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.”


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.
One of the things about football is that a good portion of it is played during the coldest time of year. And, when you can see your breath, a normal jersey just wont do. Instead, get your gift recipient one of these authentic Mitchell & Ness throwback sweaters. They each feature a classic design and a are knit from wool and acrylic for both comfort and warmth.
The perfect tech gift all depends on who you're thinking of gifts for — boyfriend, husband, dad, etc. Is he someone who loves using tech to explore and see things in new ways? Introduce him to the aerial photography craze with our huge selection of drones. Maybe he's more of a hands-on adventurer who'd enjoy capturing his exploits on an action cam. Or perhaps he's a pragmatist who likes to have information at his fingertips, in which case wearables like smartwatches and activity trackers could be right up his alley. While we can show you the best gifts for men based on our expertise, you're the one who knows the guy you're shopping for and what will make him happy.

If your giftee is stuck in city slush, throughout the holiday season, bring the winter weather into their home with candles that exude a snowscape. Each of these three different scents is inspired by three of Washington’s national parks. Olympic smells of woodsy red cedar and oakmoss, Rainier of pine needles with a hint of citrus, and North Cascades of season-appropriate peppermint and rosemary. The thoughtful candles are hand-poured in Washington with 100% vegan soy wax and perfume-quality oils.


But there is another way to win Christmas this year, if you're open to ditching the frenzy and leaving the car at home. Shopping online can be your quick fix to getting all your shopping done with a little time leftover for pouring yourself a little rum and eggnog by the fire. With this in mind, we've rounded up this list of the perfect Christmas gift ideas for your husband, boyfriend, father, boss, brother, and more. All of which you can peruse and purchase from the comfort of your couch. From the latest tech gadgets to grooming essentials and drink accessories there's something for every man on your list in this selection of gifts. Get ready to rule the gifting game this holiday season.


A cookbook is always a good gift for a beginner cook, and Amanda Cohen, chef and owner of Manhattan’s Dirt Candy, relied on this one when she was in college. “Will you ever cook from it? Well, I did when I was in university, and the approachable recipes were a great way to ease me into the kitchen,” she said, adding, “And for me, it’s almost like a scrapbook, reminding me of when I tried to make Gypsy Soup, of hours spent poring over the recipes for Vegetable and Walnut Pate, Stuffed Eggplant, and Lentil burgers, trying to figure out how to tweak these dishes to make them better, learning from what they were doing, and slowly, page by page, without even knowing it, becoming a chef.”
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.”

Suits — especially the nice ones — are a large yet ultimately necessary expense for most men, even if it's only for special occasions rather than his everyday job. This is one gift he'll likely use for years to come, will inspire confidence and gratitude every time he puts it on, and is something he will likely need before he has the budget to afford it.
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.
If he's constantly searching for his keys or wallet, he'll get a kick out of the Tile. Easy to attach to just about any item, including his wallet or keys, the Tile works by tracking its own location through the included app. Not only is it durable enough to withstand whatever adventure his belongings take throughout the day, but the tracker functions within a 300 ft range, so he can recover his items from near and far.
'Franklin Barbecue: A Meat-Smoking Manifesto' Any serious griller will appreciate this barbecue guide by Aaron Franklin, arguably the nation's most celebrated pitmaster and owner of Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas. Triumph at your next tailgate with Franklin's tips on customizing your smoker, creating perfect fires, sourcing top-quality meat and cooking delicious barbecue.
Did you ever want to own a piece of living sports history but felt weird putting, say, a goalpost in your home? The good people at Tokens & Icons have tackled this conundrum head on, by repurposing game-worn uniforms, parts of vintage arenas and old baseballs, footballs and other gear used in classic games into wallets, watches and other practical, wearable items. It's cool, it's eco-friendly, it's the football from Super Bowl XLVI turned into cuff links!
Shopping for your favorite athlete or sports fan in your life? We have hand selected sports themed gifts suitable for men of all ages and interests. Sports related gifts for him include baseball, basketball, football and hockey and each personalized with his name or title. Each of our custom designed gifts are perfect for dads, husbands, boyfriends, grandfathers or any number of special men in your life. Start by choosing your gift below, then on the individual product page choose your level of personalization.

Male bonding is practically synonymous with team sports and beer. If you’re looking for the ultimate sports gift for the athletically inclined or the major sports fan in your life, Man Crates is here to coach you to victory. Our selection of sporting gear and team merchandise is high on the list gift ideas for the sports fanatic, and we have gift crates for practically every sport and team. Whether he’s a golf or basketball lover, hockey fanatic or football fan, we champion the art of perfect sports gifts for men.
For fans of now-defunct old-school jersey styles (and the real players who wore them), these classic jerseys are a no-brainer. Boasting a massive collection of classic designs and the numbers and names of some of the greatest NFL players of all time, these Mitchell & Ness jerseys might be the coolest line of revived sports memorabilia we’ve ever seen.
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