Need the perfect gift for the recent graduate? We asked our team of gear obsessives to recommend their go-to products for grads planning a major move, entering the workforce or continuing their education. Here’s their list, starting at $13.
To see more gift ideas, head to our Gift Ideas 2021 page.
Good for hiking, running and everyday wear — plus, they're knit in North Carolina from unbleached, American-grown cotton.
This is a great portable battery for anybody who has an iPhone. The integrated cable means its always ready to go.
Ift they're leaving the nest, that new grad is gonna have to keep their own car clean. This kit will make it easy on them.
Charming and characterful stories of watches and their owners fill this book — it makes for a perfect coffee table appointment.
Lodge's upgraded cast-iron skillet weighs less and performs better than its standard offering. The interior finish is smoother and more rounded in the interior, which allows for easier tossing and less stickage.
The classic whiskey snifter is still the best, and has become the defacto whiskey tasting glass for competition judging and collectors alike.
Keys? Check. Phone? Check. The perfect to-go mug? Hell yeah.
It's not that you won't have time to whip up a great meal once you're working, it's that, sometimes, you'd rather park on the sofa instead. This cookware is for those nights.
Forget the multi-pack. This tee is made from USA-grown Supima cotton and features a classic fit and vintage wash — it's a step up.
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It's important to learn how to keep something (anything) alive at some point after school. Start with this vining philodendron, which is much easier than a fish.
Yes, you're going to gift a recent grad a wooden bath mat because those cloth ones are freakin' disgusting.
Ring stains on the coffee table are for noobs.
This easy-to-install smart home camera works with Alexa and Google Assistant.
Ok, so maybe you can't buy him a bottle of the most sought-after whiskey around. But maple syrup aged in retired Pappy Van Winkle barrels? That's just a nice Saturday morning topper to pancakes.
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It's a camping bowl, a lunch box for work, a vessel for fridge leftovers — wherever the grad you know goes, this insulated bowl will follow.
Is a dry-aged, 2-inch thick-cut NY Strip Steak necessary? No, probably not. But it'll be a helluva meal for him to grill up to celebrate graduation one evening.
It's cheaper than a gift certificate for a sports massage and is reusable too.
The grad you know can fill this insulated bottle with coffee, tea, water or, yes, a favorite cocktail, and drink from it from any side thanks to its innovative lid.
These wireless earphones have excellent battery life, charge via USB-C, and will quickly pair with your iPhone.
If anything will convince the grad in your life he doesn't need to rock that cotton alma mater tee at the gym, it's this shirt.
These go-anywhere shorts are ready for any summer adventure and will last for years.
A classic and restrained style, the Swatch Once Again is well-designed with a traditional look but doesn't take itself too seriously.
Omsom, the easiest way to put food on the table that's not called Cup Noodles.
One of the most underappreciated bourbons of the last 10 years comes from Woodford Reserve, that, with Double Oaked, showed the whiskey world how to make a vanilla bomb of a double-barrel whiskey.
Your phone case says a lot about you. This one is professional, functional and looks damn good.
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