13 Best Outdoor Recreation Clothing

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Outdoor Recreation Clothing in 2020


ZSHOW Women's Outdoor Recreation Packable Lightweight Skin Mountain Jacket Quick Dry(Grey,Medium)

ZSHOW Women's Outdoor Recreation Packable Lightweight Skin Mountain Jacket Quick Dry(Grey,Medium)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Quick dry fabric is breathable, velcro cuffs and velcro windproof placket design; Removeble hood could be also folded into the collar and with windbreaker draw cord, hem with elastic clasp, making it windproof and comfortable;
  • Grey nylon front zipper under windproof placket; 3 pockets: one interior pocket and two zipped side pockets for safe storage;
  • Lightweight and quick-dry, can be packed into a same color water repellent bag, easy to carry, 5 colors available;
  • Season: Spring, Summer and Fall; Occasions: Suitable for indoor & outdoor exercise like running, riding, camping, kayaking, cycling, mountain climbing, picnic, hiking, fishing, city walking and etc.
  • Machine wash and hand wash, the washing maximum temperature 30 degrees Celsius, line dry. PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO OUR SIZE CHART.

Ibex Outdoor Clothing City Line Leggings, Black, X-Large

Ibex Outdoor Clothing City Line Leggings, Black, X-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Lightweight stretch Merino/Spandex legging
  • Comfortable 2.5 inch wide elastic waistband
  • Inseam: xs=27", s=28", m-xl=29"
  • Flatlock seams, tag free label

Military Outdoor Clothing Never Issued U.S. G.I. 1 quart Olive Drab Military Canteen with Previously Issued U.S. G.I. 1 quart ACU MOLLE Canteen/General Purpose Pouch

Military Outdoor Clothing Never Issued U.S. G.I. 1 quart Olive Drab Military Canteen with Previously Issued U.S. G.I. 1 quart ACU MOLLE Canteen/General Purpose Pouch
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Canteen / general purpose pouch (used military surplus)
  • Includes new 1-quart canteen
  • Cover features a quick-release adjustable buckle
  • 2 Hook and Loop closure side pockets
  • Made of lightweight Cordura material

Outdoor Research Men's Winter Ferrosi Hoody, Black, Large

Outdoor Research Men's Winter Ferrosi Hoody, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • 86% nylon, 14% spandex, 90D stretch woven ripstop, 100% polyester brushed tricot lining, Thermore 100% polyester 80 g/m2 insulation

Unisex I Camp To Feel Alive Outdoor Recreation Long Sleeve T-Shirt Small Dark Heather

Unisex I Camp To Feel Alive Outdoor Recreation Long Sleeve T-Shirt Small Dark Heather
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • This funny camping gift shirt is perfect for a backpacker or avid hiker who loves sleeping under the stars.
  • Grab your RV or teardrop trailer enthusiast long sleeve t-shirt a size larger for a baggy or loose fit.
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

Ibex Outdoor Clothing Merino Wool Woolies 1 Bottom, Black, Large

Ibex Outdoor Clothing Merino Wool Woolies 1 Bottom, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Lightweight Merino rib-knit baselayer tank
  • 2.25 inch wide comfort waistband, wide cuff detail
  • Gusseted crotch for ease of movement
  • Inseam: XS = 28", S = 28.5", M = 29", L = 29.5", XL = 30"
  • Flatlock seams, tag free label

Military Outdoor Clothing Previously Issued ACU Trouser (Medium/Regular)

Military Outdoor Clothing Previously Issued ACU Trouser (Medium/Regular)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Genuine US Military Issued Surplus
  • Reinforced Seat and Knee
  • Adjustable waist tabs / Drawstring Leg Closure
  • 8 Pocket Design
  • 50% Cotton / 50 % Nylon Rip-Stop Fabric

Coatology Women's Classic Long Down Vest Outerwear, olive, S

Coatology Women's Classic Long Down Vest Outerwear, olive, S
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • 95 percent down 5 percent feather
  • Light weight tech fabric, Stand collar
  • Back pocket detail, two ways zippers
  • Packable, come with travel pouch
  • Body length: 32 1/4 inches (size m)
  • Wide channel-quilting

ZEROBIKE® Men's Soft Long Sleeve Breathable Bicycle Cycling Jersey Polyester Clothing Outdoor Sports Fall Autumn

ZEROBIKE® Men's Soft Long Sleeve Breathable Bicycle Cycling Jersey Polyester Clothing Outdoor Sports Fall Autumn
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Unisex I Hike To Feel Alive Outdoor Adventure Long Sleeve T-Shirt 2XL Navy

Unisex I Hike To Feel Alive Outdoor Adventure Long Sleeve T-Shirt 2XL Navy
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • This avid hiker gift shirt is perfect for a person who enjoys trekking through the woods or national forests.
  • Order your wilderness lover's long sleeve tee shirt a size larger for a baggy or loose fit to wear to a campground or trailhead.
  • Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem

Ibex Outdoor Clothing Merino Wool Odyssey Crew T-Shirt, Black, Large

Ibex Outdoor Clothing Merino Wool Odyssey Crew T-Shirt, Black, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Lightweight Merino tee, first layer
  • Back length from top of shoulder = 29 inch (size L)
  • Flatlock seams, tag free label

Under Armour Storm Powerline Insulated Jacket, Black (002)/Penta Pink, Youth Medium

Under Armour Storm Powerline Insulated Jacket, Black (002)/Penta Pink, Youth Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • UA Storm technology repels water without sacrificing breathability
  • 100% waterproof & breathable with fully taped seams
  • Windproof materials & construction shield you from the elements
  • 10K / 10K waterproof & breathable 2 layer construction
  • ColdGear Infrared technology uses a soft, thermo-conductive inner coating to absorb & retain your own body heat

Ibex Outdoor Clothing Merino Wool Woolies 3 Hoody, Dahlia, Medium

Ibex Outdoor Clothing Merino Wool Woolies 3 Hoody, Dahlia, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Heavyweight Merino blend baselayer hoody
  • 10 inch zip neck with locking pull
  • Raglan sleeves, thumbholes
  • Back length from top of shoulder = 26 inch (size M)

Keeping Your Cat Safe Outdoors

In today's environment there are many dangers lying in wait for the unsuspecting cat, if you allow him to go outdoors. Outdoor cats encounter hazzards such as cars and unguarded areas of water that could curtail at least one of your cat's nine lives!

Many outdoor cats will gain a certain amount of 'street sense' and learn to look after themselves, to a certain degree. More cats die from road accidents and cars than from any other causes. On the other hand, most cats do learn from their mistakes, and few get hit by a car twice. If you've decided to allow your cat to roam free, and are concerned with keeping your cat safe outdoors, try to give him the advantage of an education first. Place your cat in a safe container, such as his cat container box and place it under your car. Start the engine and rev it up hard for a few seconds. Don't do it any longer than that or else he may inhale too many fumes. This should persuade the outdoor cat that a car is a nasty bad thing and hopefully he will learn the lesson to stay away from it and others in the street as well. This works, even though it is being cruel to be kind.

Parasitic infections and diseases are usually transferable from one cat to another, so any cat who is allowed to roam free will be more susceptible to disease and infection than one confined to the indoors. On the other hand, outdoor cats will acquire a larger amount of immunity to many diseases as they are more frequently exposed to low level infections. In meeting with other cats, most will be friendly, but an un-neutered male could be an entirely different matter. It is not unknown for such a cat to attack a kitten.

Domestic refuse, left out in bins and sacks in the garden is of great interest to any cat, not just the feral ones. For some reason, cats seem to be especially attracted to the neighbor's leftovers. Spoiled food scraps, especially when the weather is warm, and if eaten could cause serious stomach upset. Bones, especially from chicken could be brittle and lodge in the cat's throat. Broken glass could be taken internally, or cause damage externally if stepped upon or licked.

Outbuildings are dangerous if a cat gets locked in without food and water. Cats love exploring and especially in areas that are forbidden to them. If they get shut inside the garden shed and might remain undiscovered for some time if the owner doesn't return to open the door. All kinds of weedkillers and chemicals are kept in sheds so be sure you check yours carefully before shutting the door. Keep in mind it's very possible for him to gain access to your neighbor's shed's as well.

Traps do pose a threat to cats who live out in the country. Many are illegal but there are poachers who are still using them and you must keep this in mind in making the decision to allow your cat to roam free or not. Try to regularly check your surrounding wooded areas which are where the trappers will set them up at and if you find them, inform your local police or department of fish and game. They will remove the traps safely for you, as they are very dangerous.

It's not a joke that cat's do really get stuck in trees. Many fire departments will not respond to these calls for help to retrieve your cat down out of the tree. Keeping your cat safe outdoors sometimes calls for a little innovated thinking. Here is a simple trick to prevent cats from being caught up in trees. About 6 feet from the ground, nail some chicken wire onto the tree in a fan shape. This will leave your cat enough room to play and to sharpen his claws on while at the same time preventing him from climbing up any further.

Swimming pools, lakes and ponds are all dangerous to your cat. You must find a way to keep the cat away from the water. Cover swimming pools and ponds with chicken wire to fence them off. Please never use barbed wire.

Theft of cats occurs for many different reasons, the main ones being for vivisection and the increasing popularity of fighting dogs, such as pit bull terriers. The associated rise in theft of cats are used to bait the dogs before a fight. Theft poses very little threat to the cat who is confined to your home, only those who are allowed to roam are at risk. Try to allow your cat outside only when you are around in the area to supervise him. Putting your cat out at night is an open invitation to thieves who find it much easier to operate under the cover of darkness. Putting a collar with your name and phone number is a good idea. Don't put your cat's name on the collar as this makes it easier for potential thieves to call your kitty and have him come to him.

If you can not do these things, at least make him a cat run next to one side of your house and keep him indoors.

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