Thule Subterra 15 inches Black 34L

Version: Black | 34 l

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Key specs

Capacity
34 l
Laptop compartment size
15 inches
Extra compartments
Accessory compartment, Card slot, Document compartment, Phone compartment, Tablet compartment
Type of back ventilation
Mesh material
Main compartment closure
Zipper closure

Pros and cons

According to our backpack expert
  • You can safely take your laptop with you in the padded 15-inch laptop compartment.
  • The ventilation systems in the back provide the necessary cooling.
  • The backpack has a chest strap for stability and comfort.
  • Because the backpack consists of several compartments, there is not enough room for a large stack of textbooks.
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Description

The Thule Subterra Backpack 15 inches 34L is a spacious 34L backpack with a 34L capacity. Don't need to much space because you use it for work, for example? In that case, we recommend the smaller 23L or 30L Subterra. You can protect your electronic devices like your 15-inch laptop from scratches and bumps, thanks to the padded inner compartments. Did you cycle to work fast? Fortunately, the ventilation systems in the back panel ensure that the hot air can get away. Do you want to take the backpack with you on holiday? You can easily attach it to the back of your trolley suitcase with the smart sleeve.

Note: the size of your laptop, like 15 inches or 17 inches, is the screen size, not the size of your whole laptop. If the bezels around your screen are wide, choose a laptop compartment in a larger size. That way, you can be sure your laptop fits.

The Thule Subterra Backpack 15 inches 34L is a spacious 34L backpack with a 34L capacity. Don't need to much space because you use it for work, for example? In that case, we recommend the smaller 23L or 30L Subterra. You can protect your electronic devices like your 15-inch laptop from scratches and bumps, thanks to the padded inner compartments. Did you cycle to work fast? Fortunately, the ventilation systems in the back panel ensure that the hot air can get away. Do you want to take the backpack with you on holiday? You can easily attach it to the back of your trolley suitcase with the smart sleeve.

Note: the size of your laptop, like 15 inches or 17 inches, is the screen size, not the size of your whole laptop. If the bezels around your screen are wide, choose a laptop compartment in a larger size. That way, you can be sure your laptop fits.

Key specs

Capacity
34 l
Laptop compartment size
15 inches
Extra compartments
Accessory compartment, Card slot, Document compartment, Phone compartment, Tablet compartment
Type of back ventilation
Mesh material
Main compartment closure
Zipper closure

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Rating

Rating per section

Compartment layout
9,3
Weight
8,0
Fit
9,3
Quality
10,0
Functionality
9,3

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Most helpful reviews

4 / 5 stars
8,4/10

Compact sturdy bag

  • Material (800D nylon)
  • Classification
  • Disadvantage for some: does not stay upright

[Quality] Important with a backpack is the quality of the material and how the handle and straps are attached. That looks good with this bag - despite the fact that it is a somewhat smaller model. No expense has been spared on the material. Nylon 800 denier has been used, which you see more often in the larger/out-door bags. The stitching (see photo) is also in order. Of course you can only really say something about the quality after 5 years of wearing it, but the first impression is fine. Despite the heavier quality nylon, the bag does not feel excessively stiff, but is sufficiently dimensionally stable. [Wearing comfort] The bag is a bit higher than my previous bag, but a little less wide and less deep, which is very pleasant in public transport. If you also wear the bag high enough on the back, the fit is fine. With the chest strap, it is very stable while cycling. I notice that, due to the height of the bag, I automatically walk a little straighter, which is a nice side effect. The straps are wide enough to distribute the weight of a laptop over the shoulders and are pre-shaped (s-shape) so that it runs in after your shoulders instead of pressing into your armpits. Because the bag is not that deep, the weight stays close to the body and it is pleasant to carry. At the height of the spine runs a channel / recess, which I had to get used to. As long as the things are well distributed in the bag, I don't feel bad things in the back, even without a laptop. It feels less warm than my previous bag. I think the pressure is distributed better. The sternum strap is a bit simple and lacks stretch. It can be replaced if necessary, because it is easy to remove. You can also mount a strap from the Fjällräven Kånken. See photo for comparison (bottom strap is the original). [Functionality] I don't actually use the side pockets for a drinking bottle. The presence of zippers means that I use this less quickly, but they do make the bag look tighter when you have the side panels closed. For a compact bag, the contents are surprisingly spacious and the compartments are clear and pleasant. For the inside of the dark blue bag (manufacturer calls the color "mineral") a red inner fabric has been used, which makes it easier for me to see my stuff. The zippers on the main panel go down about halfway, which makes the bag more sturdy and prevents everything from falling out. If you take a lot of small items with you, this will make you dig a bit. I was looking for a bag where I can take rain pants, lunch, snack, umbrella, laptop, mouse, adapter, drinking bottle, ereader and in the season gloves and hat. Everything fits. You can mount the (adjustment) ribbons of the chest strap in such a way that they do not hang down loosely. The bag doesn't stay upright, which wasn't a requirement for me but might be a turn-off for someone else. Personally, I find it more pleasant if the bag fits neatly at the back and does not have an angular bottom.

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  • 13 September 2018
  • Automatically translated from Dutch