It’s that time of year again. The temperatures begin to drop, the days become darker, and the promise of snow is around the corner. Students begin to batten down their hatches as they prepare for the chilling season to take full effect. This year they will not be covered in a multitude of jackets doubling their weight, but will instead be sporting a classic yet warm look.
Yes, it’s Bean Boots season.
Of the many trends of Staples High School, the new influx of L.L. Bean Boots has taken Staples by storm. Coming in ten inch, eight inch, six inch, black, brown, insulated and thinsulated, these boots appeal to the entirety of the Staples community. Andrew Ingber ’16 is a well known Bean Boot stylist. He has been through the high tops, the low tops, the insulated and uninsulated so you might call him an expert.
“Aside from the fact that they are astonishingly comfortable, I look so good in them,” Ingber confidently said. “The classic look and their versatility make it the perfect boot.”
Mackenzie Wood ’16 is another avid Bean Boot wearer. Whether it is with a casual school outfit during midterms or a decorative dinner ensemble, Bean Boots are the right footwear for her.
“Despite being a great winter boot,” Wood said, “Bean Boots are so stylish and they match with practically any outfit.”
Handmade, beautifully crafted, and astonishingly comfortable, the Bean Boot has served the entirety of the Staples community. Even economics teacher Drew Coyne, notorious for his amazing style, has been seen sporting Bean Boots.
“They’re made with such great quality,” Coyne said, “and they have a lifelong guarantee which, for me, really makes them great.”
The classic look of the Bean Boot has been revived today as more and more pairs are worn at Staples. The handcrafted, warm, comfortable, and beautiful boot will surely stand the test of time within the Staples community.