Options for Women’s Range Pants..That are Still Feminine

Anybody should feel their best when they look their best and can perform their best with what they are wearing. Many women's pants in the firearms industry don't allow us to do that. Here is a list of what this female shooter has found for comfortable yet feminine pants that allow us to perform in the outdoors.

Gone are the days that shooters want to actually look like they are going to the range. Those khaki cargo pants with the large ugly pockets draws attention and just isn’t attractive. This goes for women and…men. (Yup, you guys don’t look great either) So what are womens options that still give protection to our skin, the ability to stretch and move, and look good? Here is what I have found (and still wear) to be comfortable pants with enough pockets to get the job done and still make me look like a feminine outdoorsman. Yes, with belt loops too.

Note: These will be organized by pant material and season. I will also put my size as a comparison. I am 5’2 and 130 lbs.

Thin Material/Summer Pants

Kuhl Horizon Skinny
Price: $85.00
My Size: Size 4-32 inseam

Outdoor Research Ferrosi Pants
Price: $89.00
My Size: Size 4-Regular

Medium Material/Spring and Fall Pants

Duluth Trading Company Women’s Flexpedition Bootcut Pants
Price: $79.50
My Size: Size 4-31 inseam

Duluth Trading Company AKHG Roadless Slim Leg Pants
Price: $89.50
My Size: 4-Regular

Womens AKHG Roadless Slim Leg Pants
Photo: Duluth Trading Company

Note: Both of these pants also come in a fleece lined style.

Vertx Kesher Ops Pant
Price:$75.99
My Size: 4-32 inseam

Vertx Kesher Ops Pant

Thick Material/Winter Pants

Outdoor Research Methow Pants
Price: $119.00
My Size: Size 4-Regular

Womens Methow Pants
Photo: OutdoorResearch

Duluth Trading Company DuluthFlex Fire Hose Relaxed Fit Pants
Price: $79.50
My Size: 4-31 inseam

DuluthFlex Fire Hose Relaxed Fit Pants
Photo: Duluth Trading Co
Anna is a Federal Weapons Gunsmith with 8 years of previous experience within the US Army Ordnance Corps (91F). She has taken multiple armorer and weapons proficiency classes to include FN, Knights Armament, and Small Arms Weapons Expert course. She also writes for American Gunsmith, AR Build Junkie, and is active in Precision Rifle sports around the nation.