I remember the days of camping out with my Dad. Back then gorp and thermarests were the best thing ever. Oh, and tough skin. Even way back then, Airstream was a huge part of American culture. We can all spot an Airstream miles away. Streamline, sleek, silver and a symbol of freedom. Camping has caught on like wild fire and it has also changed a whole lot. You can still opt for the 10 mile hike into a pristine alpine lake or you can choose from a variety of options for car camping.
Eddie Bauer, a symbol of excellence and quality, has partnered with Airstream to bring you the latest in towable comfort.
This latest fleet of Airstream Travel Trailers continues the tradition of extraordinary design and hand-crafted quality that has made Airstream world famous. Following our founder Wally Byam’s credo, “Let’s not make changes, let’s make only improvements,”
“this fleet offers the latest technology advancements and conveniences in a way that is distinctly Airstream. With travel trailers perfect for everyone from first-timers to seasoned Airstreamers, you’re sure to find one ideal for the adventure that awaits you around the next bend!” – says Bob Wheeler, President of Airstream.
The Eddie Bauer Airstream is a 25-foot trailer with the classic Airstream styling and costs $74,000. It has a queen-size bed with an Eddie Bauer Goose Down duvet, pillows, maple and soapstone laminates, quilted fabrics, and stain-resistant Sunbrella upholstery on the interior, an oversized hatch for loading and unloading gear like bikes and kayaks, and a generous side awning. The panoramic windows and the hatch let in the outdoors and fresh air. Other features include:
- A non-slip Aquatrac” bumper perch to assist with loading/unloading
- Fold-away modular dinette/lounge furnishings to increase storage capacity (71 sq. ft. total)
- Perimeter interior-tie downs to secure stored items
- Premium Michelin” tires and 16″ wheels to provide greater ground clearance
- Rugged wheel-well cladding for protection against off-road debris
- A retractable clothesline in the bath and additional racks in the bedroom for hanging wet clothing
- A handheld outdoor shower for showering, hosing down equipment, or even washing the dog
- Heavy-duty exterior hooks for locking-up equipment or tying up the dog
Photos courtesy of Airstream