Triple Aught Design Revamps And Revises Its Rugged Axiom 24 Pack For 2020

Almost exactly one year after releasing their original Axiom 24 Pack, Triple Aught Design has now unveiled an updated version of the proven travel backpack for the 2020 year. Boasting more than a dozen updates and revisions over the outgoing model, this new rendition pares the features that made the original Axiom so popular into a highly-versatile and hardwearing mid-sized package.

The 2020 Axiom 24 gets an X-Pak VX-21 ripstop shell supplemented via VX-03 lining, though other trick materials used in the American-made bag include Hypalon synthetic rubber and closed-cell cross-linked polyethylene foam. Capable of accommodating a 16” laptop, the tactical backpack’s main compartment features a pleated mesh pocket, an integrated admin panel, and a bevy of Helix Attachment points that allow for a variety of modular systems and accessories to be secured inside the bag. The 2020 Axiom 24 has also been bestowed with a side pocket that offers 6” of expansion, amole nylon webbing, YKK # 5 and #8 Uretek water-resistant reverse-coil zippers with Hypalon pulls, and Duraflex nylon hardware. As the name suggests, the pack affords 24 liters of storage space, despite measuring just under 20″ in height. Offered in Black or Multicam Black, the Triple Aught Design Axiom 24 is priced at $365.

Purchase: $365