13 Best Girls' Outdoor Recreation Shirts

List Updated August 2020

Bestselling Girls' Outdoor Recreation Shirts in 2020


Kids Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Outdoor T-shirt 12 Navy

Kids Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Outdoor T-shirt 12 Navy
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Features the official National Park Service symbols for bear viewing, picnicking, camping, hiking, and paddling
  • These public-domain map icons are the same ones you'll find on national park signs and brochures
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

TM-V34-BR_Medium Tesla Men's Thermal WinterGear Compression Baselayer V Neck Long Sleeve Shirts V34

TM-V34-BR_Medium Tesla Men's Thermal WinterGear Compression Baselayer V Neck Long Sleeve Shirts V34
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Winter gear : Thermal Shirts are designed for warmth (Fleece lining).
  • We strongly recommend ordering ONE size up what you normally wear.
  • 87% polyester-13% spandex. Excellent elasticity with enhanced range of motion.
  • Perfect option during various indoor activities and outdoor excursion.
  • Moisture Sensing/Quick time Dry/TWO-WAY Air Circulation.

Kids Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada Outdoor T-shirt 12 Heather Blue

Kids Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Nevada Outdoor T-shirt 12 Heather Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Features the official National Park Service symbols for hiking, camping, hot weather, fishing, and boating. A great gift!
  • These public-domain map icons are the same ones you'll find on national park signs and brochures
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

Under Armour Rideable Jacket, Penta Pink (975)/Black, Youth Medium

Under Armour Rideable Jacket, Penta Pink (975)/Black, Youth Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • UA Storm technology repels water without sacrificing breathability
  • Windproof materials & construction shield you from the elements
  • 5K / 5K waterproof & breathable 2 layer construction
  • ColdGear Infrared technology uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb & retain your own body heat
  • Insulation is lightweight, water-resistant, breathable & can be compressed without losing warmth

Hanes Little Girls' Slub Jersey Full Zip Jacket, Process Blue, X-Large

Hanes Little Girls' Slub Jersey Full Zip Jacket, Process Blue, X-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Full-zip front and kangaroo pockets
  • Wide waistband and cuffs
  • No draw cord on hood
  • Free-moving raglan sleeves
  • All the comfort of Hanes, with our famous tag-free neckline

Kids Camping Shirt Mountains Camping Escape Rather Be Love Tshirt 4 Navy

Kids Camping Shirt Mountains Camping Escape Rather Be Love Tshirt 4 Navy
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • I'd Rather Be in the Mountains - Graphic for those who love the outdoors - Great gift idea
  • Camping Shirt Mountains Camping Escape Rather Be Love Tshirt
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

Kids Ice Fishing King Winter Outdoor Recreation T-Shirt 4 Asphalt

Kids Ice Fishing King Winter Outdoor Recreation T-Shirt 4 Asphalt
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • When the ground you're stepping is on ice cold, this is the amazing time to go ice fishing with the whole family! Get a unique bunch of fish while wearing this tee! This shirt is for anyone who loves to fish whether winter or not.
  • This ice fishing shirt is a perfect gift idea for a special friend or family member and any occasion.
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

DKNY Little Girls' Long Sleeve T-Shirt (More Styles Available), 1116DG Black, 4

DKNY Little Girls' Long Sleeve T-Shirt (More Styles Available), 1116DG Black, 4
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Click on colors to see a variety of styles
  • Dress it up or down
  • Iconic branding

Kids Camping Shirt Fun Outdoor Recreation Log Cabin Escape 8 Heather Grey

Kids Camping Shirt Fun Outdoor Recreation Log Cabin Escape 8 Heather Grey
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • I'd Rather Be at My Cabin - graphic tee shirt for those who love outdoor recreation and camping fun
  • Great gift for those who like to escape to nature
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

Kids Camping Shirt Love Mountains Rather Be Vacation T-shirt 4 White

Kids Camping Shirt Love Mountains Rather Be Vacation T-shirt 4 White
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • I'd Rather Be in the Mountains - graphic tee for those who love the mountains
  • Camping Shirt Love Mountains Rather Be Vacation T-shirt
  • This premium t-shirt is made of lightweight fine jersey fabric
  • Fit: Slim (consider ordering a larger size for a looser fit)

The Mountain Kids Golden Retriever Puppy T-Shirt, Large, Yellow

The Mountain Kids Golden Retriever Puppy T-Shirt, Large, Yellow
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • 100% preshrunk cotton
  • We are pioneers of water based ink and have perfected it's use to create photo-realistic imagery that is Not attainable by other screen printers
  • Created, developed, dyed, and printed in Marlborough, NH
  • The Mountain uses only environmentally friendly water-based inks and dyes
  • Oeko-tex 100 Certified which guarantees our shirts are free of chemicals harmful to your body

The Mountain Rising Sun Tiger Child T-Shirt, Gold, Small

The Mountain Rising Sun Tiger Child T-Shirt, Gold, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • 100% preshrunk cotton
  • We are pioneers of water based ink and have perfected it's use to create photo-realistic imagery that is Not attainable by other screen printers
  • Created, developed, dyed, and printed in Marlborough, NH
  • The Mountain uses only environmentally friendly water-based inks and dyes
  • Oeko-tex 100 Certified which guarantees our shirts are free of chemicals harmful to your body

O'Neill Youth Basic Skins UPF 50+ Long Sleeve Sun Shirt, Watermelon, 6

O'Neill Youth Basic Skins UPF 50+ Long Sleeve Sun Shirt, Watermelon, 6
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Skin Cancer Foundation Recommended Product; UPF 50+ Ultraviolet Protection
  • Perfect For Surfing, Swimming, Paddle Sports, Boating, And Beach Days
  • Comfortable Yet Durable 6oz Polyester/Spandex Construction
  • Minimal Seam Placement For Maximum Rash Protection
  • Slim Fit: Fits Close to Body, But Is Not Tight

Colorado Campsite Beauty Queens

Several beautiful outdoor girls come face to face with modern technology of the 1960s.

The spring of 1968 found me and three of my friends on another camping trip in the beautiful Southern Colorado Rockies. Fully fitted and ready to go, we hiked with our backpacks stocked with supplies (including Snack Packs) up into a low level camping area that boasted a nice little trout lake and clean grounds. We had the area all to ourselves when we arrived, and after setting up camp, we settled down to a nice dinner, and a warm campfire. We ended the evening early to hit the lake at sunrise for what promised to be some great fishing.

After nearly catching our limit by mid morning the next day, we decided to head back to camp and get the mess cleaned for an early dinner. Looking forward to a nice relaxing evening by the fire, we arrived to a scene that had changed considerably since we'd left. A van load of some of the most beautiful young ladies I'd ever seen had setup camp about twenty-five yards or so from our spot, and they had smiles as big as the mountain range itself. This was turning into a trip made in heaven, and it just kept getting better as these campsite beauty queens eagerly accepted our dinner invitation, and even showed up a little early for what they called "the get to know you" hour.

After some casual conversation and good wine, we found out that the ladies were new to roughing it outdoors, and they were relieved to find a nice group of guys like us to, as they put it, "watch out for us and protect us." After more wine, more conversation, and a fantastic meal, it was obvious we were all getting along famously. One of my buddies put on some music, and I made small talk by imparting some of my knowledge on important things one needs to know to insure a successful wilderness trip. One of those "important things" was to pack some of the conveniences of home just to keep the roughing aspect of camping within reason. "No sense in making things too difficult" I told them, as I reached into the food locker and pulled out a few Snack Packs. "Pudding?" I asked, as I handed each of them a can. Impressed with the new technology of pudding in a can (remember, this was 1968), the girls eagerly accepted. While none of us was quite ready for desert just yet, we continued to enjoy the wine and good conversation.

Another hour found us all feeling the effects of a day in mountains, the fresh air, and our third bottle of wine. Remembering the guys and I had planned to get off to another early morning start to go hiking, and feeling pretty tired and slightly loopy, I suggested we all retire for the night. The girls agreed, and so did the guys. My plan was to not rush the ladies, and to hook up again in the morning for breakfast. If we were lucky, they might even take the hike with us.

Now, for reasons beyond my understanding, an idea popped into my head that I'm sure was brought on by the thin mountain air and the wine. I decided it would be impressive to casually toss my unopened pudding filled Snack Pack into the campfire. I'm not sure if I thought my indifference would look cool, or I was just feeling lazy, or both, but it just felt right. Besides, my tent was right there, and the food locker was over by the truck more than fifty feet away; much to far to make the trip. All three of the guys did the same thing, and tossed their unopened cans in the fire along with mine. Evidently it looked like a good idea to them too. The girls didn't seem to notice as they kept talking, giggling and enjoying the fire. Saying good night, the guys and I made our way to our tents.

I entered my tent and got ready to sack out. Just as I started to get comfortable and fall off to sleep - it started. First, one loud bang rang out with a low level thud like a mortar shell that sent a Snack Pack can sailing more than fifty yards in the air. I nearly jumped right through my tent window flap. Then there was another bang, and another, and still another. The screams were unbelievable as each of the girls, helpless victims caught in this spontaneous assault, tried to move out of range of the scalding, air borne pudding clumps that were splattering on their legs, faces, and arms. Cries of intense pain and horror rang out through the forest - rebounding off the cliff walls and shooting across the lake as creamy two-hundred degree pudding napalm rained down around them on all sides. Sounds of clanking pots and pans crashing to the ground filled the air as the girls scrambled and kicked over the camp stove and all its contents - running toward the safety of the tree line, and as far away from the fire as possible.

Then the counter attack started. Screams of intense pain gave way to some of the most foul language I'd ever heard directed at me by a female voice- and I was in a rock band! "You son of a b*^!" rang out over the campsite followed by a litany of curse words and foul compound sentences that would make even the most hardened prison camp torture victim blush with embarrassment. Crying voices mixed with a genuine deep tone of hatred shouted out incredible rant after unbelievable rave for what seemed like an eternity.

After estimating the number of Snack Pack cans that were thrown into the fire, and concluding that it was safe to finally go outside, I poked my head out of my pudding proof tent to see all of the girls wiping off the steam powered chocolate and vanilla ordnance that made the Snack Pack treat in a can so devastating. The guys had already made it out of their tents but could do no more than stand and stare, looking on in amazement, afraid to make a move for fear of physical retaliation.

Needless to say the ladies had forever lost their coy interest and charm. Reaching for the first-aid kit, I tried to take charge and ease the situation by making light of their blisters, pretending not to notice the fused clumps of matted hair, and their pudding stained jeans; but it didn't make any difference. The girls would never come around. Noticing a definite chill had moved into the area, the boys and I decided it was probably not a good idea to stay. We packed up camp, voiced our goodbyes, and left the grounds to avoid any possible retaliatory strikes that might come later. I'll never forget that trip. Even today when I reach for pudding in a plastic cup, I'm reminded of that night in 1968 when the modern miracle of pudding in a can came face to face with four Colorado campsite beauty queens.

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