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Airstream gives official sneak peek of The Nest

Airstream gives official sneak peek of The Nest

The Nest is finally becoming an Airstream reality, and Airstream is excited to give consumers a sneak peek.

Airstream writes on its blog:  “At Airstream, we’re always looking for ideas that make travel and adventure more exciting, more freeing, more comfortable, and more beautiful. And for years, we’ve had our eye on small, fiberglass travel trailers.

“In fact, our founder Wally Byam built an experimental fiberglass trailer over 60 years ago. Since then, it’s become more and more apparent that travelers want a new option that’s not just compact but also contemporary and design-focused.

“That led us to the Nest―a design that just felt right―with its clean lines, smart function, and modern form. Nest was early in its development when we found it, but we knew the concept would be loved by a much larger audience.

“With that, the Nest became an official part of the extended Airstream family. We’ve taken an already stellar concept and added the design details and comforts that make Airstream travel trailers stand apart. And we’re working tirelessly to bring it to you in early 2018.”

Visit the Airstream blog to see Airstream’s official sneak peek of the Nest in development.

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

2 comments

  1. ““At Airstream, we’re always looking for ideas that make travel and adventure more exciting, more freeing, more comfortable, and more beautiful. And for years, we’ve had our eye on small, fiberglass travel trailers.” . OK.. it is the comfortable part that gets me. I’d not be comfortable in 16′ very long even if alone. Not a fan of a wet bath either. After having a single axel TT once I never see them as being a safe tow either. The price of this one approaches a well appointed 28′ – 32′ TT. On the plus side it can be pulled by a very small vehicle. It will make environmentalists happy seeing one parked beside my 43′ 5er for sure.

  2. Jeannine Patané

    Thanks Ronnie— for bringing this long awaited update to the fiberglass travel trailer community.

    The longer the consumer end goes without updates, the bigger the rumor mill churns on the forums and in-person gatherings.

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