15% off your entire order with BOOT15 at Checkout – Expires 2/14
L.L. Bean Signature has been touting the BOOT15 code, while L.L. Bean has been asking customers to click through their facebook page, twitter account, or a promotional email that has this specific URL. The url just seems to activate “boot15” and thus, the offers can’t be stacked.
Don’t laugh at the seemingly paltry discount. L.L. Bean isn’t perpetually on sale, and they’re rarely tossing site wide codes out there. So while a 25% off code at Banana Republic is decent and 30% is worthwhile, you’ll never see that kind of discount code floating around for L.L. Bean or their Signature line.
The discount applies to sale items, and on both Signature and regular L.L. Bean purchases. Everything ships free.
Signature Canvas Jacket – $67.99 ($109)
Awesome in it’s simplicity and the upgraded details like the lining and slightly closer fit. Stand up collar looks tremendous. Available in the spring ready light grey “soapstone” seen here, plus a khaki, and a navy. From the Signature line, but only available on the regular L.L. Bean side of the site.
Signature new Traditional Twill Jacket & Pants – $106.23 ($195)
And this is why there’s no excuse to not get used to wearing a comfortable as all get out suit in the summer (barring extreme humidity/brutal conditions of course.) It’s a favorite around these parts, and most if not all have seen it plenty before. Full review here. Pants are a little roomy and could use a shorter rise. Sleeves on the jacket are a touch long and have those tough to tailor functional cuffs. But if there’s a suit to have a mint julep in, then doze off in a hammock to, this is it. Available in a darker khaki and navy, but there’s been some complaints about the blues not matching on the pants and jacket of the navy version. Already on sale, and the extra 15% off makes it dirt cheap.
Signature Maine Standard Mocs – $76.49 ($119)
Less casual than a boat shoe, but still plenty of on the dock looks. Full grain leather uppers, leather sole, and available in a couple of colors. Might look decent with the above new traditional twill suit for a real laid back look.
Signature Searsport Flannel Jacket & Pants – $272 ($320)
Not as dirt cheap. Not on sale. But the 15% off gets you a thicker than you’d think it’d be tweedy flannel that unfortunately, will have to be stashed in your closet in a month or two. Like the New Tradtional Twill it feels casual, but dresses up easier since there’s no patch pockets on it. Available in Navy too. Full review here.
Signature Wool Slacks – $84.99 ($175)
Good Grief, they were going for $175? That’s a lot of cash for a pair of pants. They do have that rugged and dressed up at the same time thing going on, so, they’re pretty versatile. Until it gets warm out. Sizes are starting to get scattered and you can choose between cuffs, no cuffs, or an unfished hem for your inseam. Also available in a something close to Blackwatch but sizes are decimated with those.
Signature Bean’s Canvas Cloth Pant – $46.74 ($69)
The reddish/orange “dark russet” might be one of the best colors available in the chino market. It’s like you’re wearing red pants, only… not quite. The deep grey “ore” is also on sale. Really well reviewed and not dressed up. Fatter belt loops than you’re used to, and have enough room in the legs (read: too much for some) that the guys who are sick of the slimmer = better trend will be ecstatic.
L.L. Bean Hand Sewn Suede Ranger Moc – $42.49 ($79)
It’s like wearing red shoes only… not… wait, this sounds familiar. Already on sale and the extra 15% puts that in the “red suede moc chukka” range.
Signature Bean’s Vacation Bag – $233.75 | Cole Haan Duffel – $130.43 w/ FEBFAMILY
An all leather get-the-hell-out-of-town bag is a bit of a luxury. They usually cost a boatload. But the shape of the almost 2500 cubic inch L.L. Bean Signature option is that classic doctor’s style. Nice. Plenty of room inside too. The cheap alternative is the Cole Haan bag via, you guessed it, CLAD. Slightly smaller than the Bean. Leather duffels just don’t dip this low in price. Know that word is you can’t return CLAD items ordered after 2/15.
L.L. Bean Irish Fisherman’s Sweater – $126.65 ($149)
An investment for sure, but as authentic as it gets. Knit in Ireland from European worsted wool in as traditional of a pattern as it gets. Button mock neck. The ultimate extra layer for around the house, cabin, ski hill, docks, or igloo.
L.L. Bean Maine Cap Toe Lodge Boots – $59.49 ($129)
Clod hoppers in the first degree. Oiled leather uppers and a Goodyear welted sole. Well reviewed.
The L.L. Bean / Signature 15% off code BOOT15 expires on Tuesday 2/14/12