L.L.Bean Is Popping Up in Natick, MA, This Summer

Boston-area customers, this one’s for you! L.L.Bean is making a very special appearance at the Natick Mall this summer, just in time for back-to-school shopping.

The L.L.Bean pop-up store in the Natick Mall


Watch for the new L.L.Bean pop-up store – it’s just 20 x 20 feet and looks like a miniature log cabin. You’ll find our legendary built-tough school backpacks, including our bestselling Deluxe Book Pack, 25% off through August 24.

Backpacks at the L.L.Bean pop-up store

We’ll also have lunch boxes, pencil cases and tablet sleeves in coordinating colors and prints, water bottles and more.

L.L.Bean Lunch Boxes in Natick, MA

Monogramming will be available right on site, so you can personalize your kids’ school gear (and improve the chances of lost items becoming found). Sorry, gift boxes and shipping will not be available at this location.

Look out for fun back-to-school events and a visit from the L.L.Bean Bootmobile!

After September 15, our Natick pop-up store will feature holiday favorites, including a great selection of our iconic L.L.Bean BootsWicked Good Slippers and more.

Visit L.L.Bean at the Natick Mall


Our Natick pop-up store opens June 30 and will close in early January 2015.

Hours: Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 12-6 p.m.



Located in the Natick Mall, near Lord & Taylor and Wasabi. Get directions here.

For more L.L.Bean products and services, including returns and exchanges, visit our Burlington, Dedham and Mansfield stores.

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