A Gift Guide for Millennial Men

We all struggle to buy good gifts for the people we love, and like me, you're turning to the internet for help. For those of you trying to find a gift for your mom, teenage daughter or six-year-old nephew, I'm not going to be much help. But I have some insights on millenial men (because I am one).

Of course, we love the latest technology, and a gift card or cash is always helpful. But if you'd like other options, here are five companies that sell tons of great gifts for millenial men.

1. Harry's

"Harry's was built out of respect for quality craftsmanship, simple design, modern convenience and most importantly for guys who know they shouldn't have to overpay for a great shave." - Harry's

2. Saddleback Leather

"To put it simply, Saddleback's goal is this: To love people around the world by making excessively high quality leather designs." - Dave Munson, Saddleback Leather

3. Grovemade

"We are a family of creators – close knit and a little crazy – handcrafting goods at our workshop in Portland, Oregon. We make beautiful products from quality materials because we believe each one is a representation of who we are." - Grovemade

4. Best Made Company

"Best Made Company® is dedicated to equipping customers with quality tools and dependable information that they can use and pass down for generations. We seek to empower people to get outside, use their hands and in doing so embark on a life of fulfilling projects and lasting experiences." - Best Made Company

5. Ugmonk

"Ever since the beginning, Ugmonk has been about my passion for design. I quickly discovered that there was a lot more to running a brand but it’s still the creation process that fuels me to keep going. Ugmonk will always remain a design-driven brand where design and quality come first." - Jeff Sheldon, Ugmonk

Special thanks to Alyssa Guerrero for designing the header image.

Harry's, Grovemade, Best Made Company and Ugmonk product images are from the respective websites. The first Saddleback product image is from Saddleback's website, and the second image is from Mac|Life.

ThoughtsTimothy Buck