The original L.L.Bean Boot was designed to help people enjoy the outdoors – and our larger-than-life mobile replica was too. The Bootmobile has covered more than 160,000 miles, appeared at hundreds of events in 14 states and dozen college campuses, and made tracks to every L.L.Bean store.
Share the fun with our expert guides as they hit the road for a full schedule of outdoor activities, demonstrations and special events.
The Bootmobile makes its third appearance of the winter at Sugarloaf Mountain for a weekend of fun, prizes, and shoenanigans on the slopes.
The Bootmobile will be on hand for the first ever Big Air competition inside Fenway Park. Be sure to stop by for photo opportunities and the chance to win Red Sox Tickets and L.L.Bean winter gear.
Our rolling icon kicks off school vacation week with a visit to Loon Mountain. Don't forget to grab a family photo with our boot-on-wheels.
We've landed at Crotched Mountain for the day so to stop by our rolling icon for chances to win L.L.Bean gear and play our famous Boot Toss Challenge.
We're setting foot at this fantastic winter event with Boston Parks and Recreation. Be sure to stop by the Bootmobile for games, prizes and gear giveaways.
The Bootmobile rolls back to Gunstock Mountain where guests can enter a giveaway, enjoy a rousing game of boot toss, and leave with prize before hopping on the lift.
The Bootmobile is heading to the White Mountains and making a stop at Attitash where we will have prizes, games and giveaways.
The Bootmobile will be joining the fun at Shawnee Peak for their annual Mascot Day, bringing our mascot L.L. Bear along for the festivities. Stop by to play games, enter giveaways and grab a photo with L.L. Bear in front of the Bootmobile!
What's better than one day at Wachusett Mountain? Two! Our rolling icon will be parked slope side once again giving away prizes and playing our world-famous Boot Toss challenge.
Our rolling icon is back at Shawnee Peak to enjoy the alpine cardboard box race! Visit the Bootmobile for games, giveaways, and great photo-ops.
The Bootmobile will be making tracks to the Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center for the annual Bill Koch League Festival. Be sure to stop by our larger-than-life vehicle throughout the day for fun games, giveaways, and L.L.Bean prizes.
The Bootmobile will be making its final visit of the winter to Loon Mountain in New Hampshire to cut some tracks in the White Mountain region. Stop by our larger-than-life vehicle for games, prizes, and giveaways.
We've landing back at Crotched Mountain for our second appearance so to stop by our rolling icon for chances to win L.L.Bean gear and play our famous Boot Toss Challenge.
Our favorite hometown hockey team will be playing the Hartford Wolf Pack and our larger-than-life Bootmobile will be on hand to welcome fans into the game. Be sure to stop by for games, prizes, and photos of our rolling icon.
The Bootmobile rolls back to Sugarloaf Mountain for the 6th annual Banked Slalom Event. Visit our larger-than-life icon for games, giveaways, and the ultimate photo-op.
Our iconic Bootmobile is concluding its winter Mountain Tour with another stop at Sunday River! Be sure to stop by the Bootmobile before hitting the slopes for games, prizes, and giveaways.
The original Bootmobile was so popular, it needed a sidekick. So, we built a second. It's a bit smaller, lighter and greener—the engine is biodiesel compatible. An interactive entertainment system adds to the fun. Now we have a fleet of big feet, revving up for a season of special events near and far.
Shoe sizes would be 747 and 708. The person wearing them would be about 143 feet tall. That's 32 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty.
Bootmobile 1 - 13' 6"
Bootmobile 2 - 11' 6"
Bootmobile 1 - Built on a Ford F250 frame, steel and fiberglass construction
Bootmobile 2 - Built on a GMC Sierra 2500 HD chassis frame, aluminum and fiberglass construction
Shoelaces are made of 12-strand braided mooring rope, capable of towing 106,000 lb.
An interview with Bootmobile Driver, L.L.Bean ambassador, and outdoorsman Eddie Flaherty
Known to his coworkers as “Eddie of the Woods,” Eddie Flaherty is more than just gifted at driving the 13-foot Bootmobile. This Registered Maine Guide leads whitewater rafting adventures, is an avid fly fisherman, and plans on playing semi-pro football when he's not on the road.
We thought it would be great to catch up with Eddie and learn what it's like behind the wheel.