Nearly 40 years ago, Eddie Bauer partnered with Ford Motor Company for its special-edition car models, which lasted until 2010. A few years later in 1991, it debuted Eddie Bauer Home, continuing the brand’s aggressive expansion throughout the decade with new offerings in furniture and linen. Now, the two concepts merge together as the legendary Seattle-based company partners with fellow Washington native, Cabana.
Cabana began only a few years ago with the idea to offer surprisingly spacious and low-maintenance travel rentals for those who want the amenities of a camper with the versatility of a van. Now outfitted in Eddie Bauer bedding, which includes the Oversized Down Throw over a queen-size mattress, the Eddie Bauer Cabana Adventure Rental seeks to be the most accommodating and fun van experience yet.
Enhancing the travel company’s slide-out kitchen setup with a couple of added luxuries, the new Cabana also comes with Eddie Bauer’s Stanley French Press and Camp Cups, as well as a lantern and camp table for the outdoors. Like the rest of Cabana’s vans, the Eddie Bauer Cabana is equipped with a toilet, shower, indoor sink, ceiling fan, heater, 24-inch TV, and WiFi capability. Needless to say, you’ll be stunned by how much fits inside of one of these livable vehicles. And if that’s not enough, Cabana also throws in portable corn hole and ring toss games to make your adventure even more enjoyable.
With both brands specializing in both comfort and utility, Eddie Bauer and Cabana have come together to craft a truly wonderful camper van for those who may have had any reservations about the unsophisticated pretenses of van dwelling. The Eddie Bauer Cabanas are currently available to rent starting from $259 per day in the Seattle area only, but may soon become available from the travel company’s Los Angeles outlet as well.