Whether it's Valentine's day, his birthday, Father's Day, or graduation, here are 60+ gift ideas every guy will love.
Birthdays. Valentine's Day. Anniversaries. Father’s Day. Graduation. The calendar is chock-full of occasions for gifting, so coming up with gifts for men, be it your dad, best friend or significant other — or all three — is easier said than done. To make your life easier, and your gift better, we’ve rounded up 60 of our most-tested and respected giftable products for a no-B.S. guide to gear he’s sure to love.
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If the dad in your life is a tool guy, plan to make his time in the kitchen much more enjoyable with a gift that keeps on giving. Its flexible abrasive belt sharpening technology uses high-quality abrasives for cleaner knife sharpening, and a flexible backing to create a superior convex edge. Plus, its elegant design looks great on a kitchen counter or can easily be stored in a drawer or cabinet to free up valuable counter space. You know, for other tools.
One of our favorite chore coats, Todd Snyder's denim coat is a bonafide wardrobe mainstay. At the sweet spot of price and design, this will look good on anyone.
Men wear jewelry, too. And if the guy you're shopping for is new to bling, get them something low-key like this titanium signet ring from one of the best direct-to-consumer jewelry brands around.
Know someone who needs to take a chill pill? Dad Grass will help them mellow out with its CBD joints made from 100-percent clean and pure hemp.
This is one of the sleekest sport watches we've seen — where most are enormous on your wrist, this one sits like any other watch he might have. This has all of the features needed for any outdoor or fitness activity, from heart rate monitoring to elevation.
For hard-wearing men's staples that look great in any season and with any wardrobe, look no further than Buck Mason. This cotton linen camp shirt is ideal for throwing on every day all summer long.
Even a casual watch lover needs a spring bar tool, and this is one of the best; keep it handy to easily change a strap, adjust a bracelet and more.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re doing mountain climbers at the gym or climbing an actual mountain — having a breathable tee that wicks moisture and is comfy enough to wear on an off day is essential.
Hands down one of the best new whiskeys you can buy.
When we made this cast-iron skillet a Just Get This pick, we also meant you should just get this as a gift.
Help him achieve his next PB with a little help from the fastest shoes Nike offers.
Brightland's olive oils are made to liven up the kitchen, whether you're cooking a meal, making a salad dressing or serving hors d'oeuvres.
This isn't your third grader's backpack. Get him a handsome, rugged leather backpack that will age just as well he does.
Made from organic cotton and washed in an enzyme wash, this jacket will be soft from the start and only get better with every wear.
The Chuck 70 is Converse’s retro reintroduction of the modern Chuck Taylor. But it’s not just a blast from the past. Everything about it is upgraded, from the canvas to the rubber to the insoles and more, it’s completely worth the price jump.
When David Chang started Momofuku, he probably didn't think it'd turn into the world-renowned noodle heaven that it is today (though he surely hoped it would). If your guy loves to cook up some delectable Asian-inspired dishes at home, this pack is a must-have.
An easy way to make your coffee taste better (even if it's just a placebo effect) is to drink out of a nicer mug. This mug is handmade in an olive orchard in northern California and is dishwasher and microwave safe.
There's a low-ABV renaissance happening, and while it won't replace your go-to hard liquor, Haus' array of apéritifs make a great pre-dinner beverage (or all-day drinking bout).
Yeti’s Rambler sets the standard for durable, daily-use water bottles.
Whether it's his first mechanical watch or his fifth, the Hamilton Khaki Field is the standard when it comes to everyday watches that just get the job done.
The Jack is a modern upgrade on the everyday oxford that he’ll want to wear every single day.
Subtler than some of its more out-there frames, the Apollo sunglasses from Akila are just the right amount of fashion forward without being "that guy."
This GP100 selection packs a ton of good vibes into a unit about the size of a lacrosse ball. The 10-watt motor delivers three speeds of percussive massage that can work wonders around sore necks, feet and other pain points.
The de facto pour-over coffee brewer is affordable, durable, travel-ready and as beginner-friendly as a pour-over dripper gets.
This three-blade knife can do everything you need around the house, at the campsite or on the job.
If you see someone with Aesop hand soap, then you know they've "made it." Help them get there sooner by buying this soap-and-lotion duo.
How do you shop for the guy who owns the fanciest, rarest things? Aim for gifts he wouldn't anticipate.
Quality beer glasses are something you likely won't find in many guys' houses, but you know they're always welcome. This Teku-style set from Made In helps every beer live up to its full potential.
A trusty pair of chinos always goes a long way. And it's tough to beat these from Everlane.
If you're 100 percent sure he's not vegan or vegetarian, get him a box of fresh meat from Porter Road. Beef, chicken, pork — it has it all. It's like omakase sushi but you can't, or shouldn't, eat this raw.