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holiday gift guide for him 2020

Men are hard to buy for. In my experience, they buy what they need and don’t communicate what they ‘want.’ So it’s a guessing game on how to spend your money. Plus, too many times the ‘holiday gift guide for him’ search comes up with the same beard balm and monogrammed flask. So today I’m doing my best to hone in on what’s practical, enjoyable, and a bit luxurious. Whether it’s your dad, boyfriend, or brother, here’s a pile of presents they’d be glad to have under their tree.

one: a portable sanitizing device because that’s 2020 ($27)

two: this anywhere wireless charger keeps up the juice on all those WFH calls ($60)

three: the theragun elite is a luxury item for your health-centric man ($199-$399)

four: no socks will ever measure up once he tries these bombas marvels ($16)

five: spare the headaches with a sleek pair of blue light glasses ($55)

six: this outdoor pizza oven is the chicest upgrade to any grillmaster ($329)

seven: a waterproof speaker for his portable jams ($40)

eight: the set of bottle grinders that are gorgeous (yet manly) enough for their countertop ($75)

nine: a Google home mini to tech up his spaces ($40)

ten: an athleisure jacket that both my brothers have and my husband wants ($99)

eleven: this body wash bar from clean ingredients that smell amazing and lasts forever ($19)

twelve: these Bose sunglasses with speakers embedded in the frames ($199)

thirteen: a water-resistant backpack for city living or weekend treking ($80)

fourteen: if he doesn’t have AirPods yet, I’m betting they’re top of his list ($199)

fifteen: Allbirds sneakers that are truly like walking on clouds and machine washable ($125)

sixteen: a Yeti tumbler for hot or cold drinks to stay that way all day long ($35)

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