Thule Subterra Backpack 34L
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- Cords are neatly managed between your device and your mobile charger in the internal power pocket
- Easy access to contents through wide roll top opening with magnetic closure
- Keep clothes organized while traveling thanks to removable packing cube
- Protects your laptop (15" MacBook Pro or 15. 6" Pc) in the padded laptop sleeve with safe edge construction and secure flap closure
- Access your laptop through the top-loading compartment or the side zipper
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Magnetic Rolltop Opening
Easy access to contents through wide rolltop opening with magnetic closure.
Keep clothes organized while traveling thanks to removable packing cube.
Padded Laptop Sleeve
Protects your laptop (15" MacBook Pro or 15" PC) in the padded laptop sleeve with SafeEdge construction and secure flap closure.
Accessible Laptop Entry Points
Access your laptop through the top-loading compartment or the side zipper.
Cords are neatly managed between your device and your mobile charger in the internal PowerPocket.
Zippered Side Access
Quickly retrieve internal contents through zippered side access panel.
Breathable Shoulder Straps
Carry comfortably with breathable perforated EVA shoulder straps with mesh covering and padded back panel.
Make traveling easier by attaching to rolling luggage using the pass-through panel.
Zippered Side Pocket
Securely keep small items and a water bottle within reach in the expandable, zippered side pocket.
|Thule Subterra Backpack 34 L||Thule Subterra Backpack 30 L||Thule Subterra Backpack 23 L|
|Dimensions||21" x 13" x 10"||20" x 13" x 10"||20" x 13" x 9"|
|Volume||34 L||30 L||23 L|
|Weight||2.75 lbs||2.56 lbs||2.07 lbs|
|Unique Product Feature||Includes removable packing cube||Internal PowerPocket||Internal PowerPocket|
|Material||800 D Nylon||800 D Nylon||800 D Nylon|
|Available Colors||Dark Shadow, Ember, Mineral||Dark Shadow, Ember, Mineral||Dark Shadow, Ember, Mineral|
The Thule® Subterra Travel Backpack 34L is the perfect travel or everyday pack! Constructed from durable 800D nylon. Wide rolltop opening with clasp closure concealing a removable packing cube and snap closure padded laptop compartment. Top carry handle. Breathable perforated EVA shoulder straps with mesh covering and padded back panel. Sternum strap. Front zipped compartment. Side zip pockets with access to interior. Interior features a soft-lined tablet pocket and an internal PowerPocket neatly organizes your charger chords. Can accommodate up to a 15.6" laptop, with access to your laptop through the top-loading compartment or the side zipper. Imported. Measurements: Laptop Compartment: 15 1⁄2 in Bottom Width: 12 1⁄5 in Depth: 9 1⁄10 in Height: 20 1⁄2 in Strap Length: 35 in Strap Drop: 15 in Handle Length: 9 in Handle Drop: 1 in Weight: 2 lbs 13.8 oz
Color: Black | Style: Backpack
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I’ve travelled with this a few times and docked a star after spending more time with it.
This bag is clearly bullet proof and will last forever. My only complaint is the front compartment is way too cramped and, as I tend to travel with a lot of tech (Nintendo switch/wireless headphones/cameras/etc) it becomes quite annoying to use and way too small.
If this bag had a bigger front compartment, some small item organization in the main compartment, and a small item compartment on the outside, I would give it a 5.
That’s my only qualm. Otherwise I love it and especially love it as a day bag! For long trips it gets too cramped.
I've had this bag for a few weeks, and haven't done a big trip with it yet, but so far I'm really enjoying it.
This bag has a ton of volume, but when you're just using it as a day pack, you barely notice how large it is. The bag itself is quite light and comfortable to wear, and has a very streamlined look when empty. There are plenty of organizational features in the outer compartment and it's easy to keep everything separate.
My three favorite features are the inner packing cube, the side handle, and the side zippers. The packing cube is of much higher quality than aftermarket cubes, and it has a handle so you can easily isolate your clothes. In fact, I have the cube packed right now waiting for my wife to give birth so when it's time to go to the hospital I'll throw it in the bag and be packed in a matter of seconds! With the side handle, it makes it super easy to carry and throw in the car and I love how it feels like a briefcase in that case. Finally, the side zippers make it super easy to access a laptop or the main compartment, and I'm looking forward to breezing through security with it next time I fly.
Two things to keep in mind: the bag doesn't stand up on its own, which can be annoying if that's what you expect. I am not bothered by this. Also, if you use it as a day pack when not traveling as I am, you might find you're stuffing everything into the front compartment, which can mean it gets messy in there. I wish there was some organization compartments in the main compartment to avoid this, even a single mesh compartment in there would be nice.
I spent a ton of time reviewing bags and watching youtube videos. I found the Subterra to be one of the best values out there: the price is almost half that of other well rated bags, and the materials feel just as strong. I bought another daypack at the same time thinking I'd only use the Subterra for travel, and I quickly returned that one as I realized I already had a perfect daypack with the Subterra.
Finally, if you're like me and a little larger, this bag won't look silly on you like some of the small day packs. I really like how it looks on me. I'm thrilled with it so far and will update the review once I do a bigger one-bag trip!
this bag hits that sweet spot between travel carryon and daily carry bag. For minimalist travelers this means unloading your clothes and whatever else at your accommodation, roll the bag down since it's a rolltop, and use it as daypack while sightseeing. it was also work well as a laptop bag with whatever other tech you need to carry.
I have meaty traps/shoulders so the straps are comfortable for me.
YKK zippers and Duraflex buckles - the good bags feature this. The Subterra 34L has it, along durable 800d nylon.
Gotta love the fact you can access the main compartment via rolltop and a side zipper. The laptop compartment offers access through a side zipper and up top inside the main compartment.
All in all this is a solid backpack checking off boxes for different purposes.
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I've test packed it with enough stuff for a (somewhat minimalist) week away without washing clothes (warm/mild climate) including an ultrabook etc. (packed flip-flops but no other shoes)
The packing cube works really well and makes packing easy, and the extra side zip access to the main compartment is great for quick access stuff like a jacket outside the main packing cube because opening the roll top for quick access is a faf.
The laptop compartment is great for an ultrabook etc (probably not a full-on 15in machine), and the organisation features in the back zip pocket will have me covered for the usual pens, sunnies, power supplies etc.
The bag is made of a really strong and durable feeling material (heavy Nylon I think), it holds its shape somewhat with nothing in it which makes it nice to handle.
The shoulder straps feel plenty strong enough, although no waist strap (probably no issue for me, it's not a big pack), and the straps don't pack away.
I don't really like roll-tops generally, but this one is neat enough when packed down, and you can roll it more or less depending on the load, plus the side access zip means opening the roll top won't need to happen too frequently.
The water bottle carry works well, and the grab handles are good.
The pack looks sleek, not like you're living out of it, but at the same time not like you're carrying a briefcase on your back. I think it looks neat enough to take to a business meeting.
It will also function as a nice daypack without looking too large (i'm 5'9"), so no need to carry an extra small bag when travelling.
I also took a close look at ('in the flesh') the Thule Subterra 28L, but it was definitely too small for multi-day trips - i could fit more in my 24L Osprey hiking backpack. And I looked at the Thule Landmark 40L, which did seem 4-6L larger inside, but was nowhere near as well made and had other problems such as no second access to the annoying to access main compartment, no suitable place to keep say a rain jacket handy, and collapsed when empty making packing it a nuisance - Although the extra space would have been good, the Subterra 34 was better for me.
Fantastic storage volume owing to the roll top.
Pitybit lacks more internal organisational pockets.
Thanks Thule, 👊🏿
It might be a bit heavy for others, but I really love it :)