Holiday guide: Gifts for the outdoorsy man

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1. Art in the Age’s handsome new gin uses old-world botanicals for a woodsy flavor that works in both savory (for him) and sweet (for you) cocktails. $30, www.hitimewine.net

 




2. iGrill’s genius wireless Bluetooth meat thermometer — which works with Apple or Android devices — lets him monitor the grill or oven from up to 200 feet away. $80, www.igrillinc.com  





3. This map lets him scratch-off where he’s been to –or dreaming of exploring next. Mini Scratch Map, $17, www.restorationhardware.com

 

4. When he does shave, this is what he’ll want to use. Plus, the lavender-scented cream and oil in this kit meet TSA guidelines. The Art of Shaving 4 Elements of The Perfect Shave kit, $60, www.theartofshaving.com

 




5. Inspired by camping, this candle features cedar and cypress notes. And when it’s done, the enamel cup goes with him on his next outdoor adventure. F.S.C. Barber signature candle, $55, www.fscbarber.com

 




6. Take him on a nostalgic ride. These ceramic plates depict some of his favorite winter activities. L.L.Bean Winter Lodge Plate Set, $40, www.llbean.com

 




7. This is no man purse — rather, it’s a cool way to lug around his tablets, notebooks and, um, surprise gifts for you. Filson Tin Cloth Grip Case, $165, www.filson.com

 




8. Bialetti’s new eco-friendly Aeternum Evolution gray and white pans are not only sleek, but they also feature improved heat distribution and an oven-safe   handle.  $40, www.bialetti.com

 




9. Tiviloi’s classic, handsome Model One radio now comes with Bluetooth wireless technology. $260,

www.tivoliaudio.com


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