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 has been covering daily news and writing about cycling, camping, hiking, and gear of all kinds for 15+ years. Prior to that, Adam lived in Hawaii and Puerto Rico, at which time he realized he’d never have a “normal job.” His pastimes — farming, bike racing, and fitness — provided a gateway to all manner of physical challenges and recreation outdoors.

Based in Kansas City, MO, Adam tests as much gear as he can get his hands, feet (and dog) into each and every day. As editor in chief, he works to maintain GearJunkie’s voice, style, and commitment to accurate and expert reporting across every category.