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Outdoorsmans Atlas Trainer Attachment

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Availability: Back Ordered

Expected Restock Date: August 06

 

*Backordered for 4-6 weeks*

Designed for the Outdoorsmans Frame System, the Atlas Trainer allows you to mount Olympic-style barbells to the frame, giving you a secure mounting position to carry weight more effectively.

Easily installed with a few Allen wrenches, this mounting bracket can be added to your existing Outdoorsmans Frame System.

Frame not included!

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Patrick D.
Great training tool

Install was easy, look it up on youtube for the step-by-step. Solid piece of training kit.

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Ed Radley
Great Tool

I’m recovering from spine surgery and the atlas trainer is helping get my strength back. Bonus being able to get out on some hikes with this great attachment. Love it.

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David
Super convenient!!

I have had my Outdoorsmans pack for while and was hesitating to purchase the Atlas Trainer because I'm not too handy. The installation was a BREEZE! Very self-explanatory and it only takes me a few minutes now to switch it on and off. I love it.

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Jared
Great add on product!

I have used the Optics Hunter Pack System for many seasons and now with the Atlas Trainer, I am able to train all year for the grueling pack outs this fall without destroying my bag with sandbags.

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Herman Hoffman
Good product

Kit installs easily, no concerns there. I used the trainer with 70 lbs attached and after a few miles the collar would loosen up a bit causing the plates to rattle. Not a big concern, plenty of ways to work around that. One thing that does concern me from a design standpoint is (especially if you plan to carry 2x 45s like I do) is the lack of structural integrity where the bracket attaches to the frame. That amount of weight puts a significant amount of torque on the bracket that is concentrated on a small 6"x6" area. The only thing holding all that weight and absorbing that torque are 4 webs of thin plastic coming off of each corner. If you all could design some supports that help distribute the weight and torque across more of the frame, the setup would be much more secure. As it is now, I'm almost afraid to add more weight for fear of failure.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
20%
(1)
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(0)
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Patrick D.
Great training tool

Install was easy, look it up on youtube for the step-by-step. Solid piece of training kit.

E
Ed Radley
Great Tool

I’m recovering from spine surgery and the atlas trainer is helping get my strength back. Bonus being able to get out on some hikes with this great attachment. Love it.

D
David
Super convenient!!

I have had my Outdoorsmans pack for while and was hesitating to purchase the Atlas Trainer because I'm not too handy. The installation was a BREEZE! Very self-explanatory and it only takes me a few minutes now to switch it on and off. I love it.

J
Jared
Great add on product!

I have used the Optics Hunter Pack System for many seasons and now with the Atlas Trainer, I am able to train all year for the grueling pack outs this fall without destroying my bag with sandbags.

H
Herman Hoffman
Good product

Kit installs easily, no concerns there. I used the trainer with 70 lbs attached and after a few miles the collar would loosen up a bit causing the plates to rattle. Not a big concern, plenty of ways to work around that. One thing that does concern me from a design standpoint is (especially if you plan to carry 2x 45s like I do) is the lack of structural integrity where the bracket attaches to the frame. That amount of weight puts a significant amount of torque on the bracket that is concentrated on a small 6"x6" area. The only thing holding all that weight and absorbing that torque are 4 webs of thin plastic coming off of each corner. If you all could design some supports that help distribute the weight and torque across more of the frame, the setup would be much more secure. As it is now, I'm almost afraid to add more weight for fear of failure.

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