Stuffers For Him
It’s easy to buy stocking stuffers that are more cutesy than useful, but who needs more items that are just going to collect dust? Not your guy, that’s for sure. The shopping sleuths at SheKnows have rounded up some great stocking stuffers sure to get used.
Pine Shave Creme Soap
What better way to get a close shave than with something that’s all natural? Your guy will love (and use) this bar of shaving soap scented with pure dwarf pine oil for a crisp, outdoorsy (read: manly) shave ($6).
Bottle Opener Fridge Magnet
He never has to worry about searching for the bottle opener again. This opener, made from stainless steel, adheres to the fridge via a super-strong magnet so it’s always there whenever he reaches into the fridge for a cold one ($20).
Basic Touchscreen Glove
Not only will these stylish stretch-knit gloves help keep his hands warm, they’ll allow him to use his touchscreen device without his fingers freezing off. The thumb, index finger and middle finger are made with yarn conducive to using a device while wearing gloves ($14).
Bar Games Drink Mats
Even if your guy doesn’t see the table-saving merit of coasters, he’ll be much more likely to use these ones made of recycled paper that feature 30 different drinking games ($12). His table will finally be free of drink rings, and guests will get a kick out of the conversation-starting coasters.
Felt Phone Holder
Help him keep his phone safe from scratches and other mishaps with this sturdy hand stitched felt holder ($6). The cute, colorful protective layer fastens with a simple felt button and loop closure and comes in red, gray and blue.
Prospector Co. Tester Vials Shaving Kit
Any guy on the go will appreciate a way to ensure a close shave no matter where he has to jet off to. This travel-friendly kit ($16) contains small vials of some must-try shaving essentials: K.C. Atwood Aftershave Splash, Peary & Henson Aftershave Splash, Burroughs Beard Oil and Miss Annie Jones Shaving Oil — all housed in a compact metal tin.
There’s nothing worse than being at someone’s house, putting down your beer and then promptly forgetting which beer is yours. Make sure your guy avoids that issue the next time he entertains with these cool beer-identifying bands in several bold colors ($9).
If your guy is a bit (ahem) directionally challenged and refuses to ask for help getting from point A to point B, let him figure things out the old fashioned way (without Google Maps) with this handy compass keychain ($8).
Kent 82T Folding Pocket Comb
Keeping every strand perfectly coiffed — anytime, anywhere — will become a cinch with this handmade foldable pocket comb for easy grooming on the go ($14). These combs are a cut above the average one since they’re saw cut, hand polished and buffed to create soft rounded teeth that don’t damage hair or scalp.
Laundry Soap For Men
Does your guy have an aversion to the flowery scent of your choice of laundry detergent? If so, tell him he can wash his own socks and T-shirts with this man-approved laundry soap made of all natural, gently scented ingredients ($10).
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