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Airstream, REI Co-op Expand Basecamp Line Collaboration

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Airstream and REI Co-op are introducing the REI Co-op Special Edition Basecamp 20X. The new 20-foot model complements the 16-foot floor plan introduced earlier.

Basecamp 20XThis special edition Basecamp model uses Airstream’s most popular travel trailer floor plan, providing owners with more space and enhanced attributes including sustainably sourced and recycled materials, robust off-grid features, and clever design details that prioritize storage and comfort, the company said. REI members received an email sneak peek, and customers can visit rei.com/airstream for more information. Both REI-Co-op Special Edition Basecamp models can be purchased through authorized Airstream dealerships, with pricing for the new 20-foot model starting at $62,400.

“Our partnership with REI is expanding at a time of unprecedented growth in the outdoor recreation space, alongside an urgent imperative to conserve and safeguard the outdoor spaces we cherish,” said Bob Wheeler, president and CEO of Airstream. “By extending our collaboration series with REI, this new 20-foot Basecamp allows us to serve more environmentally conscious outdoor enthusiasts looking to upgrade their adventure.”

The REI Co-op Special Edition Basecamp 20X shares many features with the first iteration collaboration, though a notable upgrade is the larger 20-foot chassis and convertible front dinette that create more comfortable living space for shared meals, sleeping and entertaining. The 20-foot model also has larger holding tanks that allow for longer trips. It also comes with one of the most versatile and popular features in the Basecamp line, the rear hatch door.

“We’re excited to expand our offering to people looking to invest in an iconic camper trailer for their adventures,” said Isabelle Portilla, vice president of REI Co-op brands. “Working with Airstream to add special touches, inspired by the REI Co-op brand, was a natural fit and it’s clearly resonating. We love helping people find the best place for their adventures, whether that’s off-grid or at the campground.”

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