Looking to win at gift-giving? Check out these holiday guides that have something for everyone and stuff you didn’t even know existed:
Outside Magazine is all about getting friends and family outside – from crazy axes to an impressive list of spirits, every personality will be ready to camp with you come the spring.
WIRED is celebrating some big-ticket items with a guide geared at the $100-$150 range. Nicely shot, options include a super analog survival knife all the way to a hyper-digital DIY Computer.
NEW YORK MAGAZINE
New York Magazine has a great gift guide this year highlighting local purchases, activity-based gifts, and an awesome online interactive that allows you to explore gifts through price ranges, starting at 1-penny books all the way up to golden dumbells for a cool $125,000.
Digital trends has thought of just about every person in your life – BioLite is staking a claim over theAdventurer Category but you should also check out what they have recommended for the Obnoxious Family Member.
This is one good-looking gift guide. The perfectly merchandised photography has us drooling for everything in it, including the leather-covered cooler. We didn’t know how badly we needed one until we saw it next to the BioLite Portable Grill.
Tree tents, hot pink skateboards, and camping hot chocolate. We will take one of each and assume everyone you know wants one too. Check out this holiday gift guide for the wild child on your shopping list.
CULT OF MAC
Cult of Mac did their due diligence and researched the heck out of outdoor items for their Trek-worthy gift list. We especially like the GoTenna to keep connected during outdoor trips.
Can we get an invite to this dinner party? Grab a fork and dig in. Start with the list of Essentials then make your way to the Things You Didn’t Know You Needed for dessert.
Gear Patrol separates the men from the boys in the form of gift-giving so to speak. Many items featured come with an expensive price tag, but are worth every penny. With a wide range of categories – Watches, Outdoors, Cars, Spirits, just to name a few – you’ll be a fountain of knowledge, and you’ll definitely impress your uncle at the holiday dinner.