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Viso 2 is a 2-person, backpacking tunnel tent. When you want ample living space and headroom at your base camp, Viso 2 delivers.

Pitching is easy and the tunnel design helps to spread load across the poles while guy lines add extra stability in strong wind. If you're packing fast and light it can also be pitched outer only as a bivvy shelter.

A spacious porch with a groundsheet gives plenty of space for storing kit and somewhere to sit in comfort if the weather turns. The inner has a mosquito net door to keep bugs out.

Viso 2 gives you room to relax at camp.


Product overview

  • 3 pole tunnel tent for maximising interior living space
  • Guy ropes sewn into pole sleeves stabilise against the wind
  • Mesh panelled inner for ventilation and comfort
  • Spacious porch with groundsheet for storing kit
  • Factory-taped seams using waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape
  • Bathtub construction keeps moisture out
  • Shock-corded poles
  • Can be pitched outer only
  • 3 year Alpine Bond

Technical details


Total: 3,222g
Flysheet: 1,422g
Inner: 720g
Porch groundsheet: 210g
Poles: 570g
Pegs: 300g


Packed size: 48cm x 22cm x 22cm (L x W x H)
Pitched size: 410cm x 155cm x 118cm (L x W x H)


Outer: 68D 190T Polyester honeycomb ripstop PU
Inner: 190T breathable polyester
Mesh: 20D
Floor: 70D 190T polyester PU
Poles: 7001-T6 alloy
Pegs: Candy Canes (x19)
Buckles: Duraflex
Zips: YKK

Waterproof rating

Flysheet: 3,000mm hydrostatic head
Groundsheet: 3,000mm hydrostatic head

Sustainability and Product Care

Caring for your tent

Clean and dry your tent thoroughly after each use. Never use a washing machine, tumble dryer or jet wash to clean your tent. Spot clean with warm water, mild (non-detergent) soap and a soft sponge. Never use bleach, fabric softeners or other household cleaning products and air dry only.

Tent repair

To make your tent last longer, avoid prolonged UV exposure and repair damage immediately. If you are unlucky enough to rip your tent on a trip, use duct tape or StormSure Tough Tape until you have a chance to repair it properly. For more tent repair tips read our tent care and repair blog.