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L.L. Bean Big Game System Review
As an outdoor writer and videographer, I naturally spend a great deal of time outdoors, but I don't have the luxury of only going out on bluebird days. If photos are needed for an article or a hunt is scheduled to be filmed, it has to get done no matter what the weather conditions and my outerwear absolutely cannot fail.
This past summer, I visited L.L. Bean headquarters in Freeport, ME to film a feature on the company. While there, I was impressed with their state-of-the-art product testing facility, their design team composed of people that actually hunt and the pride and confidence that they have in their products. In this world of "make a quick buck" businesses, L.L. Bean's philosophy is refreshing. In 1916, Leon Leonwood Bean placed a sign on the wall of the original retail store in Freeport that read, "Notice - I do not consider a sale complete until goods are worn out and customer still satisfied." The sign remains and the company maintains that same belief today by offering a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
L.L. Bean recently developed a line of Big Game System outerwear, which is a system of individual pieces designed to work together through layering to perform in a variety of conditions. I put the outerwear through a three-month, no-holds-barred evaluation to find out if their products lived up to the confidence that they placed in them. Below is a description of the individual Big Game System components followed by journal entries of the conditions that they were subjected to and the results.
Heavy Weight Liner Jacket