of 31 responses)
    By Chris
    Roseville, CA
    November 16, 2017
    Excellent small backpack
    I bought this for my son to use for carrying books to school. He loves it! Perfect fit for a small backpack, plenty of options to customize, and good quality on the materials. Thanks for another great product!
    ProsLooks great Easy to customize Durable
    By Jesus
    NY
    November 8, 2017
    Great bag
    Very spacious bag for everyday carry items as Well as extras.
    By Jaime Cancio
    2300 R. Street #208, Bakersfield, California 93301
    October 21, 2017
    LAPG Atlas 12 Hour Tackle Backpack
    Saw a review of this backpack on YouTube and decided to check LAPG for availability and specifications. Decided to purchase from the available information. Wanting to make a three day earthquake pack - was very surprised by the quality of the bag and its many adaptive interior compartments/pockets. Impressed also with all the available Molle attachment points on the exterior. I will order the front load accessory poaches as well as well as flat hydration pack - both I was not knowledgeable existed until visiting the LAPG site. Very impressed with this with this backpack and it will more than adequately meet my needs in building an emergency three-to-five day preparations for disaster pack. Thank you LAPG for the prompt delivery as well. I point out a few of my friends have seen this pack and all of them want to get one for themselves. Everyone of them liked the quality and design of this pack.
    ProsI appreciate all the Molle attachment points. I follow the ten 'C' for bushcraft/outdoor survival rules and use exterior (smaller) poaches to carry necessary gear. Love the outdoors and this pack and its contents will serve both as emergency preparation pack and pack for an immediate outdoor adventure pack.
    ConsI wish the pack had low pack carrying straps to anchor tarps, or ground pad and sleeping bag.
    By W1
    Ohio
    October 19, 2017
    Good quality pack
    Very good quality pack for the money
    ProsMade from good quality materials
    ConsYKK zippers would put it to that next level
    By Brian
    Pennsylvania
    October 17, 2017
    Great value for the money
    Fantastic quality bag for the price. My only complaint is the lack of velcro in the back for ccw.
    ProsMaterials used to make the outside of the bag. Laser cut molle. Colors.
    ConsLack of velcro for ccw Elastic on the inside of the admin pouch would be a huge upgrade. Para cord zipper pulls would also he nice but that's an easy fix.
    By Rob
    Yakima,WA
    August 27, 2017
    Great Bag, Awesome Price!
    Good quality materials.
    By Chris
    Indiana, PA
    August 12, 2017
    atlas 12 hour
    great value backpack would definitely recommend to others
    Proswell built easy access to pockets heavy duty shoulder straps
    By John
    San Jose, CA
    June 8, 2017
    Good pack
    One of the nylon zipper polls with the plastic tab broke the first time used. I need to get another pull or return the pack. Otherwise, I would have gave it 5 stars.
    ProsNice pack for the money
    ConsZipper pull broke when used
    By Bluesguitarboy
    Cincinnati
    June 7, 2017
    Perfect Backpack
    Great for carrying a laptop. The compartments are very well placed and designed. Comfortable to wear and durable.
    By Larry
    South Florida
    May 25, 2017
    Overall good bag
    Using it as a day hike bag. No problems with interior or exterior of bag. Shoulder straps comfortable. So far so good after 75 miles of hiking.
    ProsComfortable on the shoulders with the u-shape harness
    ConsSmaller than what I thought but still an overall good choice
    By Ram
    Texas
    May 10, 2017
    Great bag for the price
    You can't beat the bag for it's price. perfect for a afternoon out in the woods/ or just a good size range bag.
    By Shon
    Nc
    May 4, 2017
    LAPG 12 backpack
    I haven't had it long but love it so far. The bag is made of a stronger material than most other bags of this kind. I bought it to ride on a motorcycle and for small hikes. Fits great on my back. It's not too big for a motorcycle ride and fits comfortably.
    By AJ
    San Leandro, CA
    May 3, 2017
    Best EDC pack so far!
    I literally carry this bag every day to work and around town. As someone who shops around for buses and used bus parts I have to carry specific gear with me all day (e.g. tablet with bluetooth keyboard, electronics kit, basic tool kit - sockets, wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, light, etc.). I had previously been using my GoRuck Shadow ruck 20Liter, but it does not have the organization nor protection that I needed for my line of work. It was also twice as much as this Atlas 12 hour pack. I still love my Goruck pack for lit bouts around town, but this pack is still my best edc pack to date!
    ProsNumerous organizational compartments. I use the water reservoir compartment for my tablet to keep it separate from the rest of my gear. Low profile, laser-cut molle is so much more discreet than the usual "military" molle. Goes virtually unnoticed in an urban enviornment.
    ConsThe compression buckles constantly get in the way of my opening of the main compartment. It probably would have been better if the female buckle were switched from the male adapter on the pack - this way it will not impede the opening of the main compartment any.
    By Mark
    Texas
    April 28, 2017
    LAPG 12 Hour Pack
    Overall great pack. Lotas of extras.
    ProsMore extras than other packs this size for the price, such as a waist belt, clips to add a front pack system, felt lined pocket and more.
    ConsNot enough internal pockets in the front compartment. Makes packing little items a little harder. Fix is a small pouch that can hold all the middle EDC items. This way you can pull the pouch out and get to all the small stuff quickly without rummaging all thought the 12 hr pack.
    By Sam
    Hayward, Ca
    April 10, 2017
    Great pack, but it's got some flaws.
    I bought this pack as a replacement for an aging, no longer in production Swiss Gear pack. I've been running it for about 5 months now as EDC. It goes with me every day to work as well as weekend hikes and a few over nighters out in the woods and desert. First off I love the organization this pack offers. Plenty of pockets to separate gear into their respective "Zones". The stealth PALS system is also very nice. It makes for a very modular system. I currently have a Condor bottle pouch on the left side & a cheap sleeve/tube style bottle pouch on the other side as a quick drop pocket. The shoulder straps are also very comfortable. - There are a few things I don't like though. First being the weight. It's heavy for it's size. - The material is listed as 900D coated polyester. I think that 900D is a little overkill for this pack. The back and bottom would be fine in this material, but the main body could've been made from 600D or even 400D in some places. The PVC coating is also kind of a drawback. It keeps water out. But it also keeps it in. While there are drain holes in the bottom of the pack, the coating allows condensation to build inside the compartments. - Next would be the PALS webbing. The panels are only sewed onto the pack around their perimeters. After experimenting with a few different pouches I found that the panels pull away from the base fabric and they sag. A vertical stitch every other ladder would take care of that. - Not so much of a problem... More of an annoyance. The stiffening panel sits way low creating a sort of lip at the bottom back edge of the pack. It causes the pack to fall onto it's front side when you set it down. I usually set my pack down in the passenger seat of my vehicles for easy access. Most times they lean back against the seat, but the Atlas 12 likes to fall forward into the floorboard. Maybe this will change after a few modifications I have in mind. -No side pockets. It would be nice to have near full length side pockets on this pack similar to the Atlas 24 & 72.
    Pros- Great Layout and Organization - Stealth PALS Webbing - Great shoulder straps - Comfortable - Great price point
    Cons-Heavy for it's size -No side pockets -Pals webbing sags with any weight
    Q&A
    20 Questions & 52 Answers
    AR
    from Wa asked:
    September 26, 2017
    Can I fit a 17 inch laptop comfortably in the sleeve of this pack?
    5 Answers
    There isn't a sleeve for this pack. It definitely fits a 17 inch comfortably. This is probably the best pack I've purchased.
    Mike J
    on November 8, 2017
    from Saint Louis, Missouri
    Yes it can I use it for my laptop for school. Fits well and can barely tell its moving
    Armando
    on November 8, 2017
    from Hesperia, CA
    The internal sleeve is approximately 10"x10". The sleeve under the packs back padding is 16.5"x10.5". You may have to put a tape measure to it but I would think it would fit. This is my EDC, but I've also used it for bear and elk and scouting/hunting. About twenty pounds loaded. Fits and rides very well for me at 5'9/165 pounds. I also appreciate the wide waist belt, doesn't pinch your skin..a big plus. For EDC, I carry a trauma kit, ear protection, a multi tool,two knives, pistol with holster and spare mag, flashlight and headlamp,TP in a Ziploc bag, and a hydration bag. Plus the regular junk like phone and wallet etc. And there is still plenty of room for food and rain gear. Over all a good pack, seems tough, the laser cut molle is very functional, I like it better than the old school style and it's lighter. It's bigger than I thought it would be but turns out it was a good thing. And the color is also way cool,I bought the OD green one. Give them a try, great gear at a great price. Good luck!!
    Furyion
    on November 8, 2017
    from Grand junction Colorado
    No. The 24 Hour or 72 Hour pack might be better for a 17" laptop, but the 12 Hour is not large enough to accommodate one.
    Chris
    on November 9, 2017
    from Roseville, CA
    My 15" laptop is just a hair too big to fit in the separate back compartment, however the pouch within the main compartment fits it just fine, I would imagine a 17" would fit fine as well in there.
    Tanner
    on November 13, 2017
    from Bemidji, MN

    CHONG
    from ALLEN, TX asked:
    July 28, 2017
    How many total pockets does it have including the mesh pockets inside pockets.
    1 Answers
    This has 5 main pockets, 6 interior pockets, 2 pen pockets, 1 hydration pouch pocket, and 1 plate pocket.
    Customer Service
    on July 28, 2017

    John
    from PA asked:
    May 15, 2017
    What are the female buckles at the top of the should straps used for?
    1 Answers
    Those buckles allow you to adapt the chest pack in with the backpack: http://www.lapolicegear.com/lapg-bg-chestpack.html
    Customer Service
    on May 15, 2017

    Brian
    from Charleston, SC asked:
    May 4, 2017
    What would you recommend to be the max weight capacity for this 12 hour Atlas? I am looking at this to use for a GoRuck event where my pack will likely weigh ~40 lbs. Thanks!!!
    7 Answers
    Unfortunately we don’t have a weight recommendation for this but this should hold 40 lbs just fine.
    Customer Service
    on May 5, 2017
    Probably would work fine. I ruck with 25 lbs. on a regular basis with mine. Nice and stable without the waist belt. 40 should be fine if you keep the belt on.
    Jacob
    on May 5, 2017
    from Amarillo, TX
    I have loaded the Atlas 12 with over 50 lbs of tools, computer equipment, jumper cables. I know, for a fact, that 40 lbs will not be a problem. I cannot, however, say that I have put my ruck through the rigors of a rucking competition. Good luck to you!
    AJ
    on May 5, 2017
    from SAN LEANDRO, CA
    I would recommend going with the Atlas 24hr. or something similar. I have done quite a bit of backpacking and 40 lbs would be the top end of weight on the 12 hr. I am 6'2" and the shoulder straps are all the way out to get any weight on the waist strap. You might get away with it if you are under 6' and only want to use it this way for one event.
    Fletcher
    on May 5, 2017
    from Pueblo, Colorado
    I won't actually get the bag until Saturday so I will have a better answer for you then. I have the original operator bag and that bag would definitely work for what you need. If this bag is made like the operator bag then it should work for you.
    Giang
    on May 5, 2017
    from San Jose, CA
    Think it could do 40lbs. Just pack it correctly.
    Mark
    on May 6, 2017
    from Portland, TX
    I would say it would be on the limit of being tough on your shoulders & uncomfortable. I just hiked 27 miles over 3 days over rough terrain in AK, and my shoulders were fatigued (pack weight around 25 lbs). The waist belt helped some, but it was not made to support a lot of weight onto the hips like many of the true hiking packs with a waist support.
    Stephen
    on May 7, 2017
    from Dallas

    Tim
    from AZ asked:
    March 15, 2017
    Will the LA Police Gear 3.0L Shape Shifter Reservoir fit in to the Atlas 12 hour bag
    1 Answers
    Yes that reservoir is approximately 18 inches long empty so it should easily fit the 12.
    Customer Service
    on March 15, 2017

    Chris
    from New york asked:
    March 9, 2017
    How big is the backpack in comparison to the LAPG Operator Backpack? Bigger? Smaller?
    1 Answers
    The Atlas 12 Hour Pack is much smaller than the Operator. The 24 Hour pack would be closer to that size.
    Customer Service
    on March 17, 2017

    Ron
    from Hershey, PA asked:
    March 4, 2017
    Is there Velcro on the front for patches and attachments ?
    1 Answers
    Yes this has hook and loop material on the front.
    Customer Service
    on March 6, 2017

    Brad
    from OH asked:
    March 3, 2017
    YKK zippers?
    1 Answers
    No these do not have YKK zippers.
    Customer Service
    on March 3, 2017

    Mike
    from Maryland asked:
    February 19, 2017
    Is the waist belt removeable?
    6 Answers
    Yes the waist strap can be removed.
    Customer Service
    on February 20, 2017
    No it's sewn in.
    Stoffer
    on February 20, 2017
    from CT
    Yes. It's threaded through a buckle on each side.
    Anthony
    on February 20, 2017
    from Elko, NV
    Yes, The wasit belt is removable. the two buckles are attached to the pack and the belt weaves through the buckles. I removed mine in a matter of seconds and it goes back on easily and quickly. The two buckles are attached but they are not in the way when the waist belt is off.
    Rodney
    on February 20, 2017
    from Lubbock, TX
    Yes, just confirmed that it is removable.
    Phil
    on February 20, 2017
    from LA, CA
    Correction: Yes it is. Ignore my previous response.
    Stoffer
    on February 22, 2017
    from CT

    Crispy
    from Illinois asked:
    February 19, 2017
    How much does each pack weigh by itself?
    3 Answers
    Without weighing it I would say only a couple pounds. It is heavily constructed of quality materials so it's not like a school book bag. It's made for hard use.
    Anthony
    on February 20, 2017
    from Elko, NV
    While I quickly loaded it upon receipt to replace another backpack, I noticed it was quite light, and would estimate a pound or so. It is well designed with balanced weight distribution, and padding for upper and low back areas.
    Phil
    on February 20, 2017
    from LA, CA
    In product description it says it weighs 3.5 lbs. I would say this is accurate. It's not the lightest daypack I own, but it is probably the most durable.
    Edawg
    on March 7, 2017
    from Brisbane, Australia

    Evan
    from Melbourne, Australia asked:
    February 16, 2017
    Does the hook and loop material inside the pack run along the side walls of the main compartment? Or is it just on the back as it shows in the video?
    5 Answers
    Just the back and about half way to the bottom
    brent s
    on February 17, 2017
    from dekalb, IL
    There Is no Velcro on the side walls of the main compartment. It's on the back of the main compartment just as in the video.
    Bob
    on February 17, 2017
    from Lexington, Kentucky
    Just the back of the main compartment.
    Anthony
    on February 17, 2017
    from Elko, NV
    The hook and loop only runs on the top half of the interior of the pack along the back wall of the main compartment and no hook and loop on the interior side walls.
    Rodney
    on February 17, 2017
    from Lubbock, TX
    The loop is just on the back panel in mine.
    Sam
    on February 22, 2017
    from Hayward, CA

    Stoffer
    from Connecticut asked:
    February 15, 2017
    How weather resistant is it?
    8 Answers
    I'm using it as a range bag for pistols, ammo, and suppressor. Can't comment on its weather proofing I'm afraid.
    John S.
    on February 15, 2017
    from PA
    Seems to be very weather resistant. The material is heavy and tightly woven and the zippers are heavy and covered.
    Anthony
    on February 15, 2017
    from Elko, NV
    The pack is made from very thick material. It is not waterproof, but I believe a lite rain would roll off for a while. I also believe the material would hold up well with some waterproofing spray. Be sure to test for color fastness.
    Rodney
    on February 15, 2017
    from Lubbock, TX
    I just received my pack but I tried some water droplets on it and it seemed to have some water resistance but it's very difficult to make a pack waterproof. My experiences with backpacks/rucksacks is that one should be prepared for wet weather and pack items that should not get wet In a dry sack, wrap them in a plastic bag, and/or wear a poncho in steady rain or use an appropriate waterproof pack cover. This pack would probably keep its contents relatively dry in light rain/sprinkles but would not be water tight in a downpour. I can update this information after I've had a chance to take it into the field in wet weather. That being said, I'm very impressed with the quality of construction and materials. A fantastic value at over twice the amount I paid.
    Bob Kennedy
    on February 15, 2017
    from Lexington, Kentucky
    Limited weather resistance - essentially the same as most MOLLE type gear made from cordura nylon or similar material. Will shed water but in a down pour will eventually soak through.
    BR
    on February 16, 2017
    from NY
    I've already run it through the washing machine and it survived just fine durability wise. If there is light rain it will be fine. A long trip in a heavy downpour or setting it down in a puddle for an extended period of time will cause failure. In short, fine for a rainy day but I wouldn't go swimming with it.
    Kyle
    on February 17, 2017
    from SUNLAND, California
    Since receiving the backpack, we have had rain in So Cal with the contents of the backpack remaining drying in the 15 minute walking commute to my office.
    Phil
    on February 20, 2017
    from LA, CA
    This pack is mildly weather resistant. The zipper for the main & secondary compartments are hooded and the weave of the material is tight enough to shed light rain and also seems to be coated on the backside. I just received mine today, and I applied some Mcnette Revivex to it, so it should shed mud & water like crazy now. One thing I have some concern about is the lazer cut PALS webbing on the front & side panels. If you get mud on the pack theres a chance that it could be trapped between the PALS panels & the main body material of the pack.
    Sam
    on February 22, 2017
    from Hayward, CA

    Jon T
    from OKC, OK asked:
    February 9, 2017
    What are the measurements of the main compartment?
    1 Answers
    The internal measurements of the main compartment are approximately: 5.5 Inches Deep 12.5 Inches Wide 17.5 Inches Tall
    Customer Service
    on February 20, 2017

    scot
    from TEXAS asked:
    February 8, 2017
    what is the size of the removable plate? I am looking to put a goruck 20 lbs expert plate in there instead. The plates dimensions are 11.5x9x1 in inches. will it fit?
    2 Answers
    The plate is 8.5 x 14 and thin. It should fit in the pocket though.
    Matthew
    on February 9, 2017
    from Ankeny, IA
    Sorry, I'd be happy to answer the question but I haven't received the pack as yet. It's due to be delivered on the 14th.
    Bob Kennedy
    on February 9, 2017
    from Lexington, Kentucky

    David Vargas
    from Stockton, CA asked:
    February 3, 2017
    Any chance this will come in grey? Ever?
    1 Answers
    Definitely a chance, but not anything in the works right now!
    Customer Service
    on February 4, 2017

    Dennis
    from Denver, Colorado asked:
    February 3, 2017
    Is this TSA carry on approved?
    1 Answers
    Yes this is carry on approved.
    Customer Service
    on February 3, 2017

    Jim
    from New York asked:
    February 1, 2017
    Does the 12-hour pack have side pockets like the 24 & 72 hour packs?
    1 Answers
    No the 12 hour pack does not have side pockets like the other two Atlas packs.
    Customer Service
    on February 2, 2017

    Shag
    from Las Vegas, asked:
    January 30, 2017
    What size laptop can this pack hold?
    2 Answers
    The pouch for the laptop is approximately 12 inches wide and almost the full height of the pack can be used for laptop storage.
    Customer Service
    on January 30, 2017
    The "pouch" previously referred to is more for a water reservoir than a laptop. You could put a laptop in there, but don't expect it to be padded like a typical laptop bag. I'd use an extra sleeve.
    Stoffer
    on February 22, 2017
    from CT

    Cory Sands
    from Champaign il asked:
    January 30, 2017
    Is this close to the size of the 5.11 12 hr rush. And what size bladder would work best
    1 Answers
    Yes this is very similar in size to the 12 hour Rush pack and will accommodate most conventional hydration pouches.
    Customer Service
    on January 31, 2017

    David
    from Dover, New Hampshire asked:
    January 21, 2017
    Is there any MOLLE or other attachment points on the bottom of this bag?
    3 Answers
    Yes all of the Atlas line have MOLLE attachment points on the bottom of them, not a full MOLLE panel but a couple points for attachment.
    Customer Service
    on January 23, 2017
    It has 4 points for single molle attachments. One on each corner.
    Chase
    on January 23, 2017
    from Los Angeles
    The only attachment point on the bottom of this bag are 4 loops, one in each corner. I hope this helps!
    Brandon
    on January 24, 2017
    from Ocean City, NJ

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