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6 Gifts for the Mountain Man Who Has Everything

For the boys. Leslie Hittmeier photo. 

It's pretty difficult to buy a Christmas present for the outdoor man in your life. Critical gear choices like boots or skis are sometimes best left up to the user, as personal preference trumps even your best gear intentions. For the bloke that has everything, here is a list of gear that is fairly affordable that can be used every day in a mountain town. 

Arcade Adventure Belts 

The ultimate go anywhere, do anything, always comfortable belt. From hiking to hybrid board shorts, skating to snow pants, its stretch comfort, low profile design and high-grade weather-proof materials will change the way you think about belts.

Price: $26 | Shop here.

Timex Weekender 

You should own a watch. The Timex Weekender provides a ton a style for a low price point with options for different straps. It's a great choice for your first watch or a low-priced option for your collection. 

Price: $60 - $80 |  Shop here.

Leatherman Signal 

In the all-new Signal, Leatherman’s traditional functional tool pairs with new preparedness features —like a diamond-coated sharpener for maintaining your straight and serrated blade, a fire-starting ferro rod, and an emergency whistle. 

Price: $99 | Shop here.

Stio Men’s Miter Flannel Shirt 

Born right here is Jackson Hole this soft, lightweight flannel features single button front pocket closures for comfortable layering and a classic, timeless style for year-round wear.

$95 | Shop here.

Chips 2.0 – Universal Bluetooth Wireless Helmet Audio 

Bluetooth compatible in-helmet speakers with simple, glove-friendly controls for audio, phone, voice command (Siri) and push-to-talk walkie-talkie functions. The perfect way to crush some tunes on the mountain. 

$130 | Shop here.

Teton Gravity Research Hydro-Flask 21 oz.

The Teton Hydro Flask Engraved - 21 oz. is the perfect go-anywhere companion on your busiest shred days. 

$30 | Shop here.

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