Airstream is very careful about the materials selected to put into Airstream travel trailers. Of course, this starts with the iconic aluminum shell, largely unchanged since the 1930s. But there’s a reason Airstream chose aluminum: it’s lightweight, it’s durable, and it literally lasts forever.
Turning to the inside of the travel trailer, only the finest materials make the cut. It’s not about creating a low price point, it’s about creating the best experience for customers. Whether it’s the marine-grade flooring, the UltraLeather seating surfaces, or the ¾ inch light ply cabinetry, it’s beautiful, it’s durable, it’s structural, and it will last for decades to come.
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