LA Police Gear has all the backpacks you need


VALENCIA, CA, May 2022LA Police Gear has a backpack for every circumstance. No matter how many items you pack or how much gear you intend to bring, one or all LAPG ATLAS backpacks will meet all your storage needs.

the LAPG ATLAS 72 Hour Tactical Backpack, contains everything you need at work or outside of working hours. This backpack features CCW pockets, a fleece-lined goggle pocket and is made of durable 900D polyester, PVC coated. This backpack is available in seven different colors and uses the LAPG shoulder strap system. The 72 Hour Backpack weighs just over 5 pounds and has dimensions of 24″ H x 19″ W x 10″ D.

the LAPG ATLAS 24 Hour Tactical Backpackis slightly smaller than the 72 hour, weighing just over 4 pounds with dimensions of 20″ H x 16″ W x 10″ D. The 24 hour version has all the same features as the 72, including the same color options.

the LAPG ATLAS 12 Hour Tactical Backpackis the smallest in the LAPG ATLAS line of backpacks, weighing just over 3 pounds with dimensions of 18″ H x 13″ W x 8.5″ D. Although small, it still has an effective capacity for everything you might need.

Included in all backpacks, laser-cut MOLLE gives you more storage options. Another feature of the 24 hour and 12 hour backpacks is a hydration pack with compatible ports.

the LAPG Tactical Chest Accessory, can be integrated into any backpack. It also comes with a neck strap that allows it to be worn alone. It is available in 5 colors and is made of 210 D Ripstop nylon and allows easy access with double zippers.

Any of these backpacks will cover your needs no matter what scenario you find yourself in. Do not leave with your LAPG ATLAS Tactical Backpack or matching LAPG Tactical Bag Accessory.

LA Police Gear was founded in 2001 by police officers who wanted to establish a reliable source for all police gear. LAPG carries everything from EDC, CCW, to survival gear, equipping customers with any item needed for service or not. LAPG goes above and beyond to provide first responders with the equipment they need to keep themselves and their communities safe.


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