Some other special Christmas gift ideas for men can include barware or grilling supplies. Personalized coasters, mugs and decanters all make for great presents for guys, as do aprons that let everyone know just how good his burgers are. Other great gifts for him are customized t-shirts and mugs. Let the world know how much you love him by spelling it out!
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.
Here Fishy, Fishy! – Fish aren’t stupid. They know there’s a hook hidden beneath that lure that could yank them to their demise. But some lures are… more so beautifully enticing that the fish can’t not bite. They’d rather risk death than live without it. The Lure Making Kit lets him mold his own lures and harness the powers of plastic persuasion. less
Picking a grooming gift can be a feat — what if he doesn’t like the product? What if it doesn't match his skin type? What if I only have the budget for only one full-sized product? With Olivina’s all-in-one-set, the all-natural brand packages up the best of their products in a try-em-all gift set that won't shock a budget. Aluminum-free deodorant, 2-in-1 shave oil, all-in-one body wash, and a conditioning shave cream, all in Olivina’s best-selling bourbon cedar scent.
A reliable everyday carry kit is essential in the modern man's repertoire, but all too often kits wind up feeling aggressively heavy duty. I mean, who really needs a shank on their key ring? Luckily, Huckberry kept real needs in mind when they curated this kit. From a lighter to a screw key (both Philips and flat head) to a woodchuck with fire steel, a wire saw, and a striker nameplate, it has all the go-to essentials. Hanging on a sturdy split key ring with a lightweight frame, it's easy to tote around wherever the day takes him.
A lot of graduates are coming out of school with little knowledge of cuisine or the human palette as it pertains to tastes not including mac and cheese or $1 pizza (yes, it exists). A cookbook is a nice way to make sure they can get off on the right foot post-graduation, maybe eating some vegetables and enjoying the activity itself rather than relying on the same cheap eats out of habit or lack of know-how.
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.
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.
His company will likely give him business cards, but he's not likely to already have a business card holder he can feel good about pulling out of his pocket, and this is certainly nicer to have than spending a couple minutes trying to wedge your business cards out from grubby dollars and win-a-free-bagel punch cards in his wallet. A business card holder looks competent, polished, and thoughtful.
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.
Hockey is a violent sport, there’s no denying that. So what do they do with all the broken sticks? As it turns out, some of them get turned into grilling tools. These three-piece sets – which include tongs, a spatula, your choice of a brush or fork, and an optional bottle opener – feature handles made from real hockey sticks that were actually used on the ice.
Score a par-fect Valentine's Day when you gift your sports fan this fun golf ball set. Personalize a dozen Callaway golf balls with his name printed on the front with a variety of six heart-warming designs. You get two golf balls of each design with cute and clever sayings, like "Tee-rific kisser" and "You drive me wild." Make his next golf game all FORE love with this unique custom golf ball set!
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.