These components form the AirSkirts system. If you’re a current customer and need more RV skirting components you’ve come to the right place. Want to design your own kit? Shop from our collection of skirt components for 5th wheels, travel trailers, Airstream, Jayco, and all other RV makes and models here.

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  • Skirt Tube

    $189.00$289.00
    The Skirt Tube is the is the most essential building block of your AirSkirts setup. Depending on your configuration, you may require these tube in an 4, 6, or 8 foot lengths. Our pre-configured packages are perfect for nearly all setups but you can also buy tubes individually and as needed. Each tube is constructed with super-durable .9mm PVC to withstand years and years of use. Inflate / deflate valves on opposing ends enable cross connects of the tubes. A pressure release valve also prevents accidental over-inflation. What diameter / ground clearance do I need?
  • Sometimes you may find our skirt cube as useful alternative to our smaller tubes for awkward spaces - such as between a wheel and stabilizer.
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    Tire wedges provide added insulation and protection by inflating snugly between your tires. For two axle RVs select four wedges, for three axle RVs select eight wedges. Kits come in two sizes - measure the space between your tires to select the correct size. Are tire wedges mandatory? No, some customers may choose to use a multi axle tire cover instead, or place wedges only at the bottom of the tires. Standard size wedges work on most trailers.
  • Tire wedges provide added insulation and protection by inflating snugly between your tires. For two axle RVs select four wedges, for three axle RVs select eight wedges. Kits come in two sizes - measure the space between your tires to select the correct size. Are tire wedges mandatory? No, some customers may choose to use a multi axle tire cover instead, or place wedges only at the bottom of the tires. Standard size wedges work on most trailers.
  • Our durable carry bag fits your entire AirSkirts kit with room for extra materials. This bag is included in our kits, but you can also buy a-la-cart if designing your own setup. Made of thick PVC with double stitched carry straps, it will last as long as your skirt (which is a long, long time). When you're ready to break down your skirt, just deflate and fold your tubes and place them into the bag. We recommend placing the bag in the area you intend to store it prior to loading.
  • Our 800W electric air pump connects to the inflate / deflate valves of your tubes and tire wedges to rapidly inflate or deflate your AirSkirts setup.
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    Buffer Pillow

    $69.00 $59.00
    Our buffer pillows are useful to seal up small gaps left by irregular objects on the underside of your RV. If you're in extreme weather or concerned about a super-tight seal, you may wish to add 2-4 of these pillows to your kit order. Our kits are super efficient even without buffer pillows but these optional add-ons make your kit even more resilient. Buffer pillows are 3 feet by 1 foot.
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    Stair Pillow

    $69.00 $59.00
    If your stairs extend from underneath your trailer add a stair pillow - this pillow fills in the gap left under the stair area.
  • We love using Reflectix to insulate our windows, vents, and more. Because it's relatively stiff you can simply cut Reflectix to your window size and it will hold itself in place. Add some Reflectix to your cart to finish up your full winter RV insulation!
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    This valve adapter allows you to inflate your AirSkirts with any compressor or pump that can connect to a standard tire or bicycle valve (Schrader). PLEASE NOTE: You will still need an AirSkirts electric pump for your skirt system. Our electric pump allows you to deflate your kit - a standard compressor and this adapter would allow you to use this adapter for inflation purposes only.
  • To prevent punctures due to accidental overinflation of your AirSkirts tubes, place these corner protectors on sharp, right angled edges. Common areas you will find these sharp edges are on welded stairs and stabilizers.
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