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
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LA Police Gear Atlas 72 Hour Tactical Backpack

SKU #: LAPG-BG-72H-Pack
MSRP: $169.99
$69.99
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
    56 Reviews
    5
    84% (47)
    4
    11% (6)
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    98% Recommend this product (55 of 56 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 Vernon
    California
    January 13, 2018
    Top Quality Good Price
    Well made bag with quality comparable to higher end bags like 5.11.
    By Mama Hollie
    Hernando, MS
    December 2, 2017
    Awesome
    I bought one of these for my husband and he absolutely loves it! My son liked it so much that I had to order him one. He is going to be surprised on Christmas morning!
    ProsPlenty of room!
    ConsHaven’t found anything bad to say about it!
    By Rick Porter
    Pittsburgh, PA
    December 2, 2017
    Great Acker!
    Love this pack!
    By Jim B.
    IA
    December 1, 2017
    Nice size
    I bought this bag because the one I was using was too big (Autumn Creek). The size is nice, quality is good (this is the fourth LAPG branded bag/pack I have purchased) I have always been happy with the bags and still use all of them depending on the season and my needs. The main compartment is big, and the side pockets are perfectly sized for a motorola or kenwood radio. It feels lighter when I am wearing it than other bags with the same gear.
    By MARK
    SC
    November 26, 2017
    High quality, well designed
    High quality, well designed
    By Jason Fitzsimmons
    Arizona
    November 24, 2017
    Great pack
    This is a great pack ton of pockets back support and comfortable. Love it you will not be disappointed
    By Chris L.
    Vancouver, Canada
    November 22, 2017
    Great bag!
    Big enough bag for all your stuff for an overnighter and more! Only negative part is that the back support of the backpack is quite heavy even with it empty.
    By SGT. P
    Hillsboro, Oregon United Stated of America
    November 19, 2017
    Heavy Duty and plenty of room
    Very well constructed and has plenty of room. Could call it a 96 hour pack LOL. Purchased two, one for myself and spouse with hind sight could have bought just one. Holds all of our necessary gear and very comfortable to wear. I like the access to hydration from both sides. Plenty of MOLLY to go around. Chest strap and carry handle are also very cool. I wear this over my tac vest with no issues. Has back plate that can be easily swapped out for a ballistic plate/pad
    Proslots of places for additional molly adjustable from every aspect carry handle chest strap lots of room quality zippers hydration compatible heavy duty 900D
    Conssome laser molly slots came frayed, some stitching was frayed would be nice if there was an internal strap for holding clothing gear in place although well constructed its a heavy pack unloaded.
    By Harley
    nj
    November 10, 2017
    great bang for the buck
    Just got this bag. Was looking for high capacity and strong construction and after inspecting the 72 I think I got just that. Not the lightest bag out there but if that was my concern I would have probably had to spend double or triple the price.
    Prosstrong huge capacity good design lots of pockets heavy duty zippers
    Consheavy
    By Mark
    Virginia
    November 8, 2017
    Nice pack
    Great price
    By Chris
    FL
    November 8, 2017
    Perfect pack
    This is my bug out bag. I carry 2 rifles in it, all the ammo I need, 3L of water, several sets of camo and boots, camp stove kit, med kit, hatchet, fishing kit, emergency rations, bivvy tent, sleeping bag, emergency blanket, flashlights and chem lights. This beastly bag holds everything i need it to and more. I cant recommend it enough. My only improvement/ request would be to make the hip padding longer as after about the second mile the strap really digs into your gut.
    ProsHolds everything you could concieve of.
    By Will
    Texas
    November 5, 2017
    Excellent
    Still early, but very pleased with the bag so far.
    ProsSize Price
    ConsNone yet
    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.
    Q&A
    46 Questions & 71 Answers
    John
    from CA asked:
    January 18, 2018
    Your Atlas 72 backpack. Is the bottom waist strap removable?
    1 Answers
    The waist straps are not removable however they can be tucked into the pack.
    Customer Service
    on January 18, 2018

    TacMan
    from Stan. County, CA asked:
    January 5, 2018
    does this have an inner frame
    1 Answers
    No these do not have an internal frame.
    Customer Service
    on January 12, 2018

    Gaven
    from The Dalles, Or asked:
    January 5, 2018
    Will the side pocket on the 72 hr pack accommodate a large angled spotting scope? I have a Bushnell with an 80 mm objective lense and am looking for a hunting pack that will hold it securely. Thank you
    1 Answers
    The side pockets will easily accommodate a 1.5L Nalgene bottle so as long as your scope is smaller than that it will fit.
    Customer Service
    on January 18, 2018

    Brian
    from Milwaukee asked:
    December 9, 2017
    Plans to make in multicam

    Richard
    from Missouri asked:
    November 26, 2017
    What is the difference between the brown and coyote?
    1 Answers
    I’m sorry for the confusion, if you select the color you are looking at in the drop down menu it will bring up a picture of the color you select.
    Customer Service
    on December 12, 2017

    Brian
    from Surfside Beach, South Carolina asked:
    November 21, 2017
    Is this bag water-resistant or waterproof? I don't know what the PVC coating does, is that what it's for?
    1 Answers
    These are water resistant, the PVC coating will not allow water through however it can get in at the seams.
    Customer Service
    on December 11, 2017

    scott burns
    from Washington DC asked:
    November 20, 2017
    How do the shoulder straps hold up at the connection points at the top of the pack?
    2 Answers
    So far so good after 8 months of range, hiking, and hunting trips.
    Michael
    on December 6, 2017
    from Yorktown, VA
    They hold up just fine. I'm not sure how else to answer your question. It's made better than my Yukon Outfitters bag that I used to patrol with.
    JohnnyLaw
    on January 3, 2018
    from Virginia Beach, VA

    Rusty
    from rusty.aycocke@icloud.com asked:
    November 15, 2017
    Can this bag fit a ballistic helmet in the flap opening on the outside?
    1 Answers
    You may loose some of the internal storage but yes it should fit. maybe some of our customers have used it for that purpose and can advise.
    Customer Service
    on December 6, 2017

    David
    from Bastrop, Tx asked:
    November 13, 2017
    I am 6'4"and have a 52 waist. Will the waist belt fit?
    2 Answers
    Yes, I have a friend who's the same height and probably the same waist and the bag fits him
    Brian
    on December 6, 2017
    from Milwaukee., WI
    yes but if you wear many layers of clothing, it won't fit.
    Tony
    on December 6, 2017
    from Earth

    Brian
    from Texas asked:
    November 6, 2017
    Is this waterproof? Does the waist band distribute weight?
    2 Answers
    It's water resistant, the waist band works pretty good, as long as you adjust according to your load and body length, it works pretty well. I would recommend put water sensitive item into a ziploc or water tight case. :)
    Tony
    on December 4, 2017
    from Not from Texas
    Right out of the bag this backpack is ready to go . I love this bag . It perfect for every day use . Which is why I use it for work . But Iv also used it on a two day trip and it held all my belonging with plenty of space . The only complaint I have is the zippers are sometimes a little hard to pull . But I have not had a problem with them messing up or anything . Over all I love this bag and would buy another one . And for the price and quality you can’t beat this bag !!!!
    James
    on December 4, 2017
    from Whittier, CA

    Tyson
    from thetiger201@gmail.com asked:
    November 1, 2017
    Is this pack compatible with chest rig/packs other than the LAPG tactical Chest pack attachment ?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately we have not made them to be compatible with other chest rigs but you might be able to retrofit one.
    Customer Service
    on November 30, 2017

    Josh
    from Middleburg, Pennsylvania asked:
    October 29, 2017
    I am looking for a hunting bag which I can use to carry my bow in and out of the woods. Could a compound bow fit in the shovel pocket? If so, would the straps be strong enough to tighten it in place?
    1 Answers
    Haven’t tried to fit my bow in the shovel pocket itself. I have a carrying case I tie off to the pack and it worked great on a 2 night trip. The shovel pocket (I would estimate) would cover only about half of most compound bows. My impression stowing a Kevlar helmet and a coat was what the pocket was designed for. Overall the pack rides well, carries a lot, and has plenty of points to attach or tie any additional equipment. Have a 5 day 65 mile winter AT trial hike planned and will be using this pack.
    Michael
    on November 30, 2017
    from Yorktown, VA

    James
    from Murrieta, CA asked:
    October 28, 2017
    I am in a quandary over 2 of your BP's the one above 72H and the LAPG BG Large Pak. In your opinion which would you choose? One other question how would one attach a sleeping bag and a ground pad.? thanks James
    2 Answers
    I have the 2 smaller ones. Love them but I went with the newer larger one.
    Chris
    on November 30, 2017
    from WEATHERFORD, TX
    I own 2 of the 72 hour Atlas packs so I have been sold on them. The pack has a lot of room and can be configured for multiple purposes. I have one setup as a range bag and the other as a hunting & hiking pack. I’ve used the Atlas twice since this summer for hiking trips and a bunch of trips to the stand this past hunting season. It can carry a 60lb load well and comfortably for hiking. Regarding the sleeping bag and ground pad. I used a compression sack for my sleeping bag and it will fit in the bottom. I use a small air pad but if your referring to a foam ground roll pad it can attach about anywhere either horizontally across the bottom or vertically on a side would be easily accomplished with a strap or 550 cord.
    Michael
    on November 30, 2017
    from Yorktown, VA

    Kyle O'Connell
    from Manitoba asked:
    October 10, 2017
    Are there internal straps to secure a radio with? For example a 117?
    2 Answers
    There are not any internal straps, but the side pockets are about the perfect size to hold a motorola or kenwood handheld radio.
    James
    on November 27, 2017
    from Council Blfs, IA
    If this question is related to the AN/PRC-117 Manpack Radio, I would suggest you look at the pack specifically made for that radio. That said, the Atlas 72 is a tactical pack with internal compartments within the large general space. There are no internal straps governing this general space. And even if it did have straps makes no sense when dealing with a PRC 117.
    Pepper
    on November 28, 2017
    from Port Angeles, WA

    TZ
    from VA asked:
    September 27, 2017
    What kind of load can this handle, thinking of using as a weighted hiking pack with 60-70 pounds?
    5 Answers
    I use it as my bug out bag and it fits everything I need to survive anywhere for weeks including 3 liters of water, a Henry ar7, a 5.56 upper assembly and a .300 BO rifle. Easily a 100+ pounds
    Chris
    on November 8, 2017
    from Pensacola, FL
    This pack can defiantly handle 60-70 LBS.
    Terry
    on November 9, 2017
    from sand springs, OK
    Go for it. The pics don't do it any justice until you can explore it, it's awesome! It's designed just for that reason, sustain life for up to three days, that's what we use them for. I would fill this to the max with the waist strap and chest strap. It contains usable compartments that make sense, plus the huge middle pop out general storage area that can pretty much handle 2 gallons of water side by side. If you can carry it, this should handle it.
    BRIAN
    on November 9, 2017
    from APPLE VALLEY, CA
    Fully loaded with all my 72hr. stuff and a few extra mag's, I'm tipping 40+ lbs., could handle more but I actually think a "trim down" is in order. Good luck with 60-70. I know guys that carry there body armor and pew pew stuff in there pack??
    John
    on November 9, 2017
    from Hillsboro, OR
    I bought this bag for work, and from what I have seen so far it is solid. I sent another "tactical" bag back to the seller recently because it was just too flimsy, and way too small for all the junk I throw in my bags. Not worth the 150 I paid for it. This Atlas 72 Hour pack is what I would expect of a military style pack. Plenty of room for all of my junk, and then some. I suppose you could put 60 or 70 lb in it and not tear it up. I have about 40 or 50 lb of work junk in it, and it seems like it will be holding my gear for a few years.
    James
    on November 10, 2017
    from Buffalo, NY

    Chad
    from FL asked:
    September 27, 2017
    What is the removable backplate for? Is it an alternative for an internal frame?
    1 Answers
    I believe it is for stability and segregation. With this plastic piece in place I do not feel the items that are hard in the pack against my back. Also it can be removed or replaced with a soft ballistic plate, don't think I would want T1 Armor plate in there though. Angle Armor makes a plate/pad that looks like a doable replacement.
    John
    on November 9, 2017
    from Hillsboro, OR

    AR
    from Wa asked:
    September 26, 2017
    Will this allow a 17 inch laptop to fit comfortably inside?
    3 Answers
    This beast could fit about 5 of those comfortably
    Chris
    on November 8, 2017
    from Pensacola, FL
    So tight against the your back is the laptop area, I measured my new HP, actual dimensions of unit, and it's 11" wide and 16.5" long. She fills it all the way up. Wouldn't go any wider or longer on the computer as that is pretty much max dimensions. Mine closes no problem once computer is inside, its awesome.
    BRIAN
    on November 9, 2017
    from APPLE VALLEY, CA
    Absolutely, and the printer too !! LOL lots of room. looks like two of the compartments were mindset that way. JMO (just my opinion)
    John
    on November 9, 2017
    from Hillsboro, OR

    Pavan R
    from Karnataka asked:
    September 24, 2017
    Can this bag fit right for a person whose height is 5'6 ? Also is it comfortable to use this on weekend hikes ?
    4 Answers
    6'1" and 235, fits great even when used with tac vest or plate carrier. Spouse is 5'6" and 150, she's very happy with hers. Bought two obviously. Excellent quality, heavy duty made in Vietnam. Lots of room. Found mold on one of them during the unboxing. Would recommend or purchase again. No issues with delivery, as expected. Hope this helps.
    John
    on November 8, 2017
    from Hillsboro, OR
    Fits on me I am about 5 '6? Plenty of room for adjustments as well. Haven't taken it hiking yet but I backed it and planed a camping trip.
    Wesley
    on November 8, 2017
    from Baton Rouge
    Well, I'm 6'1" so I can't help on height question, but...it is so far the most comfortable bag I've worn. Have other 3 day packs with less padding and stuff, good for what they are used for, but this is awesome. Haven't had to use waist strap or chest strap yet, I use it as a daily carry because you can keep it slim with side straps so its profile is not sticking way out, until you need it to by filling it up. The design allows it to stand up on its own as well, hate bags that just scrunch up and fall in on themselves. Also, I would not hesitate to throw it on my wife, 5'8", either. With the comfort of it, and price, can't go wrong.
    BRIAN
    on November 9, 2017
    from APPLE VALLEY, CA
    I am 6'1", and this bag fits me just fine. Dont know if it would fit someone smaller, although there is plenty of adjustability in the straps. It seems comfortable enough of a fit for me that I could take it on a day hike. Plenty of padding around the lower and upper back. It is as solid a pack as I have seen, and for the price, I dont see how you can beat it.
    Jim
    on November 10, 2017
    from Buffalo, NY

    Olajuwon
    from Houston asked:
    September 21, 2017
    Is there a picture of the bag in the grey color?
    1 Answers
    Yes we do have a picture for that. If you select the grey option from the drop down menu it will show you the grey version of this pack.
    Customer Service
    on November 7, 2017

    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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