Bestselling Women's Outdoor Recreation Pants in 2020
Singbring Women's Outdoor Windproof Hiking Pants Waterproof Ski Pants Small Gray(01F)
- Fleece pants suitable for Winter,No Fleece pants suitable for Spring/Summer/Autumn
- Soft shell polyester surface layer
- Zippered front pockets
- Adjustable waist allows pant to fit comfortably
- Outdoor pants for hiking,skiing,climbing,traveling,camping,mountaineering,fishing
Arctix Women's Insulated Snow Pant, Black, 1X-Large/Regular
Geval Women's Outdoor Windproof Waterproof Softshell Fleece Snow Pants (L,Black)
- 100% Polyester
- Surface layer water repellent breathable coating,inner layer polar fleece
- Exquisite workmanship,soft and very comfortable fabric
- Two zip pockets,be easier to carry stuff
- Great for Winter outdoor sports like camping & hiking,snow skiing,travelling,climbing,cycling,hunting ect
Hanes Women's Petite-Length Middle Rise Sweatpants - XX-Large - Slate Heather
- Open-bottom sweatpant featuring broad knit waistband
- No pockets. Low pill fabric
- 31" inseam
- Available in petite and regular lengths
Columbia Sportswear Women's Saturday Trail Pants, Black,6 Long
- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Columbia's Saturday Trail Pant features Omni-Shade UPF 50 fabric for maxium protection against the sun and Omni-Shield technology for advanced water and stain repellency to keep you cool and dry.
- Omni-Shield Advanced Repellency
- Omni-Shade UPF 50 Sun Protection
- Roll-Up Legs Convert Pants to Capri
- Straight Leg
Diamond Candy Lightweight Waterproof Hiking Mountain Pants woman's Outdoor Grey Small
- THE FABRIC: quality waterproof fabrics,Anti Microbial,Air permeability,Wear proof,Flexibility,lightweight,comfort.
- WATERPROOF: Omni-Tech waterproof,breathable fully seam sealed. Note: In order to enhance the comfort of the pants, we only designed to prevent small rain, so it is not recommended to use in heavy rain.
- DESIGN:2 large side pockets and 1 front pocket, easier to carry things.Elastic waist can fit your body greatly.
- CROPPED: The perfect combination of "Human Engineering" .Suitable for hiking, mountaineering, tourism, camping etc.
- GUARANTEED:24-Hour customer support,60 days unconditional money back guaranteed.Let your purchase without risk.
Columbia Women's Anytime Outdoor Boot Cut Pant Pants, black, 14Short
- COMFORTABLE ACTIVE PANTS FOR WOMEN: The Columbia Women's Anytime Outdoor Boot Cut Pant is comfortable, relaxing, and cozy. Made with a short (30-inch) or regular (32-inch) inseam, these women's pants are available in multiple sizes.
- DURABLE WOMEN'S STRETCH PANTS: Columbia places an emphasis on product quality by making these outdoor boot-cut pants resistant to stains, rain, and harmful UV rays. They are perfect for daily indoor or outdoor use.
- ACTIVE FIT: Our anytime outdoor pants for women are designed with an active body-skimming fit with end-use mobility in mind. They are comfortable to wear during outdoor excursions or everyday errands. This pant is equipped with a drawstring closure.
- SUPERIOR MATERIAL CONSTRUCTION: You can depend on Columbia products to hold up against constant and frequent use. These 2-way comfort stretch pants are made from 96% nylon and 4% Elastane Summiteer Lite materials, and are machine wash friendly.
- OMNI-SHIELD: Go ahead, try and get dirty. Omni-Shield helps you stay clean and dry by resisting the absorption of liquids. Unlike most fabrics that absorb moisture, Omni-Shield repels moisture and dries quickly-avoiding stains and keeping you clean.
Outdoor Research Women's Ferrosi Pants (Black, 6)
- Zippered thigh pocket
- Abrasion and wind-resistant stretch-woven
- Snap and zipper fly with ribbon drawcord
- Two front slash pockets; two zippered back pockets
- Low profile waist band for smooth fit under harness; free-hanging brushed tricot waistband
prAna Women's Halle Regular Inseam Pant, Black, 12
- Stretch 'Zion' fabric with durable water repellent (DWR) finish
LancerPac Women's Outdoor Hiking Pants Comfortable Waterproof Fleece Warm Snow Pants Black L
- Surface layer use high quality polyester, make the pants water resistent,windproof, flexible and very easy to clean.
- Lining layer is polar fleece, premuim fleece lining keep you warm in cold weather.
- Adjustable waist allows pants to fit you confortably. Front 2 zipper pocket, and back one zipper pockets.
- Perfect for cold weather: camping & hiking,climbing, trekking, skiiings and snowboarding.
- Regular fit, perfect for the most. With enough room for outdoor activities.
ZSHOW Women's Waterproof Mountain Fleece Windproof Ski Pants(Grey, Small)
- Windproof and Waterproof - Windproof soft shell and adjustable draw cord on foot to keep wind out; Surface layer adopts water repellent breathable coating with inside micro-fleece lining to keep warm; Wear-resisting material have a good anti-wrinkle and durable performance
- Elastic Waist - Sides elastic waist provides comfortable fit and allows you to costomize your fit for any occasion; A snap button matches to zipper closure can be really easier and convenient to snap open or close in cold weather with gloves on
- Boot Zipper Pockets - 3 zippered hand warmer pockets with zipper fly and boot zippers for easy on and off access, also good for safe storage space, such as ski pass, keys, phones, wallets, cash, cards, and other important items
- Best Use - Crus parts tightening designed, pants can be stuffed into boots or snowshoes, makes you more slim and flexible during sports; Works well in four seasons, suitable for snowboarding, skiing, mountaineering, travelling, camping, fishing, climbing, biking, hunting, cycling, hiking, running, walking, even working in cold garage during winter
- Easy Care: Available for hand wash and machine wash, do not exposure under the sun and avoid long time soaking to prevent color fading
Columbia Women's Anytime Outdoor Full Leg Pant, Nocturnal,8-R
- Omni-shield advanced repellency
- Omni-shade UPF 50 sun protection
- 2-way comfort stretch
- Modern classic fit
- Regular rise. Full leg
- Inseam length: 32", Short: 29.5"
Hanes Women's French Terry Pant, Navy, X-Large
- Relaxed-fit athletic pant in solid tone featuring wide ribbed waistband with adjustable drawcord
- Cotton-rich fabric is smooth outside and brushed inside for extra softness and comfort
- Off-seam side pockets
- Tag-free waist
- 31" inseam
College & Career Options for Nature Lovers
It's time for high school seniors, freshman, and sophomores to make decisions about their education and future careers. If you love being outdoors one of these jobs may be just what you are looking for.
Landscape architecture is an excellent career field. It is also possible to major in landscape architecture. Schools, churches, playgrounds, clubs, community ball fields, corporations almost all require landscape technicians now. Who is behind the planning of the work done by the technicians? The landscape architect.
Landscape architects are required to gather information about the field in which they are too work. They must analyze, plan, and design the space use for maximum capacity and comfort. Landscape architects now have powerful computer programs to assist them in their work. But they have to be more than analysts and computer gurus. Landscape architects must have good interpersonal skills in order to understand their client's needs, and explain their vision and ideas to their client.
Most states require landscape architects to have a license. This may be obtained after studying landscape architecture, or some closely related field in college. Students who plan to work in landscape design and implementation should consider studying biology, and/or botany in the course of their curriculum. The knowledge of plant life and growth will help you be a better designer, and make your job even easier.
Landscape architects spend a lot of their hours in the office, although they do often have to visit the field. The best news is that this field is growing and currently, the need exceeds the number of trained architects. Landscape architects may plan on making anywhere from $40,000 to $90,000 per year. About 25% of all landscape designers run their own business.
One outdoor career is literally a part of American heritage, that is farming. The use of high tech machines has made farmers in America some of the most productive in the world. Farming is an extremely diverse field, with specialties in many areas. When you think of farming, you think of cows, corn, and pigs. Today, however, livestock includes bison and fish (known as aquaculture). Many farmers grew up on a farm, and instinctively move into the family business. However, if you would like to become a farmer classes in biology, horticulture, and other life sciences will prove beneficial to you.
Farm managers make from just under $400 a week to approximately $800. Some farmers are lucky enough to bring in around $1000 per week. Most farmers are self employed, and the results of their efforts depend on the cooperation of the weather. Drought, or unusually long winters can severely hurt the farming industry. The industry itself is expected to shrink. There are lower projection for farming and agricultural jobs than any other job in the near future. The reason is that smaller farms are being purchased and combined into huge corporate operations. They are run by corporations, and the people in the field become general laborers.
If you are interested in farming, and can't develop an interest in any other area, consider doing research to help make farming, and food production more efficient, and eco-friendly. Jobs like this are available in private corporations, universities, and in the government. Technically, you would be working in the field of agriculture and food science. This type of work requires at least a master's degree, and usually a doctorate in order to be able to perform research. The results of your efforts may be very fulfilling, and could potentially effect the world's food supply. The average pay in this field is $36,000 to $72,000. Some make significantly less, and others make significantly more. Emerging areas of biotechnology are creating more jobs in this field. At this point, it seems to be a better career choice than becoming an independent farmer.
A good choice for people who love the outdoors and animals is to become a veterinarian. This, too, is becoming an increasingly complex science with various degrees of specialization. Veterinarians perform the same services for animals that doctors perform for people, including tending to them when they are sick, performing x-rays, performing surgery, and a myriad of other tasks. The bottom line for a veterinarian is to take care of sick and wounded animals. Veterinarians go to college an additional 4 years, but in exchange for their education and efforts their salaries are quite good. Veterinarians make between $50,000 and almost $90,000, with a few even going over the $100,000 mark.
If you aren't interested in the additional 4 years of college, you may consider being a vet technician or a groomer. People are increasingly willing to pay more for the nurture and care of their pets. There are pet massage therapists and even pet day-schools.
Other fields that may interest those who enjoy being outdoors include: conservation scientists, Forrester's, geoscientists, urban engineers, and surveyors. Be sure to check the Occupational Outlook Handbook for additional jobs, salary, and education information.