Summer RV Skirting2022-05-06T15:35:50-04:00

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Summer RV Skirting

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Find your year-round skirt

Keep your interior cool and comfortable

As cold air from your camper seeps through the floor, AirSkirts use a pocket of trapped air with two layers of military-grade PVC to prevent this air from whisking away from beneath your rig, retaining more cold air inside.

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Reduce wear and tear on your A/C

AirSkirts trap the cold air generated from your air conditioning so your unit doesn’t have to run as much to achieve the desired temperature. Extend the life of these four-figure units and keep money in your pockets.

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Use less energy, save more money

AirSkirts uses trapped air as an insulator, resulting in a dramatic increase in air retention (cold air in the summer, warm air in the winter) compared to traditional skirts. This results in reduced energy use, and significant savings!

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We’ve got a skirt in your size! Our inflatable RV skirts are built to work with any camper – travel trailer, fifth wheel, toy hauler, or motorcoach (class A, B, or C) – we’ve got your your RV skirt right here. Whether it’s a Keystone, Grand Design, Jayco, Forest River, AirStream, or any other make. Designed by a full time RVer, Airskirts fit like a glove no matter what model you have.

Choose Your Kit and Components

Choosing the right skirt kit is easy – select the kit that matches your manufacturer’s stated length, and then choose standard or high clearance. Ground clearance is how high your RV sits off the ground – read more here.

No-Hassle Returns, Five Year Warranty

We believe in our product and we think you will too. You can return your order within 30 days for any reason, and we also provide an industry exceeding 5 year warranty on our skirting products.

What’s In the Box

Storage Bag

Our storage bag fits your entire AirSkirts kit for easy storage in your truck bed or storage area. Durable and spacious, we recommend loading the bag in place.
AirSkirts Skirt Tubes

Skirt Tubes, Various Sizes

Each RV Skirt Kit comes with the correct combination of tubes to fit your travel trailer, fifth wheel, motorcoach, teardrop, or other type of RV.
800W Electric Air Pump

AC Air Pump

Our 800W AC Air Pump both inflates your skirt tubes and components and deflates them for storage. Tube inflation time is super fast with this high velocity pump.
AirSkirts Welcome Kit

Welcome Kit

Includes everything you need to get started with your new AirSkirts RV skirt. Our owners manual, sharp edge protectors, and patch material are all in the box.
AirSkirts Dual Axle Tire Cover

Tire Covers (Add-On)

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.
Tire Wedges Set

Tire Wedges (Add-On)

Our tire wedges sit between your tires on two or three axle RVs to complete the seal around your RV’s perimeter. Wedges can be placed above and below the tires.
AirSkirts Buffer Pillow

Buffer Pillow (Add-On)

For RVs with irregular objects on the undercarriage, our buffer pillows can help to fully seal and fill gaps left as tubes form around these areas.
RV Skirt Stair Pillow

Stair Pillow (Add-On)

For RVs that have stairs that extrude below the chassis, or stair pillow fills the gap left in the stair box. Not needed for all RVs.
Featured Post – Summer RV Skirting
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RV Skirting in Summer: Does it Help Keep My Camper Cool?

By |May 6th, 2022|RV Lifestyle, RV Skirting|0 Comments

Most people who have used an RV for any length of time are familiar with a skirt. For those who may not know, an RV skirt is something placed around the base of your travel trailer, fifth wheel, or coach to protect the underside and provide insulation. The reason most people think to use skirting is to keep their pipes from freezing since RV floors are typically not well insulated. One thing we hear most often from our AirSkirts customers is, “my feet were warmer the first night!” What about summer though, is it worth skirting in warm weather? Does [...]

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