Style & Outdoor Adventure Combine in the Eddie Bauer Airstream

February 17, 2011
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Test Eddie Bauer Airstream 2011 rear cargoAirstream Inc.’s company philosophy is, “Let’s not make changes – let’s only make improvements.” A recent improvement that offers many benefits to the RV-camping world has come in the form of another iconic outdoor brand, Eddie Bauer, which has partnered with Airstream to produce the 25-foot 2011 Eddie Bauer Airstream travel trailer, designed with outdoor adventure enthusiasts in mind.

 

At the rear of the trailer, there’s a sport hatch with a roll-down screen for easy loading and unloading of oversized equipment such as bikes and kayaks, which can then be secured in the fold-away dinette/lounge area instead of sitting precariously on an exterior rack. A handheld exterior shower makes cleanup a snap and extra clotheslines and racks provide plenty of room for hanging wet clothing to dry. Hooks provide a place to tie Fido’s leash so that he doesn’t run off or an option for securing equipment. Premium oversized Michelin tires top off the rugged exterior appointments, providing extra ground clearance and wheel-well cladding to protect against off-road debris.

 

Test Eddie Bauer Airstream 2011 interiorStep inside and the Eddie Bauer style cues are apparent — fossilized leaf-pattern roof locker doors, maple and soapstone laminates, durable and stain-resistant Sunbrella upholstery and quilted fabrics available in shades of green, taupe and burnt orange. For extra camping-preparedness, a duffle bag and two day packs are included with the trailer. msrp is $73,702.

 

For more information, call 877-596-6111 or
visit www.airstream.com.

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