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If you’ve got a handy man, or an aspiring man, or if you’re aspiring for your man to be a handy man, these gloves are a hit. Super flexible and durable, these will last forever. Brett is also obsessed with his head lamp. I swear, he finds excuses to wear it. Kids lost a crayon under the fridge? Head lamp. Need to take the trash out while it’s dark? Head lamp. It’s super handy, but buy at your own risk.
For a guy who travels a lot, this Skross international adapter is incredible. We discovered it at one of our Italy Airbnb stays and I was amazed at it’s seamless design. Super compact and fits securely into international outlets of all kinds. Another travel fav that’s under $10: this minimalist wallet. It’s sleek and can be carried in a front pocket when traveling, while still holding everything he needs.
Compression ski socks are a must, and these ones come highly recommended. For a brother or father-in-law, I’d gift just these, or pair with something else for a larger present. Jack Black skincare products are a favorite of ours. Simple & effective, never tested on animals, and super giftable. If your man sports a beard, try this beard grooming kit.
I have a brother-in-law who is obsessed with hot sauce and condiments, so I’ve taken to Amazon to find the highest rated sauces, rubs and marinades. Aardvark Hot Sauce was a major winner: It has over 1,250 5-star reviews and is described as “A unique Caribbean Tex Mex hybrid made with flavorful habanero peppers and roasted tomatoes. Great as a sauce, marinade or holistic cure all.” Not sure what they’re curing with it, but for $7, it’s a fun stocking stuffer for the heat-lover.
I love putting a good book in everyone’s stocking for Christmas. Brett’s very into history, business development & the self-help genre (minus meditation & mindfulness). These books have been sitting on my list forever and are best-sellers: The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets, and the Fracture of Society and Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World.