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Product Image Orion II Extreme moss
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Product Image Orion II Extreme moss
Product Image Orion II Extreme moss
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Orion II Extreme

Robust and comfortable shelter for demanding adventures

  • freestanding design
  • high wind stability and weather protection
  • durable materials
Orion II extreme moss
Prod. no. 7640445457019
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Product description

The Orion Extreme is the tent for demanding adventures, where robust materials and durability are necessary. The special, free-standing ridge tunnel tent design has already proven itself for over 20 years on countless expeditions and treks around the globe.

The full length ridge pole reaches the ground for enhanced wind stability and also creates a high canopy with comfortable living space. While the rainfly is freestanding, the canopy can be used as a bug tent on its own.

Two large vestibules hold loads of gear and two wide doors make entry and exit quick and simple. Small personal items can be stored in the included Gear Loft. The doors of the rainfly are variable and can be conveniently operated from within the canopy. Black mosquito mesh keeps bugs out and allow good views.

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Person Capacity

2 People

Canopy area

32.3 ft2

Min. Weight

6.8 lb

Delivery contents

Pre-mounted canopy and rainfly
V-Pegs (18 pieces)
Additional guylines
Accessory bag with tent pole(s)
Repair splint
Repair patches
Spare pole segment
Tent packsack



Vestibule area

23.7 ft2

Max. Weight

7.6 lb

Space for

2 M, 2 LW Exped-Sleepingmats


86.6 x 51.2 in

Inner height

51.2 in

Packed Dimensions

18.9 x 5.5 in



40 D ripstop nylon
silicone coated on both sides
Oeko-Tex® 100 certified
PFC free
flame-retardant free


DAC Featherlite NSL 9.6 mm TH72M
DAC Featherlite NSL 10.25 mm TH72M
green anodizing


30 D ripstop nylon
20 D No-See-Um mosquito mesh
Oeko-Tex® 100 certified
flame-retardant free


70 D taffeta nylon
PU coated
10,000 mm water column
seam taped
Oeko-Tex® 100 certified
flame-retardant free


Oeko-tex certified material

Oeko-Tex® is a testing and Certification system for raw materials and finished products. EXPED does not feature fully tested products. The listed products aren't certified under this standard. Only accordingly specified materials are certified.

Made in China: Jasper Outdoor Products

Founded in 1996, Jasper Outdoor Products is one of the world's leading manufacturers of outdoor products.


Warranty years

5 Years


How can I reduce condensation in the tent?

Although it cannot always be prevented, there are several ways to reduce or eliminate the formation of condensation.

1. reduce or remove as much wet equipment as possible from inside the tent.

2. ventilate the tent when conditions permit.

3. use the appropriate tent floor (footprint) to create a barrier against the cold, wet ground.

4. use a small sponge to wipe off condensation.

Unfortunately, condensation cannot be completely eliminated from a tent design. Cool air must flow into the tent and warm air must be able to escape. If this is not possible, condensation will form. Whenever possible, ventilate the tent, either by opening a vent in the top of the flysheet or leaving the flysheet open all night. The goal is to create a cross flow that ventilates the tent and removes the warm air.

Why does a tent rainfly have a relatively low water column compared to a rain jacket?

This is because a rainfly does not require the same water column a jacket may need to cope with the pressure created by backpack shoulder straps as an example. The waterproofness of a rainfly can be compared to an umbrella that is waterproof purely through the tension of the fabric.

Why is the water column of the tent floor higher?

The floor requires a higher water column to cope with the pressure created by standing or kneeling on the fabric floor.