Give him what he wants this year by taking his man cave from good to great.
Why: Designed to work with iPhones and iPods, this award-winning speaker system will light up his life — and his man cave — with its color-changing antics. He can even use the A/V out jacks to hook up to the TV and amplify the soundtrack of whatever he's watching.
Where: iHome, $200
Why: With a Spotify Premium account, your guy can download all the music he wants, sync it with all his devices and listen offline — all for a reasonable monthly fee. So even if his internet service goes out, he can keep the man cave bumpin'.
Where: Spotify, $10 per month
Why: Your guy loves the cold, clean taste of a beer pulled from the tap at the bar, so why not give him that experience at home? The BeerTender looks cool while keeping beer at its perfect temperature, maintaining its flavor for up to 30 days post-tapping.
Where: BuyDig.com, $150
Why: You have to have something to fill that BeerTender with! Choose from five-liter mini kegs of Newcastle Brown Ale or Heineken.
Where: Local liquor stores, about $20
Why: Sure, your guy can fill any old glass with two fingers of whiskey and some ice, but why not take his game up a notch? There's nothing more manly than rocks, and these stand-ins for ice cubes won't dilute his favorite drink.
Where: Bambeco, $45
Why: Suntory was named Distillery of the Year for 2013 by the International Spirits Challenge, and Hakushu was one of the most highly lauded Japanese whiskeys. Now is the perfect time to break away from American or Scottish whiskeys and help your guy try something new!
Where: Local liquor stores, $60
Why: The amateur cyclist with a sense of humor will love displaying a bottle of wine or a 750-mL bottle of spirits within this recycled-steel wine caddy.
Where: Eco-Artware.com, $82
Why: There's not a guy on earth who wouldn't love to display the remnants of his on-field glory days in bronze. American Bronzing has options for bronzing shoes, baseballs, caps, helmets and balls.
Where: American Bronzing, $61–$212 (depending on item)
Why: There's no denying that this is a major splurge item, but for the true baseball fan, it might be worth saving up for. Made from the leather of Rawlings gloves and designed in the shape of an actual baseball glove, this customizable furniture will make your man the envy of every sports-fan buddy he has.
Where: Baseball Express, $5,900
Why: No guy wants to serve meatballs for his meatball subs out of your floral-motif slow cooker in the middle of watching a big game with the guys. Give him a slow cooker he'll love to show off while whipping up some "man food." Just be sure to choose the logo from his favorite team!
Where: Crock-Pot, $60
Why: When your guy wants to work out at home, he's probably cutting a few corners with just a set of dumbbells and a bench. Turn his man cave into a true home gym with this Power Cage, which offers options for squats, dips, pull-ups, ab work and more.
Where: Sports Authority, $700
Why: Sometimes guys have to blow off some steam. Give him an excuse to throw punches and burn calories with this Everlast heavy bag.
Where: Sports Authority, $110
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