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A closet on wheels.
Designed for the traveling professional, the Thule Crossover 22in Upright Rolling Gear Bag will carry everything you need for quick business trips and weekend getaways. A durable, water-resistant dobby nylon fabric protects your valuable luggage from the wear and tear of travel, while a removable tri-fold suiter allows you keep your suits wrinkle-free for those important meetings. With just a 22in height, the Crossover meets most domestic carry-on regulations, so you won't have to deal with the added hassle of checking your bag on those quick trips.
Realizing that it's the little things that make life on the road easier, Thule fitted this carry-on with plenty of features to make your traveling experience more enjoyable. Over-sized, heavy duty wheels make for easy rolling when you're hoofing it to a connecting flight, and the V-tubing telescoping handle makes for a smooth and reliable pull. Grab handles located at the top, side, and bottom allow you to get a good handle on this bag from any direction. One heat-molded SafeZone pocket located at the top of the bag is specifically designed to keep eyewear and electronics safe, while a zippered front quick access pocket is ideal for travel documents.
- Water-resistant dobby nylon fabric
- Aluminum hardware
- Molded polypropylene back
- V-tubing telescoping handle
- Top, side, and bottom grab handles
- Oversize wheels
- Zippered front crush-resistant SafeZone external pockets
- Removable tri-fold suiter
- Divided main compartment
- Two internal zippered mesh pockets
- Item #THU002K
- Q & A
Worst design ever
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
The interior is practically useless. The bottom half is about 4.5 inches deep but the handle takes up 1.5 inches of that space so the bag is effectively only 3 inches deep. The sidewalls slope down towards the bottom, further limiting the usable space. There is some space in the upper half of the bag (maybe another 2.5 inches), but a third of that space is taken up by the "SafeZone" compartment on the front of the bag, which sticks into the interior. Finally, the pocket on the front of the bag is not even deep enough to hold a magazine or 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper, so anything you might put in it will stick out of the top and can't be zipped shut. Bottom line is I bought this suitcase to replace a bag with the exact same exterior dimensions, and it won't even hold of what my old bag would.