By on December 1, 2019

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When it comes to the holiday shopping season, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just the beginning. So with that in mind, here are some gift ideas for the man and/or gearhead (gearheads of all genders, of course) in your life. Happy shopping!

50 States, 5,000 Ideas

This book will give you plenty of ideas for what to do on your next road trip. A perfect stocking stuffer for someone one your list who’s always on the go.

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Survival Kit

 

Your road-tripper may need help while out there, so play it safe with this survival kit.

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Neck Massager

 

Who doesn’t want a nice neck massage? This unit does the trick, and you won’t have to trek to that shady “massage parlor” in the strip mall down the street. You know the one. It’s the one you expect the cops to bust (phrasing!) any day now.

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Hanging Toiletry Bag

 

Continuing the road-trip theme, this toiletry bag will be perfect for the man on your list who travels a lot, and not just by car. As road-weary auto journalists, we’re considering getting this ourselves.

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Hooded Jacket

 

Stay warm while wrenching this winter with this Wrangler long-sleeved hooded jacket. Quilted lining will keep the cold at bay, and the hood will cut the wind. Cut the wind, not cheese. Get your minds out of the gutter, shoppers.

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Whiskey Stones

 

Finish off a long day with some whiskey, properly cooled without ice. No liquid cooling here (ha!). The whiskey tumblers are the perfect glasses for your whiskey, as you relax by the fire.

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Cybertruck Sweater

Have some fun with the newest Tesla prototype and its looks by rocking this ugly sweater at your next holiday party.

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Ford Bronco

 

There’s a new Bronco (and baby Bronco) on the way, but shop for all your Bronco gear now. Or shop for it because you remember the OG Bronco (and the much-maligned Bronco II). Whatever, it’s your choice…just know all your Bronco gear lies just a click away.

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7 Comments on “The Best Gifts for Men: TTAC’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide...”


  • avatar
    iNeon

    Any hope of transparency in these monetizing exercises?

    How much are these postings worth?

    • 0 avatar
      spookiness

      It’s 2019. Who cares. That said, I always joke that any guy who doesn’t have a nose and ear hair trimmer by 30 will probably be needing one, if he doesn’t already!

    • 0 avatar
      Tim Healey

      Can’t give away corporate secrets, but we do these to help pay the bills. I know it annoys some of you, but it helps pay for the stuff that you like about TTAC.

      Think of it this way — Porsche sells the Cayenne in part to pay for the 911.

      • 0 avatar
        iNeon

        I’ll gladly read less of these if it leads to less of Corey’s co-opting histrionics and Wiki/Craigslist re-writes.

        Deal?

        • 0 avatar
          ToddAtlasF1

          Are you opening these articles by accident? I’ve had trouble with some types of advertisements loading in the past, but it is easy to recognize an article that doesn’t interest you and not read it. Plenty of Corey’s articles based on used car ads or light research yield good discussions. If you don’t enjoy them, it should be easy for you to skip them. Other people aren’t like you and it isn’t a virtue to try to make them participate only in activities you approve of.

          • 0 avatar
            Lie2me

            I agree, I like Corey’s stuff because he involves everyone in the discussion, if you don’t like them don’t read them

  • avatar
    How_Embarrassing_4You

    Thanks.

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