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Teton Sports Scout 3400

rated 4.0 of 5 stars
photo: Teton Sports Scout 3400 weekend pack (50-69l)

Overall a great quality pack with lots of pockets and loops to hook things onto. Very adjustable to conform to different torso lengths.


  • Excellent material, heavy duty fabric, large zippers
  • Built-in rain cover
  • Great customer service


  • Small sleeping bag compartment
  • Chest strap quality

I purchased this backpack to go camping with my son's Boy Scout troop. I've been on several overnight campouts and two backpacking trips with this bag.

I love the features that were included on an "entry level" backpack. The included rain cover is a great extra that has come in handy. The material (ripstop nylon) is a nice thick quality and is very durable. The zippers are large and very sturdy. The ability to custom fit to your torso size is a great benefit as well.  

I like the number of pockets and pouches that are on this backpack, although the sleeping bag compartment was a bit small. I can fit a lightweight summer bag in there but when I backpacked in the winter; there was no way I was getting my zero degree bag in. But, the divider inside is removable so you can open up the space and use it to store additional gear inside.  

The pack fits very nicely on my short torso and would easily accommodate a younger boy or a woman. The hip belt has nice padding and seems sturdy. I would have liked to see a few pockets on the hip belt, but I am not complaining.  

My last overnight backpacking trip I carried food, a tent, a sleeping bag, sleeping pad, and clothes for three days without a problem.

Overall, it's a great product for the price. 

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $62

I purchased this pack for my first 3-day, 2-night, 22-mile hike. Great pack for the money!


  • Adjustable torso
  • Priced affordable
  • Plenty of storage space
  • Close fit


  • Heavy weight product
  • Little cheap on material

I believe, for the money, you can't beat this pack. I have done several one-day 8 milers and one 2-night, 3-day 22 miler. I have a 5-day, 4-nighter planned and feel sure it will handle the load.

My only concern is the material seems a little cheap and it may not be a long-lasting pack, but I gave $60 for it. I believe I've already got my money out of it.

I would definitely recommend this pack to a beginner. Oh yeah, it ain't no ultralight by no stretch, but it's a workhorse. 

Great backpack for anyone. Have been using for years.


  • Durable
  • High quality zippers and fastenings
  • Affordable
  • Comfortable


  • Too small for multi-week trips (though this comes with the size)

I have had this pack for a number of years and used it on hiking trips and backpacking trips of up to seven days. It carries gear comfortably and is easy to organize and pack—lots of loops and straps to attach things to the outside and an ample included rainfly keeps everything dry.


I have had a number of backpacks including Osprey and LL Bean brand. This is similar in quality (in my opinion) to Osprey and surpasses some of the LL Bean packs. I've hiked several hundred miles with it and it has not even come close to wearing out.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $79.99

Decent pack. On my second as a zipper broke, great customer service.


  • Adjustable
  • Very durable


  • Small bottle holders
  • Tough zippers to open and close

I've had this pack since 2015(ish). It's held up well. Have put many miles on it, but unfortunately on the last trip one of the side pocket zippers broke.

I contacted Teton and they asked for a few pics and proof of purchase. They sent a new one within a week. New one hasn't been trail yet, but looks to be good to go!


Avid hiker here, usually with an overloaded pack! This has performed as expected.

Source: bought it new

Great quality pack with lots of pockets and loops.


  • Very good material
  • Built-in rain cover

I purchased this backpack about 1 years ago, used it so much. On trips I carried food, a tent, a sleeping bag, sleeping pad and clothes for three days without a problem. I'm content with this product.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $59


  • I like the fact that it is adjustable and can be changed to fit your needs.


  • It's a little heavy.

I would definitely recommend it for someone five feet two. This is a good backpack for someone just getting into backpacking. I tried it on at Sportsman's Warehouse and ordered it from Amazon.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $59

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Price MSRP: $79.99
Historic Range: $44.99
Reviewers Paid: $59.00-$79.99
Capacity 3400 cu in / 55 L
Hydration Capacity 101 oz / 3 L (bladder not included)
Weight 4.5 lbs
Waist Belt adjustable 2660 in
Torso Length adjustable 15-19.5 in
Materials 600D Diamond Ripstop / 600D PU
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