Pendleton has been a longterm supporter of National Park preservation efforts. In fact, the brand debuted the first National Park blanket (the “Glacier Stripe”) back in 1916, the same year the National Park Service was established. Since then Pendleton has gone on to feature 10 other parks, all in an effort to draw attention to the importance of natural landmarks.

To kick off 2016 the label is teaming up with travel trailer manufacturer Airstream. The partnership, unveiled today, yielded the very first Pendleton and Airstream National Parks-dedicated trailer.

Only 100 are being made, and we’ve got to say, they’re pretty much an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. At 28-feet-long, the trailer can sleep six and features a queen-sized bed complete with Pendleton bedding.

The spacious interior has a lodge-like design scheme set off by Pendleton’s most popular park décor. For the adventurers in the crew, Airstream has provided a rear sport hatch with stunning panoramic views and an easy unloading port for large equipment.

If you’re seriously considering making a purchase you should know that through December 2018, Airstream will donate $1,000 to the National Park Foundation for every unit sold.

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