LL Bean to sell totes made from Fenway rain tarp
FREEPORT, Maine—L.L. Bean is coming out with a line of tote bags made out of the tarp that covers the infield at Fenway Park during rain delays.
The Freeport, Maine, clothing and outdoor-goods retailer and Fenway Park are both celebrating their 100th anniversary this year.
In recognition of the milestone, the company is manufacturing 2,012 individually numbered tote bags made out of the tarp, with green handles and a diamond-shaped patch recognizing L.L. Bean's 100th anniversary. The company says the bags allow baseball fans to own a piece of Fenway Park and L.L. Bean history.
The bags sell for $59.95 each and go on sale at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Sales are limited to one per person.