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TETON Sports Scout 3400 Internal Frame Backpack
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TETON Sports Scout 3400 Internal Frame Backpack
TETON Sports Scout 3400 Internal Frame Backpackis perfectly sized for youth and light backpackers.You won’t believe how comfortable this pack is for the money.
TETON Sports Scout 3400 Internal Frame Backpack -The Scout3400 has torso adjustments, aluminum stays, thickly padded straps, plenty of pockets, and a built-in rainfly. Durable hiking pack with sturdy zippers, mesh lumbar support, padded waist and shoulder straps, and bendable aluminum stays.
Safety yellow rainfly stays hidden until you need it, then pulls out to protect pack and gear. Main compartment closes securely with two barrel-lock drawstrings. Gear loops hang ski poles, ice axe, or shovel. Top carry-loop makes it easy to load into car.
- Multi-position torso adjustment fits wide range of body sizes
- Rugged internal frame backpack with capacity of 3,400 cubic inches large enough for 2-4 day trips
- Side and front compression straps to secure sleeping bag, pad, or tents
- Top and bottom compression straps to secure sleeping bag, pad, or tent
- Hip padding made of durable open-cell foam with lumbar pad and molded channels provide maximum comfort and allow airflow
- Integrated bright yellow water-resistant rainfly
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I purchased the Scout 3400 several (approx 5) years ago in Hunter Green and gave it to my son to use as a scout trip, overnight, family camping trip backpack. It has held up so well that I'm buying 2 more for my other children. It's actually great to use myself, as I'm 5'2" and the torso strap adjusts to fit me just fine. Between me and my now 5'10" son, it's adaptable and comfortable for both of us. My husband is 6'2" and has worn this comfortably also, however we are getting him a bigger capacity simply because his sleeping bag and gear are larger and more plentiful. I have a mummy bag that rolls up nicely in the sleeping bag compartment and NONE of my zippers have broken in the years that I've owned it. I haven't lost the rainfly thanks to it being connected and it has tons of room to carry lots of stuff for 3-day 2-night camping trips. With the rainfly on, we have never had water seep into the bag. Our sleeping pad attaches nicely just outside the sleeping bag compartment with the straps. We have also attached a two-man pup tent to the outside via straps and it's still comfortable to carry. The mesh pockets near the bottom holds my 40-oz FiftyFifty water bottle easily and the bladder pocket inside the backpack runs the entire height of the bag, making it easy to fit a backup bladder in with it.
I wouldn't do anything to improve this bag, it's perfect for medium use and has held up very well. We are currently using it as our go-to camping bag and 72-hour bug out bag. If you're debating on whether you should get this bag, know the only reason I wouldn't get it is if I camped out every weekend and was always in cold weather. In that case, I would still recommend Teton, I would just go with a bigger capacity.
This is a first great time backpack for the first time hiker to get started with. It has adjustable straps so you can adjust your hip height. What most people don't realize this has a rain fly in the bottom of the backpack so you can make it more rain proof then just water resistant. Great pack for the money. And they do sell larger models. Then The 3400 . They may not be the most expensive pack. But they do hold up pretty well. I have two different sizes and I would recommend them both.. But if you're picky then I guess you'll have to decide for yourself. Has a place for a water bladder and a water bladder exit
I don't think I could have asked fo anything better for my first backpack. (I have the orange one.) I'm fairly small so my options where limited, but this backpack fits at it's smallest adjustments. It's lightweight, has plently of pockets and straps. I took it on a 20 mile hike through slot canyons, lots of climbing and crawling, trowing my pack over rocks at some points and it held up great! LOVE
ALSO! There is a place for your water bladder and a spot for the hose to come out the back of the pack. I'm pretty sure it's not mentioned or pictured here, it was an extra surprise bonus to find that out after I bought it.
A good pack for its price. Attached straps and elastic bands are helpful for attaching extra gear. Could use larger side pockets. The attached rain-fly is nice but not completely water proof. Took mine on a 7 day trip to Zaleski State Forest and managed to fit all my gear and food comfortably. A good buy.
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