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Atlas Adventure Pack - Specification and Measurements

With the Adventure Pack you can expect gear to sit below the height of the dividers and sidewalls. This pack has the same depth as a camera bag.

When your pack arrives it will be setup at the default / smallest size. Atlas Packs are incredibly efficient and there is plenty of space for all your camera gear plus lunch, layers a laptop and a few extra items even at this size. Let's breakout these details,


Height23in / 58.5cm
Height (no frame)20in / 51cm
Width11.25in / 28cm
Depth9in / 23cm
LaptopFits up to 17" laptops
Min Liters35 liters (fully compressed)
Max Liters60 liters (fully expanded)
Weight5.95lbs (no dividers / hip belt)
Theft Coverage1 year (USA only)



Origami No Folds [STEP 1]19in / 48.5cm height
Origami Top Down [STEP 2]12.5in / 32cm height
Origami Both Down - [STEP 3]6.25in / 16.5cm height
Depth6-7in+ / 15.5-17cm+
*deeper after the first fold
Width9in / 23cm
2nd Fold*shallower towards bottom
Width9in / 23cm

Atlas Adventure Camera Bag / Backpack


This is what 30 liters of gear looks like in the Adventure Pack. This is the default size for the pack. This is plenty of space for tons of gear without having to expand the pack out. Perfect for travel! Should you need to fit under the seat, simply remove the frame and the height will drop down to about 20".


45 liters of gear brings the Adventure Pack to about half-way full. At this size the pack has started to fill out and up slightly and candidly there is not much visual difference between the Adventure setup at 45 liters vs. 35. At this size the Adventure Pack will need to go in the overhead bins.


Given how small the Athlete Pack can be, it holds an incredible amount of gear. Setup at this size there's about 30 liters of non-camera and 10 liters of camera gear and for travel this pack will need to go overhead. Even at 40 liters, the pack easily meets cabin standards.

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