5 Affordable Gifts for Him
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5 Affordable Gifts for Him

Posted on Monday, December 9th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Find affordable gifts for under $15 for the man in your life! If you’re like us you dread the holiday gift-giving season. Don’t get us wrong, we love giving to our loved ones and finding the perfect present, but it’s the process of picking out the perfect present that is so darn difficult! To help you out we’ve scoured the internet to find the perfect gifts for him that are not only useful, but they’re affordable too! Check out our finds that are all under $15!

Holiday Gifts Ideas for Him

1. For the Foodie

Scientific fact: everyone loves bacon. We’re betting the men in your life don’t mind the taste of bacon. Now you can see what Seattle foodies are raving about when you purchase the Skillet Bacon Spread. This delish condiment goes great with burgers, sandwiches, and whatever other concoctions you can think of! This spread is made by famous Seattle diner Skillet and has all-natural ingredients like bacon, sugar, onion, assorted spices, and balsamic vinegar.

2. For the Coffee Drinker

This year’s hit animal, Grumpy  Cat,  is making her way onto your favorite type of cup: the mug! Pick up the Grumpy Cat Mug for an accurate representation of how you feel on an early morning.

3. For the Bather

At a price like these it’s hard not to purchase both of these affordable soap options! It’s up to you which one you’ll pick, but we’ve found some awesome Wood Themed Soap  and some Guinness Beer Soap. The organic wood soap was originally designed to be a shaving soap, but it can also be used on the face and the body. It’s made with natural ingredients like olive oil, coconut oil, essential oils, shea butter, and flaxseed oil. The Guinness Beer Soap is handmade with Guinness Stout, vanilla essential oil, organic ground oats, Wisconsin honey, dutch cocoa, sodium hydroxide, water, and oils.

4. For the Traveler 

Make sure belongings don’t get lost in the midst of hectic travel with this useful gift for the traveler in your life! Buy this Bike Chain Luggage Tag for a sturdy and unique tag to identify baggage. This tag is handmade from recycled bike parts and comes with a 6″ steel wire fastener.

5. For the Cyclist 

Does the man in your life enjoy cycling around town? Now he can keep his ride looking good at a great price! This portable Cycle Care Kit has all the essentials: steel, chrome and tin polish, wash and wax, sprocket and gear oil, and natural insect and bug repellent. Each part of the cycle care kit is 2 oz. each which makes it the perfect transportable size!

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