10 KILLER Gifts Every Man Must Have

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Instead of getting those last minute, not-quite-right gifts this year, check out these affordable (and awesome) finds any man will approve of. Get that Christmas shopping done early this year!

1. Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup – $28


Made from only the finest maple syrup by Woods VT Syrup Company, a third generation family-owned farm in Central Vermont. Sap for our Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple syrup is harvested each the spring and cooked down according to a secret family recipe.

2. Areaware Magnetic Walnut Bottle Opener – $15


Sophisticated in its rustic simplicity. A magnetized bottle opener that you will find indispensable. One magnet catches the bottle cap; the other allows the bottle opener to be kept on the fridge.

3. Corkcicle Whiskey Wedge Whiskey Glass – $20


Hello whiskey. Goodbye watered down. Take the edge off with Whiskey Wedge, a more artful way to enjoy your favorite spirits; perfectly chilled, but not watered down. The Whiskey Wedge is perfect for sipping Whiskey, Bourbon, Tequila, or Scotch.

4. Stanley Adventure Flask – $24


Stanley classic 12oz hammertoe green flask is the product grandpa wished he had. The flask is 18/8 stainless steel and won't rust, naturally BPA free. The flask is durable, packable and leak proof.

5. Gerber Remix Serrated Knife – $23


The Gerber 22-41969 Remix Clip Folder Knife is undeniable. The circular anodized aluminum handle is the focus of the Remix’s minimal design. As lightweight as it is tough, this folding clip knife has a corrosion resistant partially serrated blade that opens with one hand.

6. Kobo Craftsmen Leather Candle – $44


A masculine fragrance based on an Italian supercar maker's leather component. This all-leather fragrance combines a delicate leather citrus topnote with a sweet leather amber accord.

7. Thrux Lawrence Hand Crafted Leather Keychain – $25


The hand crafted fob will silence your keys in a fashionable and timeless manner. We use top quality leather and solid brass hardware to create a product that will age beautifully while providing consistent function.

8. Swag Brewery Beer Soap – $10


Beer soap makes a great gift for your favorite beer drinker, homebrewer, or yourself! Scent Descriptions: Oatmeal Stout – Amazingly delicious beer soap that smells like oatmeal stout beer, crushed oats, honey, and milk… don't eat it!

9. Portland General Store Whiskey Scented After Shave – $18


Whiskey After-Shave Splash with sea minerals bathes the skin with the amazing and nourishing properties of the sea. Made without drying alcohol, our splash is a natural alternative for the post-shave routine, full of enriching and refreshing ingredients.

10. Chemex Hourglass Glass Coffee Maker – $70


Known as a pristine coffeemaker, Chemex employs all of the chemically correct methods for brewing. Its hourglass shaped flask is made entirely of glass, a chemically inert material that does not absorb odors or chemical residues.

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35 Responses

  1. Hi Dale, How do I download your free e-book on “creating the life you want”, is it still available?

    1. My 30+ year old son is a recovering alcoholic I too am disappointed as I sent him your link a Kong time ago to keep positive

      1. Hi JM, did not mean to strike a chord. Hopefully your son has sought help in knowing how to control his addictions, as there is no way to shield him from the exposure of it completely.

        1. Not upset, just a little disappointed. He’s always to tough one to find a gift for! Thanks for the reply.

  2. Great ideas, Dale! I just ordered the bottle opener for my dad. Can’t wait to see how he likes it.

    1. Haha! I am very much into the design of a product and I really enjoyed the design and functionality of these particular products.

  3. Fantastic list. I just wish I could find an awesome list like this that would include fitting gifts for women. Maybe somebody’s wife might an awesome list of her own to help out us helpless boyfriends this Christmas. Hmm, wink, wink.

  4. Excited by this blog, only to be turned off by what appears to be an alcoholics wish list. Alcohol does as much (if not more) damage to our society as pornography..

    1. Ah yes. Please enlighten me about the ‘harm’ pornography is doing to our society. So terrible that people can now stimulate themselves via videos of consenting individuals.

  5. There were more gifts non alcoholic related than alcohol related, these are great ideas ! It’s not his problem you people have alcoholics in your family. Ignore the list and move on.

  6. My father is a recovered alcoholic for 19 years bow. he is not in the least bit offended by alcohol or all things related. This list of gifts are just silly ideas that most men would like, heck even I would. My personal opinion, look at another list the internet is filled with them.

  7. I Dont know why wallets, knives for bbqing , shaving kits, office supplies or other things are here. I can write a way better list.

  8. I have read several of your posts over time and saw you as a man of faith, so it surprises me to see so much alcohol in this post.

    1. So people of faith can’t talk about or drink alcohol? Maybe you should examine the life of Jesus a little better. First miracle, water to wine; Says it is ok to drink, but not get drunk; Drinks bread and wine with his friends in their finally dinner together to symbolize His death and resurrection. Don’t be a pharisee and make up rules that don’t exist.

  9. A lot of the gifts in the article are cool, like the Stanley flask, love that company. I bought my husband a thermos. Maybe he could use it somehow for camping, put maple syrup in it or something, lol, I saw them at R.E.I. btw, and my husbands comment was “Wow, that’s expensive.”
    I feel hesitant to encourage anyone to drink, my husband, dad or sons, esp. hard liquor, even if they don’t have a problem with it. It could be easy to develop one for someone with that genetic propensity, and life contains a lot of stress. Causes me to wonder why this is a “man’s” gift also. Are men encouraged to handle life this way, or at the very least, supported in “checking out,” or relaxing with beer. It’s an attitude. I am no prude, enjoy occasional wine or beer, esp. these days, so many gourmet tastes, but there are other ways to relax and enjoy life.

  10. I bought my husband a “Cleanse,” via Chef V, (a juice fast..) for Christmas. He doesn’t need to lose weight or anything, but works hard and struggles with self care. He gets this amazing blend of 7 juices delivered each week now for three weeks.
    I also go him a book about desert plants, but has a lot of maps in it. He loves maps. I got my dad a picture book by LIFE/LOOK publishers, with amazing pictures dating the span and period of his lifetime, major events in history. Also he was in the Navy, and I found a vintage training handbook, (The Bluejackets Manual,) to remind him of when he was a young man in the Navy.
    I sent him a book of questions for him to be able to ask himself to write or tell stories about his life. He is 93.

  11. I’m a strong Christian (I preach at my local church and run the Christian groups at school), but whilst I’m not offended by this list, it is bizarre to see 6 out if 10 bring alcohol related. It probably speaks more about the author and their male friends than anything else. Sadly I can’t see anything “must have” or even one that’s innovative, sorry.

  12. Are an alcoholic…know an alcoholic???
    DON’T buy these gifts keep searching, but for Christs sakes quit whining and keep scrolling.

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