One Style Doesn’t Fit All: Why Women’s Clothing & Footwear Matters

Sportsman’s Guide is proud to expand our selection of Women’s Clothing and Footwear. Columbia, DSG, Merrell, Wrangler and more major brands now have a greater selection than we have ever offered. That means more designs and styles all in the fit you want to look and perform the best.

Merrell® Women’s Siren Edge 3 Hiking Shoes

Women’s bodies have biomechanical differences from men’s. For example, some Merrell® shoes address the genders’ difference in Q angle. The Q angle relates to the area below the hip to the knee, which is traditionally angled differently in women. So the women’s-specific Q-FORM® midsole, found in Siren Edge 3 Hiking Shoes, addresses this with adjusted strike zone comfort for the female stride. You can hear more about it from Merrell in this video.

If bodies are different, then seams are different. Lengths are different. Clothing, shoes, and boots need to be done differently.

DSG Kylie Hunting Gear

Hunter Stephanie Ray proudly wears DSG Outwear for hunting, citing the company “eagerly takes feedback from women on how to make their products better”. What she loves most about their gear is the “fit, the functionality, and the variety/options of clothing” to be “comfortable in the changing Michigan weather conditions”. Pictured here is the Kylie line, which we currently have in Blaze colors. Much better than the “oversized men’s camouflage” Stephanie used to wear.

So take a look at our website. You will find more fun, colorful tops from Ariat…check out those flowy tunics and Western button-ups. Plus, high-tech gear for all seasons from Columbia. And overall, more choices in top brands of women’s clothing and footwear than ever before.

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