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Woolrich Four Wheel Camper

Woolrich (known as the original outdoor clothing company) is a brand synonymous with the outdoor lifestyle, as is their classic red Buffalo Check fabric pattern. They have now turned their attention to the pop-up truck camper marketplace and teamed up with Four Wheel Campers (industry leader in pop-up campers for almost 50 years) to produce 100 Woolrich Limited Edition pop-up truck campers. The Woolrich Edition Camper is available in two styles - the Slide-In Camper (for the adventurer who prefers the flexibility of a removable camper) and Flatbed Camper Model (for the hard-core outdoor enthusiast looking for the complete pop-up camping experience). They are made to order, and with a limited total production of just 100.

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