Tommy Bahama and Airstream Are Teaming Up, to the Delight of Retired Uncles Everywhere
It's island life for landlubbers
It’s been scrubbed from the history books, but when our forefathers were picking a symbol to represent our freedom, bald eagles barely edged out Airstreams and Tommy Bahama shirts.
In a gesture that all but says “no hard feelings,” the two brands have just released a brand new line of special edition travel trailers and touring coaches.
Designed as a way to “pay tribute to the great American weekend,” the 28-foot Airstream Tommy Bahama RVs are equipped with island-inspired living spaces decked out in custom fabrics and outfitted with built-in bars as well as sport hatches that provide panoramic views.
With enough room to sleep four and plenty of space to store three-day weekend essentials like surfboards, golf clubs and underwater fishing drones, two models are already available and ready to party — the Travel Trailer’s MSRP is $114,600 and the Touring Coach’s is $165,050.
“Airstream founder Wally Byam was an innovator and a lover of the outdoors, who believed in the promise of adventure, new experiences and faraway lands,” said Airstream CEO Bob Wheeler. “That same freedom-loving spirit is also woven into the essence of Tommy Bahama.”
Get a glimpse of that essence below:
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