80. Scuba Tank Water Bottle
Hands-down one of the BEST stocking stuffers for scuba divers, the Scuba Tank Water Bottle has got “fun gift” written all over it. It’s stainless steel, has a superb design, and will win you big points from any diving enthusiast.
Where to Buy: Scuba Tank Water Bottle
81. Portable Bluetooth Speaker
There’s some mighty powerful sound coming from this itty-bitty little speaker (it’s less than 5 inches high.) It also includes a rechargeable battery that’ll let the music play for up to 7 hours.
Where to Buy: Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
82. Globe Coin Bank
Perfect for saving up for that round-the-world trip.
Where to Buy: Globe Coin Bank
83. Piece of Land in Ireland
Like most guys, I think I’d like this gift so one day I can visit Ireland, sit on my little plot with a shotgun and holler, “Get off my land!” Recipients of this present get 1 square foot of actual land in Ireland, along with a certificate, deed, and directions.
Where to Buy: Buy Ireland
84. Vintage Chinese Fortune Sticks
When I first went to Hong Kong, like most tourists I gave these a try at a Buddhist temple. It said I would fail at silkworm farming. I still fell in love with the idea, and was blessed to have a former work manager give me a set during a Secret Santa gift exchange. This is a fancier version, and comes with an instruction booklet, and it’s a great holiday gift for any chap longing to return to Asia.
Where to Buy: Vintage Chinese Fortune Sticks
85. Brass Pocket Compass
Sometimes, you gotta go old-school. For the younger kids out there, this is what used to pass for GPS.
Where to Buy: Brass Pocket Compass
86. Digital Luggage & Fishing Scale
While there are plenty of opinions on the internet about how much luggage you should be carrying, I firmly believe you should carry as much as you (and you only) see fit. Still, the airlines don’t necessarily agree with me. Get this cheap (but well-reviewed) luggage scale for any chronic overpacker on your list.
Where to Buy: Digital Luggage & Fishing Scale
87. Dry Bags
Dry bags are essential for any traveller into boating, rafting, or diving. And especially those with a propensity for falling overboard.
Where to Buy: Dry Bags
88. Gear Tie Rubber Twist Ties
No one looks tangled, messy cords so these reusable twist ties are great for keeping headphones, chargers, and cables at bay. They’re small, so don’t expect to tame your garden hose with these, but at less than 5 bucks not many people are complaining. (Seriously, check the Amazon reviews)
Where to Buy: Gear Tie Reusable Rubber Twist Ties
89. Carabiner Clip Bottle Opener
At less than 5 bucks this is a great little gift for any man. Every traveller needs a carabiner as much as he needs a bottle opener. Combining the two is pure genius.
Where to Buy: Carabiner Clip Bottle Opener
90. BugLit Flexible Task Light
The beauty of these little task lights is the flexibility. The bendy legs can be wrapped around poles, handlebars, tree branches, or even clothing. A cute stocking filler for the camper, outdoorsman, or night-owl.
Price: from $9.49
Where to Buy: BugLit Flexible Task Light
91. Sleeping Bag Liner/Travel Sleep Sheet
This sleep sheet/sleeping bag liner is small enough that it’ll fit in any backpack and take up virtually no room. Great for the budget traveller who wants something to separate him from the mattress and those cheap, dodgy hostels and hotels. This one’s also extra-large so is a great gift for tall guys.
Where to Buy: Sleeping Bag Liner/Travel Sleep Sheet
92. Globe Old World Map Keychain
The key to a travelling man’s heart — a antique-looking keychain. Another great stocking stuffer for guys that’s under $10.
Where to Buy: Globe Old World Map Keychain
93. Thermos Vacuum Food Jar
A great gift idea for men who spend a lot of time outdoors, the Thermos Vacuum Food Jar is leak-proof and comes with a stainless steel folding spoon that fits into the lid, a lid that also doubles as a bowl.
Where to Buy: Thermos Vacuum Food Jar
94. Blister Medic Kit
Walking is hard. Especially in the rain. Uphill. In the jungle. With sore feet. That’s where a blister prevention and treatment kit can come in handy. This one includes various sizes of moleskin, alcohol wipes, and antiseptic towelettes to keep any hiker’s feet protected.
Where to Buy: Blister Medical Kit
95. Resistance Bands Set
Ahhh…the age-old question, “How to workout efficiently when you travel?” For many, the answer is a decent set of exercise resistance bands. They’re far more lightweight and portable than hand weights, and many exercise workout program videos like P90x detail some pretty cunning ways to use them in a fitness routine. This particular kit contains 5 different bands varying resistance ratios. The separate handle clips make it possible to stack them as well for added resistance.
Chuck a couple of these in a backpack or suitcase along with the included exercise guide and voilà, fitness on the go for any guy.
Where to Buy: Resistance Bands Set
96. Manly Man Soap with Reusable Travel Tin
Soap is a fixture in just about every man’s Christmas stocking, but unfortunately it’s usually the Irish Spring variety. This Manly Man all-natural soap comes in Cowpoke, Road Trip, Buck Naked, and Sasquatch varieties as well (among others), and the tin makes a great reusable holder for travel knick-knacks.
Where to Buy: Manly Man Soap with Reusable Travel Gift Tin
97. Goateesaver — The Goatee Shaving Template
Okay, when I first saw this I thought it was a gag gift. But once you get past the Hannibal Lector/Bane from The Dark Knight Rises similarities, I guess it does make a unique gift for any guy with a goatee. And while not necessarily travel-related, it is small enough to fit in any man’s Dopp kit.
Where to Buy: Goateesaver – The Goatee Shaving Template
98. Barbasol Shaving Cream Can Travel Safe
Is anyone still using Barbasol? That would be the real crime here. In any case, this looks and feels like a real Barbasol shaving cream can, but the bottom unscrews revealing a hidden chamber for your valuables.
Where to Buy: Barbasol Shaving Cream Can Travel Safe
99. Portable Table Top Tennis Set
This one’s a little pricey, but sometimes you gotta splurge. And what dude wouldn’t love a portable ping pong game? The paddle handles retract into the paddle, the net retracts into the post, and the post holds the balls.
Price: from $44
Where to Buy: Portable Table Tennis Set
100. Personalized Working Compass Cufflinks
For the snappy dresser on your list, these cufflinks are sure to be a hit. Although the compasses do actually work, don’t count on being able to navigate to the equator with these. They’re strictly a novelty gift idea.
Where to Buy: Personalized Working Compass Cufflinks
101. Personalized World Travels Christmas Ornament
And what better way to round out a list of stocking stuffers for men who love travel than with a personalized Christmas travel ornament. You choose the destination text that goes on each of the luggage “stickers” (up to six), plus the custom text on the suitcase itself. Great for documenting that last big trip, or planning the next one.
Price: currently on sale for $7.95, then back to $14.95
Where to Buy: Personalized World Travels Christmas Ornament