L.L. Bean Duck Boot | Review in Colorado | 10 in Shearing-Lined Bean Boots

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In this video we review the iconic American Winter Duck Boot by L.L. Bean. Check out the fun we had up in the Rocky Mountains as we see if these boots are fit for Colorado and able to keep your feet dry and warm all day long. Let us know where you’ve taken your Bean Boots in the comments section.

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Intro 00:00
Trekking in the Snow: 00:42
My Experience with the Bean Boots 01:37
L.L. Bean Boot Construction: 03:06
Wrap Up 08:54

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L.L. Bean Duck Boot | Review in Colorado | 10 in Shearing-Lined Bean Boots
L.L. Bean Duck Boot | Review in Colorado | 10 in Shearing-Lined Bean Boots
  1. If you want or need warm feet, Bean boots that are not insulated will not fulfill your need. Felt insulated Sorrell pacs are superior. In warmer, wet situations the Bean boots are fine. One other thing they are not good for is hiking in rocky terrain as you will feel every stone you step on. Take it from a resident of northwest Washington.

  2. Great review! How was the break in process? Did you treat the leather?

  3. I’ve owned this exact pair for going on 14 years, and they kept me toasty with heavy wear in harsh New England/upstate New York winters. Only last year did I notice that the insulation in the rubber wasn’t sufficient anymore. I had LLBean resole them over the summer and they are good as new. Highly recommend for the future when needed!

  4. A lot of snow in Colorado? Are you from a place that never ever gets snow? So a dusting is a blizzard to you? It doesn't snow much here. Not like it used to in the 80's-90's

  5. great video, how does the sherling hold up? If it gets wet does it smell or take long to dry?

  6. Did you get a 10 or 11? You said both

  7. Got my 1st bean boots on the way. Went with 8" thinsulate version and am hoping they fit! Can't wait!

  8. It got its start as a hunting shoe. Rubber down low to be waterproof and leather up top for some breathability and fit. I like the low cuts for running around town and in and out of the car on snowy rainy slushy days. I’ve got warmer heavier Sorels for really cold days when I’ve got to stand around outside. In general I prefer low cut shoes whenever I can and so the Beans are great in a moc. – Former Mainer and New Hampshire Resident

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