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Old 04-23-2014, 11:11 AM
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We designed the Atlas Map Case to hold and protect large atlas map books, such as those produced by DeLorme and Rand McNally. Considerably larger than the Expedition Map Case, the Atlas Map Case comfortably holds an open map book, so that you can see two facing pages at the same time. (Any map book or map sized 23 inches by 16 inches or smaller, when open, will fit comfortably inside.) And the large pocket is roomy enough that additional maps and map books can be stored behind the one on display. When the map isnt needed, simply fold the map book closed and stow it wherever. (It fits down nicely between a seat and center console, for instance.)

Like all ATC gear, the Atlas Map Case is as tough as nails. Made in Colorado, U.S.A., of heavy waxed canvas and MILSPEC components, sewn with high-tensile nylon thread and reinforced with binding tape, it will accompany you on every adventure, getting better and more supple the more you use it. Unlike most map cases, this one features heavy-duty vinyl that is UV stabilized. This vinyl wont crack or cloud with use. And it resists scratches better than any other similar material.

Open: 24.5 in. x 18.5 in. (approx.)
Closed: 18.5 in. x 12 in. (approx.)
Automotive Grade 20 mil UV-Stabilized, Heavy-Duty Clear Vinyl
12 oz. Canvak Waxed Canvas
MILSPEC Heavy-Duty Velcro
MILSPEC Nylon Thread
All Seams Taped with Heavy-Duty Binding Tape
All Seams and Stress Point Bar-Tacked
Water-Resistant
Made in Colorado, U.S.A.
All Components Sourced in the U.S.A.
Lifetime Warranty (see warranty page for details)
$6.99 Flat-Rate Shipping for all U.S. Orders



http://adventuretoolcompany.com/product/atlas-map-case
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Old 04-25-2014, 11:00 PM
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I was wondering about the additional cost adding loops to your large tarp? Getting an old army T3 trailer rebuilt with 4 hooks on the long side, and 2 on the short side. I'd like to be able to secure a tarp using those...
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I was wondering about the additional cost adding loops to your large tarp? Getting an old army T3 trailer rebuilt with 4 hooks on the long side, and 2 on the short side. I'd like to be able to secure a tarp using those...
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Sounds like a great project. Adding addition loops isn't a problem or expensive. But, I'd need to know more about the size and shape of the trailer so that the tarp could be cut/sewn to fit it properly.
Lmk if you'd like to move forward on this project. Shoot me an email at: adventuretoolcompany@yahoo.com.
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Paul - thanks for donating me three tool pouches to give away as trail awards at Cruise Moab 2014. For some years now I have run a "collect the most - or most interesting - trash contest" on each trail I lead. The contest adds an element of fun and has people connect with the trail and their surroundings in an additional way.

I'm pleased to say that the trails are remarkably clean and people are working hard to find any trash.

As an aside, I have fully integrated my tool roll into to how I work - whether in the garage or on the trail.

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It's always fun to have our gear shown in a magazine! This months edition of Petersen's 4Wheel & Offroad magazine, new Products section by Tom Morr highlights our ATC Tow Strap Throw-bag!
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New Product Section
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Paul! That's awesome... Congratulations to you!!!
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Paul! That's awesome... Congratulations to you!!!

Thanks David!

That story and our custom gear shop is keeping us hopping!

Here's a couple of custom canvas gear cases that went out for a Partner Steel Stove and a folding table.
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