Why are boyfriends so hard to shop for? If you have no idea what to get him for Valentine’s Day, check out this list of ideas to get you going.
He can enter the world of virtual reality with a durable yet soft headset.
Neck pillow? Check. Slippers? Check. Eye mask and ear plugs? Check. This gray traveler’s kit has everything he’ll need for a more comfortable journey.
Keep him connected with a versatile charger set featuring a slim high-speed USB with two universal ports to charge multiple devices at a time.
Style made simple: Double his outfit options with a 100% leather belt featuring a gunmetal buckle and adjustable fit.
Replace his irritating iPhone alarm with something much cooler, like an aluminum clock with sound-activated display. It features the time, date and temperature, and automatically turns off when it’s quiet.
No more worrying about his passport, credit cards, and IDs! The most effective way to keep his personal data safe is in this RFID-protected pack, which features anti-theft technology.
A fragrance that smells like sandalwood, leather, and iris will quickly become his new fave to spritz before he leaves the house; plus, it’s a unisex scent that you can totally spray on yourself when he’s not looking.
A bold checkered red-and-black jacket is perfect for winter—the wool fabric makes it warm, but the print makes it fashionable.
Consider Mark Dredge’s “The Beer Bucket List,” which has a thorough list of hops-focused information, including a list of the best drinking spots across the globe.