Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Him

February 02, 2024

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Him

Valentine's Day gifting for that special man in your life is easier than you think! We've rounded up seven great gift ideas. We've selected products made with intention, care, and quality materials, from some of our favorite American brands and independent makers. 
Buffalo Nickel Cufflinks

These cufflinks are crafted from actual buffalo nickel coins. Buffalo nickel coins were struck by the United States Mint from 1913 to 1938. These antique coins have been intricately hand-cut with a jeweler's saw. Each pair has sterling silver cufflink findings soldered onto the buffalo nickel. The backings are strong, hinged findings that will not pull through your cuffs. They are the perfect unique gift for a stylish man to wear on his french cuff shirts. 

Star Stamped Leather Wrapped Rocks Glasses

Star Stamped Leather Wrapped Rocks Glasses

Pairing a classic rocks glass design with incredibly durable leather, you'll be proud to put this set of Leather Wrapped Rocks Glasses on your bar. Handcrafted in Louisville, Kentucky, the Rocks Glasses boast full-grain leather wraps, constructed with robust stitching and solid brass rivets for a secure hold. The boxed set includes two glasses and star-stamped leather wraps, perfect for enjoying a glass of your favorite bourbon together!

 Modern Classic Cocktails

Modern Classic Cocktails

As the title implies, the beautiful hardcover book delivers over sixty recipes for today’s modern classics. These delicious drinks are paired with entertaining backstories from the cocktail revival of the past thirty years by a two-time James Beard Award nominee and New York Times cocktail and spirits writer, Robert Simonson. The Espresso Martini, White Negroni, Death Flip, Old Cuban, Paper Plane, Siesta, and many more, are all included here along with each drink's recipe origin story. Spice up date night with these creative cocktails. 

 Patriotic Collection Double Sided Waiter's Knife

Patriotic Collection Double Sided Waiter's Knife

This Patriotic Collection Double Sided Waiter's Knife features solid steel construction and all the tools that your wine connoisseur wants - corkscrew, foil cutter, and integrated bottle opener. The tool is functional, beautiful, and of the highest quality. It features a patriotic design on the handle, with alternating inlaid stripes of red coral and white mother of pearl and a blue lapis field with a single mother of pearl star at center.  The Waiter's Knife is a perfect Valentine's Day gift- pair it with your favorite bottle of red wine. 

 Kobold Arctic Diver Titanium Tactical Watch with Green Nylon Strap

Kobold Arctic Diver Titanium Tactical Watch with Green Nylon Strap

The Arctic Diver is one of the toughest and most reliable Kobold watches ever built. Its 44.5mm case features an extra-thick, domed sapphire crystal, a triple-sealed, screw-locked crown, and an extra-thick stainless steel caseback. An internal secondary case made from soft-iron shields the Swiss-made automatic movement from magnetic interference (up to 80,000 A/m). In 2020, Kobold began working on a version of the Arctic Diver using aerospace-grade titanium as the material for the outer case. This is watch is the first Arctic Diver model to have a titanium outercase, presented in DLC-coated black. Looks great on the wrist and performs in the most extreme of conditions- perfect for the adventurous spirit who has your heart.

Woolly Mammoth Tooth 4" Damascus Steel Double Sided Linerlock Knife

Woolly Mammoth Tooth 4" Damascus Steel Double Sided Linerlock Knife

This Woolly Mammoth Tooth 4" Damascus Steel Linerlock Pocket Knife features a knife handle with a section of a tooth from an actual Woolly Mammoth – one that lived around 15,000 years ago. The knife incorporates a 4" Damascus Steel blade. Damascus Steel is characterized by its strength, edge-holding ability, and its dramatic appearance. As beautiful as it is functional!

Leather Messenger Bag Leather Messenger Bag

Designed with a discerning eye, this Leather Messenger Bag offers no more than he will need, and no less. No hinges, no hard corners, and no silly locking mechanism. Just premium, full-grain leather, robust stitching, and solid brass hardware for a lifetime of service, guaranteed. We love it for its sleek and subtle Horween Chromexcel shell, designated laptop pocketing, and heavy duty zipper. A great gift for any man in your life, handcrafted with care in Kentucky.






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