Shopping for a significant other? A friend? A "friend?" Your dad? Start here.
Whether you’re shopping for your significant other or looking to put a little pep in your step with a Valentine's Day gift for yourself, our list of the best Valentine’s Day gifts for men includes gifts any man would enjoy. Maybe they have a sweet tooth and would love some chocolate. Maybe you have a budget under $50. Or maybe you're like the majority of us who waited until the last minute. Whatever the case, here are 35+ of the best Valentine's Day gifts for men.
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If he has a sweet tooth, pick something up from Milk Bar. Valentine's Day specials include truffles, red velvet cakes, cookies or combinations of them all.
If he's a knife guy or could use a daily blade just for opening letter, this folding knife will instantly become an heirloom piece.
Thanks to weather-resistant face fabric, a fleece lining and a trim but flexible fit, this softshell jacket is ideal for everything from high-mountain climbing to backcountry skiing.
A leather mouse pad is a worthy upgrade from whatever he is using now (if he's using one at all). This one from Grovemade is a WFH essential.
For anybody that needs music while they run or work out, these are the wireless earbuds we recommend. They’re dependable and durable, and the charging case is the most pocketable we’ve seen.
These versatile shorts are simply our favorite. Whether he's logging miles in the park or working out at home, Ten Thousand's Interval Shorts are just the ticket.
If he can't decide what to make but loves to cook (and grill), a meat subscription is a great option. Porter Road offers a bunch of variety and always sources its meat ethically and with discernment.
The Theragun Pro is powerful and quiet, making it one of the best percussion massagers you can buy. Now he won't need a professional masseuse to work out the aches and pains after every run or gym session.
Keeping devices charged can be a hassle with all the cords and plugs. Free his space of clutter with this charging base from Courant, which can hold multiple devices at once and is compatible with anything that supports wireless charging.
This whiskey was originally made by the first ever recorded African-American whiskey maker, Uncle Nearest, who also happens to be the man who taught Jack Daniels how to do it (yes, that Jack Daniels). If he likes whiskey, this is a no-brainer.
Anthony Bourdain said you really only need one good chef's knife to do anything in the kitchen. If you don't take our advice, take his.
With a built-in heating element and a super-close shave, this razor is its own premium barber shop.
Does he really enjoy smoking weed? The gravity bong Seth Rogen uses might be a bit pricey, but if he'll use it and you're looking for a premium gift to invest in you could do a lot worse.
Bodum’s staple French presses work, are easy to clean and come nice and cheap. The Brazil line is a little better looking than the standard options.
Lord Jones uses hemp-derived CBD to make gumdrops that promote calmness and a sense of well-being. You can gift them as a one-off or make it a monthly subscription.
The quintessential field watch from Hamilton gives a subtle nod to military styling and can be worn doing chores or at the office.
These Dominican Cigars are the gift that keeps on giving this Valentine’s Day. The Best Sellers Sampler pack features all of the favorites, from the coffee notes of the La Aurora® 107® Ecuador Robusto to the sweetness of the La Aurora® Cameroon 1903 Robusto.
If he loves spending the morning over the stove making bacon and eggs or searing a ribeye for dinner, a well-made cast-iron skillet is a kitchen essential that gets better with every meal.
Whether it's Valentine's day, his birthday, Father's Day, or graduation, here are 60+ gift ideas every guy will love.
It's time for an upgrade to the old lawn chair he had in his first apartment. This one looks great, is super comfortable and will help him forget that you tossed his old one.
A classic 70s-style lamp adds form and function to any home office setup. In WFH for the long haul, adding some extras beyond computer accessories will make spending days at his desk more enjoyable.
We obsess over office chairs at GP and this is one of our all-around favorites. WFH has never been so comfortable.
The perfect running hat from our favorite running hat maker: COOLwick fabric minimizes moisture, UPF +40 sun protection shields your dome and reflective detailing keeps you visible on after-dark jaunts.
The idea of returning to gyms might sound bad after the pandemic, so bring the gym home with this compact workout system that features hundreds of classes, offers instant feedback, and comes with everything he needs to stay fit at home.
A perfect concoction of rosewood, thyme and bergamot that you both will love. Yeehaw.
Sore and tense muscles are inevitable, but relief is not. A massage ball aids recovery and helps get to the hard-to-reach places like the back and hips.
Sure, working out in cotton tees is fine, but you can help him step up his game with this excellent tech tee from Lululemon that will help wick sweat and keep him going.
Bourbon is one of our favorite gifts for any guy. Plus a bottle at this price point works just as well for a collector as it does for someone who simply enjoys sitting down with a whiskey after work.
It's winter and we all need some extra hand moisture. With Aesop's premium version, he’ll never go back to the cheap stuff. And he’ll thank you for it.
This scotch is aged for 14 years in ex-bourbon barrels, and finished in deeply-charred virgin American casks. This bottle will delight any whiskey enthusiast, whether they're a scotch man or a bourbon guy.