Youtopia Snacks - Camper's Cafe Review

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Comments • 63

  • TheOutdoorGearReview
    TheOutdoorGearReview  Year ago +13

    I just back from the next overnight adventure....
    it's going to be a good one!
    Coming soon!
    - Luke

    • Dustin Mittel
      Dustin Mittel Year ago

      Isn't that roughly the price( $3 a bag) that you'd pay for healthy snacks in the store

  • Tony Hall
    Tony Hall 11 months ago

    Love seeing Suzy back on, and, that jacket Luke is awesome,what is it and is it any good. Love you guys. 😎😎

  • John C
    John C 11 months ago

    Peanuts, chocolate, raisons and banana chips is enough of a trail snack for me.

  • Todd Johnston
    Todd Johnston Year ago

    Ya, jalapeno and mustard is an odd combination but willing to try... couldn't have been to many nuts in it. Bananas & choc just add milk😁 same with expresso

  • Achilles
    Achilles Year ago

    Hey Luke, what is the brand of that Puffer. It looks like a real nice jacket. Thanks.

    • Max Robinson
      Max Robinson 11 months ago

      Its a tactical distributers jacket. Its the TD down range jacket 2.1

  • MrWinger1951
    MrWinger1951 Year ago

    Totally snowflake review. I'll take a PayDay candy bar over any of that 'so cool' snack.

  • Robert Michael
    Robert Michael Year ago

    Are there any snacks that y'all make that are not perishable for camping trips? Because I have stage 4 cancer I can't have sugar.

  • Almonte Paolilli
    Almonte Paolilli Year ago

    Price point turnoff but like the concept.

  • Timur VEZİR
    Timur VEZİR Year ago

    N40p WINDSTOPPER P50k GORE WINDSTOPPER, P50p GORE WINDSTOPPER2L the difference between them ? I did not write here Stronger windproof Is there ? thank you ??
    among them Which is the most powerful
    wind will not pass and will keep very warm.
    Sorry english not good.

  • Rocky Mountain
    Rocky Mountain Year ago

    Big bucks for little taste. I’ll stick with GORP

  • Sam Brandt
    Sam Brandt Year ago

    I am curious, is this product made in China?

  • Phillip Fetterman

    Luke, I have a suggestion, when doing a solo winter overnight, why not set up a trail camera aimed at the area around your tent, so you can see what comes visiting while you’re sleeping.
    I did that last summer, and was shocked to see a bobcat checking out the tent while I was asleep inside.

  • John Galt
    John Galt Year ago +1

    Cliff Bars are only a dollar or so. They are very energy dense, 100 calories per ounce and the white chocolate/macadamia nut bars taste fantastic.

  • From a Shadow
    From a Shadow Year ago

    Looks like they favored health conscious over flavor.

  • Harry Leichtweis
    Harry Leichtweis Year ago +1

    Cannot beat make your own. Peanuts, jerky, m&m, crazens, raisins, chex and season to preferance

  • Fingull UK
    Fingull UK Year ago +2

    I might give them a go. As a vegetarian, there are very few snacks available. Loved your review. Regards, Fingull UK.

    • Bastien Hery
      Bastien Hery Year ago +1

      there is a ton of vegetarian and vegan options for trail food, you just gotta look up for it a bit. I don't do vegan snacks, but I do vegan meals for outdoors. Check out Tentmeals, they're pretty tasty (they're UK based, dunno how far they deliver/sell, but they do France at least :) )

  • tan hock jun
    tan hock jun Year ago

    I think this is the type of snack for the person who like snacks but healthier choice and OK with lighter taste then normal snacks,those person can buy these as snacks

  • EarlyMist
    EarlyMist Year ago +1

    Those little puffs are just like grabbing a handlefull of cereal puffys and shoving them in a pack with a few coated nuts and charging 10 times the price!

  • Roger Mueller
    Roger Mueller Year ago

    Elmer's gluten?

  • Jacqueline
    Jacqueline Year ago

    I absolutely love your channel I am a huge fan. Do you guys ever do an ultimate car camping trip where you have the ultimate camp set up? Or do you strictly do backpacking?

  • Danny Baker
    Danny Baker Year ago +2

    Your agenda is to give honest reviews and you do a fine job of it as far as I can tell.Think I'd pass on these as well.

  • Zack Darce
    Zack Darce Year ago +1

    Interesting... Will stick with clif bars for now

  • Drifus
    Drifus Year ago

    Seems to me that if you did like these it would be an at the office snack, not something to take hiking.
    The Gluten Luke pack - Almonds, chocolate sunflower seeds, and espresso beans.

  • Ut På Tur - Out Hiking

    It may work in the "alternate snacks" division, but I guess I'm not alternate enough. Gorp and various dried fruit, chocolate and nuts here for the most part, I may even stretch myself to potato chips.

  • Nonja Ninja
    Nonja Ninja Year ago

    Low sugar? Into the trash it goes. Maybe I could use it to lure actual game.

  • Rudy O
    Rudy O Year ago +3

    Never apologize for being in love luke.
    You can't hide it any way"" : )

  • Yeshua's Disciple

    Hey Luke!, I hate to go off topic here, however, have you tried the Eberlestock Warhammer pack? I'm 5 foot 3 and I think I remember you saying that you were 5 foot 4 in a previous video. Even though larger guys have reviewed this pack very favorably, the Eberlestock Warhammer is a short person's dream pack. The shoulder strap ladder adjustment system that eberlestock uses goes down quite a bit further than the other packs that they produce. The shoulder strap ladder adjustment system has got to be 5 inches or so off the lumbar pad. I have had a lot of trouble trying to get packs to fit me. No such troubles with the Warhammer. I love that thing man! I think you might like it too.

  • Yeshua's Disciple

    These snacks seem like they are for health nuts. I am not a health nut, although I am slightly health-conscious. That being said I actually wouldn't mind trying these snacks.

  • Ronald Fox
    Ronald Fox Year ago

    Luke, you looked fantastic in this video. I love the way your dimples show when you smile.

  • JT Survival Systems

    Thanks for the honest review guys. Wow, 2.80 a bag? I don't think I would spend 75 cents a bag. Thanks for sharing!

  • Pack Mule
    Pack Mule Year ago +1

    Wow that is a rip off even if they were good!

  • oscarpont
    oscarpont Year ago

    Let's see Susie on Snow storm camp. 😁

  • buford guber
    buford guber Year ago +3

    30 bucks for a bland Trail snack for 10 ................... PASS !!!

  • Ib Erik Söderblom

    Honestly, the most expensive way to buy nuts and dried fruit and asorted dried meat...
    The review is ok, but I dont personally see the need for those products.

  • EagleRider ADV
    EagleRider ADV Year ago +1

    After seeing whats in it .nope . I love your channel I ride dual sport motorcycles and everything I put on my bike must be very durable and light .Sleeping bags ,tents , etc. Packing food no different .I love beef jerky chocolate covered coffee beans and good trail mix great energy. That's aside from my meals which would be steak, potatoes , burgers , dogs.and soup and if by a river i fish.some people take your views seriously. I go where there is no one my gear must be light and durable. ""RIDE ON""

  • Ray Lamascus
    Ray Lamascus Year ago +2

    To expensive

  • Ray Lamascus
    Ray Lamascus Year ago +2

    To expensive

  • Ray Lamascus
    Ray Lamascus Year ago

    I like espresso beans with chocolate

  • Fawad Ahmad
    Fawad Ahmad Year ago +1

    Luke, man you really love this jacket!

    NOYB NOYGDB Year ago +7

    Susie comes across as having a very "bright" personality. She makes you smile anytime she's on.

    HOSTILE MGTOW Year ago +5

    Nope, not trying them 😐👎. A person would be better off just mixing their own trialmix by combining their own ingredients.
    Oats, raisins, nuts, pretzels, fruit, cereal, etc, etc. At least you'd get "QUALITY!!!!!!!!!".
    Then they actually have the nerve to charge you an arm and a leg for it 😑😑.
    I get so sick and tired of these companies and their bullshit !!!😠.
    Once again though, great review and thanks for the abundant honesty 💪💪💪💪.


    • Gulf Relay
      Gulf Relay 11 months ago

      SULLEN MGTOW Chex mix, but of course, this is for hiking/camping and Chex mix isn't. hipster bait.

  • Adam Longhunters270

    You both are funny. But great video brother.

  • If it's not broken fix it

    thanks for the review. I seen them glad i did not pick them up.
    and no when i was a kid we did not have coocoo puffs. Mom was a great cook always had egg's,bacon,or something along those line's.

  • kris day
    kris day Year ago +1

    Fair review

  • Bastien Hery
    Bastien Hery Year ago +1

    This feels like snacks for people that shouldn’t be snacking...
    Looks ok but when it comes to trail snacks, I need muh sugar and fat and weight. Clif bars are my goto, plus my real meals for camping are vegans (Tentmeals, very good, Mountain house doesn’t do Europe...sadly)

    • Bastien Hery
      Bastien Hery Year ago

      @DL It is. I didn't only mean "overweight" by "people that shouldn't be snacking".
      Lots of reasons for it :)

    • DL
      DL Year ago

      good alternate for diabetics though

  • Richard Matthews
    Richard Matthews Year ago +5

    In a conversation with another hiker I said that I was going to CARRY X amount of water between point A and Point B. He told me that I needed to DRINK X amount of water, carrying does no good. I have worn out protein bars that taste like sawdust because I never wanted to eat them. Whatever trail food you take it MUST be something you look forward to eating. Thank you for saving us a lot money. Camper Cafe episodes are my favorite.

  • Eric Rosbottom
    Eric Rosbottom Year ago +1

    Great no B.S. Review Cool Hand

  • Kimberly G.
    Kimberly G. Year ago +14

    Yay, more Susan. (thumbs up emoji)

  • Mark Twibell
    Mark Twibell Year ago +5

    Great video! Very informative.

  • Charlotte Ash
    Charlotte Ash Year ago +1

    Iooks like lots of filler put more almonds , the good stuff , don't cheap out

  • Joseph Troyer
    Joseph Troyer Year ago +8

    Fat free,gluten free,gmo free,taste free,quantity free? Everythings Free nowadays!

    • Joseph Troyer
      Joseph Troyer Year ago

      EarlyMist so right. Puffed-up chip bags! Great useful technolgies but just another excuse to make the products appear substantial.

    • EarlyMist
      EarlyMist Year ago +1

      Just simply better off making your own mix. Then you are 'free' of the marketing and cash grabs for a little product wrapped up in big packaging sold at a large premium.

    • TheOutdoorGearReview
      TheOutdoorGearReview  Year ago +5

      Free but yet so expensive! - Luke

  • Bob Joncas
    Bob Joncas Year ago +11

    ..what ever happened to bacon, beans and beef jerky (or fish, if they were biting) review.

  • eddie roy
    eddie roy Year ago

    im the first lol good stuff