You know the type. Maybe you are the type. One that doesn't wait long before pulling the trigger on the things he wants. He's stylish, in the know, and fully stocked. But that doesn't mean you can't surprise him with something that would thrill him. The key is finding items that are best-in-class, no matter the category. It could be a stitch-for-stitch remake of a great T-shirt from the 1950s or a machine that produces the pebble ice that's so satisfying to chew on. Maybe he'd appreciate a modern space heater or an attractive alarm clock. And everyone likes unwrapping a box to find some cashmere, right? We've pulled together some foolproof gifts that are sure to surprise and delight even the most discerning of recipients.
Gifts for the Man
Who Has Everything
Cashmere “relax” jacket,Inis Meáin$780 by
No. 309 leather valet tray,
$50 by Billykirk
Everyone loves that chewable nugget ice, right? Now he can make it at home.
Opal 2.0 nugget ice maker,
$649.95 / $529.95 by GE
Atomic alarm clock,Monograph$45 by
Cashmere blend cap,
$95 by Naadam
Sterling silver washer
$600 by M. Cohen
$165 by Cubitts
“Ali on Broadway” photograph,Sonic Editionsfrom $149 by
For stylish guys who care deeply about their clothes, this is like an in-house dry cleaner.
Styler “Smart Steam” clothing care locker,
$1,999 / $899.99 by LG
Ustio leather gloves,
$165 by Hestra
The best record player for our modern age, it has built-in Wi-Fi and Sonos streaming technology.
Stream carbon fiber turntable,Victrola$799.99 by
RCR electric motorbike,Onyx$5,853 by
Carbon fiber comb,Uncrate Supply$35 at
Bond peacoat,Billy Reid$698 by
Looks like a sleek speaker, but it’s a modern heater with an adjustable, self-regulating thermostat.
Ceramic space heater,
$130 by Matti Walker
1950s sportswear T-shirt,
$88 by Levi's Vintage Clothing