So we all know that men are incredibly hard to buy gifts for, so I thought I would share a few unique ideas for this holiday season:
- This Hammock from ENO is a must have in the camping world these days. It is designed to safely support a maximum capacity of 400 pounds. It’s lightweight and portable for hiking, camping trips to the park or in the backyard. It can be quickly secured to trees, poles or any permanent structure.
- Be sure you also get the suspension straps for the hammock as they aren’t typically included.
- We are a camping family and couldn’t do without out Coleman Propane Stove and our Lanterns.
Want to inject some “style” in your man? Stitch Fix just released a service for men. They have an option to give a gift card so he can try it out! How does Stitch Fix work? They enter their sizes as well as clothing preferences and their stylist sends a box specifically picked for them. The styling fee of $20 is credited toward any purchase from the box.
If you have a music lover in your life, maybe consider this BOSE Bluetooth speaker is a great gift that everyone in the family can use. It can easily be moved around the house and taken on trips. You can also get a nice case that will hold the speaker and the charging cord.
For any man in your life:
Dollar Shave Club – Every man has to shave right? I’ve heard such great things about this club. There are no long term commitments, membership can be cancelled at anytime. The monthly razor refills are less than $10/month, if the recipient chooses to continue after their gift subscription runs out and you can adjust the frequency if once a month is too often.
The 3 month gift box($55) includes:
Any gift ideas that have been a hit among the men in your life? Share in the comments below!
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