A highly functional daypack with crush-proof SafeZone compartment, the Thule Crossover withstands the abuse of your everyday adventures.
- Padded, integrated notebook compartment holds up to a 17-in. MacBook Pro
- Heat-molded, crush-proof SafeZone compartment protects your iPhone, sunglasses and other fragile gear
- SafeZone compartment is lockable or can be removed for extra room
- Water-resistant nylon body material
- Die-cut EVA shoulder straps with mesh covering provide ventilation and breathability
- Compression straps customise the bag to the size of your load
- Organisation compartment keeps cords and other accessories at hand but out of the way
- Multiple grab-and-go handles allow for easy transport
Did you notice?The lockable, crush-proof SafeZone compartment protects your iPhone, sunglasses and other fragile gear — and is removable when you need additional space.
Apple Recommends ForComfortably carrying your MacBook Pro on quick hikes, around-town travel, weekend getaways, mountain bike excursions and the daily commute.
What's in the Box?
- Thule Crossover Backpack
- Form Factor: Backpack
- Material: Nylon
- Height: 18.9 in./48.0 cm
- Width: 6.7 in./17.0 cm
- Weight: 2.18 lb./0.99 kg
- Length: 13.4 in./34.0 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: TCBP117
- UPC or EAN No.: 085854218474
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Ratings & Reviews
Crazy awesome bag!!
Let me start by pointing out that I am a major backpack head. I have been looking for the right solution for my 15" MBP for quite Let me start by pointing out that I am a major backpack head. I have been looking for the right solution for my 15" MBP for quite some time now and didn't want to settle for one of those Incase bags. I got this bag the other day and it is AMAZING!! First of all, the construction is incredible. Its die-cut straps and machined aluminum clips are a perfect compliment to the beautiful design of my Unibody MacBook Pro. The layout of pockets is great and the crush proof top pocket is awesome for my iPhone!
I can't wait to see if the iPad fits into the front pocket.
I have to say that of all the bags I have owned, this one is by far the best. I have already got quite a few comments on it, and when I took my computer into the Genius Bar the other day, even some of the Apple employees seemed excited and jealous. . .
- Written by Michael R from la mirada
408 of 444 people found this useful
The most fantastic laptop bag I've ever had
I've tried a number of various backpacks in the past. Some were issued from work, some I bought, some I even got at technology con I've tried a number of various backpacks in the past. Some were issued from work, some I bought, some I even got at technology conferences. The biggest gripe I've always had with most of them was - if they were spacious enough to hold a 17 inch laptop they were typically too big. Navigating New York subway every day with something of that size has always been a challenge. Also the spacious ones tended to be fairly loose, lacking any frame. If they were small enough all I'd be able to fit into it was the 13'' macbook.
This backpack (which I suspect was specifically designed for Macbook Pro) is a whole different story. It's as big as you want it to be. The side straps ensure that you can vary the depth of the bag. The construction is superb. Let me reiterate this point - it's on par with the cream of the crop of the industry (i.e. Osprey, Samsonite, Lowepro). Material feels splendid and sturdy, front pocket has what looks like taped seams and waterproof zipper, the straps are exceptionally comfortable and the back of the backpack has an EVA-foam-like (not sure of the exact material) frame that feels very solid adding sturdiness to the back but not weight. I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a laptop bag. …
- Written by Anthony G from Brooklyn
298 of 314 people found this useful
Great Quality but Smaller than it Looks
First, it's of very high quality. The zippers, straps, buckles all feel like solid material. The bag itself seem like a very dura First, it's of very high quality. The zippers, straps, buckles all feel like solid material. The bag itself seem like a very durable fabric which is good because I'm rough on bags. They don't mention the size anywhere so I was a bit surprised by how small the bag is. I'm replacing my Belkin Slim Backpack and it's not much bigger than that. That's both good and bad. I still like a svelte bag but I was replacing the Belkin because I was busting the seams. I can fit my lunch bag in here or I could fit in a change of clothes for my commute but I couldn't fit both. That's not a deal-breaker, it just means I have to plan accordingly.
Also, it is very attractive. I really like the look of it. …
- Written by Christopher F from Greenwood Village
263 of 305 people found this useful
Ordered the wrong size backback!
I ordered the wrong sized backpack, I have a 13 inch MBPR and this bag is made for a much larger computer. I also ordered a speck I ordered the wrong sized backpack, I have a 13 inch MBPR and this bag is made for a much larger computer. I also ordered a speck smart case and a THULE sleeve, when put in the sleeve and placed in the bag, I feel confident enough for it to be safe. Has an excellent build quality and such a great design for organising your things. Love the space in the backpack and would not change it for the 13 inch backpack as it would be to small for my likings. If you were to purchase this backpack and have a 13 inch MBPR I would highly recommend getting a bulky sleeve to go with it. …
- Written by Stephen H from Narara
1 of 1 people found this useful
Excellent college backpack
I use this backpack for college ever day. It took a few days for the back straps to loosen and it is now very comfortable and the I use this backpack for college ever day. It took a few days for the back straps to loosen and it is now very comfortable and the thick padding in the back makes it very pleasant to wear. I travel to college by bike and the backpack sits nicely and the chest strap ensures extra stability. There is excellent thick padding around the laptop compartment and the padding is also on the bottom, so if you leave the bag down on the ground the laptop isn't just protected by the bags fabric. The fabric is also very nice and is tough so it should last without tearing. For people complaining about it letting is water I've never seemed to have this problem and I was in a few heavy showers with this bag while cycling. There is excellent space in this bag and easily consumes all I need on a daily bases. The bottle holders are a nice touch also. …
- Written by Craig O from Kenmare
2 of 2 people found this useful
Such a practical and organised bag. Lots of room and lots of different pockets to store various size objects. Even has a padded Such a practical and organised bag. Lots of room and lots of different pockets to store various size objects. Even has a padded bottom so the laptop doesn't get bumped and dented when putting the bag down. …
- Written by Julia B from Adelaide
2 of 2 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
is this bag orange or red
- Asked by Tracie S from San Diego
- May 23, 2012
The bag comes in either black, red or blue/green and you can select what colour you want when viewin The bag comes in either black, red or blue/green and you can select what colour you want when viewing the product …
- Answered by Matthew T from Adelaide
- May 29, 2012
Does the iPhone pouch also fit iPhone 5?
- Asked by Sai A
- Nov 5, 2013
No answers yet
Are there any feature differences in the black and the blue models?
- Asked by Sai A
- Nov 5, 2013
can i use it for school?
- Asked by Kim B from Oakville
- Jul 27, 2012
Definitely. It has enough space for textbooks, your computer, and other stuff. I've used it through Definitely. It has enough space for textbooks, your computer, and other stuff. I've used it through a semester of college and it holds up pretty well. …
- Answered by Joneil A from Fairfax
- Jul 28, 2012
Is there a place to put the charging cord for the mac book in the backpack?
- Asked by Brittany W from North Platte
- Jun 21, 2013
Yes. see the 6th picture for the black coloured bag. See were the pencils are in the clear slip you Yes. see the 6th picture for the black coloured bag. See were the pencils are in the clear slip you can place yur charger in there. …
- Answered by Kim K from Brisbane
- Oct 21, 2013