This item was ordered as a retirement gift from my company. I was very pleased with the final product. This is a substantial Fillet Board and very well made. It was great to have the personalization options and I was pleasantly surprised to find that the messages were etched into the board, rather than just being printed text. This item would make a nice gift for any fisherman.
The groomsmen consisted of a hunter, ex-military, a machinist, and a generation that was raised to always have a pocket knife on-hand. So, this was the perfect gift for the group. The knife is a nice weight, which I'm sure will be useful if the window-break feature is ever needed to escape from an automobile wreck. The lettering really shows against the brushed black finish of the knife handle. With one hand, the blade can be easily opened and closed. It is an attractive survival/utility tool and conversation piece.
“Teeth are super important. Actually, there’s a huge correlation between gum disease and dying, and also, the condition of your gums and your teeth does predict a lot. So you might as well keep it healthy,” says Sachi D., a senior at Smith College who wants what the Cut’s Kathleen Hou called “a game-changing electric toothbrush.” According to Sachi, “I think it’s an underrated thing that people don’t pay attention to, and it’s actually really important … Or maybe I’m just a hypochondriac, and I’m afraid of dying.”
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.
Send him back to school after winter break with all the essentials. Whether it’s some sports memorabilia to hang in his dorm, a branding iron gift set to make his college barbecues the talk of the town, or a pile of snack goodies he can munch on when cafeteria food is just too far to get to, he’s sure to love any of these practical and thoughtful gift ideas.
If he has a beard, chances are that he'll need to trim at least once in while. This Philips Norelco beard trimmer will be his go-to when it comes to keeping his look clean and polished. This handy model includes 20 built-in length settings and a vacuum feature — so the counters will remain as clean as his shave. Ideal stocking stuffer for him material. 
The teams of the MLB have seen a lot of stylistic changes over the years, but we still feel drawn to the classic designs from years long gone. Chances are, the baseball fanatic in your life also has an appreciation for the old school logos and/or colors of their team. Well, 59FIFTY has taken it upon themselves to revive some of those old designs in this collection of caps. They’ve even brought forward some now-defunct teams, like the Houston Colt .45s.

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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