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This Pop-Up Shop Made From An Old Airstream Will Blow You Away

If you’re a fan of Airstream, there’s no doubt that you’ll be completely blown away by this mobile apparel shop. There aren’t many better places to set up business, and the innovative company Aether Apparel has reconstructed this old trailer that allows them the flexibility to tour around the whole country and set up shop pretty much anywhere!

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The epic mobile store can be found in a 34′ Airstream PanAmerica and features a rear hatch that makes for a perfect store entrance, as well as an Armbruster WWII canvas army tent that’s attached. Though it was originally made in Ohio, the trailer was purchased by Aether founders and later taken back to L.A. to be re-constructed by well-known Paris designer Thierry Gaugain into the awesome retail space it is today!

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As if you needed another excuse to check out this shop on wheels besides their unique storefront, they also sell some of the coziest clothing that’s perfect for staying warm (and fashionable) during the winter. From their comfy insulated jackets to your essential base layers, the store offers a pretty impressive selection to browse through in addition to an eclectic mix of other items. Aether also offers a number of premium apparel collections like the “Motorcycle” and “Mountain” which consist of a handful products that are ideal for specific outdoor activities!

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Pretty awesome, right? For more info or to peruse their clothing selection, visit their AETHERstream blog and take a gander at their online apparel shop.

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