Who We Are: Quechua tents

Who We Are: Quechua tents

Leave for adventure with all the comfort of home


“I dream of a tent that you can toss into the air and lands fully assembled!”

Quick & Easy Assembly

Assembly and disassembly of 2 Second Tents

Rapid installation. Self-supporting tent: place it wherever you want once assembled. If there’s no wind, you can even skip using spikes; it's ready to use!

Learn how to fold your 2 Second Tent

Fresh&Black technology

White polyester
reflects sun rays
reflects sun rays
Carbon Black
isolates from light
isolates from light



Depending on the tent, there are one or several types of ventilation; the space between the double-roof and on the floor all around the tent to allow air to flow between the chamber and the double-roof, so as to renew the air and limit as much as possible the natural condensation phenomenon.


Efficient protection against bad mountain weather: rain, dew, humidity and wind.


All Quechua tents are tested and validated in the field and in a laboratory. They need to resist a tropical rainfall similar to 200L/h during 4 hours. The double-roof has a waterproof coating and waterproofed seams, thanks to heat-sealed bands.
The presence of a chamber in breathable polyester helps to avoid contact with drops of water from condensation that can form on the inner side of the double-roof. Lastly, the coating of the floor mat is reinforced to avoid water penetration coming from the ground.

Alexandre, Engineer



We test all of our tents in a wind tunnel on a rotating plate to expose each side of the tent to the wind. The tent -correctly assembled and with all the awnings open- must remain habitable in winds measured between 40 and 60 kph (Force 5 to 6), depending on the tent.

Benjamin, Designer

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