Special Edition AEV Filson Wrangler Is No Cheap Jeep

Good things happen when outdoor enthusiast outfitter Filson and rugged Jeep Wrangler accessories manufacturer AEV get together. The resulting AEV Filson Wrangler is not only good, it's great enough to take on the Great Outdoors in style!

AEV (American Expedition Vehicles) is no stranger to Jeep's iconic Wrangler; they've worked with Jeep creating show cars and special editions including the MW3: Call of Duty and Moab edition Wranglers.

Filson, on the other hand, has established an enviable reputation for making rugged, outdoor-ready kit & accessories. When those two pool their creative input you've gotta believe the resulting Wrangler is gonna be something special, and the AEV Filson Wrangler is all that and more.

Available in a choice of 2-door or 4-door versions, the AEV Filson Wrangler sports a coat of Filson's signature green exterior paint, a color-matched three-piece hardtop and fender flares, and on the outside and (or course) an AEV stamped steel heat reduction hood.

A set of IPF 901 off-road lights, an IPF back-up light, and AEV 17” Savegre wheels shod with matte black BFGoodrich 35” Mud-Terrain KM2 tires give this Wrangler off-road style AND substance.

Continuing along the theme, the AEV Filson Wrangler offers optional 5.7L or 6.4L HEMI V8 engines, rides on a 3.5-inch DualSport SC suspension and packs a 9,500lbs. WARN winch – not so much to pull IT out of trouble but more likely to assist other less-fortunate off-roaders. 

Since getting back to the roots doesn't have to mean sacrificing comfort and luxury, Filson has done up the Wrangler's cabin with Exclusive Filson Rugged Twill and leather. As an added bonus, owners enjoy a Filson Rugged Twill bulkhead storage bag and a Filson Original Briefcase Filson Medium Duffle.

Last but not least, each and every AEV Filson Wrangler features exclusive Filson and AEV badging and an AEV serialized build plaque. Check out the full list of specs, options and pricing at the Filson Edition AEV Wrangler product page. (via Uncrate)