LL Bean Boots

My favorite new LL Bean Boots are great for so many things.

LL Bean Boots

In the market for some new boots? Back at Christmas I bought a pair of duck boots for myself. Back in college I had some but wore them completely out. Quack! I was looking for something that I could wear while gardening, stomping around in the rain or snow, and for the little bit of hunting I’m beginning to do. These Classic Bean Boots were perfect for me right out of the box.

I purchased the 8″ Women’s Bean Boots. You’ll see they offer a variety in boot heights, colors and come lined or unlined with Thinsulate for men, women and kids too. They’re also are available in wide widths, which is mighty nice for a boot. I ordered the unlined version so I could wear them when it’s not so cold, and avoid getting hot feet, because hot feet are of the devil. So far I’ve worn warm thick wool socks when it’s cold.

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I’ve already worn them a few times and found them comfortable. Plus they’re pretty stylish with a pair of jeans, and fluffy down vest. So much so, that my teenage daughter recently borrowed them to wear to school. Can you believe? My teenage daughter borrowed clothes from me? Crazy. She’s actually worn them more than I have so far. I’m thinking that she may end up owning her a pair. A birthday present, perhaps?

So if you’re boot shopping be sure to check these boots out if you’re looking for a functional (and obviously fashionable with the teens) pair. I’ve been pleased with the purchase. I think I have these for many, many years to come, and my daughter hopefully will too.

Happy shopping!

(This is not a sponsored post. Just thought I’d share about my purchase. Quack!)

Comments

  1. 2

    Laura says

    I’ve had a pair since 1987. They’re still going strong and look great. LLBean makes such quality things. Aren’t they wonderful?!

  2. 7

    says

    I LOVE my bean boots! I have a pair of gortex thinsulate ones which are great here in Chicago!

    Did you also know they’re guaranteed for LIFE? If you decide in a year or two years or even 20 years that you don’t like them or something has gone wrong with them, they’ll take them back no questions asked!

  3. 8

    says

    Those would be perfect for spring in MN. But alas, I fear that my fashion sense is not as keen as yours and I would just look like I was trying to look cool. You know, like everyday. :)

    • 9

      says

      Oh Amanda! If I can pull them off, so can you. Just wear them with any pair of jeans and a sweatshirt and you’ll be good to go.

      Amy

  4. 12

    Urban Wife says

    Those are so cute and I want them. Problem is…would I even wear them in Texas, where it neither gets cold or hardly rains? ;)

  5. 14

    Judy says

    Those are really cute boots! L.L. Bean stuff lasts forever.

    When I was young we would go to Maine for vacation. My Dad always insisted on stopping at L.L Bean. Now they have stores all over but back then it was fun to go to the “real” L.L. Bean store in Maine.

  6. 15

    Claudia says

    In fact I bought myself a pair of Bean Boots in early December! Love.em! I have the slip on ones, and have worn perpetually! Perfect for warm and dry running errands, and dog.
    New to your blog, carry on!

  7. 17

    bethany says

    Hey, I am just about to purchase these boots, and they only have the wide ones left in my size… I was wondering ifyou got them in wide, and if so, just how wide they are… I’ve never had to get wide shoes, so I’m worried they’ll be a bit big. Thoughts? Thanks! (Sorry, I know this is a super old post, I just came across it in a google search.) :)

    • 18

      says

      I did order the wide ones, but I have a wide foot. I think my daughter (who doesn’t usually need wide) ordered the wide ones as well so she could wear thick socks with them and she’s been happy with the room in the toe box. Also, I think since they lace up she is able to tighten them as needed as well.

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