Shopping for guys can be difficult. By the time you know they want something, they’ve already bought it. That’s why I’ve created gift guides based on 3 common types of guys: The Business Man, The Techie, and The Outdoorsman. Check ’em out!
1. Proper Binoculars – $500-$1300
Choose a stock set of binoculars or have a custom set made for him, so you can get exactly what he wants. Each set is nitrogen filled and scratch and oil resistant, so you know they’ll last.
2. Portable Parachute Hammock – $45
Available in 17 colors this hammock is great for hiking, camping, bouldering, you name it! It’s very portable, only weighs 13oz, and can hold up to 400lbs.
3. Great Outdoors Bag – $129
This stylish bag feels just as comfortable in the outdoors as it does in the city. Made from highly weather-resistant 900-denier polyester ripstop with a thermoplastic urethane film laminate and a durable water repellent (DWR) finish. This 60L bag has enough space to hold A LOT of his gear. It also converts into a backpack, so he has multiple options when carrying it on the trail.
4. Rugged Charging Cable – $20
Replace his frayed Apple charger with something that will last. These cable are covered in a braided fabric and a money back guarantee. Available in multiple colors.
5. The Last Water Bottle He’ll Need – $30
I’ve tested a lot of water bottles and this is my favorite. It keeps water cold all day, is super easy to clean and is rugged enough to last.
6. The Essential Outdoor Pants – $85
These are some of the most comfortable pants I’ve worn, and they’ve very customizable. You can choose the individual waist and inseam for a perfect fit. They’re ventilated with breathable liners, repel both water and abrasions, and have roll-up leg snaps which bike commuters will appreciate. Available in 6 colors.
7. Thermal Imaging on iPhone & Android – $250
This lightweight attachment gives his Android or iPhone FLIR thermal imaging. It measures and temperature differences and displays them in real-time in a video. It’s great for tracking animals or finding cold spots around the home.
8. Active Outdoor Polo – $79 + 20% Off
The perfect polo for the outdoors. It’s made with Arc’teryx DryTech cotton polyester blend to wick moisture and dry fast.
9. Fireside Espresso in 90 Seconds – $40
There’s no reason to go without the magic elixir of life while camping. This rugged stainless steel brewer can create delicious espresso in 90 seconds from a campfire or portable cooker.
10. Newest GoPro – $400
The newest GoPro is $100 cheaper than the older version and has A LOT of new features. The entire case is now waterproof, it has an integrated touchscreen, significantly improved video stabilization, voice control, and can automatically back up video and photos to the GoPro cloud.
11. Winter Puff Jacket – $111
Water repellant and filled with a thick down, this jacket is mountain ready. Available in 4 colors and only $111!
12. Wood Watch – $229
The newest of Jord’s wood watches the Conway series stands out in a good way. The style shown features a Zebrawood and Dark Sandalwood band with sapphire crystal glass to stand up to whatever you want to throw at it. Available in 3 styles, and I can attest that is it very comfortable to wear.
13. Hot Coffee All Day – $40
There are lots of travel coffee cups out there. Why is this one so great? It doesn’t have an intricate locking mechanism in it that is impossible to clean and it keeps coffee hot longer than anything I’ve tested. This is my go-to coffee container. I like it so much, I even use it at home when I’m not traveling.
14. Classic Outdoor Vest – $99
Slim-fitting, stylish, and water resistant: this is the iconic outdoorsman vest. It’s filled with the most thermally efficient synthetic insulation available, so it’s as functional as it is stylish. Perfect on the trail or the village at the base of Aspen.