Special edition Jumbo™ Versipack® optimized for Law Enforcement.
Offering the same amount of organized space and convenient CCW access as the classic Jumbo Versipack, the Jumbo L.E.O. is built with a 15% weight reduction and comes enhanced with internal elastic loops to carry 4 handgun mags, a side sheath pocket that fits two M4/M16 30rnd mags or radio, and an integral cell phone pouch with quick-release buckle enclosure. This pack-on-your-side is your partner in the field.
NTOA Member Tested & Recommended
- 6 interior/exterior zippered, sleeve, and mesh pockets
- 1 mag pouch with lateral elastic retention (fits two M4/M16 30 rnd mags or radio)
- 1 buckled cell phone pouch
- Elastic loop organizer to carry 4 handgun magazines
- Top grab handle made of 3/4" webbing
- Constructed from 800 Denier nylon fabric for an approx. 15% weight reduction
- Props in product photos are not included
- Main compartment: 8"(L) x 3.4"(W) x 8.5"(H) View Product Dimensions Diagram
- 10"(L) x 8"(H) closure flap
- 1.5" quick release buckle
- One (1) 6.5"(L) x 2"(H) loop field for patches
- One (1) 6"(L) x 5.75"(H) zippered pocket
- One (1) 6"(L) x 5"(H) slip pocket
- One (1) 6"(L) x 1.5"(W) x 7"(H) zippered pocket
- One (1) 6"(L) x 4"(H) internal mesh pocket
- Internal 4-channel elastic loop organization for handgun magazines
- Breathable padding for comfort
- Removable 3/4" webbing waist belt, with SRB closure
- One (1) 4"(L) x 1.5"(W) x 7"(H) zippered pouch
- 3 rows of 2-channel PALS webbing
- One (1) 3"(L) x 2"(W) x 7"(H) magazine pocket with 3"(L) x 8"(H) adjustable Hook-&-Loop lid; fits two M4/M16 30rnd mags or radio
- One (1) 7"(L) x 1"(W) x 3"(H) zippered pouch, loop lined
- 3/4" drag handle
- Drainage grommet
- One (1) 8"(L) x 6"(H) slip pocket
- One (1) 8"(L) x 6"(H) mesh pocket
- Fixed shoulder strap made from 2" webbing 45" min. adjustable to 69" max. length; with 2' non-slip shoulder pad, 2" quick release buckle and Keyper™ attachment point
- Removable 3/4" waist strap with SRB closure
- 9"(L) x 10"(H) concealed zippered compartment with internal 7"(L) x 8"(H) loop field for CCW
- Grab handle made from 0.75" webbing
- One (1) 2.5"(L) x 0.75"(W) x 4"(H) expandable pouch with 1 quick release buckle for phone or radio on right strap base
- 5-channel PALS webbing on left strap base for attaching other Maxpedition gear
- 1000-Denier water and abrasion resistant light-weight ballistic nylon fabric
- Triple polyurethane coated for water resistance
- High tensile strength nylon webbing
- High tensile strength composite nylon thread (stronger than ordinary industry standard nylon thread)
- Internal seams taped and finished
- Paracord zipper pulls
- Stress points double stitched, Bartacked or "Box-and-X" stitched for added strength
- YKK® high strength zippers and zipper tracks
- UTX-Duraflex® nylon buckles for low sound closures
- Teflon® fabric protector for grime resistance and easy maintenance
- MAXPEDITION's nylon fabric is treated with Teflon for superb water and grime resistance.
- To clean, simply wipe down with a damp cloth. Allow gear to dry naturally.
- Do not machine wash.
- Do not use detergent or bleach.
Upgraded to the L.E.O from the Fat Boy. Leo is just a bit bigger with a few more pockets. Love the bag, works amazing as my edc bag
Well made product.
The bag has pockets for everything I need. Best of all it has a handle for grab & go. The competition’s version does not. I highly recommend this bag in all respects.
Jumbo LEO S-type and Mango
I bought a Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack and Mongo Versipack. I had tried the Mongo Versipack A.S.R. model, but I was not comfortable with the Velcro pads, exchanged it for the regular Mongo. I wasn't aware that there were so many different tactical bags for each model. I think that any traveler should have one, particularly as a go-bag or where your things are an object of desire. I decided to use Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack more or less like a go-bag and the Mongo as my carry-all bag for work. Mostly because of the size and that the mongo doesn’t look as military as the jumbo. One of the things that I’m disappointed with is the lack the expandable cover to protect your items from rain or greedy hands on the L.E.O. model. I was also somewhat surprised and disappointed that the LEO model does not have a water bottle holder on the side. All the extra pockets are wonderful but should be better designed with specific gear in mind. For example, in the military, every soldier carry a first-aid trauma pad on their gear on the same location. I think there should be some standardization on the design and it would also be beneficial if something could be done so you could carry it on both sides. Having said that, I found the construction to be excellent, and the but the price is a little over the top.
Coming home feels right
I had one of the first Fatboy packs sold in the states back in 2004 or so, and it was a great little bag. I used it daily until I swapped to a Jumbo and then to a Sitka for several years. Recently my Sitka gave up the ghost, mainly because I had carried it heavily loaded for 9 years and I want to minimize what I’m carrying in summer. Behold the Jumbo once again and in minimalist fashion at that The LEO Fatboy is large enough to carry what I actually NEED in addition to some other fun stuff or emergency gear, and we all have a different idea of what that is. I try not to be a gear ***** - the new pack is capable of toting a pistol and spare magazine discreetly while holding shades, a couple clif bars, a small first aid kit, pen and pad, a microwave, four cold beers and a dog whistle. Okay, maybe not the microwave, but unlike some of the Maxpedition line, it’s not overly comparmentalized and it’s minimalist nature allows for multiple ideas about loading it up. It makes an excellent daily carry bag for those of us who insist we need a purse, but at the same time it makes an excellent GO bag for the one time you need to GO NOW with a couple extra rifle mags, a light and an IFAK. The only limitations are it’s size (which makes it hard to overpack) and the LEO model does not have the water bottle carrier (which means I’m not trying to balance a quart of Gatorade on a sling) My expectations are simple - the bag will last several years, be durable, be functional and provide a good value for the price. I don’t have any concerns that this bag will not live up to those expectations.