Price: At just under $20 for a 1-ounce bottle, it's a slightly pricey product. People with thick, heavy beards will go through the stuff VERY fast. You'll love it if you have a trimmed beard and want to keep it groomed and looking good. Considering its organic ingredients, it's a good value for the price. Check out our list of online stores to see where to buy.
With so many great options available today, narrowing down to the best husband gift idea requires a few different steps. Start by thinking about your husband's likes, and dislikes. What was his favorite present in recent years? Can you think of anything that a friend of his has that he admires? Think freely and openly, without making any budget considerations at first. It might not be the right occasion to remodel the basement into his dream man cave, but if that’s something he would love, add it to the list. All gift ideas help contribute in some way to making the final decision.
Comfort starts with the first layer! This Canadian-based brand knows exactly what a man is looking for when it comes to underwear—moisture-wicking, loose fit, breathable fabric, and a silky-like hand against the skin. Chances are these will become his favorite pair, so you might as well buy a two-pack. And if for some reason he’s not totally satisfied, the company will refund your purchase.
Hot off the press, this is the latest Amazon Echo Plus, just announced!  It’s 2nd generation, comes in charcoal grey, sandstone, and heather grey (see all color options here).  It’s better than the last one because it has better sound (Dolby Play 360-degree), you can set up your official smart home without a separate hub (yes!), have Alexa control your lights, switches, door locks, and more.  Plus, this one also has a built-in temperature sensor.  Don’t worry, you can still listen to your music, ask Alexa questions, play games, hear the news, and so much more!  See all the latest Echo everything here!

You really can't go wrong with a high-quality indoor/outdoor fleece jacket that can be layered or worn outside and still keep him warm. If you're on a budget, check out local outlet stores--they carry last year versions or discounted wear that still look great. I spent around $100 on a nice fleece jacket for my husband over four years ago that he still wears to this day. Totally worth it. 
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