We, of course, are all about fun here at FUN.com, and we recognize that football is one of the most popular sports fandoms, and rightfully so! We’ve got your back, with a top selection of trendy apparel, the coolest gifts, simply stunning décor, crave-worthy collectibles, and more! The fact is, we’re fans ourselves, so we respect and admire you for stepping up in service of your team. Peruse some of these top selections for NFL gift ideas, and see if any of them are just what you’re shopping for!
The Teflon-coated material is water repellent, so the rain will just slide off without soaking through, and the umbrella will be nice and dry when he goes to store it. It's easy to open and close, and the handle is ergonomic and slip-proof, with a wrist strap for easy carrying. All in all, it's the umbrella he'll ALWAYS want to have on hand when the rain falls.
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.
Watch the Football in style with these awesome looking Snack helmets made by Wincraft. Whether you are lounging about at home watching the Football, or off to enjoy yourself at a Tailgate party, you can eat your snacks with pride. Like all good quality merchandise, it is made in the mighty USA, using only good quality materials. If you fancy some hot snacks just warm them up in the snack helmet trays provided because they are fully microwaveable. Then after, just toss the trays in the dishwasher because they are 100% dishwasher safe. These officially licensed helmets come with the team logo of your choice. So if you like football and you like snacks, these snack helmets are a must-have.
Offers amazing images and video; durable, easy to maneuver, and has agreat range. Very cheap for what you get in value. This DJI quadcopter camera drone can capture high speed sports from never before attempted angles. It features a 4k video recording from the UHD camera and allows you to view live streaming video from the quadcopter. Excellent value for the price! For what you get - this can be considered a cheap camera quadcopter drone. But whatever you do, don't fly this anywhere near the White House!
Because now Alexa can actually show you how to do things instead of just telling you! Watch your video flash briefings, listen to music or watch videos, enjoy hands free face-to-face calling, hook it up to your home security cameras or monitoring systems and simply ask Alexa to “show you the front door” to see who’s there. It can basically do everything that your first echo could do, but now way more!
Working long hours can leave anyone with puffy eyes and dark circles. This dermatologist-recommended eye cream makes a world of difference by reducing puffiness and moisturizing dry under-eye skin. The formula is lightweight, smooth, and pleasantly cool—even men who have never thought about skincare in their life will enjoy using this cream at night, and they'll be even more pleased at the results.
It's a headphone holder, so he can hang up his costly work headphones and keep them from being damaged. However, it also comes with a cable organizer on the back of the arm that minimizes the risk of tangled, messy cables. The built-in USB ports allow him to connect any USB devices to his computer without having to directly plug them in—great for desktop users!
Personalized NFL accessories make fantastic gifts and can show the recipient of the gift that you know them well and appreciate them. For example, our Personalized True Colors NFL Dog Tag display in brilliant colors the logo of any NFL team, with the opposite side providing space for a name or monogram. Our Personalized NFL Fan Favorite Bracelet has space for three characters beside the team logo of your choice. These items are a sophisticated way to show your team spirit!
Some men might be constantly dropping not-so-subtle hints about products they'd love to own, dog-earing catalog pages featuring items that interest them, or even outright telling you what they want for the holidays, an upcoming birthday, or another special event. Chances are, your husband is not one of those guys, or you wouldn't be reading this! Fear not. We're here to help you come up with ideas for gifts that he'll be really excited to receive.
Nikki M: My husband and I do “found gifts” for one another. The idea is to give a gift that is something you already have, most likely with no real monetary value. You include a letter explaining the significance. The first year we did this, I gave him a rock I painted on vacation when I was a little girl because he is my rock and I always dreamed of finding my Prince Charming, which he really is for me. Last year, I have him an old key to our first house together, which we bought shortly after getting married, and which saw our oldest child come home from the hospital. It’s nice to do something without expense.
Features: If your husband travels a lot for work (or pleasure), this is the ideal gift. It's designed to reduce airplane roar to a whisper, and will block out most of the airplane/bus/train noises. And, of course, the quality of the audio is as good as it gets—courtesy of BOSE's excellent design. He'll get crystal clear audio, volume-optimized EQ, and even a noise-rejecting microphone system so he can answer calls without removing the headphones.
Even amateurs want their basketball game to be on point. This holiday, give your half-court all-star a Wilson X Connected Smart Basketball that will track all his shots and percentages as well as give feedback on his game. The ball can even be configured for training and playing buzzer-beater games to help the Kobe in all of us come to the surface.
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