VIK Ultralight Backpacking Tent

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The Naturehike VIK Ultralight Backpacking Tent offers high-quality, lightweight protection at a fraction of the cost. Designed for 1-2 people, this tent weighs just 3.6 lb | 1.6 kg, making it ideal for hiking, cycling, or backpacking trips. The innovative "double Y" freestanding structure ensures quick setup while keeping the inner tent dry during rainy weather. With two ceiling vents and skylights, it provides excellent ventilation to minimize condensation, and the vestibule space offers ample room for gear storage. Crafted from 15D nylon lattice fabric with a silicone-coated waterproof layer (PU2000+), this tent is durable, stable, and built to withstand wind and rain.

Key Features:

  • Ultralight Design: Weighing only 3.57 lbs with a compact pack size of 18 × 6 × 6 in | 46 × 16 × 16 cm.
  • Roomy & Spacious: 83 × 45 × 35 in | 210 × 113 × 90 cm provides enough space for 1-2 people.
  • Easy Setup: The "double Y" freestanding structure makes setup a breeze in under 5 minutes.
  • Waterproof & Windproof: 15D nylon lattice fabric (PU2000+) ensures protection against wind and rain.
  • Great Ventilation: Skylights and ceiling vents promote airflow to reduce condensation.
  • Vestibule Space: Use trekking poles (sold separately) to create a shaded canopy for gear.

With its lightweight build and versatile features, the VIK Ultralight Backpacking Tent is the perfect companion for any camping adventure!


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1 × Tent
1 × Tent Pol
11 × Tent stakes
3 × Wind Ropes
1 × Footprint
1 × Storage Bag

Your order will be processed within 2 business days once payment is received.

The transit time for your order will range from 2 to 7 business days after processing.

Upon processing your order, you will receive a notification containing the tracking number.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at support@naturehike.com.

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At NATUREHIKE, we understand the importance of reliable gear in the backcountry. That’s why our products are engineered to meet the highest quality standards and rigorously tested before reaching you.

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  • Returns must be made within 30 days of receipt.
  • Items must be new, unused, and in original condition.
  • Includes all original tags, packaging, and components.
  • Proof of purchase is required.

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Compact & Efficient Shelter for Any Adventure

The VIK Ultralight Backpacking Tent is the ultimate choice for adventurers seeking a lightweight, space-saving shelter. Its "double Y" self-supporting structure ensures a quick setup while keeping the inner tent dry in rainy weather. This spacious tent offers a vestibule canopy for extra shade, gear storage, and a well-ventilated interior for reduced condensation. Crafted from 15D nylon lattice fabric with waterproof PU2000+ coating, it delivers reliable protection against wind and rain, making it ideal for backpackers and hikers ready to conquer any terrain!

Ultralight & Versatile Outdoor Shelter

Meet the VIK Ultralight Backpacking Tent, a compact and resilient camping shelter ideal for rugged landscapes. With a "double Y" freestanding structure and vestibule canopy, it offers a fast setup and a shaded gear storage space for additional comfort. The 15D nylon lattice fabric with silicone coating (PU2000+) ensures reliable protection from wind and rain while promoting airflow for optimal ventilation. Trek confidently through the wilderness with this ultralight tent that packs small and sets up swiftly, making it a must-have for any adventure seeker.

Naturehike Budget One-Man Tent Showdown: CLOUD UP 1 vs VIK 1

Looking for the best budget-friendly one-man tent? Join us as we compare the Naturehike CLOUD UP 1 and VIK 1 tents in this in-depth review. We cover all the essentials, from setup ease to durability, and highlight which tent stands out for different types of adventures. Whether you’re a solo camper seeking lightweight gear or planning your next backpacking trip, this video provides the insights you need to make an informed choice. Click to watch and discover your perfect tent match!

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Material
  • Tent: 15D Silicon Coated Ripstop Nylon
  • Ground Sheet: 20D Silicon Coated Ripstop Nylon
  • Poles: 7001 Aluminum Alloy

Waterproof index

2000 mm

Weight

3.6 lb | 1.6 kg

Tent size

83 × 45 × 35 in | 210 × 113 × 90 cm

Storage size

18 × 6 × 6 in | 46 × 16 × 16 cm

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For a NATUREHIKE tent, "waterproof" means all external fabric has been coated with our exceptional polyurethane coatings, ensuring watertight seams straight out of the bag. The "mm" rating stands for millimeters, representing a standardized measure of waterproofing. For example, a 3000mm rating indicates the fabric can withstand a 3000mm (9.85') column of water for over a minute before any seepage occurs. This level of waterproofing can prevent rain from entering the tent even during hurricane-force storms.

We no longer sell parts separately. If any product parts purchased through the NATUREHIKE website are damaged, please email us with your order details and a picture or video proof of the damaged parts. We will assess the situation and, based on our warehouse inventory, aim to offer a satisfactory solution.

"D" stands for Denier, a unit of measurement for the fineness of fibers, filaments, and yarns. Lower numbers indicate lighter and finer fibers, while higher numbers signify heavier and coarser fibers.

"T" stands for Thread Count, which is the number of warp and fill threads in a square inch of fabric. Lower thread counts represent loosely woven fabrics, and higher thread counts indicate tightly woven fabrics. Together, these numbers help indicate the strength and feel of the fabric.

Condensation in a tent is caused by moisture build-up due to temperature differences between the inside and outside. The main sources of condensation are:

  • Weather Conditions: High humidity, low temperatures, and rain.
  • People: Breathing and skin evaporation produce 1-2 pints of moisture per night.
  • Wet Environment: Wet ground or gear stored inside the tent.

To reduce condensation, ensure proper ventilation. Cooler, drier air should flow in while warm, moist air escapes. Utilize mesh fabrics, peak vents, and open doors to increase airflow. Leave at least two vents open and guy out the rainfly for better ventilation.

Cleaning your tent is only necessary if it has an offensive odor or is heavily soiled. Follow these steps for effective cleaning:

For Light Cleaning: Use a garden hose to remove loose dirt.

For Heavier Cleaning:

  • Set up your tent.
  • Hand wash with warm water, a sponge, and mild, non-detergent soap.
  • Avoid dishwashing liquid, detergent, bleach, pre-soaking solutions, or spot removers.

Rinsing and Drying:

  • Rinse thoroughly.
  • Dry by pitching or line-drying.

Important: Do not dry clean, machine-wash, or machine-dry your tent as these methods can strip the waterproof coatings.

Preventing mildew is crucial for maintaining your tent. Follow these steps:

  1. Dry Your Tent Immediately: Never store a wet tent. Mildew can start forming in just 24 hours, especially in warm conditions.
  2. Thorough Drying: Ensure your tent is completely dry before storage. Even if it seems dry, hang it outside or loosely pile it indoors for a few days. Turn it inside out to ensure all parts are dry.
  3. Avoid Machine Drying: Never use a machine dryer as the heat can damage the fabric.

Mildew can cause permanent staining and damage waterproof coatings, and such damage is not covered by warranty.

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Material
  • Tent: 15D Silicon Coated Ripstop Nylon
  • Ground Sheet: 20D Silicon Coated Ripstop Nylon
  • Poles: 7001 Aluminum Alloy

Waterproof index

2000 mm

Weight

3.6 lb | 1.6 kg

Tent size

83 × 45 × 35 in | 210 × 113 × 90 cm

Storage size

18 × 6 × 6 in | 46 × 16 × 16 cm

Selected Image

For a NATUREHIKE tent, "waterproof" means all external fabric has been coated with our exceptional polyurethane coatings, ensuring watertight seams straight out of the bag. The "mm" rating stands for millimeters, representing a standardized measure of waterproofing. For example, a 3000mm rating indicates the fabric can withstand a 3000mm (9.85') column of water for over a minute before any seepage occurs. This level of waterproofing can prevent rain from entering the tent even during hurricane-force storms.

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We no longer sell parts separately. If any product parts purchased through the NATUREHIKE website are damaged, please email us with your order details and a picture or video proof of the damaged parts. We will assess the situation and, based on our warehouse inventory, aim to offer a satisfactory solution.

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"D" stands for Denier, a unit of measurement for the fineness of fibers, filaments, and yarns. Lower numbers indicate lighter and finer fibers, while higher numbers signify heavier and coarser fibers.

"T" stands for Thread Count, which is the number of warp and fill threads in a square inch of fabric. Lower thread counts represent loosely woven fabrics, and higher thread counts indicate tightly woven fabrics. Together, these numbers help indicate the strength and feel of the fabric.

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Condensation in a tent is caused by moisture build-up due to temperature differences between the inside and outside. The main sources of condensation are:

  • Weather Conditions: High humidity, low temperatures, and rain.
  • People: Breathing and skin evaporation produce 1-2 pints of moisture per night.
  • Wet Environment: Wet ground or gear stored inside the tent.

To reduce condensation, ensure proper ventilation. Cooler, drier air should flow in while warm, moist air escapes. Utilize mesh fabrics, peak vents, and open doors to increase airflow. Leave at least two vents open and guy out the rainfly for better ventilation.

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Cleaning your tent is only necessary if it has an offensive odor or is heavily soiled. Follow these steps for effective cleaning:

For Light Cleaning: Use a garden hose to remove loose dirt.

For Heavier Cleaning:

  • Set up your tent.
  • Hand wash with warm water, a sponge, and mild, non-detergent soap.
  • Avoid dishwashing liquid, detergent, bleach, pre-soaking solutions, or spot removers.

Rinsing and Drying:

  • Rinse thoroughly.
  • Dry by pitching or line-drying.

Important: Do not dry clean, machine-wash, or machine-dry your tent as these methods can strip the waterproof coatings.

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Preventing mildew is crucial for maintaining your tent. Follow these steps:

  1. Dry Your Tent Immediately: Never store a wet tent. Mildew can start forming in just 24 hours, especially in warm conditions.
  2. Thorough Drying: Ensure your tent is completely dry before storage. Even if it seems dry, hang it outside or loosely pile it indoors for a few days. Turn it inside out to ensure all parts are dry.
  3. Avoid Machine Drying: Never use a machine dryer as the heat can damage the fabric.

Mildew can cause permanent staining and damage waterproof coatings, and such damage is not covered by warranty.

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