60. G-Hold Micro Suction for Tablets
This neat and unique Christmas gift sticks to the back of any tablet. It rotates 360 degrees, folds-flat for easy storage in any iPad or tablet sleeve, and is removable leaving no residue behind. Great for keeping a firm grip on your tablet in public or business presentations on the road. Their motto? We wanna hold your hand.
Where to Buy: G-Hold Micro Suction
61. Leatherman Sidekick Multi Tool
Leatherman has been making quality tools for decades, and this one is no exception. With assorted knives, pliers, cutters, openers and the like, it also comes with a 25-year warranty. Definitely a great value stocking stuffer under 25 dollars.
Where to Buy: Leatherman Sidekick Multi-Tool
62. Fisheye Lens for Smartphones
Here’s a fun Christmas stocking stuffer gift idea for less than 10 bucks — a fisheye lens for iPhone, Android, or really just any smartphone at all. This particular lens is a 3-in-1 model, offering 180 degree fisheye, macro, and wide angle. It’s magnetic, but also comes with adhesive if your phone’s not metal enough to hold it.
Where to Buy: Fisheye Lens for Smartphones
63. Into the Wild Bus 142 iPhone/Galaxy Case
I’m a big fan of the book and subsequent movie Into the Wild which details the story of Christopher McCandless, the young American adventurer who abandoned all his worldly possessions, travelled through the US and Mexico, and who finally perished in the Alaska wilderness. So when I saw this smartphone case with Bus 142 from the Fairbanks City Transit System, I just had to include it. Raving fans of the film will love this subtle homage to the beloved Magic Bus.
Price: from $15
Where to Buy: Into the Wild Bus 142 iPhone/Galaxy Phone Case
64. The Call of the Wild (Documentary)
If the man on your Christmas gift list liked the last stocking stuffer idea, he’ll love this one. The year before the theatrical release of Into the Wild, filmmaker Ron Lamothe headed out to retrace Christopher McCandless’ steps, visiting 30 states, two Canadian provinces, and Mexico while interviewing dozens of folks along the way. Those folks included Dr. Thomas Clausen, who debunked the potato seed poisoning theory presented by Jon Krakauer in the book and the film, and Leonard Knight, the glassy-eyed creator of Salvation Mountain in Slab City, and even the chap who found McCandless’ wallet. It’s unfortunate that the doc was mostly overshadowed by the Hollywood film released the same year, but it does still make a great gift idea for anyone interested in more in-depth detail of Chris’s story.
Price: instant download $15, DVD $25
Where to Buy: The Call of the Wild Documentary
65. The Traveller: Notes From an Imperfect Journey Around the World
Author Daniel Baylis decides to mix things up in his life by taking out a year to volunteer across the globe. 12 months, 12 countries, 12 different volunteer opportunities. Or at least that was the plan. An entertaining tale of personal growth mixed with the right amount of humour, The Traveller is great winter read for anyone aiming to scratch that travel itch.
Price: Kindle version $7.99, Paperback $9.99
66. Carry-On Cocktail Kit
Add another one to the list of unique stocking stuffers for men — the Carry-on Cocktail Kit. Comes with everything he needs to make two manly Old Fashioned Cocktails. Except the whiskey. But he can get that on the plane.
Where to Buy: Carry-On Cocktail Kit
67. Skybar Wine Traveller
If the man on your Christmas gift list is prone to dropping words like “woody,” “oakey,” and “tannins” maybe the Skybar Wine Traveller will fit the bill. It’s designed to keep wine at at optimal temperature to preserve each varietal’s unique bouquet. (Did I say that right?) It’s reusable too and comes with a handy carrying handle.
Where to Buy: Skybar Wine Traveller
68. Pocket Sundial
More of a novelty toy stocking stuffer than anything else, this Pocket Sundial is low-tech, but pretty nifty looking nonetheless. And it tells time. Well, at least during the day.
Where to Buy: Pocket Sundial
69. Fresh Balls
Well, it pretty much does what the name suggests — hygiene for the groin, it keeps your balls fresh. Talc-free, aluminum-free, and paraben-free, this lotion keeps the boys dry even in the most oppressive of heat. But don’t believe me, listen to what some of the reviewers on Amazon have to say.
“My balls are fresh, a silky goodness like three angels holding my goods in their velvety hands.”
“My balls don’t stick to my leg…this stuff really works!”
“Your nuts will never be happier.”
Enough said. It’s a fun, useful, and cheap stocker stuffer for any guy in heat.
Where to Buy: Fresh Balls
70. Philips Norelco Bodygroom
While on the topic of “down there,” another great Christmas gift idea for men is a manscaping tool of some sort. You see, when a fella has been on the road for a while, things can start to get a little unkempt. I’ve had an older version of the Philips Bodygroom, but this one has a few improvements over its predecessor, including a one-hour charge time.
Where to Buy: Philips Norelco Bodygroom
71. Ear Plugs
These are indispensable for any traveller. I use a brand called MAX — the orange ones like the photo above. Made out of polyurethene foam, they expand once squished into your ears, and make for a great night’s sleep, or even a quick nap on buses, planes, or in long layovers in airports.
Price: about $3.50 for a pack of 10
Where to Buy: any WalMart or pharmacy
72. Discount City Card
Travel company Viator offers a number of city cards good for locations in Europe and the USA. Each card offers the holder discounts on the destination’s museums, transport, attractions, shopping and restaurants. Most cards are valid for 24-, 48-, and 72-hour time frames and make a great alternative to the usual big box store gift cards.
Price: starts at $11.94
Where to Buy: Viator
73. Tactical Flashlight
For the man who’s serious about flashlights, there’s none better on the market than this tactical LED light from Vizeri. More powerful and compact than a MAG Lite, it comes with detailed instructions, a holster, and a light diffuser so it can be used as a lamp. Well worth the money. Great for hunters, outdoorsmen, or anyone who spends a lot of time in the dark.
Where to Buy: Tactical Flashlight
74. Airport Code T-Shirt
These airport code t-shirts are just plain cool. Currently there are over 40 airport shirts to choose from (mostly Europe and USA), but more are being added regularly so check back if the one you’re looking for isn’t there just yet.
Price: currently on sale for $25.60
Where to Buy: Pilot and Captain
75. LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
Another gift idea successfully funded through Kickstarter, RingSafe is a stylish clasp that secures any ring quickly & elegantly. If you periodically remove your ring for work, travel or sport, but don’t want to lose it or forget it, RingSafe can be worn on a chain or key-chain keeping your hands safe and your ring close but safe from wear & tear.
Where to Buy: RingSafe Stainless Steel Ring Holder
77. Therapik Mosquito Bite Reliever
A unique and original stocking stuffer if there ever was one, the Therapik delivers instant relief from mosquito bites, and over 20,000 types of other insect bites and stings. The idea is that insect venom is sensitive to heat, deliver the right amount of heat and the itch and pain go away. Be a doll and add a 9 volt battery to this gift (its not included) so there are no tears come Christmas morning.
Where to Buy: Therapik Mosquito Bite Reliever
78. Road Trip Board Game
Retro styling and hours of fun make this is cute Christmas gift idea for men who enjoy road trips and board games.
Where to Buy: Road Trip Board Game
79. Scrubba Wash Bag
Billed as the lightest and most compact “washing machine” in the world, the Scrubba Wash Bag offers machine quality cleaning with just good old fashioned elbow grease. The secret? Hundreds of tiny nodes on the internal flexible washboard. Makes a great gift for any backpacker on your Christmas list.
Where to Buy: The Scrubba Wash Bag