Teton Sports Scout 3400 Backpack – Review

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Today Luke is reviewing the TETON Sports Scout 3400 Internal Frame Backpack. This is a budget friendly pack that doesn’t cut any corners.

Link Tenton : http://www.tetonsports.com/Backpacks/Internal-Frame/Scout3400.htm#.V3qjEfnyu5g

Link Amazon : https://www.amazon.com/PowerCore-Qualcomm-Portable-Backwards-Compatible/dp/B00VLNT9KW

Price : These run around the $70 mark on the net. At the time of filming Amazon had the green version of this pack for $60 and the Orange for $85

Colors : Two colors – Orange and Green

Weight : 4.5lbs

· Materials : Polyester
Size 30″ x 17″ x 12″, Capacity 3400 Cubic Inches/55 Liters, Weight 4.5 lbs.
Torso length adjustable from 15″ – 19. 5″
Side and front compression straps to secure sleeping bag, pad or tent
Sleeping bag compartment located on bottom of bag and accessed with a front zipper
Front and top bungee stash storage for jackets, shoes, rope, or sleeping pad
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Pros :

Well built. Inexpensive. Lots of great features. Adjustable Good warranty. Nicely padded. Includes a rain cover

Cons :

Heavy. That is my biggest complaint with this pack. Since it is more a budget pack, the weight goes up.

Review :

I’ve had this pack for 6 years and it continues to perform very, very well for me and I paid $55 for it.

Was it worth $55? Absolutely! Is it worth a $100? I believe so. This is a terrific pack for those who are on a limited budget or those who are testing the waters when it comes to backpacking.

With a 30lbs loadout I find this pack very comfortable. As you drop down in weight it becomes even more so.

My brother bought one of these 3 years ago and it has served him well too. No issues to report.

For this price, this is an amazing backpack and 5 years later, I continue to use it.

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Comments

Alexander Gearhart says:

HE FLICKED THE BUG!!!! NOOOOO!!!!!!

recycledcitizen says:

How do you think this pack would be for 2 teen girls to travel in Europe? Around 5′ 3″ (about 100 pounds)? Bringing about 5 days of clothing.

Jason Chasteen says:

Great review Luke nice to have a low cost option that still has all the bells and whistles!

Diamond Fred says:

Every time u review something I buy it..  Amazon  $59.47

Karl Mouck says:

I also own this backpack. In the green. I must agree, for just $60 from Amazon it’s a really awesome backpack.

Sam Smith says:

Hi, I’m looking into getting to hammock camping on a semi budget and was wondering you think this pack should accommodate the snugpak top and under quits along with a warbonnet blackbird and tadpole tarp for 1-3 night trips? Some of the reviews I’ve read on those quilts said that they take up a ton of pack space. Thanks- BTW I pulled the trigger on the marmot minimalist based on your review and I’m glad I did. It’s a great 4 season shell. Much appreciated 🙂

Shane Owens says:

Not gonna lie, at first I was kind of put off by his review style, but now that I’ve watched the whole video, I feel like I know everything I need to know about this backpack. Solid review, man.

Haris Ali says:

does it have straps on the side if I want to hang tent vertically on the side?

David Norris says:

What kind of sleeping bag did you fit in there?

Jacob Irmen says:

By the way the Amazon link is a power bank is that meant to be there.

Wilhelm Dark says:

hi, is this allowed as carry on

Connor Shields says:

can the padded waist belt be removed? or is it sewn in?

LunarEclipse120 says:

Could you attach a tent to the compression straps near the bottom? Also, the link in the description goes to a battery.

Lucía Reyes Moreno says:

I want to take this backpack to travel trough Europe (the inexpensive way) next year, I’m a 5’2 girl, do you think this is a good fit for me?

Anthony Brendel says:

Yall see that demon float across the screen at 1:43

Stephen Hill says:

Great review. Very thorough and useful as always. Thanks.

lilnaters49 says:

I can recommend these packs. The younger generation of this pack was the first pack I ever had. Took it on multiple trips (including 9 days on the Wonderland Trail) and help perfectly. I found the padding to not be very good but it is a perfect starter!

tom says:

That ant never saw it coming..

jeremy smith says:

Okay I’m having a hard time with the tent it won’t fit in the pak should I put it outside the pak?

Ken Christensen says:

looking for a larger pack for my wife, does anybody know how well it fits a lady

Damion Lawson says:

48$ on amazon right now

Tim Eubanks says:

i purchased the orange because i liked the look of it more. Then i went backpacking in a hunting area and just kept the rain cover on while hiking and was even more happy to have a bright orange pack! i like the green as well, but I’m happy with the orange just for hunting areas i backpack in.

Casey Bryan says:

I am so glad I bought this pack it felt really comfy when I put it on and the material I think is better than some of the more expensive packs because of the nylon it seems very durable and there’s tons of space to put everything an average hiker like me is going to need for a day or two out on the trail

spectre Survival says:

$56 as of today on Amazon

Mike K says:

Great video review. Did you have any issues with the zippers breaking? I noticed during your review video that one of the pocket zipper was open the entire time.

CKM_USMC says:

Great review, thanks

Bryan Resch says:

ok , so I’m confused about 3 reviews I have seen on the 3400 Teton the 4000 Teton Mountain Adventurer and the 4000 sport.
This one is 55L and 3400 cubic inches.
The Mountain is said to be 4000 cubic inches and 66L.
The other Teton 4000 Sport is 40L and 4000 cubic inches.
Can someone tell me how the Litre and cubic inches can be the same but Litre is different ??? Is it based on the main compartment only???

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