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  1. Friday, 1/23/15

    Q&A with The Weather Channel’s Stephanie Abrams

    For years L.L.Bean has been proud to equip the on-air meteorologists of The Weather Channel with the outerwear and gear they need to stay warm, dry and protected. Throughout the season, we’ll be highlighting these amazing and inspiring individuals so you can learn more about what it takes to do what they do. We previously… More



  2. Friday, 1/16/15

    Q&A with The Weather Channel’s Reynolds Wolf

    For years L.L.Bean has been proud to equip the on-air meteorologists of The Weather Channel with the outerwear and gear they need to stay warm, dry and protected. Throughout the season, we’ll be highlighting these amazing and inspiring individuals so you can learn more about what it takes to do what they do. We previously… More



  3. Friday, 1/9/15

    Q&A with The Weather Channel’s Sam Champion

    Most of us avoid bad weather. The meteorologists at The Weather Channel seek it out, enduring some of nature’s most dangerous storms to keep us safe and informed. For years L.L.Bean has been proud to equip these brave experts with the outerwear and gear they need to stay warm, dry and protected on assignment and… More



  4. Wednesday, 12/24/14

    Georgette Kanach: Master Maine Guide and Master Wildlife Artist

    There are not too many people who can claim to be a Master Maine Guide (for 31 years and counting!), a 2014 Miss Maine Sportsman finalist and Artist of the Year for the State of Maine Sportsman’s Show – but one of them happens to be right here at L.L.Bean. Georgette Kanach, a sales representative in… More



  5. Thursday, 12/18/14

    L.L.Bean Employees Giving Back on the Appalachian Trail

    Since 1980, L.L.Bean employees, their families and friends have been maintaining an 18.5-mile section of the Appalachian Trail in Maine. For many years now, trip coordinators Laurie G. and Lisa R. have been avid volunteers, making sure the trail is clean and safe every spring and fall season. Here’s why they do it. When did… More



  6. Tuesday, 11/4/14

    Down Sleeping Bags: 50 Years of Innovation

    Our first down sleeping bag was introduced 50 years ago. At the time, it represented a huge leap in performance for sportsmen seeking warmth, low weight and packability. First used in military sleeping bags during World War II, down is exceptionally warm, lightweight and compressible. Previous insulations such as wool and sheepskin were extremely bulky… More



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