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.

If you love showering your guy with gifted-goodness, THIS is the list for you! We’ve come up with 100 romantic gifts for him that are good-to-go year round! Whether you need something for Valentine’s Day, anniversary ideas for him, a congratulatory gift, or just a big ol’ dose of “I love you,” you’re sure to find something your sweetheart will absolutely love. We reached out to the entire Diva Team for this one you so you KNOW you’re getting the best of the best. Ready to shop? Let’s go!


1. Electric Football Deluxe Play Set ($89) || 2. Mega Can Sports Cooler (from $119) ||​ 3. NFL Retro Reversible Scarf (from $15) ||​ 4. NFL Tervis Tumblers (from $9) ||​ 5. Pottery Barn NFL Glassware (from $14) ||​ 6. Dooney & Bourke NFL Handbags (from $88) ||​ 7. NFL Adult Apron (from $29) ||​ 8. Under Armour Performance Fleece Gloves (from $29) ||​ 9. M&M NFL Dispenser (from $49)​
If he loves to go on epic adventures, help him capture those memories with this small action camera. It can shoot HD 4K footage, which can immediately be reviewed on its display screen. The voice-control feature allows you to shoot hands-free, which is helpful mid-bike ride or climb. It also has GPS to track and record exactly where a video was shot.

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