LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack

LA Police Gear Atlas 24 Hour Tactical Backpack

SKU #: LAPG-BG-24H-Pack
MSRP: $129.99
$54.99
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
  • Fleece lined eyeglass/accessory compartment
  • Loop lined interior for attaching LAPG Pouches or other hook backed items
  • Overall Dimensions: 20" H x 16" W x 10" D
  • Volume: 3200 cu. in.
  • Weight: 4.2 Lbs
  • Reviews
    4.9
    31 Reviews
    5
    94% (29)
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    100% Recommend this product (31 of 31 responses)
    By Mike
    Mid Missouri
    November 6, 2017
    GREAT BAG!!
    This bag has everything I was looking for. Large enough to carry my work gear, yet small enough to act as a carry on while traveling (as long as I don’t overstuff it). The compartments were well thought out and fit my needs exactly. The computer compartment offers great protection against damage. I’ve been carrying this bag to work everyday for about 5 months now and the quality is great. Zippers are not YKK, but work flawlessly. I originally bought the 72 hours bag and realized immediately it was way too big for my needs so I went with the 24 hour bag, which should be called at least a “48 hour backpack”. I would order this back again and definitely would recommend this bag to anyone. If you don’t need a bag quite this big, go with the 12 hour pack. I’m probably going to order it for smaller gear days.
    ProsWell organized compartments without being overwhelming. Well constructed with 900D and
    ConsNone so far.
    By Skyler
    san diego
    November 3, 2017
    Love this pack
    spacious, comfortable, functional.
    By Dave
    All over the world
    November 3, 2017
    Great bag for the price beats the hell out of 511
    I got this bag and immediately put it to work. I carry it on a plane every day and it holds my rear perfectly and fits under the seat back just fine. I had to retire a 511 bag due to the zippers going bad and this bags zippers feel bettered made and stronger.
    ProsBuild Quality it top notch. Fits under seat back on commercial aircraft.
    ConsNone I can find
    By Tim
    Chicago
    October 29, 2017
    Excellent Quality
    Definitely a good value. Major competition to the comparable 5.11 bag and it cost considerably less.
    By Joseph
    Saint cloud, Florida
    October 29, 2017
    Built solid
    Good quality and lots of compartments Way nicer then store bags I looked at especially for the price
    ConsHad to add S binners to bottom of bag to hold chest pack
    By Rob
    New Berlin, WI
    October 27, 2017
    Great pack
    Lots of compartments,sturdy but not heavy. Large enough for am,o and a couple handguns, ears, etc.
    By Wes
    KS
    October 17, 2017
    Older Version
    I have had an older version (two of them actually) for years. I bought the first one for a range bag and that one serves it's purpose just fine. The reason I bought the second one is because I wanted to use the bag to travel, but I didn't want to see what kind of fireworks would go off with TSA after having it around a gun range all of the time. So, I bought a different color for the more domestic duties. As a dad of two young boys, I constantly grab this bag as a dad/diaper bag. There are pockets EVERYWHERE. Since mine is older, a couple of things are laid out a little differently (and no branding on my bag). Here is how I use it in case you need something for similar reasons. On mine, the top front pocket on this bag is actually divided into two compartments. I think I like the new layout better because you don't have to go side to side looking for something, but both work great. I generally have things like phone chargers and headphones in here. I the larger front pocket get's used for two things when traveling. The interior zipper pocket inside of the large front pocket get's stuffed with things like boarding passes, passports, cash etc. In general, things that I need access to, but I don't want totally exposed for security reasons. I get them in there and zip it up. No problems in probably 5 years of traveling with the pack. There is a leash in mine that is great for your keys. As soon as I hop out of my truck at the airport I attach my keys in there and tuck them away towards the back so that I don't have to worry about them until I come home. In the stash pocket, I can fit two Galaxy Tablets inside of their stock Samsung cases. I can still usually fit whatever book I have with me in this larger zipper pocket on top of all of these things. The two side pockets get varied use. There are generally water bottles in there. Maybe a hardshell Oakley case for my sunglasses. It is hard to tell in the picture, but my pockets seem larger. I can fit a lot of stuff in these if I need/want to. For the inside of the main compartment, more pockets galore. In the back pocket that would generally be used for a bladder, I stash diapers in here (probably not the original purpose when they designed it). It is the perfect size to stand as many as you want up against the back wall. I use the lower zipper pocket for wipes and the upper one for things like hand sanitizer or sunscreen. You then have the entirety of the rest of the space for anything you need when traveling with kids i.e. extra clothes and snacks. The top fleece lined pocket is perfect for sunglasses when on the go. When getting through an airport I usually have those packed in the side pockets in a hardshell case and keep the top pocket empty. It is nice to throw a watch, cell phone, wallet etc. in that pocket when going through security. All in all, I have no complaints. I always have extra room in the pack and it is plenty comfortable. I never have so much weight in this one that I use the waist belt. Even when I am using the other one at the range, I never take the time to use the belt. I have other smaller bags that I use them with. It just doesn't seem comfortable with this big. That would be the only detractor if you were really loading this up for a hike or as a go bag.
    ProsPockets, pockets, pockets large size VALUE...I have been using two of these for years without issue
    By Brent
    New Creek WV
    October 15, 2017
    Atlas 24HR Tactical Backpack
    Very pleased with the backpack. Plenty of room
    By Bill B.
    Massachusetts
    September 17, 2017
    Excellent Bag
    Was asked by a co-worker to order one for him after he saw mine for the first time. The quality is that noticeable.
    ProsRoomy enough to hold all of my gear. Duty belt, boots, ballistic vest, lunch, 2-litre water bottle, change of clothes and room to spare. That is just the main compartment. It it Thickly and solidly built. Lots of other pockets and compartments. Didn't spend $125-$200 for the bag. OD Green rocks.
    Consnone
    By Rene
    Exeter Ca
    August 28, 2017
    Atlas 24 hour backpack
    Has more than enough room for everything I carry. Lightweight and comfortable for everyday use. Highly recommend it...in fact one of my partners liked so much that she's going to get one herself!! Thanks 👍🏼👍🏼
    By Peter
    Lebanon, maine
    July 29, 2017
    Atlas 24 hr backpack
    The quality of this pack completely blew me away!! This easily could have been a $160 pack!! Very pleased with purchase.
    ProsLarge Quality zippers Many useful pockets
    ConsNone
    By DK
    North of the 49th
    July 26, 2017
    Great pack, great value
    This pack is terrific. If you're trying to decide between the LAPG Atlas and the 5.11 Rush, it's a no brainer. The Atlas is every bit as functional and durable as the Rush at less than half the price.
    By John
    Greensboro, NC
    July 23, 2017
    Great Pack
    I use this pack as a BOB. There is lots of room in this pack. It's very well laid out. Easy to keep things organized and in view so you don't have to search for things. For the price of this pack, your getting a lot of bang for your dollar. The quality of the pack is excellent, the stitching and zippers there are no flaws or problems. I have 28 lbs loaded up and it carries and sits on my back perfectly. I'm an avid backpacker and have owned lots of packs, this ranks with the best. You could use this pack for a weekend trip, that's how much it holds. LAPG did a great job with the design of the atlas series in my opinion.
    ProsWell made, of heavy material. Good layout. Comfortable.
    By Allen
    Boone North Carolina
    July 12, 2017
    Great bag
    Bag is built great very rugged looking large zippers really good stitching. Feels good on your back with back padding Love straps and lots and lots of room. Would for sure shop here again
    ProsGreat shopping experience love my bag nothing better for the money
    By RN
    Virginia
    July 1, 2017
    Great Bag
    Large and roomy, with great flexibility for internal storage. Improved external attachments may the bag stand out less. Excellent value.
    Q&A
    19 Questions & 38 Answers
    Matt
    from NJ asked:
    August 7, 2017
    Any chance a YETI 36oz Rambler Bottle would fit in the side pockets?
    3 Answers
    No , I have a 32OZ hydroflask and it doesnt fit in the side pockets , sure fits on the inside
    Jose
    on August 11, 2017
    from Tempe,AZ
    NO it will not. A 16 oz is about it. Especially if the packs main compartment is full. The side pockets are flush on the pack I'm assuming to keep it streamlined. However there are water bottle holders sold separate that attaches to your pack using the mollie or there are ones that attach to the waist strap. It's a great pack I love mine. I attached my 28oz bottle to the side of mine. No problem.
    John
    on August 11, 2017
    from Greensboro, NC
    I am not familiar with the YETI 36oz Rambler Bottle, however I did try a 32oz Hydroflask and it is too large for the side pocket. The side pockets seen to be better suited for say a 20oz Arrowhead type plastic bottle. LAPG does sell an external water pouch which will attach on the molle system, and that will fit my 32oz Hydroflask, and it zippers closed. Good luck.
    Pat
    on August 12, 2017
    from Ventura, CA

    Richards
    from Washington asked:
    August 6, 2017
    Will this hold a 17" Laptop?
    4 Answers
    I carry my 17" laptop every day and it fits with room to spare.
    Kelley
    on August 11, 2017
    from Sherman, TX
    Yes it probably could. I carry a 15" MacBook Pro with plenty of room to spare. That's my laptop with the Batman decal inside the main compartment.
    Eric H
    on August 11, 2017
    from Aurora, CO
    Yes
    DK
    on August 11, 2017
    from Up north
    I purchased this backpack for my son who will be heading out of state for college in the fall. He has a 15" gaming laptop computer which is thicker than a standard laptop computer and it fits in this backpack. We also tried a standard 17" laptop, and it will also fit in the 24 hour backpack. So yes, a standard 17" laptop should fit.
    Pat
    on August 12, 2017
    from Ventura, CA

    conrad
    from owensboro asked:
    July 30, 2017
    where was this product made
    1 Answers
    These are made in Vietnam.
    Customer Service
    on August 15, 2017

    CHONG
    from ALLEN, TX asked:
    July 23, 2017
    How many total pockets does it have including the mesh pockets inside pockets.
    1 Answers
    This has 9 main pockets, 7 pockets/pouches inside other pockets, 3 pen slots, 1 pocket for a hydration bladder, and one pouch for the backplate.
    Customer Service
    on July 28, 2017

    Matt
    from High Desert, CA asked:
    July 6, 2017
    It looks like, to get a hydration bladder in and out, you'd have to completely unpack the main compartment each time. Is there a zipper that allows access to just where the hydration system slides into? I have a need to load and unload a hydration bladder every day and need this process to be quick and easy.
    4 Answers
    Yes, there is a zippered hydration pouch right behind the back padding. Also good for a laptop.
    Ryan
    on July 7, 2017
    from Puyallup, WA
    Don't know. I purchased a 72 hr. And a 24 hr. The two were too close in size so I packaged up the 24 for return to LAPG. I'm going to order a 12 hr. Atlas. I know this does not answer your specific question, but might help someone who's deciding on which pack(s) to purchase.
    Tom
    on July 7, 2017
    from Rio Rico, AZ
    Yes sir/ma'am. There is a zipper on the backside you can access for your hydration system. Also... there are ports under Velcro on your handle that allow for a hydration hose to come out. Very convienient and well built.
    Jacob
    on July 7, 2017
    from Allons, TN
    Sorry it took so long to answer, I actually only received this today. You'll be happy to know that this bag has a separate compartment for your hydration bag, on the very back, padded, hole for the hydration tube that regrets the main compartment and out through one of two Velcro closure flaps on either side of the top carrying handle. You won't be disappointed with this go bag! So many pockets and compartments, some are water-resistant, some mesh, all very handy. I'll be using this bag a lot - it just "works." Hope that was helpful! Eric
    Eric
    on July 8, 2017
    from Aurora, CO

    Ken
    from Ventura, CA asked:
    June 27, 2017
    Which of your hydration bladders/2L, 3L do you recommend to fit into the Atlas 24?
    2 Answers
    This Atlas 24 will take either bladder so which bladder is best will depend purely on your load-out and personal needs.
    Customer Service
    on June 27, 2017
    Go big, there's tons of space and the 3 would fill it out nicely. Since it's a 24-hour go bag, might as well have plenty of fluids!
    Eric
    on July 8, 2017
    from Aurora, CO

    Brian
    from Washington DC asked:
    April 16, 2017
    How well does the hip belt transfer weight to the hips? (Is the belt for transferring weight to the hips like a hiking pack, or just for securing the pack so it doesn't move around?) The padded hip belts of the 72 hour and Operator packs seem well suited for transferring weight (I have the Operator and it does a great job, but I'd like a pack slightly larger)...but this hip belt is smaller and nonpadded... Thanks!
    5 Answers
    On the Atlas 24 the belt is not setup to transfer weight. I would only recommend using it to help secure the pack to your back. It would not be very comfortable if you tried to use the belt as load bearing. I recently used it as a daypack when exploring a few trail around Shenandoah National Park and it performed very well. The size was more than ample and the should straps distributed the weight far better than any other pack I have. As long as you dont overload it, you dont really need a hip belt.
    Sean
    on April 19, 2017
    from Fuquay Varina, NC
    The hip belt is more to secure the pack to minimize movement and "pack rattle." A weight-transferring hip belt isnt really necessary or designed for a pack this size.
    Ryan
    on April 19, 2017
    from Earth
    I do not use the hip clips and straps but keep them in the bottom of the main compartment in case I should ever need them. This Pack really does not require weight transfer to the hips in my opinion. This would make sense on larger packs, but I like to move quickly and find this size Pack is very stable and secure with only the chest straps buckled to the shoulder straps if needed for extreme climbing angles or other similar situations. LS3*
    Lehrue
    on April 19, 2017
    from Lake Charles, LA
    It's like the 72 hour just without the padding.
    Loren
    on April 25, 2017
    from New Ipswich, NH
    I just recently received the pack so not too many hours logged using it yet but it seems that the belt is more for securing.
    Mike
    on April 27, 2017
    from Seaford, NY

    Bob
    from Plano, Texas asked:
    March 11, 2017
    Is there any plans to offer this in the Foliage Green as you have with your previous packs?
    2 Answers
    I don’t know if we have that in the works but if we get enough interest we will look into it!
    Customer Service
    on March 13, 2017
    A Multicam jungle backpack would have me throwing all my money at LAPG :)
    Travis
    on April 20, 2017
    from Fredericton, NB

    Jose Guillen
    from Houston Texas asked:
    February 16, 2017
    are you guys going to come out with a Multicam version?
    4 Answers
    I don’t know of any plans at the moment but if we get enough interest we will certainly look into it.
    Customer Service
    on February 17, 2017
    you gotta multicam this bag. I vote yes.
    Dennis
    on February 27, 2017
    from denver, colorado
    Put me down for one in multicam
    Jesse
    on March 1, 2017
    from Georgia
    One more for multicam!
    Quen
    on October 19, 2017
    from Raleigh, NC

    Justin
    from PNW asked:
    February 13, 2017
    What is, if any, the water resistance of the Atlas line of packs? From light rain to monsoon downpour.
    2 Answers
    While I havent taken the pack through a monsoon, a light to moderate downpour will be fine.
    Estaban
    on February 13, 2017
    from Sprin Valley, CA
    Hello, I currently work as CBP in San Francisco. I purchased this pack recently and if anyone has followed the weather here in the Bay Area, its been wet. I have found that there is somewhat of a resistance to water but not as great as some other packs. As a comparison, with a Maxpedition water falls off or beads due to the teflon coating. There is no such coating on this pack and due to the laser cut molle system, water has does go into the space between the panels. However you can add apply some KIWI camp dry to it to increase the water resistance. Remember, more expensive packs with teflon coating also wears off. For the prize, you can buy a 8 dollar can of KIWI camp dry and make it as good as the expensive brands. Hope this helps.
    Norman
    on February 13, 2017
    from Los Angeles, CA

    Richard
    from TX asked:
    February 4, 2017
    Is the waist belt removable/ replaceable or is it permanently attached?
    1 Answers
    Yes the waist strap for the Atlas 24 is removable.
    Customer Service
    on February 4, 2017

    Dennis
    from Denver, Colorado asked:
    February 3, 2017
    Do the side pockets when full with lets say a water bottle, interfere with the main compartment or do they separate? I am trying to get an idea of the side pockets and what you can put in them.
    1 Answers
    They do take space from the main compartment. The Atlas 72 has separate compartments for the side pockets.
    Customer Service
    on February 3, 2017

    Nick
    from Washington asked:
    February 1, 2017
    I was curious to see how big the backpack plate was in the 12 hour bag as well as the 24 hour bag. Looking for something that is compatible with carrying a AR500 plate in the backpack.
    2 Answers
    The backpack plate in the 24 hour bag measures 16" H X 11" W X 1/8" D and fits pretty snug in a sleeve that is sewn to the inside of the backpack
    Eric
    on February 10, 2017
    from Amarillo, TX
    The 24 hour bag backpack plate is 16 inches high and 11 inches wide. There's a notch in the bottom that's about 3/4 an inch wide by about 1.5 inches tall. L
    Ed
    on February 12, 2017
    from Conway Arkansas

    joey.altmann
    from Cairo asked:
    January 28, 2017
    Is the waist belt removable?
    1 Answers
    Yes this pack can be used with or without the waist strap.
    Customer Service
    on January 30, 2017

    Dennis
    from Dnever Colorado asked:
    January 24, 2017
    Is the side pocket just on one side? How about a video showing the pack?
    1 Answers
    The side pockets are on both sides of the pack. Videos are currently in production and should be up soon.
    Customer Service
    on January 24, 2017

    Dennix
    from Denver colorado asked:
    January 22, 2017
    Is the 24 hour pack TSA compliant?
    1 Answers
    When fully packed this is just slightly too big to be used as a carry-on. If you spare a little room in the pack you will be just fine.
    Customer Service
    on January 23, 2017

    Ignacio
    from California asked:
    January 17, 2017
    How much bigger/smaller is this from the 12 and 72 hour version? Trying to get a good size day pack that can double as a weekend travel pack.
    1 Answers
    The dimensions of these are as follows: Atlas 12: 18" H x 14" W x 8.5" D, Total Volume: 2142 cu. in. Atlas 24: 20" H x 16" W x 10" D, Total Volume: 3200 cu. in. Atlas 72: 24" H x 19" W x 10" D, Total Volume: 4560 cu. in.
    Customer Service
    on January 17, 2017

    Jesse Crowder
    from Georgia asked:
    January 16, 2017
    Will the side pockets hold a 1liter nalgene bottle
    1 Answers
    I was able to pull a 1L nalgene-style from the warehouse and try it out and yes they do fit in the side pockets.
    Customer Service
    on January 17, 2017

    Jesse
    from Georgia asked:
    January 16, 2017
    How wide is the hip belt
    1 Answers
    The hip belt can be adjusted up to 51 inches.
    Customer Service
    on January 20, 2017

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