Stumped on when to gift the men in your life for the upcoming holiday season?  You’re not alone.  If the guy you know has everything it just might be time for a gift upgrade.  One of the best things about gifting for someone else is that they’ll typically never buy any of this stuff for themselves, so it’s a great way to sneak in what you really want them wearing or trying out to help ‘better’ themselves. Plus, according to a recent poll, men are more likely to spend more on you than you’re likely to spend on them so, well, game on!  Don’t let him outspend you!  Isn’t that what the holidays are all about after all?
A fun new fashion for the 2010s, and one of our total faves, is the cowl neck hoodie. The generous hoods on these hoodies wrap around the neck, so it’s like wearing your favorite hoodie and a scarf! Of course, the hood still flips up should you need it, too. Our cowl neck hoodies come from Junk Food Apparel, and our New England Patriots Hoodie and Indianapolis Colts hoodie are perfect selections. Pop one of these sweatshirts on, and you’ll stay comfy and cozy for the entire game!
Still stumped? Don't panic. We've rounded up a list of awesome gifts—from incredibly soft boxers and a motorized grill brush to the coolest TV tool and a truly smart smartwatch—that most men would be thrilled to unwrap. Depending on your guy's interests, he's bound to love one (if not a handful) of these. We found something for everyone in just about every price point, so read on and get ready to cross one more person off your shopping list.
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Nothing says “I love you,” quite like offering the perfect gifts for your husband to enjoy. You’ve been together for years, and a token of your love always helps bring you closer. Sometimes all you need are great gift ideas for your husband, and interesting options float right to the surface. Other times, it requires more thoughtfulness to think of the ideal gift, with options taking time to develop. Although it's true that a good husband will appreciate any gift, coming across that perfect item to fit his unique personality is a reward of it's own.
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.

Features: If you want a great gift for your athletic husband, try this one on for size. the GPS function on this watch stays true to the Garmin name with fast, reliable tracking. It also syncs with your smartphone so you can see incoming texts, emails, and alerts. We weren't able to find a ton of information on how durable this watch is, but we didn't find any complaints about damage, either. It is, however, waterproof up to 50 meters, giving it an edge over some of its competitors.
Stay warm in your vehicle all (miserable) winter long!  You can plug this comfy fleece blanket into your car or truck cigarette lighter (or adapter) and it’ll heat up quickly to keep you nice and toasty warm until you decide to unplug it.  We love it in black and white, but it also comes in buffalo check red and black, green, and even navy blue.  See more colors here!
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