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L.L. Bean customers wishing to exchange their worn-out boots for a brand new pair a decade later won't be honored with a popular store policy anymore.

The outdoor retail company announced they've scrapped their lenient satisfaction policy that offered unlimited returns on merchandise.

It looks like the 106-year-old retailer is modernizing their way of conducting business.

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