These guy-appropriate gifts are sure to put a smile on his face.
For the Clotheshorse:
In 2007, roommates Brian Spaly and Andy Dunn began altering their own pants on a girlfriend’s sewing machine in search of better fit. According to company lore, their classmates at Stanford Business School started sending in orders and their clothing line â€” Bonobos â€” was born. Give the gift of the perfect fit: Choose by cut (boot or straight leg); style (office, casual or crazy); and climate, and the “Style Ninjas” at Bonobos will find the best pair for your man.Â Nothing says love like a man in pants that fit like a glove. ($88-165, )
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For the Music Aficionado:
2009 marked 25 years of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This bound book of legendary photos includes every member ever inducted to the exclusive club of the world’s best musicians and producers. A music-trivia-loving man can fill his encyclopedic brain with facts and insights from a quarter of a century of music history. For ultimate effect, throw in his favorite Springsteen album. ($35,Â )
For the Sports Fanatic:
Nosebleed seats may not be romantic, but they certainly send a message: I’m into what you’re into â€” and I’m not scared to eat a hot dog, even on Valentine’s Day. Treat your guyÂ to tickets for his favorite team and surprise him with a jersey at halftime. Prices vary by venue. For tickets, try Ticketmaster.
For the Art Lover:
Is his flat-screen TV his favorite work of art? Showcase it like a fine oil painting on this easel from Restoration Hardware â€”Â it’s a traditional artist’s easel repurposed as an adjustable TV stand. See? Even a football game can be art! ($995,)
For the Adventurer:
This Valentine’s Day, give the gift of … meat. Burgers, actually â€” from Exotic Meats USA, where you can order your love a sampler of venison, elk, buffalo and even wild boar burgers to devour. He says he’s not afraid to try new things? Let him start at the grill. ($95.95,)