Holiday Gift Guide: For the Men in Your Life

Anne’s Picks:

Maybe I am biased because my husband is such a baseball fan, but my favorite pick for the man in your life is Ballpark cuff links crafted from America’s most famous stadium seats.  He may have shed a tear when the old Busch Stadium was torn down, but now he can wear a piece of history!

Christmas gifts for Dad
From left: monogrammed golf club links ($49), Ballpark Cuff Links ($150-$230), Shawn Sunglasses ($68), Fine Lambswool half-zip sweater ($69)

Katie’s Picks:

While I’m enchanted by the smell of whiskey (strange, I know), my favorite pick for the guys is the stylish T-Shirt of the Month Club from Milwaukee locals Heavy Rotation.  What could be better than a monthly present…especially when it’s a cool, comfy graphic tee!

Holiday Gifts for Men

From left: The North Face Windwall Fleece Jacket ($99), Victorinox Swiss Army “Handyman” Knife ($72), Heavy Rotation T-Shirt of the Month-6 mth ($100), Portlandgeneralstore “Whisky no.006” Cologne ($68), Stainless Steel Grill Tools ($80), KoiKouture “Mandle” Man Candle in “Camping” Scent ($25)

Stef’s Picks:

I love to deck out my man in this season’s newest plaid, but my favorite pick is a little more of a splurge. The Amazon Kindle electronic reading device is revolutionizing reading. This gift is great for a man who reads anything from non-fiction history books (like my husband) or if he secretly reads Twilight when you aren’t home. The Kindle is great for someone who travels. It fits right into a pocket or briefcase and you can download books $10 at any time.

Christmas Gifts for Boyfriends
From left: Pottery Barn Colby Leather Smart Technology Recharge Station ($40), Fossil Buckley Fedora ($28), J. Crew Black Stewart tartan tie ($69.50), Amazon Kindle Wireless Reading Device ($259), Nintendo Wii Punch-Out ($50)



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2 responses to “Holiday Gift Guide: For the Men in Your Life

  1. Great picks! I especially love the Ballpark Cufflinks…and of course the Mandles 🙂

  2. First time Kindle owner, got it last night and couldn’t put it down. I can see the points of the other reviews that say how the Kindle has changed the way they read in that they read more, more often and different genres than they would have with real books.

    The ability to download samples of books and essentially browse through a bookstore from your sofa is pretty damn cool. It’s slightly weird to hold on to at first but within an hour it’s incredibly comfortable and natural.

    This was a Christmas gift (Christmas in February wahoo!!) and now ranks as one of the most perfect and appropriate gifts I’ve ever received. It is a must for any avid reader.

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