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RV Skirting for 5th Wheels

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AirSkirts® Inflatable RV Skirts work for any fifth wheel camper whether it’s a Keystone, Grand Design, Jayco, Forest River, or any other fifth wheel manufacturer. Designed by a full time RVer, AirSkirts fit like a glove no matter what model you have (have a travel trailer, motorcoach, or toy hauler, AirSkirts work great for those too!).

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Popular Fifth Wheel Skirting Kits

AirSkirts work for any Fifth Wheel

Whether you have a Coachmen Chaparral, Keystone Montana, Forest River Cardinal, Grand Design Solitude, Heartland Bighorn, Keystone Cougar, Dutchmen Voltage Series or any other 5th wheel, AirSkirts will help protect your RV year-round. Just select the kit that fits your RVs length, 5th wheels sit up off the ground considerably so you’ll want one of our high clearance kits to bridge the gap between ground and your rigs i-beam or undercarriage.

Use and protect your fifth wheel camper year-round

Now, with AirSkirts, you can extend your camping season or set yourself up for full time living in any climate. RV skirts are a must for any RV in freezing temperatures. AirSkirts do such a good job at insulating and protecting your RV – heat dissipating through the floor is retained by AirSkirts, creating a warm cushion of air under your rig that keeps your water running and keeps you comfortable. Even better – AirSkirts work year round, saving energy and maintaining your comfort in warmer months by conserving air conditioner energy use.

inflatable rv skirts under stairs of Keystone Alpine rv
front tube of rv skirting system on forest river montana

Damage to your RV from frozen pipes is very costly

Damage to any RV from freezing pipes is expensive and disruptive to your life. When considering the cost of damage from frozen pipes or a flood, also consider how long you will be displaced from your RV. It’s also worth noting that most insurance companies won’t cover damage due to frozen pipes.

Reviews from fifth wheel owners using AirSkirts

AirSkirts is so versatile in its application. It quickly adjusted to the uniqueness of our camper. You pay for the AirSkirts, but I could never afford the awesome customer service I’ve received what a team!.

Courtney (2021 Highland Ridge Roamer 354mbh)

The innovation is so apparent that it makes common sense in any conversation about RV skirting..

Randy (Keystone Montana 2160RL)

My AirSkirts are working very well in Prince George, Northern Canada. Many thanks for a great product. The temperatures have been down to -45c and I have stayed very warm.

Cliff (2020 Jayco Pinnacale 32RLTS)

Recommended accessories for your fifth wheel

AirSkirts Dual Axle Tire Cover

Cover both of your dual-axle tires at once with our AirSkirts tire covers. These covers surround both of your tires and stay in place by means of an elastic backing.

AirSkirts Tire Wedges Large

For trailers with 2-3 axles, tire wedges provide added insulation and protection by inflating snugly between your tires. Though not mandatory, tire wedges add additional insulation between your dual-axle tires and complement our tire covers.

Airlight RV Skylight Insulator

Available in various sizes, our AirLight skylight insulator allows you to prevent energy from whisking away while still allowing the sun to shine through. Your skylight shade will still close perfectly.

RV Skirt Stair Pillow

If your stairs extend from underneath your trailer add a stair pillow – this pillow fills in the gap left under the stair area. This item is only necessary for stairs that have a welded frame below the trailer chassis – if your steps fold out from the door you won’t need one. Stair pillows are 1 foot by 2 feet.

Recently Skirted:

AirSkirts are designed to fit RVs of all types and manufacturers, here are just a few fifth wheels that are using AirSkirts:

  • 2015 Grand Design Solitude 379 FL
  • 2020 Grand Design Reflection 303RLS
  • 2019 Coachmen Chaparral
  • 2008 Keystone Montana 3400Rl
  • 2018 Vanleigh Vilano 365RL
1207, 2024

How to Measure RV Length

By |July 12th, 2024|Categories: RVing for Beginners|0 Comments

How to Measure RV Length In this post, we'll look at how to measure RV length by camper types: fifth wheels, travel trailers, and motorhomes (Class A, B, and C) from both a true length perspective and a manufacturer stated length perspective. If you are looking to buy an AirSkirts RV skirting kit, you can refer to our help section specific to measuring your RV for our kits, 'How do I find the length of my RV?'. AirSkirts kits are [...]

June 2024

Magnetic RV Window Covers (Are They Worth It?)

By |June 28th, 2024|Categories: RV Accessories, RV Interior|

Magnetic RV Window Covers (Are They Worth It?) Recently we've been doing a series of posts on RV windows (see: 'Standard RV Window Sizes' with a focus on window shades and covers (see: 'RV Window Shades vs RV Window Covers – Is Their A Difference?'). In this post we'll look at magnetic RV window covers, what they are, what benefits they provide, and how much they cost. Finally, we'll direct you towards some options if you are looking to buy. [...]

RV Window Shades vs RV Window Covers – is There A Difference?

By |June 27th, 2024|Categories: RV Accessories, RV Interior|

RV Window Shades vs RV Window Covers - Is Their A Difference? Earlier this month we looked at common RV window sizes, last week we looked at interior vs exterior window shades, now we are taking a look at the difference between RV window shades and RV window covers. This might be a little redundant with the last post (exterior being mostly covers, and interior being mostly shades), and I might combine them in the future, but for now I [...]

RV Window Shades: Interior vs Exterior for Your Camper

By |June 21st, 2024|Categories: RV Accessories, RV Interior|

RV Window Shades: Interior vs Exterior for Your Camper Last week we looked into RV window sizes as there are dozens and dozens of different sizes and several different types. This was a preamble to this next series of posts where we will look at RV window shades. Types of Window Shades Roller Shades - common, easy-to-use and familiar, these roll down by pulling and snap back up with a single pull Pleated Shades - [...]

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