Birthdays. Valentine's Day. Anniversaries. Father’s Day. Graduation. The calendar is chock-full of occasions for gifting, so coming up with the goods for 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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We named the ShakeSphere one of 2019’s best fitness products for good reason: the internally seamless capsule employs centrifugal force to cleanly blend protein powder, water, milk and even some solids (like peanut butter and bananas) with vigorous shaking.
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 isn't a tacky keychain from the airport — it's a dainty keyring from Brooklyn-based design brand Craighill. Your keys have never looked better.
Get them this desk mat to make working from home feel less like work. It's hard to describe what a desk mat can do for your psyche, but when you try one, you'll get it.
The Merino Wool beanie from Colorful Standard is our pick for the best beanie you can buy thanks to its superior construction, multitude of color options and ultra-fine merino wool
Whether he can cook or not, Omsom will make sure dinner comes out excellent every time.
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. Kinto's are glazed on the top in muted colors that accentuate the bare clay base. The best part is they stack for those tight on space.
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.
You don't need to drink a scotch older than you in this glass to understand why your whiskey glass matters to your overall drinking experience. So feel free to go ham on the Jack Daniel's.
Socks are the new shoes during the work-from-home era, so invest in a pair that looks good, feels good and does good.
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.
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.
The de facto pour-over coffee brewer is affordable, durable, travel-ready and as beginner-friendly as a pour-over dripper gets.
Combining a fork, spoon, dual-edge, spatula, bottle opener, can opener and veggie peeler into one compact format, the ComplEAT proves that it is indeed possible to get excited about campsite cutlery.
A great foam roller doesn’t have to cost a fortune. The durable Grid features a multi-density exterior to support superior myofascial release and aid muscle recovery — and the free online video library that comes with it ensures optimal use.
A watch pouch with a leather exterior and suede lining for those trips when one timepiece is not enough.
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Yeti’s Rambler sets the standard for durable, daily-use water bottles.
Can't figure out what plant to get him? Let The Sill founder Eliza Blank choose two for you. We're sure you won't be disappointed with the picks.
The new traditional means maintaining those traditions that are scarily becoming endangered. Read up on the passions of others and you may start up a new hobby of your own.
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.
Trade connects dozens of coffee roasters across the country with those craving yet another cup of joe. Give the caffeine addict in your life a few bags to keep them jittery until their next shipment comes.
Hands down one of the best new whiskeys you can buy.
You obviously have to care about a person if you’re going to get them a gift. Elysium’s Matter shows that you really care — the supplements help delay brain aging so you can keep on gifting year after year.
The convenience of phone cameras make it easy to capture all your favorite moments in one place. But there's no denying that physical photographs and art prints are way better. Get them framed to keep them around for as long as possible.
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).
How do you shop for the guy who owns the fanciest, rarest things? Aim for gifts he wouldn't anticipate.
When we made this cast-iron skillet a Just Get This pick, we also meant you should just get this as a gift.
A trusty pair of chinos always goes a long way. And it's tough to beat these from Everlane.