A Christmas Tradition – Wrapped in Plaid

There’s magic in the tradition of Christmas pajamas. Wrapped in colorful paper or stuffed in a sparkling bag by Grandma, Mom or even Uncle Steve, Christmas pajamas provide comfort, warmth and an annual opportunity for hilarious family photos. It’s a Christmas morning uniform meant for toddlers, teens and even the oldest “kids at heart.”

Women's flannel pajamas from L.L.Bean

And there’s nothing that makes us happier than when we hear how L.L.Bean is part of the fun. Made from flannel as legendary as the night itself, our pajamas feature tartans as timeless as the tradition itself. Incredibly soft, they’re especially nice for lounging with a warm cup of cocoa. Incredibly durable, they’ll look like new even after an unexpected snowball fight with your “little” brother.

Flannel pajamas in classic plaid

Whether you’re continuing a tradition or starting anew, we guarantee our classic pjs will yield smiles – and comfort – to all who share them.

L.L.Bean plaid flannel pajamas for men and women



  1. Carmen Ortega | December 5, 2013 | 10:59 am

    Where are they made?

    • Laurie | L.L.Bean | December 5, 2013 | 12:32 pm

      Hi Carmen – Our flannel PJs and robes are manufactured in China, El Salvador and Portugal depending on the actual product item number. Our customer service representatives can tell you the exact country of origin when you order by calling 800-441-5713. Thanks ^LB

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