30 truly excellent stocking stuffers for men.

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Christmas is fast approaching! Can you believe it?

And while you may have found the perfect gift for your guy (if you haven’t yet, be sure to check out this post to give you some irresistible ideas), there’s still the subject of the stocking stuffers looming over your head.

Sure, you can probably think of hundreds of little gifts you would love to have stuffing your stocking so full that you have wonderful presents spilling out onto the floor, but what about your husband, boyfriend, fiance, dad, or granddad?

Blank stare?

It’s okay. I got you. There are some good, cheap stocking stuffers out there for your guys, and I’ve done all the work for you! Here are 35 freakin’ amazing gifts from around the internet that he’s sure to love! Or at least, it will get your creative Christmas juices flowing! Links are in lovely Tiffany-like blue for your ease of investigation.

And keep in mind, that although these stocking stuffer ideas are for him, I’m not trying to be all sexist or anything. I mean, I totally like to play grillmaster in the summer, so I’m probably going to gift myself a grill scraper!

The same goes for the companion piece to this post, called 38 Awesome Stocking Stuffers For Women. There is some overlap, but there are some good stocking stuffers there that you won’t find on this list. You might find one of those small gifts appropriate for your loved one. So check it out here!


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Stocking Stuffers for Him

  1. Grill scraper: This is a universal grill tool that can clean anything from a ceramic grill to a flat grill to a George Foreman grill. It comes complete with a bottle opener and a leather-like handle for gripping.

  2. Cheers: Pills may seem funny as a stocking stuffer, but hear me out— these help minimize the effects of alcohol. I can personally attest to their efficacy. Take these after an evening of merriment, and you’ll feel much better the next morning. Although, I can’t confirm how well they work for professional drinkers, like fish and the proverbial sailor.

  3. Portable power: This awesome power pack is extra light and charges fast as lightening. After getting this stocking stuffer, your boyfriend won’t have an excuse to ask you for yours.

  4. Mini cologne travel spray: A travel spray is the perfect way to give a cologne a test run, or to sample an expensive scent. Find one you think your husband might like? Give it a test run as a stocking stuffer!

  5. Screen cleaners: Fingerprints, smudges, and dust are instantly gone from your screen with a few rolls of this iRoller. Bonus points for being liquid-free and not needing a separate cloth for cleaning!

  6. Mini Moso bag for shoes: These handy little shoe inserts absorb odor naturally with pure Moso bamboo charcoal. It’s non-toxic, fragrance-free, and lasts up to 2 years. You just set them outside once a month—the UV rays clear the pores in the charcoal so it can get back to work. You’ll be glad you got these stocking stuffers for your husband. Finally, those running shoes will smell normal again.

  7. Telescoping Reusable drink straw: This portable drinking straw make a cool stocking stuffer. It telescopes down and can be put in a pocket, or tossed in the back of a pack so that you’ll always have it on hand.

  8. Magnetic phone mount: Now with more cities becoming hands-free, having a reliable way to keep your phone within sight for GPS use (or to keep it from ending up in that space between your seat and the console…ugh!), these are a great option. A pack of 2 means you can keep one and gift one as a stocking stuffer to your dad, for example. A powerful magnet keeps your phone in place, but the mount allows rotation of the phone.

  9. Magnetic wristband: This wristband is surrounded with magnets to hold onto screws, nails, bolts, and so forth, so he’s not dropping them everywhere to get lost, stepped on, and so forth. So really, what may seem like a stocking stuffer for your husband is a stocking stuffer for everyone!

  10. Blue light blocking glasses: Help relieve eye fatigue while looking brainy and stylish with these glasses. They’re a great price and come in a number of colors, so you can stuff your boyfriend’s stocking with two sets—one for the office and one for home.

  11. Food huggers: A set of silicone cups that keep your food fresher for longer. They are available in various sizes to accommodate different foods, and can even be used as lids.

  12. Mistaken lyrics coasters: This is for the man who loves to sing at the top of his lungs…but never gets the lyrics quite right. This set of 6 cork coasters has a choice of two styles—greatest hits or classic rock. I love the one coaster “Hit Me With Your Pet Shark.” LOL. Hilarious!

  13. Reusable travel flatware: You might want to include this set with the portable straw. Perfect for camping or being on the run, and easy to carry because it comes in its own little case.

  14. Pocket bike pump: Another handy gadget for the guy on the go. This pump fits Presta valves and gives you 90 PSI for emergencies. It’s only 4.75 inches, so it can easily fit in a pocket or backpack.

  15. Whiskey stones: Diluting the good stuff with ice is practically a crime! This set of 10 whiskey stones are a great way to chill beverages without affecting the flavor. They’re saponite stones, which are non-porous and tasteless. And this set is pretty cheap as far as whiskey stones go, so it’s a good option as a stocking stuffer.

  16. Sriracha Keychain: Is he obsessed with sriracha? Can’t go one meal without it? Then get him this sriracha keychain gift set. It comes with 2 bottles (1 ounce and 1.7 ounces) so he can add it to his keychain. This also comes with a 9-ounce bottle to put into the stocking, too, because this gift would just be a tease otherwise.

  17. Brew Candy: Ready for some adventure? This bag of beer candy can be a great stocking stuffer for your husband or boyfriend who appreciates a good craft beer. It’s a mix of individually wrapped Honey Ale, Hoppy IPA, and Roasty Stout candies. The consensus seems to be that these actually taste like beer. The downside is that it’s alcohol-free. LOL.

  18. TRUFF Hotsauce: This is a great stocking stuffer for a chef or foodie. This limited release hot sauce is made with chili peppers, white truffles, white truffle oil, and organic agave nectar from Jalisco, Mexico.

  19. Engraved rock: At first glance, it looks like just a rock. But a sweet message is engraved in gold, “The best stocking stuffer in your sock, always remember you are my rock.”

  20. Bluetooth Speaker and Water Bottle: This water bottle gives you a fun way to hydrate. Just charge it up with the included USB and take it with you to the gym, on hikes…or anywhere you might need to do a little dance then drink a little water.

  21. The Chef’s Portable Multi-Tool: A useful tool for traveling foodies or those living in small spaces. This tool has 12 stainless steel tools that fold neatly into a rectangle. It’s a cheese grater, zester, garlic crusher, and 9 other kitchen tools in one!

  22. Music Lovers Playing Cards: Each card has the illustration of a music legend and each suit represents a genre of music. Hearts for Pop, Spades for Rock, Diamonds for Folk and Country, and Clubs for Soul, Blues, and R&B. Prince is in there as the Jack of Hearts, and David Bowe is a joker, to name a few.

  23. Necktie Travel Roll: Perfect for business travelers, traveling for interviews, or anyone who needs their tie to be perfect when they arrive at their destination.

  24. Organic Muscle Rub: Made of natural oils, including peppermint, cinnamon, and lemongrass, this product is great after workouts, or even when you’ve extended yourself a little too far. As one reviewer says, “works like icy hot, but smells nice and is made with organic and natural ingredients.”

  25. Upcycled Record Coasters: This set of 6 coasters is made from real, reclaimed vinyl records. They’ve been sealed so that moisture won’t ruin the labels. Another great option for music lovers.

  26. Build Your Own Robot Kit: This cool kit comes with an assortment of normal hardware nuts, bolts, and screws and instructions to make 3 robots. Then you can use your imagination to make more.

  27. Cocktail Jam Sampler: This is an interesting set of 4 spiked jams—whiskey peach, strawberry limoncello, tequila jalapeño, and cherry fig mostarda with cider.

  28. Runner’s High Necktie: Here’s a fun gift for an avid runner. The little runners are wearing shoes of assorted colors. Pair it with #23 if he’s the traveling type!

  29. Jack Black The Balm Squad: These lip balms may have been made for men in mind, but I go hunting for them. That’s because they are so moisturizing—perfect for chapped, cracked lips during winter. There’s natural mint + shea butter, Asian pear, and black cherry in this gift set. Maybe you can convince him to share one with you.

  30. Star Wars Galactic 4-pack Socks Set with Collector’s Pins: Four pairs of socks and 2 collector’s pins make up this gift set for Star Wars fans. Pretty cool for socks.

  31. Beer Money Money Clip: If your guy is the money clip type, this black enameled clip is cheap and a fun stocking stuffer to boot.

  32. Mr. Doo Lemon Verbena Toilet Bowl Refresher: A few quick spritzes, and he’s ready to go. I’ve heard it’s also very good for potty training, etc. This is one of those ideas that can be Christmas stocking stuffers for everyone in the family, LOL.

  33. Cade Pre-Shaving Oil: Help him get a nice clean shave (or shape up), with this high-quality oil from L’Occitane. One or two drops softens the beard, leaves skin smooth, and allows for a close, precise shave.

  34. Travel Set for Men: Here is another set by L’Occitane (they have such excellent products), for either travel or to try out this product line. Included is the L’Occitan Shower Gel, Soap, After Shave Balm and the classic L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream.

  35. Cozy socks: The cozy socks from Nordstrom aren’t called Butter Socks for nothing. He just might fall in love with them, too. Plus, they come in fun prints for the season, like polar bears, reindeer, and the standard buffalo check.

Final Thoughts on Stocking Stuffers for Men

There you have it—a list of 35 wonderful stocking stuffers for this Christmas. These small gifts may not be as expensive as the other Christmas presents, but that just means you can be as creative or experimental as you would like. Don’t let the Christmas stocking be an afterthought. Fill it with unique, thoughtful gifts, just as you are going to include under the tree.

Which gifts do you think your guy would like?

Are there any gifts you wouldn’t mind getting yourself?

Cheers, Dears!

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