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ATLAS TRAINER

Carry weight effectively and safely with the new weight frame system. No more sand bags, or destroyed packs. simply mount an olympic weight plate onto The Atlas Trainer and train for this season.

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Outdoorsmans Atlas Trainer Frame System

$ 299.99
Color: Coyote Brown
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Availability: Back Ordered - Black

Expected Restock Date: February 18

Ever trained with rocks or sandbags in your pack? We have too. Although our packs are great for that, we decided to save our hips and knees with a much better way to simulate the loads we carry during the season.

The Atlas Trainer attachment can securely carry up to 90 lbs. of barbell plates and is easy to install on an Outdoorsmans pack frame. Utilized by world-renowned hunters and professional athletes, the Atlas is the ultimate leg punishment tool.

Comfort often requires compromise, the Atlas trainer is the exception.

The Atlas Trainer Frame System comes to your door fully assembled and includes the Atlas Trainer with Oso barbell collar, frame, belt, and harness. (45lb weight not included)

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Customer Reviews

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Gary
Carries nicely

Carries nicely on the body. Unfortunately for myself though, due to injuries on lumbar and hip-socket. the edge of the lumbar pad it has... exerts some amt of pressure it pushes in with over in the area which presses on the back-side of my hipsocket. Don't notice the after-pain very much when it's just 45Lbs, but with 90Lbs it unfortunately aggravates the heck out of it. We'll see what happens, as this year I intended to begin to get these conditions worked on, most likely surgically. So just felt the need to share this insight for others whom might also have similar injuries to consider. I'd pre-emptively ordered the extra lumbar pad. But since the pad adds extra thickness, I'm going to try using it without the extra pad and see if this helps by having the pad not press-in to me as deeply back there. We'll see how it goes. Also had an instance where the bottom of the shoulder straps K-clip just so happened to pull-thru.. out of... it's slot it's shoved thru in the frame. I'm going to consider that incident a fluke, since it happened while I was trying to strap it on at ground level with the 90Lbs strapped to it. Must have just-so-happened to have one of the clips edges partially pointing into that slot before I attempted to put it all on? Definitely alarming to have the bottom of a shoulder strap pull thru like that though.

ALSO? If you walk with one at night in your neighborhood.. be sure to where a headlamp and go slower! Had an uneven sidewalk catch my shoes sole and couldn't get that leg lifted up and extended forward because the sole's toe edge got caught on that raised sidewalk crack, and the fwd momentum disallowed me to lift it up. So mid-fall I realized that if I tried to stop the fall with extended hands I'd really jack em up HARD on sidewalk concrete so tried to catch with hands and roll into it from one side of body meeting pavement first, on over to the other. A lot of painful things will go on if you fall with this device on. It's that much more gravity/inertia coming to a stop at the bottom of the fall. Also back of my head got banged up a bit because even though you strap it onto your waist, it can move upward off the hip crests a lil during a fall, also of course your head can whip back as well and make contact with the frame.

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C J
A good piece of gear for getting in shape

So far so good with the Atlas Trainer. It's nice to be able to add weight as you want to the trainer unlike sandbags in a pack. Seems to be well made and fits me fine (6ft tall). My only complaint would be that the weight plates are sometimes a little noisy clanging against each other while you walk. Not sure that there's any way to change this and I suppose it doesn't matter since you're just training, but after 3 or 4 miles of clanging weights you can't help but think there's got to be a way to quiet it down. Other than that it's a good piece of equipment that I would recommend to hunters.

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newt
So far so good

I was asked by Outdoorsman to review the Atlas trainer just a week after receiving it, so here I am. I haven't really put it through it's paces yet. Just adjusted the pack to fit me, and added about 40# of weights to get a feel for it. Initial impressions are very good. The pack frame itself is very comfortable. The waist belt really carries the load well. I wish the frame was a bit taller to get a little more help from the load lifters, but once I adjusted it they are working fine. I do like the fact that the frame flexes just a bit. Taking weights on and off the stem is very simple and they don't move or make noise on there when I walk. I don't plan to put more than 50# or so on mine (I'll be 52 soon) but I was tired of rigging straps to attach weights to my old tried and true Kelty frame so I finally took the plunge and got an Atlas trainer. I think most of Outdoorsman's products are overpriced but they are high quality. I use their binocular tripod adapter all the time and it's worth the money. I suspect over time I'll feel like this Atlas trainer was a good investment as well. It's nice to have a dedicated training pack. The fact that it stands up on it's own is a nice bonus. It's sitting in my garage not taking up much space at all which I like. I'll report back in a few months after I've had some time with this, but I expect to be very happy with it. I just wish their pack bags weren't so darn expensive or I'd get one to have for this pack. It would be nice to be able to remove the Atlas trainer and have a backup pack but I'm not going to pay over $200 for just a bag.

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Clint Baxter
Amazing for legs!

I’ve never done anything that worked every small muscle in my legs as well as this. Just slap on a 45lb plate and take off walking. Build ankles of steel! Get ready for those mountain hunts like never before!

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Wade Paffenroth
Outstanding product!

Absolutely love my Atlas Trainer Frame Pack. I’ve been doing daily 4 mile hikes with my system since I bought it a few weeks ago. Not much elevation in eastern WI, but a 45 lb plate is helping to whip my posterior into mountain hunting shape!

TRAIN. HUNT. PACK.

Ever trained with rocks or sand bags in your pack? We have. Although our packs are great for that, one day we decided to save our hips and knees with a much better way to simulate the loads we carry during the season.

The Atlas Trainer attachment can securely carry up to 90 lbs. of barbell plates and is easy to install on an Outdoorsmans pack frame. Utilized by world renowned hunters and professional athletes, the Atlas is the ultimate leg punishment tool.

Comfort often requires compromise, the Atlas trainer is the exception.

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