Stabilicers L.L. Bean Boot Traxx

Jul 28, 2017

Category: Gear

No boot is immune to an unexpected patch of ice. Not even L.L. Bean’s famous duck boots. That, in part, is why the Maine boot-maker teamed up with Stabilicers to design and build the Bean Traxx.

The first ever traction device designed exclusively for L.L. Bean, these promise to keep you upright and broken-hip free even throughout the winter. Made right here in the U.S. of A, this custom binding system boasts full-sole coverage and multi-directional cleats for serious traction with every step. To avoid too much rigidity, the Bean Traxx use a proprietary Thermo Plastic Elastomer that provides some give without compromising on structural integrity. To top all of these great features off, this boot comes with L.L. Bean’s famous %100 satisfaction guarantee – so you know it’ll be up to whatever icy challenges winter throws its way.

Purchase: $30

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