TETON Sports Escape 4300 Ultralight Internal Frame Backpack (Gear Review)

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TETON Sports Escape 4300 *disclaimer this is my amazon affiliate link and I will be paid a commission if used, this is not a sponsor* LARGE CAPACITY BACKPACK: Roomy…



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  2. Dude, again, nailing the music! And an awesome review!

  3. Haven Caylor says:

    It does look great; HOWEVER, backpacks are made to WEAR! To me, if it is uncomfortable to trek with then I will not be buying one. Thanks, Will!

  4. Solid and fair review. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Hi, when a backpack is not comfortable while carrying then it is useless.
    I tried out this week in a shop, the Wisport Racoon, they have a well carry construction and fully adjustable. I have a lot of time (cause I am tall) that problem with backpacks.

    Well done, nice review ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

    Br
    Mike

  6. I own the Explorer 4000 Teton and I love it! It has a different back than the 4300. That one looks terrible and rock hard. Great video man!

  7. Jolly Joel says:

    I can't open my list of subscriptions on youtube without getting "error 500" and I couldn't remember this channel's name, apparently youtube wont help me unless i type in at least 90% of your channel's name correctly. Anyways, what's up? I have a couple of camping stuff on my channel from the solar eclipse, including cooking oysters, but have you seen these small Cots? they roll up into a bag and some can hold up to 400+ pounds when assembled. I'm thinking about getting one since I'm mostly a side sleeper but from I heard some people sleep better than they ever have camping with them and they can fit into my bag, unfortunately they cost $100+.

    Speaking of bags, your bag seems legit, that is unfortunate about those pressure points. Perhaps you could cut them off without compromising quality or structure. If you can't return them of course.

  8. Dwayne says:

    Good review,,๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽฃ

  9. Ronni Buck says:

    99 subscribers! I have the Teton Explorer 4000 which has a different pad design on the back so it might be worth checking into. I have a 21 and 1/2 in torso so it's hard for me to find smaller packs that fit. Hope all is well with you and your family

  10. Dwayne says:

    Very welcome ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŽฃ

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