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TETON Sports Escape4300 Ultralight Internal Frame Backpack
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TETON Sports Escape4300 Ultralight Internal Frame Backpack(1283702)
TETON Sports Escape4300 Ultralight Internal Frame Backpack - Roomy internal frame pack with thickly padded back panel and shoulder straps, concave head space, and split waist wings. Designed for comfort when fully loaded.
TETON Sports Escape4300 Ultralight Internal Frame Backpack - The Escape4300 is a large pack designed for week-long trips or times when you have lots of gear. Aluminum stays and high-density foam back panel keep support right where you need it. Includes padded waist and shoulder straps, multiple load adjustments and torso lengthener that can be fit to your body without removing pack. 4,300 cubic inch capacity with seven pockets, two pouches, four compression straps, daisy chain gear loops, D-ring, eyelets, and slide-storage under hood.
- Firm, high-density foam back panel channels air and provides support
- Vertical side pockets with butterfly expansion
- Sliding tension torso adjustment supports up to XXL and can be adjusted while wearing
- Thickly-padded split dual wishbone waist pad with independent top and bottom hip adjustments offer a more customizable fit
- Taped straps with breathable padding and mesh lining mean you can comfortably wear this pack for hours
- Integrated bright yellow water-resistant rainfly
- 420D 2MM Squared Double line Ripstop / 600D PU / 900D PU
- 4300 Cubic Inches / 70 Liters
- 4.75 lbs
- Waist Belt: 28in - 45in with Split Wishbone Construction
- Adjustable torso 17in - 21in
- 33in x 17in x 12in
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I have had my pack for a couple of years now and I love it. It has held up extremely well. My pack doesn't have a single tear in it, the daisy chains are all like new still, and all zippers/clips are still working like new. Once I have the straps all adjusted properly I can hike all day without any issue after loading it up.
Packing is very easy. Between the side pockets, the top, the pocket for the sleeping bag, and main compartment I always have room left over, even on multi day trips.
Very pleased with the company and this pack in particular. 5 out of 5!
Bought this pack 6 months ago without much expections for such a budget price. The Escape has since earned my respect after some hammering on it in hikes, scrambles, free climbing, cycling, backcountry skiing and canyoneering here in Utah. You won't find a more comfortable all round pack at this price range and size.
I purchased this pack a few months ago. I needed something that will fit my bear canister for a 5 day backpacking trip. I use the Garcia Container, it's a little more narrower, and lay it on it's side at the bottom of the pack.
I've gone out a couple of times. The seams seem to pull a bit if over stuffed. My old pack had horrible straps. The waist strap on this one is great!One finger touch to loosen or give the strap a light tug to tighten. Price is great for my needs.
After months of trying out expensive packs at REI and other outfitters I was DELIGHTED to find this pack. At 5'4" and 130lbs I thought I would never find a pack large enough for myself that would fit my frame (15" and fully adjustable). It fits like a glove and the straps and belt are made of the best softest material I have felt on any pack. It fit a friend who outweighed me by more than 40lbs very well. It is extremely versatile in that regard. I can't for the life of me figure out why similar size packs feel to be constructed from sandpaper and baling wire. While initially I had been looking for an ultralight pack the comfort of this pack was a welcome trade. Another favorite is the molding behind the head, so no need to keep your hear forward at an uncomfortable angle. There is ample room for a longer trek and pockets to keep one well organized. The pack itself is constructed from high quality materials that are meant to LAST. My second favorite that I almost settled for before finding the Teton is a Gregory 55. I recommend an ultralight or down sleeping bag if you want it to fit in the sleeping bag compartment, which isn't much of an issue because even it has a zipper if your bag won't fit. If you buy a down fill bag you can fit in a Thermarest pad as well. It comes with a high quality rain fly and in my opinion outperforms ALL of the more expensive brands. I wouldn't trade this one for a $500 pack!
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