Woolrich Special Edition Flat Bed camper woods

Buffalo Plaid And Pickups: Woolrich Decks-Out Campers

Just 100 of these Woolrich trimmed pop-ups will hit the backroads and campsites.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers

Woolrich, the 180-year-old outdoor wool apparel brand, is diving into the mobile camper game. In a partnership with Four Wheel Pop-Up Campers, Woolrich announces a limited-edition run of specially decorated truck campers.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers

The campers sport Woolrich’s “Civil War Reenactment Series” fabric on the furniture, and buffalo-patch pillows, bolsters, and blankets.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers

Both slide-in and flatbed models receive the Woolrich treatment. But every camper is made-to-order, so there’s no guarantee a specific model will be available.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers

Woolrich Limited-Edition Campers

The Woolrich pop-tops have cozy wool blankets, pillows, and furnishings. But Woolrich made the cushions with an acrylic fabric backing, so warm-climate customers can flip them over for a cooler surface.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers

Built into Four Wheel Pop-Ups’ Fleet, Hawk, and Grandby models, the campers fit both full- and mid-size trucks with 6-ft., 6½-ft., and 8-ft. beds respectively.

Both the slide-in and flatbed models sleep 3-4 with a king-size cabover bed and pullout couch.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers
Floorplans for the flatbed (top) and slide-in (bottom) Woolrich Four Wheel Pop Up campers

The aluminum pop-ups come equipped with refrigerator/freezer, inside/outside hot-water/shower, 20-gallon water tank, roof-mounted solar panels, and more. Many of the included amenities in the Woolrich line are upgrades from Four Wheel’s base models, so there’s a premium price.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers

Depending on bed size, the smaller, removable slide-in base models run between $36,600-$37,200. The beefier flatbed builds cost from $43,000-$44,000. They run at a premium price compared with standard pop-ups without the Woolrich upgrade.

But, if a little luxury and novelty are missing from your camping getaways, one of these Wooly beasts could be the upgrade your truck is longing for.

Buffalo, Plaid, And Pickups: Woolrich's Decked-Out Campers

And if you’re after a lighter, minimalist camper option, check out the Leentu:

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Adam Ruggiero is an all-sport activity junkie - from biking, running, and (not enough) surfing, to ball sports, camping, and cattle farming. If it's outside, it's worth doing. Adam graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BA in journalism. Likes: unique beer, dogs, stories. Like nots: neckties, escalators, manicured lawns.

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