Let’s face it: you're not going to be able to spring for a big ticket item every year. For those other years when you just want to give a little something, here are some useful and fun gifts that are every bit as thoughtful.
Natural ingredients such as coconut oil and aloe extract make this hand sanitizer a pleasure to use.
If you’re not buying someone boots, then at least buy him something that they can use to protect the boots he has.
Life is stressful enough, don't make him go buy papers. Get him these so he can focus on getting the goods to fill 'em.
Few people have redefined non-fiction the way Hunter S. Thompson did, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is his masterpiece. Everyone should own a copy.
Designed to fit securely in different bottle cages, this bottle is the perfect biking companion.
Recycled cotton makes these socks eco-conscious as well as comfy. Plus, the waffle pattern adds a touch of class to the socks.
A compact Swiss Army knife is the kind of thing that goes unnoticed until you need it, at which point you're eternally grateful to whomever gave it to you.
Upgrade that loofah with this Japanese shower towel that leaves skin feeling softer and cleaner.
The classic Opinel pocket knife has a timeless design and a terrific price point. It's the perfect desk knife everyone should own.
Just because he's an adult now doesn't mean he doesn't still like to toss a football around the backyard.
Pomade works pretty well with all hairstyles, and this one is about as good as they come.
Whether it's his birthday, Father's Day, graduation or the holidays, here are 60+ gift ideas every guy will love.
A T-shirt may not be at the top of everyone's gift list, but nobody ever complains about having an extra — especially when it's as comfy as this one.
Cologne is usually unreasonably expensive, but some solid cologne is a great little gift that he can use daily or keep in his bag for emergencies.
When buying an inexpensive gift, a clever touch is to go for something that is normally disposable and buy a more thoughtful, heirloom version of it instead.
This bottle opener obviously can do what it is made to do, but it also looks tough-as-hell doing it. He'll love grabbing this when his friends need a bottle opened.
Don't skimp on the coffee while out in the field — get Dad this instead.
Thanks to tough but light 18/8 stainless steel, a wide mouth and an integrated lanyard cap, this Stanley classic always results in cheers. (See what we did there?)
This compact journal is perfect for stowing in a briefcase or a glovebox.
If there were one beanie everyone could agree on, we think it would be this one.
If he loves camping or just hanging out in the backyard, this one-log fire is great for cooking up a meal or just providing some warmth for a wine night.
Merino wool, it turns out, is perfect coaster material, and it looks snazzy as hell.
Normal mugs make good gifts, but mugs that keep drinks hot for 5 to 6 hours make great gifts.
This 1,000-piece puzzle offers will offer some blissful, meditative time away from screens.
A screwdriver, a capacitive touch stylus for smart devices, an integrated bubble level, a ruler and a pen. Amazing.
An apron at this price point is rare, especially one that looks this good. In a way, you're gifting his clothes another lease on life by keeping them protected when things get messy.
Staying loose is imperative, whether prepping for a workout or just keeping stress levels down throughout the day. This ball keeps his hands and feet feeling good no matter how tense the day is.
His birthday is coming up. Get him a gift that will make it a special one.