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Thule Subterra Travel Backpack Review

The Subterra backpack from Thule is designed to be a minimal travel bag with room for both your tech needs, daily needs and weekend travel needs.

  • Solid look + feel — it’s designed well and the external fabric feels nice!
  • Tech organization — decent tech panel for organizing your daily needs.
  • Solid capacity — fit enough for a weekend or longer if you can pack it minimally!
  • Useable as a daily carry bag — it’s not too big to  use as your daily carry.

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Created by Chase Reeves