On the impossible-to-shop-for list, men are rivaled only by eccentric billionaires and pet rocks. We’ve all been there—staring at aisle after aisle of gifts, stricken with fear and the desire to run out crying. But there are only so many ties, funny socks and shiny watches you can buy your guy before he starts to get suspicious that your shopping skills aren’t as sharp as you claim.
Don’t fret—we’re here to help! Here are our top five must-have gifts for him:
This might be the coolest thing we’ve ever had in stock. (Pause for laughter.) If your guy is a warm-blooded human being of the beer-drinking variety, chances are he probably loathes warm beer. The Chillsner is the absolute perfect gift for husbands, boyfriends, brothers, dads, uncles and even eccentric billionaires.
Manly Texan Dish Towels
Let’s talk about how cute it is when Mr. Man slings a dish towel over his shoulder while he’s manning the grill or smoker outside. Give him a little Texas flair to sling over that shoulder with these colorful, oh-so-Texan dish towels. Maybe he’ll actually use these instead of his wiping barbecue sauce on his pants this time!
Unique Route 66 Clock
No man cave is complete without a fun and funky clock. Make sure he keeps up with the world outside his cave with this rustic clock with a western flair. We love the built-in stand because it means no more holes in the wall; he’ll love the unique addition to his favorite room in the house.
Party Snacks Cookbook
This creative cookbook of fun party snacks is perfect for the culinarily inclined guy in your life. From the two-ingredient impromptu snack to the bites with serious wow factor, there’s something for every skill level and palette in this awesome book, available at SampleHouse.
We’ve been drooling over these sauces from NW Elixirs for some time now. From house-warmings to the Fourth of July to birthdays to Christmas, their line of sauces and marinades makes a great gift for the spicy, mild or sweet man in your life (and is the perfect stocking stuffer for Dad). Pick up a few bottles, wrap them in some Texan dish towels, tie it all up with a big ol’ bow, and you just won Christmas.