The 20 Top Gifts from Huckberry for the Rugged Man, From $7 to $398
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Finding the right gifts for men for the guys in your life can be daunting, especially when they offer guidance like “I don’t need anything.” But Huckberry, a top online stop where guys find the gear they want and discover new, future-favorite brands, makes finding the right gift much easier.
This year, Huckberry has a wide selection of gifts for the rugged man who loves adventure, for the discerning fashionisto, and even for the coffee and whiskey lover. There are plenty of exciting gifts to find for under $50 from brands like Yeti and Zippo, but the brand also offers some of the nicest men’s apparel and footwear, including its famous waxed canvas jacket that was worn by Pedro Pascal in the hit TV series The Last of Us.
The best gifts for men at Huckberry right now are spread across multiple categories and range in price from $7 to $298. Aside from the prized, aforementioned jacket, Men’s Journal anticipates the Solo Stove tabletop fire pit to be a hot gift item, alongside slippers from Greys and classic beanies, which are no-brainer stocking stuffers. Regardless of the type of man you’re shopping for, the brand has something that’ll hit the nail on the head as soon as he opens it. There are the 20 best gifts to buy at Huckberry right now.
The Flint and Tinder Flannel-Lined Waxed Trucker Jacket is the No. 1 bestselling item at Huckberry and the ultimate gift for the rugged man. It’s on the pricier side, but it’s the one that’ll have him telling stories about how excited he was after opening it up for years to come. It’s durable, water-resistant, and only gets better with age as it develops a beautiful patina.
Solo Stove made fire pits even cooler than they already were—and portable. The easy-to-use Mesa XL Tabletop Firepit packs all the Solo Stove punch into a compact size that’s perfect for apartment balconies, side decks, and terraces. It comes in three attractive colors and burns wood or pellets.
Slippers are a traditional gift for men that need replacing about once a year (or every other) depending on how much they get used. Greys offers something a little more with its slippers. Made in Portugal, these slippers are crafted from wool, which is naturally odor-resistant, moisture-wicking, temperature-regulating, and breathable. All of this on top of a grippy rubber sole is enough to be a perfect holiday gift.
Most men love bacon, which is why these Archie McPhee Bacon Candy Canes make for an equally hilarious and delicious stocking stuffer. Eating them traditionally is fine, but the brand also recommends trying them crushed up and baked into some chocolate peppermint bark—that’s a big ol’ “yes” from us.
Whiskey gifts often get overplayed and without much thought, but Whiskey Peaks offers something unique with this decanter and glasses set. From its collection of barware that features the topography of the world’s most famous mountains, this set sees Washington’s Mt. Rainier, the highest volcanic peak in the lower 48, at the bottom of each of the three glass pieces. If he’s more into beer, there’s also a beer stein version.
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Another Huckberry classic, the 10-Year Pullover Hoodie has over 400 reviews attesting to the quality and longevity spoken of in its name. Described by the brand as “beefy,” this thicker hoodie is “best for cold weather season,” as stated by one shopper. Many also say they run a size small, so consider that when shopping.
The No. 2 bestseller at Huckberry is the 365 Pant. Available in four fits ranging from slim to relaxed, the 365 pants will be that multiple-times-per-week staple that he can rely on to always look great. Falling somewhere between a pair of jeans and a chino, shoppers who’ve left reviews agree that they’re one of the most comfortable pants a man could have.
This is a sure bet for the Zippo-collecting giftee. It’s also a great idea for anybody who enjoys candles or interesting everyday carry items. This Zippo depicts Norman Rockwell’s “Man’s First Step on the Moon,” which was by far the coolest-looking model in a series of the brand’s art-inspired lighters.