Kikkan Randall Is Coming to Freeport

We’ve already introduced you to Kikkan Randall, our newest design and testing partner and the most decorated female cross-country skier in US history. But how would you like to meet her in person?

World Champion Cross-Country Skier Kikkan Randall

Kikkan will be at our Freeport, Maine, campus on Saturday, May 17. She’ll be signing autographs from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and she’ll also be leading two Fast & Female “Power Hours” from 10-11 a.m. and 1-2 p.m.

Fast and Female

What is a “Power Hour”? These hour-long events are designed to inspire and empower girls ages 9-19 with fun and athletic activities that complement other sports training. A Power Hour is an experience that your family won’t want to miss – register online now!

L.L.Bean Design and Testing Partner Kikkan Randall

We’re happy to finally welcome Kikkan to Maine, and we hope you’ll join us to make her visit even more memorable!

L.L.Bean Design and Testing Partner Kikkan Randall


About Kikkan Randall

As our newest testing and design partner, Kikkan works with our product development teams, providing valuable feedback and advice that will help us create world-class products. Because of her long list of titles and experience – the 2013 World Champion, thirteen-time World Cup victor and whopping 17-time US National Champion – she’s able to give us a perspective that nobody else can. Our partnership also includes support of Fast and Female, where Kikkan serves as president of Fast and Female USA.

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