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TETON Sports Scout 3400 Internal Frame Backpack; with a New Limited Edition Color; Free Rain Cover Included
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- HIGH RANKING PACK: Continues to be the top selling backpack on Amazon at a great price point for all the included features
- PERFECT BEGINNER OR QUICK TRIP PACK: Just right for youth and adults for light backpacking trips; best for 2-4 day adventures; 3400 cubic inches/55 liter capacity; weighs 4.5 pounds
- FIVE-STAR COMFORT: Multi-position torso adjustment fits wide range of body sizes; Durable open-cell foam lumbar pad and molded channels provide maximum comfort and airflow; Backpack for men and women
- TRUSTED QUALITY: Hundreds of 5-star reviews testifying to the great quality and design; includes large sleeping bag compartment, multi-directional compression straps, and multiple compartments and pockets for strategic packing
- LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY: At TETON Sports when we say "Limited Lifetime Warranty" we mean WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK! We have an AWESOME customer service team based right here in the USA. It's service YOU CAN COUNT ON to get your products taken care of and get you back OUTDOORS; #getoutdoors with TETON Sports
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Scout3400 Internal Frame backpack
The TETON Sports Scout 3400 is a durable hiking pack with sturdy zippers, mesh lumbar support, padded waist and shoulder straps, and bendable aluminum stays. You won’t believe how comfortable this pack is for the money. Features a safety yellow rainfly that stays hidden until you need it, then pulls out to protect pack and gear. The main compartment closes securely with two barrel-lock drawstrings. The pack also has gear loops to hang ski poles, ice axe or shovel and a top carry-loop to make it easy for loading into the car.
Padded shoulder straps
Fully adjustable shoulder straps and torso length to fit a wide variety of people.
Mesh storage pocket
Front mesh storage pocket with hook and loop closure.
Integrated bright yellow water-resistant rainfly.
|Capacity||2700 Cubic Inches / 44 Liters||3400 Cubic Inches / 55 Liters||4000 Cubic Inches / 65 Liters||4000 Cubic Inches / 65 Liters||5200 Cubic Inches / 75+10 Liters||5,500 Cubic Inches / 90 Liters|
|Color Options||Blackout||Mecca Orange | Hunter Green||Blackout||Metallic Silver | Navy Blue||Mars Red | Navy Blue||Blackout|
|Dimensions (inches)||26” x 11” x 9”||30" x 17" x 12"||27” x 12” x 10”||32" x 18" x 12"||34" x 16" x 13"||34" x 15" x 17"|
|Torso length adjustment (inches)||Adjustable 15" - 20"||Adjustable 15" - 19.5"||Adjustable 15" - 20"||Adjustable 19" - 23"||Adjustable 15.5" - 23"||Adjustable 16” – 22”|
|Pack Weight||4.1 lbs (with tarp poncho) 3.2 lbs (without tarp poncho)||4.5 lbs||5.25 lbs (with tarp poncho) 4 lbs (without tarp poncho)||5 lbs||5.5 lbs||6 lbs (with tarp poncho) 5.2 lbs (without tarp poncho)|
|Item Dimensions||17 x 12 x 30 inches|
|Item Weight||4.41 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||4.5 pounds|
The TETON Sports Scout3400 Backpack is a great backpack for men, women, and youth and includes features you usually see in much higher-priced packs. The Scout3400 has a fully adjustable fit in the torso and waist belt, includes upper load adjustment straps at the shoulders, and thick padded shoulder straps to comfortably carry heavy loads. The durable open-cell foam lumbar pad and molded channels provide maximum comfort and airflow. Take this pack on your 2 to 4 day adventures. You will love how durable it is: Made with a 600D diamond ripstop and 600D Oxford canvas shell that stands up to years of rugged adventuring. Other features include a large sleeping bag compartment, multi-directional compression straps, and multiple compartments and pockets arranged for strategic packing. Rainfly also included.
Seller Warranty Description
Limited Lifetime Warranty - TETON Sports strives to manufacture the best possible products for our customers. Our limited lifetime warranty covers products against defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty is cheerfully extended to the original owner only and excludes normal wear and tear (e.g., zippers that wear out after extended use) or misuse. Please follow care instructions. If, after inspection, a product is determined by us to be defective in workmanship or materials, we will repair or replace it at our option, at no cost to you (the original owner). Contact customer service for assistance by visiting us online at tetonsports.com to obtain a return authorization number. Shipping fees may apply. For international warranty claims (outside the United States), shipping and duty fees are the responsibility of the consumer.
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Top Customer Reviews
All in all this is a great pack for the price and I would recommend this to anyone who is just starting out in their hiking career
So over the last week I did 3 more high points with this pack where the use of a ultra-lightweight tent was required (i have the Seedhouse SL-1 in case you are in the market for a tent). And again this performed more than adequately. I trekked up the Appalachian trail to Mt rogers in VA and then drove to Black Mtn. in KY and then spent 3 days hiking on and around Spruce knob in WV. Once again the rain fly came in handy mt Rogers was under severe winds the entire time i was there... This pack hold everything I needed. I have added some D-ring accessories to it my self for easy access to food and my camera, but otherwise it is the pack as I bought it. I am not sure if I am missing something the other reviewers are saying, but the side pockets (the ones about mid way up the pack) are large enough to Hold my 32oz Nalgenes, but you just can't zip them shut (mostly because of the lid), if you need clarification on this I can send some pictures to you. The only down side I can see thus far is the eventual need for space for longer duration and technical climbs... But as i am using this for 2-4 days trips, it works great.
Likely My Last update! 11/28/2011
As the winter approaches and my hiking time is slowly replaced by strip mall and market time. Since my last update I have used this pack extensively. I hiked a 30 mile portion of the Appalachian trail on my way to Clingmans Dome in TN and then in once that was completed I did about a 10 mile hike on my way to the top of Mt Mitchell in NC. I must stress that I am very much the minimalist... I take very little extra that one could safely do without. That means a couple sets of clothes, cold gear, tent, bag, food, water, and obviously first aide and water purification. I keep a small multi-tool on me and a rather large knife I was issued in the desert... That's about it... I have yet to come across i situation where the pack is more than maybe 2/3rds of the way full... But at any rate, I have had very little issues with this pack aside from the chest strap... The clasp did give way finally, about mid way through my 30 miler to clingmans... Luckily I came across a nice woman who was willing to give me one of her extras... I made on modification to the pack it's self. The mid-side pouches sewed on some netting so over the top of them and got ride of the zipper so I could fit my nalgenes there. But other than that the thing has been flawless... I likely will not need a new pack for some time... Hope this info has been helpful
TL;DR If you go camping once or twice a year for the weekend, then this pack is ALL you need and then some.
I tend to camp more in the winter and my winter sleeping bag won't fit in the sleeping bag compartment, so I use a compression sack and strap it on the outside. I throw my tent inside the sleeping bag compartment even in the summer. I find that gives the pack better stability but really it's just a personal preference. All of the assorted external straps and loops are great for attaching things to the outside of the pack as well, so you can be flexible when packing.
I have some 32oz water bottles that fit just fine in the side pockets and the middle side pockets are great for stashing things like your camp stove, saw, lighter, knife, food, etc. The main pack compartment I tend to stuff with clothing, camp pillow, etc.
I wish I had a picture of this pack after my last camping trip because I had this pack absolutely loaded down and it preformed without any problems at all. Camp chair, sleeping bag, tent footprint, sleeping pad was all strapped on the outside. I even had a lumber daypack strapped around the outside as well. Bulky for sure, but again that's my problem for packing so heavy the point is the pack accomdates me. All that weight hasn't hurt it either. I attached the only picture I could find, sorry for the potato quality.
The reasons for not giving this pack 5 stars:
---As others have mentioned the water bladder pouch isn't the greatest, I tend to use it to store my tend poles and my hatchet.
---The sleeping bag compartment size is a little small, to be honest I doubt you could fit a "Walmart special" type sleeping bag in it. If you want to fit a sleeping bag in it, camp in the warm months and/or invest in a quality sleeping bag that is highly compactable.
---The zipper pull on the sleeping bag compartment is covered by a weird "lip" that will drive you crazy if you pack the compartment full. In the pictures the bottom oval-shaped orange color is this lip, the zipper for the compartment is under this.
---If the packed is internal packed near its maximum size, the top "over-the-pack" pockets won't be able to hold very much. In fact, with those two top pockets you won't really be able to pack them both, the biggest one pocket is the smaller the other one becomes basically.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
makes it unuseable and stopped our trip.