Bulletproof Solo New York Backpack
The Solo New York Varsity Region Backpack with bulletproofing is fully loaded to deliver unrivaled durability, protection, and organization.
These bulletproof backpacks are available in three defense levels, meeting NIJ IV, NIJ III, and NIJ IIIA standards. You can also order two different color schemes. Reach out to Atomic Defense to learn more about wholesale rates and shipping options.
- Industry Leading Features: Adjustable padded straps and back panel.
- Ballistic Resistance: Ranges from NIJ IIIA, NIJ III+, and NIJ IV standards. This tactical backpack protects against .44, .357, 5.56x45, 7.62x39, armor-piercing rifle ammunition, and more.
- Testing: Each of our bags undergoes testing based on the National Institute of Justice's (NIJ) standard 0101.06 for body armor.
- Functional and Stylish: The Solo Varsity Region Laptop Backpack was designed to be functional and stylish.
- Full Organization: The laptop backpack features multiple storage compartments to keep your gear organized.
- Fits 15.6" Laptop: The padded interior laptop compartment fits up to 15.6-inch laptops and notebook computers.
- Lightweight and Comfortable: The Varsity Region laptop backpack is made with lightweight material to remain light and comfortable even when loaded with all your gear.
- Top-of-the-Line Defense: Select defense levels based on what you'll be going up against to provide the best protection.
- Brand: Solo New York w/ Atomic Defense Bulletproofing
- Closure Type: Zipper
- Includes Handle: Yes
- Interior Organizer Section
- Fully Padded 15.6" Laptop Compartment 7”
- Side Mesh Pockets
- Comfortable and Breathable Mesh Back with Padded Shoulder Straps
- Back Strap Slide Over Luggage Handle
Assembled and in the Box:
- Solo New York Backpack
- NIJ bulletproof plate (based on the protection level you select)
Q: How Much Does Each Bulletproof Level Weigh?
- Level 4 (IV): 7 to 9 pounds, about the weight of a laptop or a gallon of milk.
- Level 3+ (III+): Approximately 5-6 pounds, about the weight of a jacket or a small laptop.
- Level 3+ (III+ Lightweight): Approximately 4-5 pounds, about the weight of a jacket or a small laptop.
- Level 3A (IIIA): Approximately 1-2 pounds, about the weight of a plastic water bottle or a 70-page notebook.
Q: Is the Bulletproof Insert Removable, or Sewn into the Bag?
It's removable. This is the best way because it allows you to wash your backpack and the insert separately without damaging the integrity of the plate. This will allow you to monitor the insert to make sure it's not damaged and is still performing at our high standards. You'll also be able to place the plate in the best location for you within the backpack. For example, some may prefer to have the plate in the laptop sleeve near their back, while others prefer to place it near the front of their bag to protect the contents of the backpack while simultaneously protecting themselves. The choice is yours. When your backpack becomes dated or out of style, you can conveniently transfer the bulletproof insert into any other backpack or bag of your choosing. We constantly test backpacks for their ability to fit our plates comfortably without shifting their weight, and only about 1 in 30 are selected to be featured on our website.
Q: What Bullets Can This Bag Withstand?
This backpack protects against various types of firearms, including:
- NIJ IIIA: Handguns up to .44 mag and .357.
- NIJ III+: Rifles up to 5.56 and 7.62 M80.
- NIJ IV: Armor-piercing and API.
Get Your Hands on a Bulletproof Backpack Today
As a parent, you should feel confident in the bags and products you use to take care of your children. Order your Bulletproof Backpack from Atomic Defense to conveniently store your child's essentials while adding an extra layer of protection to your disposal.
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The backpack is very well made and not too heavy at all. Will give a little more piece of mind. Great craftsmanship as well. Will buy again when the time comes
Item seems like it will function well, hopefully I don’t have to check it!