Maxpedition designed the first Fatboy Versipack in 2003 and the original product was an immediate success. Law Enforcement Officers, First Responders and Shooting Sports Enthusiasts embrace the design as it contours to the body in a complimentary way and does not inhibit access to firearms. Maxpedition has created a range of Versipack designs which are efficient EDC ( everyday carry ) packs and the wearer can add pouches and access pockets for quick access to equipment that is mission related.
The versatile main compartment has a huge 156 cu. in. of space with a water-resistant storm collar that can be deployed by pulling a cord-locked drawstring. An array of integral fixed-position external pouches retains and indexes individual pieces of gear while two sets of nylon webbing anchors accommodate MAXPEDITION's modular expansion accessories such as the CP-L Radio Holster. It also has a 2" wide Velcro loop patch on the front lid for attachment of ID patches. Each Fatboy comes with a tactile non-slip shoulder pad providing great comfort during extended use.
The Fatboy's rear slip compartment is now equipped with large loop Velcro patches to accommodate our Hook & Loop Modular Accessories (e.g. #3501 Universal Modular Holster, sold separately). This allows the user to position their concealed carry firearm for a quick strong side draw or weak side cross draw.