Original LL bean boots
Supreme, Yezis, and LL Bin Boots: Things that will sell out with absolute certainty if you don’t act fast. And until those damn scientists find a way to turn Clout into warmth, only one of these items is so practical that you have a real reason to work right now. Like, Right now.
Bean boots are famously sold every year and you can’t talk about why they are in so much demand without singing their praises. The way the boot sinks in the water without looting will impress Captain Nemo. Snow similarly has no resemblance to these animals. Overhead Instagram shots as a reliable indicator of fall like Pumpkin Spice Lat. The way they assemble the indestructible like a tank which I like to describe generously Fear Style is the most practical reason you will be disappointed if you wait for these to snap.
Originally invented by Leon Leonwood Bean – they don’t just name people as they used to – as “wet foot antidotes”. The boots are rubber on the bottom and leather on the top. It’s a ridiculous look combination but that unique look has made it a recognized icon in American fashion. Bean first assembled leather and rubber components in his brother’s basement. Now, they are using more modern equipment and techniques on the waiting list of 50,000 people who are made in the winter.
One thing that hasn’t changed: Bean boots are still made in America, and even the number of domestically produced items has dwindled. The company has been making boots in Maine since their inception in 1912 and even today everything is done by hand with a combination of about 400 people. It takes a combined 85 minutes of labor to create a single pair. LL beans aren’t suppressing quantity to create hype – they just can’t keep up with demand. Creating a boot of high production quality that will keep you warm for many winters and LL Bean’s legendary “guarantee” means you can easily buy this last shoe – as long as you buy them at Posthost.
In an advertisement for bean boots in 1212, it was written: “Outside of your gun, there is nothing as important to your clothes as your foot clothes.” I feel relieved that we can discount the first half of the sentence. And if there’s nothing more important than “foot-wear” for your outfit, what are you waiting for?
Below you will find a couple of all the classic bean boots in stock this fall as well Collaboration Todd Snyder’s version.
Classic bean boots
Shearling-lined bean boots for severe winters
Low-top “loafer” bean boots
16 “thigh-high bean boots to really stand out
Todd Snyder leather bean boots
Todd Snyder waxed canvas seed boots