LL Bean may have another big hit on its hands for early- and mid-season bird hunters with the Uplander Pro Hybrid Hunting Shirt.
At first glance, the Uplander Pro has the look of a classic upland hunting shirt, with a button down front and collar. But it’s definitely a technical shirt, utilizing moisture-wicking fabric and a bi-swing back panel to provide breathability and freedom of movement.
So what makes it a hybrid, you ask? By incorporating a new-to-Bean no-snag, breathable and stretchable fabric on the arms from the elbow to the shoulder as well as along the sides, the designers at Bean have created a shirt that can truly move with a hunter as he navigates the terrain or swings on a bird.
Available this fall with an MSRP of $79, the Uplander Pro Hybrid Hunting Shirt is definitely worth a look from bird hunters.
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For this company's founder, see Leon Leonwood Bean.
American retail company
Coordinates: 43°50′58″N70°6′32″W / 43.84944°N 70.10889°W / 43.84944; -70.10889
L.L.Bean is an American, privately held retail company founded in 1912 by Leon Leonwood Bean. The company is headquartered where it was founded, in Freeport, Maine. It specializes in clothing and outdoor recreation equipment.
L.L.Bean was founded in 1912 by its namesake, hunter and fisherman Leon Leonwood Bean, in Freeport, Maine. The company began as a one-room operation selling a single product, the Maine Hunting Shoe, also known as duck boots  and later as Bean Boots. Bean had developed a waterproof boot, which is a combination of lightweight leather uppers and rubber bottoms, that he sold to hunters. He obtained a list of nonresident Maine hunting license holders, prepared a descriptive mail order circular, set up a shop in his brother's basement in Freeport and started a nationwide mail-order business. By 1912, he was selling the Bean Boot through a four-page mail-order catalog, and the boot remains a staple of the company's outdoor image. Defects in the initial design led to 90 percent of the original production run being returned: Bean honored his money-back guarantee, corrected the design, and continued selling them.
According to Bean, relating the incorporation of the company, "officers elected Nov. 16, 1934...L.L. Bean, President and Treasurer; Carl Bean Vice President and Assistant Treasurer; Jack Gorman, my son-in-law, Vice President and Clothing Buyer; and Warren Bean, my son, Clerk." Gross sales for his company amounted to $1 million in 1946, increasing to $3.8 million in 1966, $20.4 million in 1974, and $237.4 million in 1984.
The 220,000 sq ft (20,000 m2) L.L.Bean retail store campus in Freeport, Maine, is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Leon L. Bean died on February 5, 1967, in Pompano Beach, Florida. He is buried in Freeport's Webster Cemetery. The company passed into the directorship of Bean's grandson, Leon Gorman, from that time until 2001, when Gorman decided to take the position of Chairman, leaving the position of CEO to Christopher McCormick, the first non-family member to assume the title. On May 19, 2013, Shawn Gorman, 47, a great-grandson of the company's founder, was elected L.L.Bean's chairman. The company announced a US$125,000 donation to a new scholarship fund upon Leon Gorman's death in 2015, representing about 2.5 years of tuition at his alma mater, Bowdoin College.
Stephen Smith was named CEO in November 2015, the first time in the company's 103-year history that a CEO had been hired from outside the company.
The company sells a variety of hiking, weather, and other utility boots, along with other outdoor equipment such as firearms, backpacks, and tents, and produces a full line of clothing, which is now its mainstay.[timeframe?]
L.L.Bean sources its products from the US and across the globe. As of 2016, its Brunswick, Maine factory employed more than 450 people who made the company's products by hand, such as the Maine Hunting Shoe, L.L.Bean Boot, Boat and Totes, dog beds, leather goods, and backpacks.
In 2000, L.L.Bean partnered with Japanese automaker Subaru, making L.L.Bean the official outfitter of Subaru, spawning the L.L.Bean edition Subaru Outback and Subaru Forester for the US market. The L.L.Bean trim levels were top-spec versions, with most available options included as standard equipment. This relationship with Subaru ended June 28, 2008.
In 2010, L.L.Bean created a contemporary sub-brand called L.L.Bean Signature. The Signature line is a modern interpretation of L.L.Bean's previous products with modern fits.
Along with a number of retail and outlet stores, the company maintains its flagship store on Main Street in Freeport, Maine. This branch, originally opened in 1917, has been open 24 hours a day since 1951, with the exception of two Sundays in 1962 when Maine changed its blue laws; a town vote later reinstated the store's open-door policy. The flagship has closed to honor the death of U.S. President John F. Kennedy in 1963, as well as the deaths of founder Leon Bean in 1967 and his grandson Leon Gorman in 2015. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide, all L.L.Bean stores are closed indefinitely starting on March 17, 2020 at midnight. It became the fifth time in the company's history that the flagship closed, and the first time it has ever closed for more than 24 hours. The company began to reopen stores in May 2020.
L.L.Bean has invested heavily in activities for both visitors and residents in Freeport, including its Outdoor Discovery Schools, Christmas light displays, and its Summer Concert Series, which has attracted artists such as Grace Potter, Lake Street Dive, Edwin McCain, Great Big Sea, Buckwheat Zydeco, and Rockapella.
L.L.Bean opened its first outlet store in North Conway, New Hampshire, in 1988. The company operates 30 retail stores and 10 factory outlets in the US, and 25 retail stores in Japan, in addition to its catalog and online sales operations.[timeframe?]
The L.L.Bean Bootmobile travels the United States and serves as a mobile store during its college tour with a limited selection of products.
In March 2018, L.L.Bean opened their first urban location in Boston's Seaport District. The 8,600-square-foot (800 m2) store will be the model for further expansion in urban areas and carry a selection of merchandise selected to fit the surrounding community.
In November 2019, it was announced that L.L.Bean will be launching in the UK.
From its founding, L.L.Bean had an unlimited return policy, which allowed customers to return items with which they were dissatisfied at any time, even without a purchase receipt. On February 9, 2018, the company announced it would be limiting returns to within one year of purchase, and only with a receipt or other proof of purchase. L.L.Bean said that some customers had been abusing the policy by returning items that had been purchased from yard sales and third parties or used the policy as a lifetime replacement program for items with normal wear and tear. L.L.Bean has also stated it reserves the right to deny returns to those who regularly return items.
In January 2017, there was a call from a group of political activists to boycott L.L.Bean after it was disclosed that Linda Bean, one of the descendants of founder Leon Leonwood Bean who sits on the board of directors, had donated US$60,000 to a political action committee that supported Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. There were assertions that the contribution may be illegal. Trump posted on Twitter, in support of Linda Bean after calls for the boycott, "Thank you to Linda Bean of L.L.Bean for your great support and courage. People will support you even more now. Buy L.L.Bean." The company said it had not donated to Trump, nor have any of the other directors or any of the 50 other Bean heirs. It was unclear if the publicity hurt business, since sales were flat prior and for a second straight year in 2016.
Outdoor Discovery Schools
L.L.Bean has education programs connected to many of its retail outlets to support the outdoor interests of its customers. Customers can sign up to participate in a number of outdoor activities; all equipment and instruction are provided. Activities include archery, clay shooting, fly casting, and sea kayaking. More advanced classes are conducted as well, and must be reserved in advance. Snowshoeing and cross country skiing are available December to March. All other retail stores offer fly casting and kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding.
In popular culture
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For his latest team-up with L.L.Bean, Todd Snyder once again looked towards the great outdoors. The duo’s Fall 2021 “Upta Camp” collection is chock full of the type of clothing you’d pack for a long weekend in the Maine woods, all inspired by the excursions of Leon Leonwood Bean himself.
Snyder dreamed up the clothes with outdoorsy activities like hunting and fishing in mind, and this round riffs on the formula that made its predecessor such a hit. There’s archival L.L.Bean silhouettes tweaked to suit Snyder’s unpretentious version of classic Americana, like chamois shirts in funky camo patterns, crewneck sweatshirts decked out in abstracted maps of Maine, and chinos decorated with little sewn-on critters. (Clickbait in more ways than one!) But there’s also plenty of fall-ready accessories in the mix, including a grip of logo beanies and a newfangled take on the legendary Bean boot that’s made out of upcycled military bags.
For his part, the designer hopes the collection gets people juiced to do whatever brings them joy, “whether that’s hunting for game or just watching the game at their local bar.” Last time the duo combined forces, the fruits of their labor sold out fast. So don’t dilly-dally. Below you’ll find every piece from the collection we’re angling to get our hands on—provided you don’t beat us to the punch first.
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