Whether you're shopping for your dad, your brother, a partner or a friend, sometimes it's hard to shop for the men in your life—especially when you ask what they want, and they just shrug it off. You want to get him something he'll absolutely love, so go for something that plays into his interests, like whiskey stones, tech tools, or a record player.
For the guy who's always mixing up a new creative cocktail: This sleek barware set, complete with a shaker, stir stick, jigger, and strainer. It also comes in silver stainless steel, if copper's not his style.
Any cyclist will appreciate this sleek tool kit specifically for bikes, with a cool "anatomy of a bicycle" chart inside the lid.
$45 - $150, UncommonGoods
You've heard of drinking something on the rocks, but this lets you drink liquor from a rock. The handmade dispenser will add a rustic touch to anyone's bar.
Any photography buff will appreciate this kit, which comes with three different lenses for your smartphone and makes professional-quality photos on the go a reality.
With a few card slots and spot for cash, what more could he need? The two-tone case also comes in multiple color combos.
Your go-to handyman can add this to the ranks of WD-40 and duct tape. The putty-like adhesive is so versatile, it even made list.
He'll never have to drink warm beer again thanks to this tool you slip into the bottle to keep beverages cold until you're done drinking.
The man in your life needs this dash cam for his next road trip. It has a 170 degree wide-angle lens to ensure every memorable moment is captured.
Not only can you get this money clip personalized with his initials, full name, or a meaningful phrase, but you can pick the font as well.
Keys, wallet, phone: If he can never keep them together, a central organizer might be the move. Bonus: Get the tray engraved with his initials.
Nothing is more annoying than tangled cords, especially if you own a million gadgets and gizmos. Good thing this travel organizer has space for every charger imaginable.
$14.95 for 6, Amazon
Trimmed down from real LPs, the retro labels feature hits from the '50s to the '90s—and keep your coffee table ring-free.
Grilling season can last all year long with this indoor cooktop. After hosting a wintertime BBQ, clean-up takes only minutes thanks to the nonstick griddle.
This United States-shaped display is a creative way to help him show off his love of beer. Gift it with a couple six packs if you really want brownie points.
He'll inevitably lose his guitar picks, so keep him playing with this DIY punch. It cuts old gift cards or hotel keys into homemade picks.
$34.95 for a set, Amazon
Instead of sipping whiskey on the rocks, just drink it with, well, a rock. Stored in the freezer, these granite stones chill liquor come cocktail hour without watering down his favorite Scotch.
With a simple face and steel-mesh band, this timepiece checks off all the boxes for the understated dresser.
This leather fob silences jangling keys by stacking them on top of each other. Even better? No more scratches on his phone screen.
He'll appreciate these socks that will keep him warm all football season long and show off his sense of humor.
If he's always losing his keys, this Bluetooth-powered tracking tag and companion app will make finding them next time a breeze.
A braided cable stands at the ready whenever his phone dips into low battery territory (outlets for lightning and micro-USB make it extra convenient). Keep it tangle-free with a leather cinch.
$69.95 for 4, Crate & Barrel
Any man who knows his steaks knows Laguiole blades are the best companions. Dig in!
Ice water or hot coffee, the temp will stay just right for hours in a stainless steel flask. Plus, the double-wall vacuum insulation keeps condensation off his desk and out of his bag.
This easy-to-transport set means impromptu (and competitive!) tournaments can take place at home, at a friend's house, or on vacation.
Yep, he can stream the game, but binge-watching your favorite TV show together also just got a little easier. Just speak into the remote to queue up the next episode of Game of Thrones.
Iced coffee has nothing on the smoother, less acidic taste of cold brew, so help him skip the Starbucks line and make his own. The key is mixing one part grounds to four parts water, and then steeping overnight in this specialized carafe.
Music lovers can appreciate this pint-sized speaker with a surprisingly big sound. Play tunes via Bluetooth, or plug in a phone to charge while streaming Spotify.
$40 for 2, UncommonGoods
These bookends are made from vintage, 45 rpm vinyl records and are the ultimate gift for a music lover who likes to show off his passion.
A bigger splurge for the record-lover: Give the person who spins you right round (like a record, baby) an old-school turntable. Now go dust off his favorite LPs.
If he's a fix-it kind of dude, get him the best tool for the job. This top-rated pick brings enough oomph for that project he keeps meaning to finish.
He can stream shows and read magazines for free with Amazon Prime, so if he doesn't have the latest Fire HD 8 tablet (which now has Alexa integration) this will make a great gift.
If he loves to (or aspires to!) brew his own beer, this brewing appliance from PicoBrew will help him easily craft his own delicious concoctions at home.
$60 and up, Mapiful
Wrap up a personalized gift that's not a monogrammed keychain. A custom map of his hometown or favorite vacation spot brings back the memories—and looks pretty sleek framed on the wall.