Mother’s and Father’s Day Gift Guide

She Safari Pro Series Shirt She Safari is another clothing company that has come to the aid of outdoorswomen in recent years. Its Pro Series shirts and pants are made from soft, silent materials and cut to fit women properly. Moms and wives can forget about wearing their sons' and husbands' hand-me-downs forever. ($40; Outdoor Life Online Editor

Prois Pro Edition jacket There has long been a dearth of hunting clothes designed for women, but several new companies are working to remedy that situation. One of them is Prois Hunting Apparel. Its Pro Edition hunting jacket offers all the features you'll find in top-of-the-line men's gear, but it's cut to fit a woman's body. The water-resistant fabric is super-quiet and stops a good amount of wind. Plus, there are pockets seemingly everywhere. ($135; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Cabela's Departure Pouch For the mom who loves to travel, Cabela's Departure Pouch is the perfect accessory to keep things organized when she's on the go. Features include a large main compartment, two additional pockets and a removable cell phone case. ($20; Outdoor Life Online Editor
White River Hobbs Creek Fly Outfit White River's new Hobbs Creek fly-rod-and-reel outfit is the perfect combo for the beginner flyfisher. It boasts many features you'll find on more expensive rods and reels, but it won't break the bank. Mom will use this rod for years. ($113; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Irish Setter Ladyhawk Boots The pink camo Irish Setter Ladyhawk boot is part of the larger Ladyhawk line, which is designed to improve the overall fit, comfort and performance of women's hunting boots. Five dollars from the sale of each pair will go to breast-cancer research. ($119; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Bass Pro Shops XPS Crankbait Kit Mom will be able to cover the entire water column with this set of five crankbaits from Bass Pro Shops. The baits range in size from 2 1/4 to 2 3/4 inches, and each has a different diving depth. ($16; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Oakley Disobey Sunglasses The gradient tint of Oakley's stylish polarized Disobeys is perfect for fishing: The darker top portion of the lenses blocks out UV rays, while the lighter bottom part allows clearer vision straight ahead and downward. ($160; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Wenger Nail Clipper Swiss Army Tool Get Mom Wenger's new Swiss Army nail clipper and she can give herself a manicure while sitting her deer stand. Other tools include a file, nail cleaner, tweezers, toothpick and scissors. ($30; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Browning Shooting Vest Mom will turn some heads at the gun club when she's sporting Browning's new brown-and-pink shooting vest. (It comes in other color combos for less flamboyant shooters.) The vest includes a sewn-in Reactar recoil-pad pocket (pad sold separately). ($65; Outdoor Life Online Editor
MacDaddy's Hope Pendant From MacDaddy's "Pink Ribbon" collection (proceeds go to breast-cancer prevention and recovery) comes the Hope sterling silver and pink cubic zirconia pendant. The 14K gold and pink sapphire version costs about $1,400. ($60; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Underwater Kinetics Ultrabox This is the last storage box Dad will ever need for his boat. The UK Ultrabox comes in six sizes, is waterproof, air-proof and moisture-proof, and even has a mechanical pressure valve to ensure easy opening after altitude or temperature changes. The interior is lined with a slip-resistant material, the lid has a removable mesh pouch and each box comes with a lifetime warranty. ($14¿$31; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Fieldline Camouflage Duct Tape Gray duct tape is so 2007. This year, get Dad a roll of tape he can use for everything from covering exposed metal parts on his tree stand to temporarily patching up a puncture hole in his duck waders to repairing the camp toilet seat he "accidentally" broke. The possibilities are endless- maybe you should get him two rolls. ($8; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Nikon Archer's Choice Range Finder Nikon's new range finder was designed with bowhunters in mind. It displays half-yard increments to 99 1/2 yards and its I/D technology compensates for incline and decline shots. Neoprene case included. ($249; ALSO FEATURED… Gear Keeper Tether Retractor What better way for Dad to keep his new range finder close at hand than with a tether retractor from Gear Keeper? ($22; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Primos Trigger Stick A different take on the traditional shooting stick, Primos' new Trigger Stick will be at home in the turkey woods as well as on Western big-game hunts. Strap the gun's forend into the detachable V yolk, and with a pull of the trigger, the gun easily slides up or down as you acquire your target. ($40; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Bird Dog Bay Fly Tie If you just have to get Dad a tie for Father's Day, at least give him one that he'll actually want to wear. Bird Dog Bay makes a handsome, 100 percent silk fishing-fly tie in several bold colors. ($75; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Mother Man Cooler Mother, maker of technical upland bird hunting vests and packs, has brought out a line of rugged soft-sided food-and-drink coolers only a father could love. The coolers, covered in durable canvas and rocking diamond-plate-inspired accents, come in four sizes, including the "Beerholio," which has insulated drink holders. ($16¿$40; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Buck X-Tract LED & Silver Creek Fillet Knife Buck, the venerable knife maker, has all kinds of cool new offerings this year. It's improved upon last year's X-Tract tool by adding an LED to shed a little light. The new Silver Creek fillet knife features a titanium-coated blade and comes in lengths of 6 3/8 and 9 3/8 inches. (Knife, $33¿$39; tool, $66; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Champion Duraseal Spinner Target Here's a great way for Dad to spend more time with the kids. Champion's DuraSeal Spinner prairie-dog targets are self-righting, self-sealing and 80 percent lighter than metal targets of the same size. They come in single- or triple-dog formations, and in orange or black. ($17-$35; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Boyt & Bob Allen Shooting Shirts Tired of seeing Dad go to the range looking like a slob? Get him a couple of dapper shooting shirts from Boyt Harness Co. and Bob Allen, and he'll be busting targets in style. ($45¿$100;; Outdoor Life Online Editor
Bigfoot Camo Bag The multipurpose BigFoot bag will haul a ton of hunting, fishing and camping gear. It can also be used as a ground cloth, tarp or blind. ($40¿$100; Outdoor Life Online Editor

Get Mom and Dad geared up for the outdoors with these cool gifts for stream, woods and range.