Christmas Gift Edit for Him

I have been racking my brains for you and come up with a list of gift suggestions for the men in your lives. They’re either gifts I have given in the past that have gone down well, or ones I have seen lately that are on my list! I have stayed away from clothing as it very much depends on the individual and kept things between £5 and £85. Here you go, click on the image to go shopping, I hope it gives you some inspiration…

M&S flocked holdall, £79.00

It’s not leather I know, but I saw it in M&S and it’s a fab bag and an affordable alternative. Comes in an olive colour too.

Something Sporty Framed Memorabilia, from £70

I saw these guys years ago at the Spirit of Christmas Show and bought Ali the history of the rugby ball frame and we still love it… they have frames of all different sports, so will cater for all! I also love the old framed cricket programme… their products are just really different and would look good in any man cave.

The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump, Amazon £6.99

“I’m very highly educated. I know words, I know the best words.” (Trump, Campaign Rally, 30 Dec 2015).

Lol.

Molton Brown Shampoo, £18

Oh how they pretend they only need to use a £1 shower gel, then you catch them using your lux products! Molton Brown men’s stuff is lovely. Love the black pepper range but also this scent and shampoo.

Men’s manicure grooming set, Not on the Highstreet, £36.95

I don’t know about you, but my tweezers etc are always going missing. Get them a personalised manicure set, so there is no need for them to take yours!

Love this little set also from Aspinal, £85.00

If you feel like splashing out a bit… it can be embossed with initials.

100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings, Firebox, £9.99

 

Golf Auto Putt Returner, John Lewis, £12.99

You might want to invest in a more expensive one of these, but this one is a fun stocking filler and should think will give hours of fun (days of fun?!)

3 months Curry Spices Subscription, £24.00

I bought this as part of my Dad’s present last year and he loved it. They send you monthly all the fresh spices and recipes you need to make a delicious and unusual curry spread on a Friday night.

Nespresso Black Porcelain and Silicon Touch Mugs, £17 for 2

I don’t know what it is about these mugs, but Ali loves his… I think they make him feel cool?!

Drysure Extreme Boot Dryer, £30

These boot dryers are amazing and so effective at drying ski boots, walking boots, trainers etc that are damp or sweaty. Drysure came to life from a need to dry boots and shoes fast, without heat, electricity or batteries. They are easy to use time and time again, and would make a brilliant gift for someone who spends a lot of time in soggy footwear!

The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, and Cooking in the Wild, Amazon, £9.65

For your very own Ray Mears…

Coffees of the World, Whittard, £25.00

For the coffee lover who might like to try some new beans!

Mr Stanley’s Liquorice Pipes, John Lewis, £5.00

Pipes made of liquorice, what’s not to like (well, liquorice, but a good stocking filler for fans of the stuff!)

Jamie Oliver, 5 Ingredients, Amazon, £11.00

We all know the best type of present is one you can use too! This is a great recipe book, I especially love the layouts and easy to follow steps.

 

Marmite Popcorn, Firebox, £6.00

A great little stocking filler for the marmite lovers… another way of getting their Marmite fix!

 

RED5 Maboba Moon Ball, John Lewis, £5.00

These are apparently amazing! An extreme bounce, crazy spin ball. I kind of want one too. Go through to the JL website and check out the hype…

Hotel Chocolat 70% Dark Chocolate Batons, Jl, £7.50

Colin Montgomerie Golf Bag Pen Set, Amazon, £12.75

For any golf nuts you know…

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