LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack
LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack

LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack

SKU #: LAPG-BG-72H-Pack
MSRP: $169.99
$64.99
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
  • Quick access open top pocket on front
  • 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
  • Ergonomic and breathable padded back
  • Removable Backplate
  • Overall Dimensions: 24" H x 19" W x 10" D
  • Volume: 4560 cu. in.
  • Weight: 5.7 Lbs
  • Reviews
    4.8
    44 Reviews
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    86% (38)
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    98% Recommend this product (43 of 44 responses)
    By Adam
    El Paso, TX
    February 11, 2017
    The best 72 hour bag for the money!
    The title says it all! I bought this for my wife, thinking my bag was good enough. I have been proven wrong by her bag. I will be purchasing this bag for myself soon.
    By Daniel
    Largo, FL
    October 14, 2017
    Disaster Tested (Hurricane Irma)
    Let me just start by saying, that this bag is not my normal EDC bag, due to its immense size. I bought this pack in March 2017, as a replacement for my older and much smaller disaster/bug-out/get-home bag. It has been loaded with emergency/survival supplies, and stored behind my truck seat since I bought it. I live on the Gulf coast of Florida, and when hurricane Irma tore through here a month ago, this bag was ready for service. Initially as the storm approached, it was packed for a "worst case survial scenario". Fortunately we only sustained minor property damage, and that "worst case scenario" did not unfold. After the storm, I was quickly able to reconfigure the bag for post-disaster EDC, using modular interior packing within the main compartment and exterior MOLLE (The "admin section" and exterior pockets are packed with absolutely essential EDC/survival components, and remain constant despite configuration changes). My whole county was without power for a week, and once I was able to return to work (which had no power either). This bag offered all the additional space and organization I needed, to accommodate extra tools, lights, batteries, rations, water, etc. If I was to nit-pick one thing, it would be the laser-cut MOLLE. It is not bad, it actually works fine, and is for sure more versatile than traditional MOLLE. I am just used to traditional MOLLE which I find a bit easier to work with. That being said, once I attach something via MOLLE it usually stays there for a long time, so this is really a mute point. In short, this bag did everything it was expected to do, and it did it flawlessly. It now sits awaiting it's next test, and if ever that day comes, I expect that this bag will be ready to rock and roll... Seriously people, for the price, you absolutely can not go wrong with this bag.
    ProsTons of Storage/Organization Heavy Duty Construction Inexpensive Laser-Cut MOLLE (You either love it...)
    ConsLaser-Cut MOLLE (...or you hate it)
    By Z
    Oak Brook, IL
    October 14, 2017
    QUALITY ITEM
    This backpack is well made with plenty of room for your gear. The removable back plate is great. It enables you to distribute the weight evenly across you back. I'm thinking of buying a second one.
    ProsQuality made. Removable Back plate. Roomy
    ConsI couldn't find any.
    By Allen F
    Fairfax, VA
    October 8, 2017
    A Fantastic All-Purpose Backpack...EXCEPT FOR...
    I'm a nursing school student, I got this pack for its sheer size to hold my thicker textbooks, notebooks, laptop, workout clothes, workout shoes, sweater/jacket, lunch, a 1L camelbak bottle, Blender bottle, and everything else in between. I bought a separate MOLLE water bottle holder to hold the water bottle because my 1L bottle tends to leak every now and then. Overall, This pack does a fantastic job carrying everything I need for school. It's biggest downfall is the quick release buckles that are used for the shoulder straps, which broke for me (explained in Cons below). I'll be sending an email to HR about this and see if I can't get a new buckle free of charge. It's a shame that that happened, because this pack is rock solid overall. Despite laser cut MOLLE being a little less durable than what I'd like, I can see past that. Considering that the strength of a main strap is one of the most crucial components in ANY backpack, I have to give it a 2/5 for that component to fail. If I were hiking the Appalachian Trail, miles away from civilization, I would NOT want that buckle breaking on me. Had the buckle not broken, this pack would have gotten 4.5/5 stars (half star off for the laser cut MOLLE's durability).
    ProsVolume: 75Ls for a pack is overkill to have for a school backpack, but I do plan on using this for hiking after school. For school purposes, I'm able to pack my nursing fundamentals and pathophysiology textbooks (both 3 inches in width) with no problem. In fact, when i first got the pack, I was able to add ALL my textbooks (of various shapes and sizes) in my backpack in just the pain compartment. The back panel is a great place for putting my laptop, the nylon pocket inside the main compartment is perfect for my gym clothes, the side pockets are great for carrying my Blender bottle, laptop charger, and USB mouse, the front organizer has a ridiculous amount of options for organization, and the helmet flap is great for putting my shoes, since I don't want whatever I've stepped in at the gym INSIDE my backpack. For hiking, I can definitely see all these internal pockets being incredibly beneficial for organization. The outside flap would be a great area to put flip flops or a poncho for quick access when on the trail. Durable Material (of the actual pack): I've scraped the pack up against a couple brick walls trying to squeeze past people in the hallways and it takes it just fine. When I have 30lbs in the pack, the carrying handle takes the weight like a champ. Waist/Chest Straps: There are some comfort issues I have when I don't use the chest or waist straps, but I feel like it has to do with my shorter and smaller stature compared to the size of the pack. That being said, the straps do a great job at transferring weight off my spine and onto other parts of my body. Even using the chest strap alone takes about 50% of the weight off my vertebrae and onto my shoulders and chest. The waist strap takes about 90% of the weight off my back and into my hips (without chest straps). I really liked the slot for the waist straps to tuck into. Despite the waist straps' ability to transfer all of the weight onto my hips, I don't walk far enough to need a waist strap every time I walk to and from my car to class, not to mention, it would get in the way when going from one class to another or from library to cafeteria to the bathroom. I also liked the option for the chest straps to be placed at different levels, not to mention to just remove them entirely if I really felt like it. That's what makes this pack a great all-purpose "only need one" kinda pack for its ability to be modified for everyday use as well as outdoor use.
    ConsLaser cut MOLLE: The MOLLE started to fray with just a couple days of using the water bottle holder and a full liter of water in my bottle. I had to burn the ends of the frayed areas to prevent it from getting any more frayed. I ended up moving the water bottle to the velcro section of the MOLLE on the front compartment and it's holding up fine, since that area is double layered. My suggestion to the pack designer is to have either a thicker layer to the whole sheet of the MOLLE or to add stitching around each individual hole for more strength (or both combined). Yoke Strap Attachment Point: **This may not apply to those who have a bigger build than me.** The backpacks I've worn don't have this specific feature, usually 2 independent straps connecting directly to the main compartment. Those packs gave me the ability to cinch the pack high onto my shoulders and and transferring the weight directly down my spine. With the yoke system this pack has, there is too much material that digs into the back of my neck and prevents me from putting the pack high onto my shoulders like I would with a different pack. I would take another half point off for this, but the fact that the chest strap actually cancels this out, it's only a minor nuisance to me. Main Strap Buckles: The biggest con that I ran into about 5 minutes before this review is when I was clipping the main shoulder strap buckles back into place, one of the buckles broke when I swung the pack onto my shoulders. There was barely a pound of extra weight inside the pack! I've always been skeptical about those quick release buckles, since a lot of weight will be pulling on it. One thing to mention was that the buckle that broke is the same size as a lot of the other buckles found around the pack (which they're all pretty small and very thin at where I broke mine). My suggestion to the pack designer for this is to have a stronger, beefier buckle for a quick release rather than the one that's there now.
    By Homer
    Rolesville, NC
    October 6, 2017
    Very sturdy and comfortable I really like it
    I was hessitant at first to order this bec you never know untul you wear it but Im happy I took the chance. I saw this 72 hrs LApolice In youtube and I was impress more in holding and wearing this backpack. you guys did a great job and thank you for making it affordable.
    By steve corsetti
    Yosemite NP Ca.
    October 5, 2017
    A little tight around the shoulders, no way to adjust.
    A little tight around the shoulders, no way to adjust.
    By Isaac
    Ohio
    September 24, 2017
    Everything I Expected... and MORE!
    This is the first item I have ever ordered from LA Police Gear. I am very impressed with the build quality and design of the bag. I am about 5'9 and it fits on my back perfectly even for being such a large bag. I am using this is my survival/SHTF bag. It holds all of my essentials that I need for every situation and I still have a lot of room left in case I would like to add anything. I highly recommend this bag to anyone who is looking for a bag to upgrade to. It might not cost as much as other bags, but that doesn't mean it isn't built as well.
    By Juan
    California
    September 16, 2017
    Best bag every!
    I got it in black and regret not getting it in tan, has so much space for whatever you need in there! Will definitely buy another one.
    ProsSpace Design Comfort
    ConsNone at the moment
    By Tim
    TN
    August 24, 2017
    Awesome Backpack
    This backpack seems durable enough for whatever you need to throw in it and has many different pockets and dividers for your gear.
    By Robb
    San Antonio texas
    August 21, 2017
    Atlas 72 hour bag
    Great bag!
    By Charlie
    Portland,OR
    August 20, 2017
    Great backpack
    I recently joined our SWAT team and need a bag big enough to carry my full uniform in whatever car I'm using. This bag has more then enough space to fit my boots, pants, top, and a coat in the main compartment. As I keep getting issued new gear I find more and more of it easily fitting in to this bag. This bag is big and heavy duty. Living up to it's 72hr name tag as I believe I could easily live out of this bag for 72hrs. Great product done well. I got the brown one which a little darker than tan. Perfect for my team's OD green and tan boot uniform.
    By Marty
    Pacifica, CA
    July 16, 2017
    New work bag...never going back to other options
    I bought a 5.11 RUSH MACTAC (72 hr maybe?) bag a few years back for work. A well executed bag in it's own right but the wavy, curved zipper lines and some of the compartments made for an awkward setup for packing and un-packing constantly in the field. Usually somebody on scene would go strip my bag down for something (b/c I'd have it) and leave my whole pack as a yard sale in the trunk of the car. So I scrapped the 5.11 for my patrol bag again. When this monster came in the mail, I was pleasantly surprised of the size of this thing! Ton's of storage, not over burdened with pockets and compartments. AND IT CAME WITH A WAIST BELT! I don't know about my 5.11 bag but for the price ($200+) I didn't get a waistbelt. It was either extra I think or make your own. This bag will serve holding my patrol gear nicely for 10+ hours a day and the large compartments will lend for easier repacking and organization. It's not mentioned in the ad but the top carry strap has two velcro patches which cover two cross cut accesspoints into your bag main compartment. I don't have a use for them (yet), but figured everyone else should know. I started buying LAPG flashlights last year because they're cheaper but still solid compared to surefire and the like. I think my duty bag purchases are going the same direction as well. Solid, legit product which is easy on the pocketbook so replacing it, shoud that day ever come, will be painless.
    ProsHuge compartments/not overly comparmentalized Water bladder area Waist-belt with fastex buckle Excellent padding waist/back/shoulders
    ConsI didn't buy this sooner.
    By Trinadee
    Suffolk, VA
    July 5, 2017
    Great Backpack
    Very similiar to the 5.11 or SOC. Tons of room to pack well for three days. No where near the cost of the other backpacks. Plenty of compartments to store your valuables or senstive gear as well. Well built!
    ProsPrice Quality Functionality
    ConsNone so far
    By Bert
    Pennsylvania
    July 1, 2017
    Excellent pack!
    I have used the pack only on a few hikes so far, but here are some observations: For a "day pack" it's large (50 liters +) and holds a lot of gear, especially with the shovel pocket. Big zippers that work well, plenty of external pockets and internal zippered mesh pockets for organization, and laser-cut molle type webbing on most surfaces for attaching extra pockets or gear. I have carried about 30 lbs of weight and the shoulder straps and waist belt seem very comfortable (I'm 6' and 225 lbs). I'm sure this pack would fit someone much bigger than me, too. The pack material and stitching appear to be well made and (presumably) durable, although only time will tell. The Atlas has a lot of nice features and is a bargain at $65. Naturally it will be compared to 5.11 Tactical's Rush 72, the Rapid Dominance 96, and other similar packs that are much more expensive. I own those packs as well and I believe the LAPG Atlas is just as good overall, especially for the average hiker, hunter, and traveler. Buy one!
    By Michael Griffin
    Stateline, NV
    June 18, 2017
    The Go To bag!!!
    This is my new Go To bag! I really like the storage, wear, look, and price. I will be adding more padding to the shoulder straps, as this bag will load out with over two hundred pounds of gear, and those straps start biting a bit after 5 miles. Several people on the Team have already looked to purchase their own. I'll be testing this one out throughout the Summer.
    Pros-Price -Storage space & organizational pockets -Configuration of pockets -Look -Wear & seating
    ConsStraps aren't built for the load capacity of the bag, but I'll fix that. one of the zipper tabs snapped already, but 550 cord has once again fixed the problem!
    Q&A
    27 Questions & 39 Answers
    James L.
    from MI asked:
    August 28, 2017
    Are there attachment points on the bottom of the bag??
    1 Answers
    Yes the are MOLLE attachment points on the bottom.
    Customer Service
    on August 28, 2017

    Tim
    from Ft Benning GA asked:
    August 25, 2017
    Looking for a pack as a carry on item, would this one work? Pass TSA standards? Second question, does this pack a spot for a Velcro military name tag?
    1 Answers
    These are too big to be used as a carry-on. From what I can find online the TSA carry-on limits are 9” x 14” x 22”. Yes there are two hook and loop sections on the front of the bag where you could put a name tape.
    Customer Service
    on August 28, 2017

    Nate
    from Hayward, California asked:
    July 27, 2017
    Any plans on making any of your Atlas Packs in Multicam? That would be awesome!
    1 Answers
    I don’t know if we have any plans for that but if we get enough interest we will certainly look into it.
    Customer Service
    on August 15, 2017

    Aaron
    from Texas asked:
    July 18, 2017
    What size is this? 37L? 50L?
    1 Answers
    This is a 4560 cubic inch pack so about 70L.
    Customer Service
    on July 21, 2017

    Christopher lewis
    from Harrison, TN asked:
    July 17, 2017
    What letter is this bag
    1 Answers
    I’m assuming that you are referring to “liters” if so this is a 4560 cubic inch pack so about 70L.
    Customer Service
    on July 21, 2017

    Christopher
    from Harrison, TN asked:
    July 17, 2017
    How many leaders is this bag
    1 Answers
    I’m assuming that you are referring to “liters” if so this is a 4560 cubic inch pack so about 70L.
    Customer Service
    on July 21, 2017

    Hector
    from Albany NY asked:
    June 30, 2017
    What are the sizes of the two Velcro pieces?
    1 Answers
    The top hook and loop section is 1” x 6.75” and the bottom section is 3.75” x 8.25”.
    Customer Service
    on July 11, 2017

    Will
    from South Dakota asked:
    April 28, 2017
    What size/type is the waste buckle? I'm a big dude, and my intention is to make a short waist extension.
    1 Answers
    This uses a 1.5 inch buckle.
    Customer Service
    on May 2, 2017

    Blake
    from Texas asked:
    April 22, 2017
    What size are the buckles on the shoulders? 1 1/4''? 1 1/2''?
    1 Answers
    The buckles are 1.25 inches.
    Customer Service
    on April 24, 2017

    Dan
    from Florida asked:
    March 24, 2017
    Can the waist belt be tucked away, when not in use?
    1 Answers
    Yes the waist belt can be tucked away in the lower part of the pack.
    Customer Service
    on March 27, 2017

    MW Miller
    from Bettendorf, Iowa asked:
    March 13, 2017
    Is the hip belt removable?
    1 Answers
    No, the waist strap is permanently affixed.
    Customer Service
    on March 13, 2017

    Jem
    from Chicago, IL asked:
    March 10, 2017
    How well does the laser cut MOLLE hold up? I've had similar looking laser cut MOLLE rip and tear on much more expensive bags.
    3 Answers
    Is perfect
    Claudio
    on March 17, 2017
    from AE, AE
    I've really only had the bag for about a month but the quality of the Lille system is high. The entire bag is made of high quality matierials and zippers. Definitely a better purchase then spending it on a more exspensive bag. Highly recommend
    Daniel Rodriguez
    on March 17, 2017
    from rodriguez.d0392@gmail.com
    I have not yet field tested the LAPG pack, as far as my personal opinion on the laser cut MOLLE. I don't prefer it to actual MOLLE gear, only because it's not as flexible making it more difficult for attachments and it's probably the reason for the rip and tear on more expensive bags. On the brighter side on this bag it has a ton of space and you shouldn't have to attach anything heavy to the laser cut MOLLE. I have a 72hr 511 pack with actual MOLLE gear and to compare the two: Both are comparable in size - the compartments have slight size differences with the edge going to LAPG only due to the side compartments are bigger MOLLE goes to 511 due to the issues with laser cut MOLLE Construction is really comparable so flip a coin. Padding and comfort - like I said I haven't field tested the LAPG however it feels more comfortable but the padding looks like it will keep in more moisture than the 511 pack. The 511 pack has nylon fabric on the outside of it that is on your back and that tends to just let the sweat and/water run off it rather than soak and hold it. Cost definitely goes to LAPG for the sale price of $65.99 compared to the $150 (give or take) on the 511 pack. Unless you go with the 511 Multicam which must be made with hidden gold for apocalypse bartering. Anyway... Hope this helps and answers your questions
    chris
    on March 17, 2017
    from muskegon, MI

    Marcos
    from Ontario, CA asked:
    March 6, 2017
    Interior dimensions?
    1 Answers
    The dimensions are approximately: Sides-13''x5.5''x1'' Front bottom- 9''x2.25''x1.5'' Front-16''x10.75''x3'' Front top-8''x6''x2.5'' Main pocket- 24''x13''x6.5'' Top of bag- 8''x2''x4.75'' Back- 19''x12.5''x2
    Customer Service
    on April 20, 2017

    Vince
    from SC asked:
    February 27, 2017
    Is the hydration pocket large enough to fit an AR500 plate?
    2 Answers
    It is a very large pack so the hydaration compartment is very large I don't think that you would find an issue doing that ,it may or may not fit both At the same time that I haven't tested , very high quality materials and workmanship on the pack I was very pleased it could have a few more outside pockets like my 5.11 24 hr pack but the Molle is very nice and the Velcro area is large and nice that it has interior that hook and loop side will attach too Overal 4.7 starts with only .3 minuses for the lack of outside storage pockets
    Dantana
    on February 27, 2017
    from California
    I have not personally tried that yet but it should be plenty big if you're looking at a 10x12 plate as the pocket is 12x14 itself. being open at the top there is even more room just in the pack itself. So it should have lots of room even after taking the thickness of the plate into account.
    Morgan
    on March 6, 2017
    from Utah

    Eric
    from Albany, NY asked:
    February 20, 2017
    Do they weigh 9000 lbs like the Operator backpack did?
    2 Answers
    No, you must be mistaken. Neither the Atlas nor the Operator packs weigh 9,000 pounds. Perhaps you put your osmium collection in your Operator pack and then forgot about it? No, that can't be it. Even an Operator pack stuffed full of osmium would only be around 2,400 pounds. I'd suggest getting a new scale, it sounds like the calibration on yours is severely skewed. Seriously, it weighs just under 6 pounds empty. If you're looking for a backpack made from such heavy duty material and you also expect it to be ultralight all for 65 bucks, you're in the wrong place. Either suck it up, or go spend two to three times the amount on a different backpack.
    Randy
    on February 20, 2017
    from Reno, NV
    They're a lot heavier than operator pack (900d vs 600d) but a lot bigger too. I can fit the operator pack inside this bag.
    Peter
    on February 21, 2017
    from Sacramento, California

    hsing
    from Xiaogang asked:
    February 19, 2017
    I would like to ask how much weight this backpack
    2 Answers
    The backpack itself is pretty heavy, maybe 4 or 5 pounds.Its made from heavy weight material. I have it loaded with about 30 pounds of gear at the moment and it holds it well. It could definitely hold more.
    BRANDON
    on February 20, 2017
    from Anthony, TX
    Weighed myself first then weighed myself with empty pack. It weighs 6 lbs empty
    Em
    on April 29, 2017
    from Sne

    Rick
    from Fishers Indiana asked:
    February 15, 2017
    Does it have an area for hydration bladders
    6 Answers
    Yes
    David
    on February 15, 2017
    from Fairborn, OH
    Yes. I don't know if it's specifically for bladders, but there is a nylon pouch within the main compartment that works well to hold a bladder without it getting in the way of the gear. There are also openings at the top of the compartment to route the tube to the right or left..
    Randy
    on February 15, 2017
    from Reno, NV
    Yes. It has a spot in the back on the main compartment for a hydration bladder. LA police gear has a video on youtube with all of the features
    BRANDON
    on February 15, 2017
    from Anthony, TX
    Yes it does . I just received today and checked it out . You could put in two different locations. I have not used the pack yet. It's has so many pockets and place to put many different items. I like it so far. The only thing I don't like is it was made in Vietnam.
    Erik
    on February 15, 2017
    from Oxnard, CA
    Yes, it has area to place internal bladder that must be purchased.
    floyd
    on February 20, 2017
    from AZ
    Yes!!!
    Matt
    on February 24, 2017
    from Utah

    John
    from Columbus, Ohio asked:
    February 12, 2017
    What is the weight of this pack? If practical, could you include the weights of the other Atlas series packs in the answer?
    1 Answers
    I was about to post the weights to each of the packs, this weighs about 5.7 Lbs, the 24 is 4.2 Lbs, and the 12 is 3.5 Lbs.
    Customer Service
    on February 22, 2017

    Peter
    from la asked:
    February 11, 2017
    What is the empty weight of the backpack?
    1 Answers
    Just received the bag and it weights 6 pounds empty
    Alice
    on February 14, 2017
    from Wilmington, DE

    Michael Fox
    from CALIFORNIA asked:
    February 10, 2017
    What are the weights of the 3 atlas packs?
    1 Answers
    The weights of each are approximately: 12: 3.5 24: 4.2 72: 5.7
    Customer Service
    on February 20, 2017

    Benjamin
    from N/A asked:
    February 3, 2017
    What material is the backplate that comes with the backpack? Would a ballistic shield fit this compartment?
    1 Answers
    The back plate is plastic with a metal spine. The pocket is a close fit however you could easily fit armor in the hydration pouch compartment.
    Customer Service
    on February 3, 2017

    Eric
    from Houston asked:
    January 30, 2017
    I have had the internal organizer section on 3 of your backpacks rip apart and come unsewn. Have you fixed the shoddy craftsmanship? Why should I give this new pack another try?
    1 Answers
    Eric - thanks for giving us another chance, and I'm sorry to hear you had issues with our other backpacks. We are extremely proud of these new packs. Not only is the craftsmanship greatly improved (stitching looks really clean), but these Atlas backpacks use 900D nylon which is even tougher than the already tough 600D used on our other bags.
    Customer Service
    on February 3, 2017

    Dennis
    from Denver Colorado asked:
    January 24, 2017
    How about some photos of the side pockets on this item. Where are the videos promoting these packs?
    1 Answers
    We can certainly look at doing some more shots of the pack. Videos are currently in production and should be up soon.
    Customer Service
    on January 24, 2017

    Dan
    from Niagara Falls. N.Y. asked:
    January 22, 2017
    Does this pack have molle on the bottom as well for attaching a blanket or bed roll?
    2 Answers
    There are MOLLE attachment points on the bottom of the pack, not a full MOLLE panel but a couple points for attachment.
    Customer Service
    on January 23, 2017
    Yes, there are a few molle loops on the bottom. Beware, the photos do not do the size of this bag justice. Im 6'5", and a solid 250lbs, and this bag is huge. I also purchased the 24 hour size and it is huge too. Make sure you know what you're looking for in this bag.
    Nathaniel
    on February 1, 2017
    from Greenville, SC

    Craig
    from Richmond, Indiana asked:
    January 20, 2017
    Is there Molle on the bottom the pack?
    1 Answers
    Yes all of the packs in 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

    Dennis
    from Parker, CO asked:
    January 17, 2017
    Can you remove the waist strap?
    1 Answers
    No, the waist strap is permanently affixed.
    Customer Service
    on January 17, 2017

    Dennis
    from Denver, Colorado asked:
    January 17, 2017
    Is this TSA carry on approved?
    2 Answers
    This is just over the carry-on size requirements.
    Customer Service
    on January 17, 2017
    Southwest allows 24"H x 16"W x 10"D for carry-on (Most other airlines do not allow this big), and this bag is listed as 24"H x 19"W x 10"D. I beileve the 19"W measurement is a fully packed dimension, because I packed mine today for a carry-on test, and was able to keep it at 15 1/2"W by not using the 2 side compartments and utilising the compression straps.
    Daniel
    on April 8, 2017
    from Florida

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