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Black Wolf

Atlas 40 Backpack

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Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

If you need a daypack that’s versatile enough for an overnight business trip, a weekend away and for your daily ride to work – then the Atlas 40 from Black Wolf was designed for you.

The updated Airmesh travel back system allows you to your wheeled bag handle through the pocket on the back of the bag, so you don’t have to carry it on your back in transit. The padded shoulder straps provide support, while the music pouch and external headphone port will have your tunes covered while on the move. Keep your smaller items in check in the internal organiser, and your device safe in the padded laptop holder. 

If you’re concerned about electronic pickpockets, you can keep your credit cards and passport in the RFID protected pocket inside the pack. Stash your water bottle in the side mesh pockets, and if it looks like it’s going to rain the handy built-in rain cover will keep your gear nice and dry. The Atlas also comes with a removable waist belt and a sternum strap which helps stabilise your load.

An adaptable backpack for almost any scenario, you can’t go wrong with the Atlas 40 from Black Wolf.

  • RFID protected pocket inside
  • Removeable waistbelt
  • Padded shoulder strap
  • Sternum strap
  • No 10 zippers
  • Mesh water bottle pockets
  • Internal organizer
  • Music pouch
  • External headphone port
  • Padded laptop holder
  • Removeable keyholder
  • Safety whistle
  • Built-in rain cover 
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In Use Dimensions:
50H x 30W x 24D cm
In Use Dimensions:
50H x 30W x 15D cm
40 L
420D Mini Ripstop PU | 450D Ripstop PU
Air Mesh Travel
Hydration Compatibility:
Sternum Strap:
Adjustable | Whistle
1.4 Kg
Limited Lifetime

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