Eddie Bauer Airstream

Eddie Bauer Airstream

With over 160 years of combined ?experience bringing quality products ?to generations of outdoor enthusiasts, Eddie Bauer and Airstream are two ?iconic brands steeped in the American traditions of innovation and adventure.

The legacies of both companies come to life through the stories of their founders – two legendary men, each with a bold vision and a passion for the out-of-doors. Accomplished Seattle outdoorsman Eddie Bauer opened his first sport ?shop in 1920 and quickly earned a reputation as a premier outfitter and innovator. In 1931, pioneer manufacturer ?Wally Byam designed and built the original Airstream trailer. Byam’s insightful invention led to the rise of an exciting, ?new lifestyle of adventure travel – a lifestyle that is still enjoyed ?by thousands today. Considering their shared heritage and passions, it seemed only natural when the two companies recently came together to collaborate on the first-ever ?Eddie Bauer Airstream.

By combining the best of both brands, the Eddie Bauer ?Airstream is ready to rekindle America’s spirit of adventure. We think Wally and Eddie would approve.


Exterior Length
Width Exterior
Width Interior
Height Exterior w/A/C
Height Interior w/A/C
Hitch Ball Height
Hitch Weight (w/LP and w/o options, water and cargo) (lbs.)
Unit Base Weight (w/LP and w/o options, water and cargo) (lbs.)
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
Net Carrying Capacity (NCC=GVWR-UBW) (lbs.)

Fresh Water Tank w/drain valve (gal.)
Black Water Tank (gal.)
Gray Water Tank (gal.)
Water Heater w/electronic ignition (gal.)
A/C w/heat pump and electronic control (BTU)
Furnace w/electronic ignition (BTU)
LPG (2 steel tanks) (lbs.)
Deep Cycle Battery (lead acid) Group 24
Sleeping Capacity


Product information, specifications, and photography in this website were as accurate as possible at time of publishing. Photographs may contain some features that are optional on your vehicle. Since we continually strive to improve our products, actual products may differ. Prices and specifications are subject to change without notice. All capacities are approximate and dimensions are nominal. Some features or options may be different or unavailable in Canada.

Vehicle Loading Every effort has been made to provide the greatest number of options for the recreation vehicle owner. Along with these choices comes the responsibility to manage the loads that are imposed by the choices so that they remain within the manufacturer’s specified chassis weight limits. Do not overload the recreation vehicle.

Dry Weights Based on standard features; optional equipment not included. Net carrying capacity (NCC) determined by subtracting unloaded vehicle weight (UVW) from gross vehicle weight (GVWR) and includes fluids, options, and cargo. Liquid capacities and weights are approximations only.

Warning This information is intended as a guide only. Weights of individual vehicles may vary. Consult your owner’s manual for complete loading, weighing, and towing instructions.

Get a Trackback link

No Comments Yet

You can be the first to comment!

Leave a comment