Gift Guide 2017: Gifts for Him

Men are honestly some of the trickiest people to shop for during the holiday season. Many prefer practical gifts, some don’t like to be surprised and some don’t want anything extravagant. But maybe this is the right time of year to spoil the men in your life and show them how special they are. From large gifts to stocking stuffers, we’ve got you covered!

Here are my favorite gifts for him this year:

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#1: Marshall Stockwell Portable Bluetooth Speaker ($299.99, IndigoChapters). Why buy any old bluetooth speaker when you could have one that looks like this vintage amp? Perfect for a home office or even in the right mid-century modern living room.

#2: Houndstooth Gloves ($22.99, Target). Gloves make a perfect, practical stocking stuffer. These ones have leather palms and wool houndstooth tops.

#3: Gentleman’s Hardware 12-in-1 Stainless Steel Kitchen Multi-Tool ($38, Nordstrom). Perfect for the man in your life that carries a Swiss Army Knife – this multi-tool from Wild and Wolf has 12 different kitchen attachments!

#4: Conair Wood Pocket Comb ($5, Target). This wood comb is way more fun than a regular plastic one! It makes a perfect stocking stuffer.

#5: Argan Beard Conditioning Oil ($26.99, Mammoth Beard Co.). This Calgary-based company has some of the nicest men’s grooming products out there – for both the bearded and the clean shaven. Made of high-quality and natural ingredients, these products are a must-have for the man on your list.

#6: Olivina Men Vanilla Bourbon Organic Lip Balm ($3.99, Target). This tasty lip balm is 100% organic and features ingredients like olive oil and cocoa butter. Perfect for those dry winter days! I might pick one up for myself, too!

#7: Timex Weekender Watch ($54.99, Target). I love how casual-chic this watch is! It’s simple but still really nice (and affordable as a stocking stuffer, too!). It comes in a variety of band styles and a couple of different face colors.

#8: CLIC Card iPhone Case ($67.50, Nordstrom). This handy phone case doubles as a wallet for carrying a few cards. It’s lets him carry one less thing in his pockets (or in your purse!).

#9: Silicone Ice Ball Moulds – Set of 2 ($12.50, IndigoChapters). If the men on your list are drinkers of whiskeys or spirits of any kind, this is the ideal stocking stuffer! I’m a bourbon lover and whether it’s in an Old Fashioned or on the rocks, I use these. I have a few sets going in my freezer at all times.

#10: That’s What She Said Game ($25, Target). Along the potentially offensive and completely hilarious lines of Cards Against Humanity, this game is so much fun! Definitely perfect for get togethers that involve cocktails.

#11: S’well Wenge Wood 25oz Bottle ($58, IndigoChapters). My husband and I love our s’well bottles so much – we take them everywhere. They keep water cold (even when you leave it in a hot car) and teas and ciders warm!

#12: Top Gun ($24.99, Target). This digital copy of most men’s favorite movie is in Blu-Ray 3D and Blu-Ray 2D. If you’ve never seen it – that’s the perfect reason to buy this copy for your man!

#13: Bradley Digital 4-Rack Smoker ($369, Amazon). Yes, this is a more extravagant gift (and will take a considerable amount of paper to wrap!) but it is so worth it. We have the 6-Rack version and it is one of the best purchases we ever made. If your man loves BBQ then he can make his own with this bad boy! There is also a long list of accessories, seasonings, bisquettes, sauces and more that make excellent stocking stuffers!


 

Looking for more gift inspiration? Check out these guides as well:

Gifts for Him 2016

Gifts for The Outdoorsman

Valentine’s Day Gifts for Him 2016

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Tech Gifts 2016

 

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Carlee Krtolica
Carlee Krtolica

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