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Thule Crossover Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Mar 2019)

4.34
based on 1,257 reviews

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Reviews Summary


85% of the Thule Crossover reviews are good or excellent!

Excellent (70%)
Good (15%)
Average (7%)
Poor (3%)
Bad (2%)


Here's what the reviewers think about the Thule Crossover:

Reviewers like these things about the Thule Crossover

  • Most of the testers said that is an awesome pack with smart design and perfect for daily commuting and hiking.
  • Some testers also mentioned that the pack is lightweight and well constructed.
  • More testers said that the pack is roomy and can pack up with more gears and clothes for travelling over the weekend.
  • Some of the reviewers have said that the pack has lots of pockets to keep things organized for daily travel.
  • Few of the reviewers also said that the shoulder straps are well padded to provide more comfort for long carry.
  • A few travellers have also complimented the sturdy zippers of the pack.
  • Some travellers also mentioned that the cross strap in the front are quiet adjustable for provide extra comfort while travelling.
  • Most of the reviewers have said that it is the best functional and stylish pack they have used.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Many reviewers have complained that the pack is not water resistant and all their stuffs got soaked in light rain.
  • A few of the buyers said that the pack is a little expensive compared to other in the same range.

Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Thule Crossover models and sizes:

Capacity iconCapacity56 l (3417 cuin)
Weight iconWeight2.45-9.2 oz (1.1-4.2 kg)
Length iconLength20 in (51 cm)
Width13 in (33 cm)
Height8 in (20 cm)
Laptop iconLaptop SizeMax. 15 inches


The bag is recommended for these activities:

Travel
Sport
Hiking
Cycling
School
Backpacking



Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Thule Crossover features:
  • Water resistant
  • Laptop compartment
  • Compression straps
  • Carry-on size
  • Wheeled/rolling
  • Seam taped
  • Harness system

Some sources also mention these features:
  • Sunglasses pocket
  • Organizer panel

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.


Capacity/Weight Levels


The capacity/weight level shows how much the bag weights compared with it's capacity (volume).

The lower the capacity/weight level, the better.

ModelCapacityWeightLevel
5656 l7.3 oz0.13 oz/L



Rankings


vs Thule Bags

The Thule Crossover ranks #3 compared with the other Thule bags.

Top 10% Thule bag

1Thule Alltrail
4.62
Thule Alltrail
2Thule Versant
4.37
Thule Versant
3Thule Crossover
4.34
Thule Crossover
4Thule Subterra
4.24
Thule Subterra
5Thule Upslope
4.22
Thule Upslope

vs All Bags

The Thule Crossover ranks #290 compared with all the bags we have checked.

Top 20% bag

288Deuter Giga
4.34
Deuter Giga
289Thule Crossover
4.34
Thule Crossover
290Granite Gear Virga
4.34
Granite Gear Virga
291Deuter Race
4.34
Deuter Race
292Eagle Creek Load Warrior
4.34
Eagle Creek Load Warrior



Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparisons of the Thule Crossover vs 4 other, similar bags.

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Thule Crossover vs Thule EnRoute


Thule Crossover
Thule Crossover

4.34
BEST
Based on 1,257 reviews
Capacity: 56 l
Weight: 2.45-9.2 oz
Price: $$$


Thule EnRoute
Thule EnRoute

3.47

Based on 993 reviews

Capacity: 24 l
Weight: 1.2-1.8 oz
Price: $$

  • The Crossover is rated much better than the EnRoute.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 2,250 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Crossover is 133% bigger than the biggest EnRoute (56 L vs 24 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Crossover is 411% heavier than the biggest EnRoute (9.2 oz vs 1.8 oz).

FeatureCrossoverEnRoute
Carry-on size
Compression straps
Harness system
Laptop compartment
Organizer panel
Reflective
Seam taped
Sunglasses pocket
Water resistant
Wheeled/rolling

Both bags are available in these colors:
Black

Only the Crossover is available in these colors:
Blue

Only the EnRoute is available in these colors:
Red
Grey
Orange




Thule Crossover vs Thule Paramount


Thule Crossover
Thule Crossover

4.34
BEST
Based on 1,257 reviews
Capacity: 56 l
Weight: 2.45-9.2 oz
Price: $$$


Thule Paramount
Thule Paramount

3.34

Based on 152 reviews

Capacity:
Weight: 2.2 oz
Price: $$

  • The Crossover is rated a lot better than the Paramount.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,409 reviews of the two bags.
  • The weight of the biggest Crossover is 318% heavier than the biggest Paramount (9.2 oz vs 2.2 oz).

FeatureCrossoverParamount
Carry-on size
Compression straps
Harness system
Laptop compartment
Organizer panel
Seam taped
Sunglasses pocket
Water resistant
Wheeled/rolling

Both bags are available in these colors:
Black

Only the Crossover is available in these colors:
Blue

Only the Paramount is available in these colors:
Red




Thule Crossover vs Thule Stravan


Thule Crossover
Thule Crossover

4.34
BEST
Based on 1,257 reviews
Capacity: 56 l
Weight: 2.45-9.2 oz
Price: $$$


Thule Stravan
Thule Stravan

3.82

Based on 303 reviews

Capacity:
Weight: 1.1 oz
Price:

  • The Crossover is rated somewhat better than the Stravan.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,560 reviews of the two bags.
  • The weight of the biggest Crossover is 736% heavier than the biggest Stravan (9.2 oz vs 1.1 oz).

FeatureCrossoverStravan
Carry-on size
Compression straps
Harness system
Laptop compartment
Organizer panel
Seam taped
Sunglasses pocket
Water resistant
Wheeled/rolling

Only the Crossover is available in these colors:
Black
Blue

Only the Stravan is available in these colors:
Grey




Thule Crossover vs Thule Subterra


Thule Crossover
Thule Crossover

4.34
BEST
Based on 1,257 reviews
Capacity: 56 l
Weight: 2.45-9.2 oz
Price: $$$


Thule Subterra
Thule Subterra

4.24

Based on 445 reviews

Capacity: 34-45 l
Weight: 2.1-7.5 oz
Price: $$$

  • The Crossover is rated a little bit better than the Subterra.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 1,702 reviews of the two bags.
  • The biggest Crossover is 24% bigger than the biggest Subterra (56 L vs 45 L).
  • The weight of the biggest Crossover is 23% heavier than the biggest Subterra (9.2 oz vs 7.5 oz).

FeatureCrossoverSubterra
Carry-on size
Compression straps
Harness system
Laptop compartment
Organizer panel
Seam taped
Side pockets
Sternum strap
Sunglasses pocket
Water resistant
Wheeled/rolling

Only the Crossover is available in these colors:
Black
Blue

Only the Subterra is available in these colors:
Grey







Selected Reviews


Life In The Saddle people

Life In The Saddle

For me, this is the ultimate hand luggage solution. I can walk or ride to the station with the bag on my back, then use the wheels to reduce the strain whilst walking around the airport or on location. With weighty equipment like a laptop and camera, it really comes into its own compared to a standard rucksack.

Posted 8 February 2018 by Tim Wiggins - Read full review


Her Packing List

Even when full, I can easily carry this up the stairs in subway stations and put it in the overhead bin. The variety of ways to carry it also helps – I’m on the short side so it’s easy to carry with the duffel straps. Honestly, when in a dire situation, I even use the duffel straps like a purse. Love the options.

Posted 5 July 2017 by Ali Garland - Read full review

Life In The Saddle people

Life In The Saddle

To sum up, this is a fantastic bag for travelling abroad, or to long race weekends. Good luggage isn't cheap, but this bag provides value for money in my opinion; promising to carry your kit to its destination safely and comfortably, for many seasons of racing.

Posted 9 April 2017 by Tim Wiggins - Read full review


Ismono


Posted 5 May 2016

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