No matter what he chooses to stash inside, this powder-coated steel toolbox from Japan will toughen up the most dapper gent.
Available at cooperhewitt.org, $90.
This baby has a muddler, reamer, channel knife, zester, stirrer, strainer, corkscrew, and bottle opener all in one. Drink up.
Available at spoonsisters.com, $50.
Don’t let him open bottles with his teeth. There is a better way, and it goes right on his key chain.
Available at fscbarber.com, $11.
Braun, known for its innovative design, doesn’t disappoint with this sleek time machine to keep him on schedule.
Available at thefutureperfect.com, $100.
Dating a dude with a knack for nature? Get him an aviary home and let the chirping begin.
Available at plywoodoffice.us, $85.
The Gillette® Fusion® ProGlide™ Styler trims, shaves, and edges your man’s facial hair into a work of fine art.
Available at Gillette.com/ProGlideStyler.
Sweater time, and the livin’ is easy. A Fair Isle crew is ideal for fires, cuddling, and Bon Iver.
Available at penfield.com, $145.
If you’ve seen a hipster, you know a pompadour is the only acceptable hairstyle. Keep it cool accordingly with a hand-cut, -finished, and -stitched case.
Available at acehotel.com, $36.
Overnight adventure? Guys have it so easy: socks, a tee, underwear, and a toothbrush, and his bag is packed.
Available at cladcavalier.com, $69.
The high-quality wool blanket meets military specifications. And it’s just right for the home front.
Available at vettedshop.com, $120.
Man’s real best friend? The button-down. Class it up with a hand-cut and -sewn beauty.
Available at jussaraleeshirtco.com, $250.
Smelling salts are for wimps. He can use a warm cloth under the nose and on the temples after a rough day (or in the morning as a preshave pore softener) and appreciate medicinal magic from the 1800s.
Available at prospectorco.com, $18.
Make giving socks cool again with a set of five fun pairs from the purveyor of men’s unmentionables.
Available at mackweldon.com, $48.
Most things have changed since middle school, but this fine-grain calfskin leather wallet retains the same sentiment: If you can’t duck it, f*ck it.
Available at jackspade.com, $165.
San Francisco resident Luke Bartels’s rustic cutting boards come in a variety of wood species.
Available at shop-generalstore.com, $85.
Real men play wooden kazoos. Give one to a fellow with a song in his heart and a place in his tool belt.
Available at offermanwoodshop.com, $42.
Why must they be teenagers in love? Pop one on your favorite romantic hipster and wish him luck.
Available at teenagersinlove.com, $36.
Take to the streets with a Minnesota-made carryall that gets better with age. Rain and mud just lend it character.
Available at kaufmann-mercantile.com, $95.
Show him where to plant that sweaty glass.
Available at bergino.com, $13 for four.
It’s never been easier to act like a child with your iPhone. This bruiser is controlled via app and has a virtual steering wheel and throttle. Icy cold Silver Bullets not included
Available at griffintechnology.com, $50.
An energy-efficient, collapsible grill that uses 75 percent less fuel to cook a meal than similarly size versions? Bring on the vegan BBQ.
Available at aplusrstore.com, $125.
Three buttons, if you please. A Fair Isle wool blazer is great for herding sheep — or brunch.
Available at stevenalan.com, $525.
Everyone’s go-to shoe gets a shock of neon around the sole. Someone, please have Nolan from Revenge wear these constantly.
Available at barneys.com, $100.
No one ever said gambling was cheap. Set the stakes high and go all in with a set that comes in a printed calf-leather case.
Available at smythson.com, $1,275.
A bevy of nerdom awaits. Shop digital eyeballs, retro-rockets, smoke blasters, spy pens, and more.
Available at sciplus.com, 50¢ and up.
Basics are never boring when you opt for a gift that’s clean yet cool, like the minimalist design of Bushakan’s sustainable home for specs.
Available at bushakan.com, $79-$250.
Bowl over a baller with adornments available in 54 color combinations and packaged in a vegetable-tanned travel case, complete with microfiber cleaning cloth.
Available at wingtip.com, $495.
Up Dad’s style with a striped tie cut from stubby Japanese fabric and designed by a Brooklyn-based dealer of dapper goods.
Available at theknottery.com, $35.
Flyaways? Not fly. Help him keep it together with New York City jeweler Sky Phaebl’s trimetal tie bar inspired by traditional Japanese joinery.
Available at joinerynyc.com, $128.
Boys in The Hoodie Shop’s inaugural designer collab is made from Japanese French terry and Supima cotton. The sea green, blue, and black zip-up is one you’ll want to borrow.
Available at shop.thehoodieshop.com, $148.
If you never follow the herd, things can get lonely. Give your bro some company and a mascot worthy of his boldness in the form of a faux white buffalo mount from NYC design shop and gallery JnrlStr.
Available at jnrlstr.com, $660.
The A+R find lets him get his groove on, anywhere and (for better or worse) anytime.
Available at aplusrstore.com, $8.
Classic suiting gets a laid-back makeover, courtesy of Downtown Los Angeles-based tailor Apolis.
Available at store.apolisglobal.com, $148-$248.
Pump up the volume with a solid gold Bluetooth speaker.
Available at soundfreaq.com, $150.
When double fisting isn’t enough, try a vintage-inspired wooden tray that fits up to five drinks.
Available at spitfiregirl.com, $74.
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