Thule Crossover 25 Liter MacBook Laptop Backpack Review

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Review of a Crossover 25 Liter MacBook Laptop Backpack from Thule


Today we are going to show you the Thule Crossover 25 Liter MacBook Pro laptop backpack part number THTCBP-117BGD. The adjustment buckles for the side cinch straps are made of a stamped aluminum so they are more durable than their plastic counter parts. On the bottom as well as the top of the bag we have these quick grab and go straps. These straps are a great way to grab the bag on your way out the door or they make a perfect place to hang it from on a hook. This backpack has a total capacity of 25 liters. Inside the main compartment is a separate padded compartment designed to hold up to a 17 inch MacBook Pro. The rest of the main compartment is perfect for text books or notebooks or even a weekends worth of clothing. 00:43

On the top of the bag is the crush proof safe zone. The crush proof safe zone is a heat molded polypropylene shell with a padded interior designed to protect small electronics like cell phones or MP3 players as well as other fragile items like glasses or goggles. On the front is a smaller compartment that has dividers and zipper pockets that are going to be perfect for keeping things like pens, pencils, and calculators all organized and separated and there is another compartment on the face of the bag that has a mesh pouch that provides additional storage space for other small items. On both sides of the bag are two small compartments that are expandable perfect for holding small items or you could even fit water bottles inside them so you have something to drink on the go. The bag features Thules cool mesh shoulder straps which are padded and breathable for added comfort. Just like the other bags in the Thule Crossover line, this backpack features a 25 year limited warranty. There you have it for the Thule Crossover 25 Liter MacBook Pro laptop backpack part number THTCBP-117BGD.


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JCaveman 12/09/2012

you didnt mention the one and only thing I care about. How comfortable are the shoulder straps? 604

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