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Atlas 46 – Journeyman Apron With Cargo Pockets

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The Journeyman Apron with Cargo Pockets – A46-JMA-CP is an update on Atlas 46’s Journeyman Apron, offering equivalent durability and protection, but with flapped cargo pockets across the bottom.

Features and Benefits

– Rugged 1000D Cordura construction

– Padded shoulder harness for comfort

– Adjustable back and waist straps for proper wear

– Zippered pocket for cell phone or note pad

– Triple front cargo pockets with covered flaps, with slit pockets behind

– Dual hammer loop with AIM webbing on each hip for preferential carry

– Slotted webbing for attachment of add on AIM System pouches and platforms

– Pockets on inside of apron for gloves, rags, etc.

– Hand crafted in the USA

– Available in Black, Coyote, and MultiCam.

www.atlas46.com

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9 Responses to “Atlas 46 – Journeyman Apron With Cargo Pockets”

  1. jjj0309 says:

    Finally, non-gimmickal tactical apron.

  2. Phil in La Jolla says:

    I have this one – been having it for a few months and it’s absolutely fantastic.

  3. Jim says:

    That’s a bib, not an apron. It’s to short. It should at least go down to about knee level. There’s nothing there to keep stuff off your pants/jeans. It gets expensive if you get cosmoline stains on your mountain khaki jeans and painful if you get a metal sliver stuck in your thigh when you are deburring a finished lower fresh out of your Ghost Gunner box.

    Bill Geiselle sells a shop apron the right size. If Atlas 46 would make one that length I’d buy it in a second.

    • SSD says:

      Furl your “I’m ranting but I don’t know what I’m saying” flag. They make longer ones.

    • babola says:

      “That’s a bib, not an apron.”

      …and if you attach front baby carrier you get close to perfect mum’s tactical day-pack.

      I know I’m going to get my hand slapped for saying this, but what the heck.

  4. Jim says:

    Nevermind. I see they make an XL version that is perfect. Ordering now.

  5. FormerActionGuy says:

    Why on earth would you buy one? Oh wait the modern “in touch with his feelings” nancy boy will like to wear an apron!

    • Da Hui says:

      I would imagine this is made for practical purposes. ie: framer’s, fencers, electricians all who would want more support / load carrying ability than the standard work belt…

  6. jk says:

    Hey stick, Ive been looking to buy a pair of their 46 overpants in MC for awhile now. Have you ever used them or known anyone that has? opinions?