Let’s face it. It’s tough to shop for the men in our lives. That’s why we launched our men’s gift department in 2015. From board games to barware to grooming tools, we wanted to make it easy for you to pick up something for sons, husbands, brothers and fathers while also shopping for yourself.
Gentlemen’s Hardware has quickly become one of our staple men’s brands. Season after season, they stand out for their unique, vintage look and practical yet original offerings. They take into consideration every aspect of a man’s life including grooming, fashion, careers and outdoor activities. Their unique packaging is also helpful for gift giving – accessories come in unique tins and box sets. (No wrapping required!)
This spring, Gentlemen’s Hardware introduced a collection of items for dining on the go. They’re finished with the company’s classic detailing and the words “Let the Adventure Begin.” The line includes flasks, water bottles, dishes and a mini espresso set. This unique collection is ideal for guys who love the outdoors or are looking forward to “roughing it” in their 16’ x 10’ college dorm room.
Speaking of dorm rooms, graduation is just around the corner. If you’re still looking for something special, here are our top Gentlemen’s Hardware gift picks.
Wash Bag. This stylish (yet manly) bag will keep toiletries organized and safe, perfect for walking to and from dorm bathrooms. Nylon lining provides quick and easy cleanup for unwanted spills and an inner zip pocket keeps smaller items from getting lost in the shuffle.
Manicure Set. We know…your guy will probably cringe at the word “manicure”… but they have to keep themselves groomed somehow, right? Each set includes two sizes of nail clippers, scissors, nail file, tweezers and a cuticle pusher. And it’s the perfect size to stow away in a dorm room desk drawer.
Spork Tool. Part spoon, part fork, part knife, and part bottle opener, this gadget is perfect for sparse dorm room living. Once you’re done, the parts fold away safely in time for the next meal (without the cleanup).