In our last post we shared our Gift Ideas for Women, today we’re back with some gift ideas for the men in your life. They can be hard to shop for, can’t they? Here are some ideas that would be a hit with my ‘boys’. I have two teenage sons so I kept them in mind while selecting these things, along with items my husband would like to receive.
I love this idea–custom team cufflinks. What a fun idea to keep school spirit strong. I am definitely gifting these to some of the men in my life! This site has both college and professional teams, plus all sorts of other school specific gear for loyal fans.
A nice shaving kit may not be the most exciting gift ever, but it does make something they have to do regularly a little nicer. I liked how this kit includes the razor stand and the brush and bowl for shaving cream, all just extra niceties.
We shared the super-popular Stanley Tumbler as a great gift idea for ladies, and for the men I’d suggest the Stanley Camp Mug for a coffee lover or the Stanley Stay Chill Insulated Cup for a beer (or cold drink) person. Looks like they have started their Black Friday Sale too, so the prices are discounted.
The popularity of Yellowstone has made Tecovas Boots even more popular, my husband and son absolutely love their boots. They prefer this Stockton style, but there are other more western-style boots as well. Tecovas also makes a very nice travel bag.
I couldn’t resist getting these “Workwear” jackets for both my boys, they were in style when I was in college but back then we called them “barn jackets” (I think they came from J. Crew?). These are less than $100 and a great in between coat, also one that can be layered over the ever-present hoodies they always seem to be wearing!
Another favorite of my teens are these flannel shirts lined with sherpa, though my husband loves them too. I like the style of this one from J. Crew Factory.
This odd-looking contraption is actually, in my opinion, a brilliant idea and one thing we must get this year–it’s a pizza oven that goes on top of the Solo Stove. We love our Solo Stove (we’ve shared it plenty of times as a great gift idea) and use it often. I was thrilled to find that we could just add this to the top of it to create our own outdoor pizza oven. I am looking forward to fun outdoor pizza nights on our patio all year!
Another popular gift idea is the Opal Ice Maker, never run out of ice again! My husband would agree this is an important goal to have in life. This makes the smaller, crunchier ice that you get in a fast-food restaurant, and it’s one of the lowest prices I have seen.
It seems inevitable that we are going to jump into the Pickleball craze, so I have a set like this on my wish list. This game certainly has a cult-like following and the equipment isn’t expensive, which gives it a low entry barrier. If you want to gift someone something that will get them outdoors playing a social sport, this may just be the key. There are courts popping up everywhere!
While my husband likes to tell me vests aren’t his thing, even this one caught his eye. It’s a nice in between weight layer (as in not too cold, not too hot) and I also think stylewise it bridges the gap between outdoorsy and stylish.
I hope these ideas were helpful!
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