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Nov 16 2016

8 Stocking stuffers for the traveling gentleman

It’s getting close to the holidays and Christmas shopping will be upon us soon. In an effort to ease the pain of shopping for the men on your Christmas list (men can be notoriously difficult to shop for), I’ve compiled a list of eight great stocking stuffers that any stylish traveling man will love. Manly men on the go need gifts they can take with them when they jet to their next destination. 

Grid-It – $14

The Grid-It System is an elastic organization system for electronics and personal items made of a unique weave of rubberized elastic bands. It will keep his electronics and small travel items organized in a suitcase or laptop bag. I use this to hold chargers, batteries and camera accessories that woul dotherwise be lost in the bottom of my bag. Keep your man styled, entertained and organized with these easy travel-themed Christmas gifts.  

Where to buy – Grid-It



Old Spice Pomade and Putty – $6.75

Old Spice is the quintessential man-brand and has been delivering products that enable guys to look effortlessly groomed for more than 75 years. Their new line of hair styling products come in convenient travel sizes and provide lasting form and hold to ensure he looks his best wherever he may be in the world. I often sport medium to longer hair and the Old Spice putty is easy to use for moring styling or a quick touch up between flights. No one likes airplane hair, after all. I’m able to use both products in dry hair for a clean cut or casual disheveled look. The scents are subtle and pleasant, much better than your average barbershop pomade so you can fend off that stale travel stench.  I’m hoping Santa drops a few of these in my stocking this year. 

Where to buy – Pomade and Putty


Carry On Cocktail Kit – $24

The Carry On Cocktail Kit includes everything you need to mix up two delicious cocktails at 30,000 feet. Whether you’re in the mood for a proper Old Fashioned, the perfect Gin & Tonic or a spicy Moscow Mule, the Carry On Cocktail Kit is the ultimate traveler’s companion. Finally, the end of all poorly mixed airline drinks, in a carry-on.

Where to buy – Carry On Cocktail Kit


Travel Leather Cigar Humidor – $26

If you have a man in your life who enjoys cigars, travel humidors will keep his favorite premium stogies in perfect smoking condition whenever or wherever he may go.

Where to buy – Travel Leather Cigar Humidor


Corter Leather Travel Wallet For Men – $89

A wallet for the stylish globe-trotting man. The Corter Leather travel wallet for men is built to keep your personal belongings safe while on route. It features a passport sized compartment so he’ll be able to fit boarding passes comfortably inside. For the design, it comes in your choice of Natural, Saddle Tan, Blood Red, Navy and Black leather colors. on the right-hand edge of the wallet which makes it incredibly easy to slide out of your pocket.

Where to buy – Corter Leather Travel Wallet For Men


Kent Men’s Handmade Comb – $17

A man doesn’t need much in the hairbrush department to keep his beard in order — just a comb will do. But in a throwaway culture, it’s nice to upgrade that comb from plastic, disposable varieties. Which is why Kent men’s handmade comb make a great gift. Saw cut, and then hand polished and buffed to create soft rounded teeth that will not damage hair.

Where to buy – Kent Men’s Handmade Comb


The Ultimate Man’s Survival Guide – $22.50

This is the go-to resource for men to handle any situation out in the wild, from escaping alligators to mixing the perfect martini. More than just how to do manly things, this book also discusses the definition of manliness and the true essence of being a man in today’s world. A fun gift with a hint of humor.

Where to buy – The Ultimate Man’s Survival Guide


Tanner Goods Drifter Dopp Kit – $110

Tanner Goods lives by the mantra of building great products that will last. If you’re in the market for a vintage-style dopp kit that you don’t want to ever worry about replacing, then this is a great option.

Where to buy – Tanner Goods Dopp Kit

This content was sponsored by Old Spice but all thoughts and opinions are my own. I hope you enjoy following along! #ad

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Eric left Washington, D.C. to travel the world starting with Chiang Mai, Thailand. He enjoys peaty scotch, long walks on the beach (or up mountains) and most sports or activities with potential risk of injury or death.

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  • John

    Excellent list! I’ve already bought a few of these for my friends, thanks!

    December 14, 2016 at 9:50 am

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