Whether he's tuning into an audiobook on the subway or lifting weights at the gym, there's nothing more annoying than a dangling cord getting caught and tangled on everything. Enter the Apple AirPods. Sure, the price may seem a little steep, but when you factor in sound quality, durability, functionality, and ease of use, these babies are worth every penny. Not only will the AirPods immediately connect to his Apple devices when removed from their charging case, but audio will automatically play when the buds are placed in his ears and pause when he takes them out.


Wooden magnets are also good choices. Pick out a shaped variety and add initials, a word or a phrase to the front. Also, include a cherished photo from last December’s first snowfall Sort through all of our personalized gifts for him on Shutterfly, and see how simple it is to buy a gift for every guy on your list. We have memorable ideas for all ages.
They say clothes make the man, but we'd argue that the power lies in the watch. Especially when said watch is a Vincero. From classic Italian leather banded timepieces to sleek, stainless steel chronographs there is a design fit for every man's sense of style. Whether he's a watch aficionado or new to the game, this gift is sure to be put to good use. 

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Speaking of wedding registries, a set of matching flatware would be nice so that they can retire (or maybe even return) the dining hall forks and knives they may have stolen over the years. Senior writer Lauren Levy fell into a rabbit hole of stylish flatware while putting together her wedding registry and “flirted with the idea of Hay’s Everyday Silverware,” which she calls “basic and standard, but also have their own distinct shape, feel, and style.”

Even if you try to avoid last-minute gift shopping, the holidays always seem to bring out the worst in shoppers. People get competitive, impatient and it's really no surprise when you consider the overall ambiance of the gifting season: dizzying lights, warbling choral music on repeat, fake Santas and bratty kids, packed parking lots and the pressure to please everyone — and then some. Hardly what you'd expect from a time touted as being reserved for charitable acts and peace on earth (OK, maybe that's a little over the top).


We watch him sprint up the court, we wear his jersey. And finally, with Kobe Bryant's new memoir, we can get inside the mind of the legendary "Black Mamba". This lavish, analytical book takes a deep dive into how Bryant prepares for each game, including how he sizes up his opponents, how he gets through injuries, how he prepares each day both mentally and physically, and ultimately, how he has persevered and succeeded over his twenty-year career. For the true enthusiasts, beside each coffee table-worthy portrait is a breakdown of the play-by-play of his most historic court moments.

In my unscientific but thorough survey of gift ideas for college students, I would say some 94.8 percent of all college students have, at some point, either received a copy of Dr. Seuss’s Oh, The Places You’ll Go or had it quoted at them. It’s a classic read, but as far as gifts for college students go, it’s clichéd — and you can give a practical, useful, and unique gift to a college student that’s better than that. To make things a little easier, I spoke with actual college students about the most memorable gifts they’ve ever received, the gear and gadgets they use every day, and the items on their wish lists to find the best gifts for college freshmen, gifts for college graduates, and all the students in between.

For the guy who likes to feel good inside and out, the new Fitbit Charge 3 wearable will help maximize his potential. On a technological level, the Charge 3 keeps track of activities, sleep patterns, heart rate, food logging (and more) — all the while offering personalized feedback along the way. And aesthetically, let's just say it's easy on the eyes. Available in a spectrum of colors to suit any style.
For the guy who is either always midway through a podcast or is always carting around his new favorite novel, he will love all the benefits of Audible. For just $6.95 the first few months, and $14.95 after that, the audiobook subscription service gives you access to a library of over 425,000 audiobooks. Each month includes three books per month, including one book and two Audible originals. If you're not a fan of the one you choose, Audible will let you find a new title at no charge.
A new camera would be a great gift for an aspiring filmmaker — or just a student who’s excited to share their study-abroad experience with family and friends. “I love making videos, so having something smaller and easier to transport would be awesome,” says Howard Lin, a senior at University of Florida. “My dream would be the Sony Alpha A9, but it costs quite a bit so most likely not. I think a Sony Rx100 Mark V.”
The great thing about Bespoke Post is that you can offer him either a subscription or a gift card, so that he can pick exactly what he wants. Bespoke Post is a New York-based service that curates monthly theme-oriented boxes full of unique gifts collected from around the States and the world. Each box is geared to fine-tune an aspect of his lifestyle, which means this is not only a fun gift, but a useful one too. 
Sonos makes some pretty great speakers for recent grads. They work well, can be used as a sound system, have useful features like a morning alarm that may sound more pleasant than their phone, and are not so expensive that they can't possibly build upon their collection. If he's planning on entertaining friends, the newest Sonos One is a great option, especially since it now connects with Amazon Alexa. You can read our full review here.
Modern tennis is thoroughly weaponized and only becoming more so. With the constant advances in racket technology, it is only a matter of time before the sport evolves to the point where every served ball vaporizes on impact the moment it is struck, which will require adjustments in the rules. You know what was really fun? Back when men were men, and rackets were wood, and cunning and finesse were as important as brute force. That was good enough for Rod Laver and Arthur Ashe and John McEnroe, and it's good enough for you. Check it out!
A new camera would be a great gift for an aspiring filmmaker — or just a student who’s excited to share their study-abroad experience with family and friends. “I love making videos, so having something smaller and easier to transport would be awesome,” says Howard Lin, a senior at University of Florida. “My dream would be the Sony Alpha A9, but it costs quite a bit so most likely not. I think a Sony Rx100 Mark V.”
Ideal for the Scotch fan on your list, this limited edition Norlan Glass whiskey glass set offers a unique alternative to the typical drinking glass. The Norlan Glass set includes two matte black, hand-blown Borosilicate glasses that will actually make his whiskey taste better. This work of engineering magic was crafted to enhance the flavor and aroma of his drink of choice, thanks to the unique shape of its inner bowl. 
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'NBA 2K16' video game Reward the hoops fan in your life with the latest edition of the popular NBA 2K series. This version boasts more authentic visuals, especially in the look of actual NBA players. The game lets you guide an aspiring player from high school to the pros, control an entire NBA franchise or hone your skills against other gamers around the world.
In 2016 we asked the question as to whether or not the great Western powers will survive globalization, and the answer was: probably not. But what about baseball? And what's more important, really? In this fascinating survey, author Lincoln Mitchell discusses the remarkable multi-national reach of the sport and weighs the different factors that may cause the game to thrive or decline in the face of shifting economic models.
165 different photos are featured in this impressive tome. And each of those photos is a display of unbelievable athletic prowess that exemplifies the upper echelon of physical human potential. For any fan with a bit of space on their coffee table, this superb book is absolutely worth the cost – and will make you look like a hero this holiday season.
Whether he's tuning into an audiobook on the subway or lifting weights at the gym, there's nothing more annoying than a dangling cord getting caught and tangled on everything. Enter the Apple AirPods. Sure, the price may seem a little steep, but when you factor in sound quality, durability, functionality, and ease of use, these babies are worth every penny. Not only will the AirPods immediately connect to his Apple devices when removed from their charging case, but audio will automatically play when the buds are placed in his ears and pause when he takes them out.
Our gifts for sports fans will definitely get him ready for the big game. Whether you choose a personalized stein to hold his favorite game day refreshments, or a bartending kit for his man cave that all his buddies will admire, paying tribute to his love of the game is definitely going to have you hitting a home run, no matter the occasion. You’ll find sports gift ideas for a range of different sporting events; from basketball to baseball, football to golf, the gang’s all here. Personalized kitchenware can combine his love of sports with practical items he’ll get use from every day, and wall plaques that display his favorite moments of the game will be the perfect décor.
With the passing of Thanksgiving and the onset of December, we now enter into the truly manic phase of our gifting calendar. This is it folks — the World Series Of Shopping. Time to get your game plan together. Time to get out to an early lead, take the air out of the ball, and make this an easy W. In that spirit, here are a handful of gift ideas for the sports inclined in your life.
From his favorite football game to the time he witnessed his favorite team win at the buzzer, help your Valentine cherish his favorite sport memories. Gift him this unique Sporting Events Personalized Ticket Album, so he can keep all his original tickets safe and nicely displayed. Be sure to add a loving touch by customizing it with his name or a short thoughtful message.
Evan Sayles, a soon-to-be graduate of Tufts University, would like things for his postgraduation apartment. As he told us in our gift guide for 21-year-olds, “I’ve been asking around, trying to source some household supplies that I could move into my new apartment like kitchen supplies. Something small, portable, but would add utility in my life.” That could include a set of kitchen knives, like this all-purpose, three-piece set from Global. It’s on the expensive side, but if cared for properly, these knives will be useful for years to come.
Sweatpants are the perfect clothing item for the enjoyment of sporting events – especially in the colder months of the year. They’re warm, stretchy (to accommodate the tons and tons of food you will consume in them), and nobody will question your fashion choice whether you are at home or tailgating. These ones, from legendary brand Champion and designer Todd Snyder, are some of the best.
On average, a laptop has a lifespan of about four years. If you've just attended a four-year institution, your own laptop might be on its last legs. Since most companies give their employees work computers, it's not totally necessary to go get another. But for streaming Netflix or surfing the web at home, an iPad can be a budget-friendly alternative that better suits their lifestyle. I bought one for myself as a senior in college, and it's basically all I use at home now almost a year after graduation.
But what about birthday gifts for Dad? Personalized presents, whether it's a monogrammed tie or suitcase, also make great gifts for men, especially around Father's Day. You can personalize anything by adding his initials or his name. Kids can even get in on the action by giving their dad personalized mugs or plaques as about Father's Day gifts. And don't let him forget your anniversary! A framed reminder of your wedding date or the birth of your first child can make for thoughtful, unique gifts for men.
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