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SOMA – ATS Tactical Gear

ATS Tactical Gear is offering their Cobra 2.6 Low Signature Back Packs in civilian colors such as the two-tone Black and Grey.

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Originally developed several years ago for a Navy customer, these Low Signature Packs incorporate brushed DriLex interiors to allow for customization via compatibility with ATS CAP (Cobra Accessory Pouch) line of organizing pouches or similar other brands. It also has a bit more of a commercial pack feel with the shock cord matrix on to the face to allow for the stowage of lightweight items like jackets and the like. There is also a hydration carrier slot in the back face and a center mounted port for drink tubes and cable routing.

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9 Responses to “SOMA – ATS Tactical Gear”

  1. Trajan says:

    Aside from the PALS webbing on the bottom, externally it looks like the TNF Jester backpack, quite common at high schools and universities. Pretty slick.

    • bulldog76 says:

      funny thing is the tactical molle and shit like that is becoming more common in the civilian world ….

      • Haji says:

        Indeed. Take a look around at how common the “fashion” use of camo is now, especially woodland and Multicam. We have a little woodland fabric available; I’m pondering doing a two tone 2.6 with woodland and a solid like coyote brown or black. It’ll blend in anywhere these days.

        • Jason says:

          I live in NYC currently and it really is pretty common to see people wearing clothes and backpacks w/ some camo patterning….but in my opinion, it still looks dumb.

          For the people wearing blue tiger stripe and weird woodland patterns to look fashionable…it just looks dumb. It’s a style that’s popular not because it looks good but for popularity’s sake, like guys wearing saggy pants.

          For the people who know tactical nylon and choose to wear packs and outerwear w/ camo, you stick out. Anyone who knows this stuff will notice you right away. You won’t stick out as badly as the dude wearing multicam but a nice solid coyote or woodland will draw my attention.

          In my opinion, black and grey are safest. If it’s in that color and sleek looking, you could be a backpacker with some nice gear. Coyote, or multicam (and even OD and ranger green to an extent) will mark you as tactical. Bright green, blue, orange, etc will make you look like a hiker/outdoorsman but is also more obvious in a crowd. But black and grey are safe and anonymous.

          • Haji says:

            Those dudes stick out anyway, regardless of what they’re wearing. The people that know what they’re looking at can pick ’em out of the biggest crowds. Everybody else in the world’s population of knuckleheads, though, can’t. Sometimes not even in when they’re in uniform.

        • Jason says:

          Hmmm, I have been looking for a new backpack though….

  2. Sketchy_Endeavor says:

    I’m digging it.

  3. Casey says:

    these Low Signature Packs incorporate brushed DriLex interiors to allow for customization via compatibility with ATS CAP (Cobra Accessory Pouch) line of organizing pouches or similar other brands.

    translated: Its got velcro.

    • Haji says:

      Yeah, but Velcro-compatible would be more accurate. Brushed DriLex is much more like fabric, whereas a Velcro back panel would be a whole lot stiffer. Its also a lot harder to sew.