Published February 22, 2012
An RV Filled with Cold-Weather Gear in Hayes
You’ve done strange and unmentionable things in RVs.
While you’ll carry those memories to your grave, today starts a new chapter in your RV life.
A fresh start.
jackets, deck chairs and a fireplace
will be heavily involved...
Step inside Aetherstream
, an intimate outerwear store on wheels dispensing state-of-the-art jackets
and other backcountry and city gear, now open (for the next two months) in the Hayes Proxy.
Think of this as your living room away from home, where you’ll decamp to when you need your weekly fill of
jacket purchasing, fireplace moments and interesting book perusals.
You can’t miss the 34-foot Airstream PanAmerica, but you could also look out for the military-grade,
Army-green tent out front. Once inside, you’ll notice a nice blend of rugged ski-lodge flair mixed with
well-appointed elements from wrenches and axes to framed vacation snapshots from the kind of vacations you
Ah, right—gear, too. Like the military jacket that’s made from the same waterproof fabric that the Brits
used for bombardier suits in WWII and technical jackets made warm enough for ski runs in Tahoe.
Or if you’re looking toward spring, this is the only place where you can preview Aether’s new
Of course, one man’s winter is another’s spring.
432 Octavia St
San Francisco, CA 94102