Gifts Guide: Ideas under $50

Gift ideas are tough to acquire last minute. We picked a handful of items that you can get for under $50.

Gifts Guide: Ideas under $50

Gift ideas are tough to purchase for acquaintances that you do not see often. Even tougher, a white elephant gift swap with your office. We simplify all the hard work for you so no need to worry about your last minute gifts.


Anker Soundbuds Slim Wireless

Anker has been growing as a popular tech accessory brand ever since its inception. Quality products at a reasonable price and they continue to compete with the best of them. The Soundbuds are no exception to that rule: sleek design and there is a good reason it is highly rated.


Path Projects Sykes PX Shorts

Some of the top-quality active brands are expensive. This brand takes a different approach. Shorts should not cost more than your shoes, and here we have the perfect suggestion. High-performance activewear at a low cost, you are welcome.


The Muncher Multi-tool utensil

The muncher multi-tool is great if you have a little flexibility in the cost of the item. It comes with all you need to eat on the backpacking trip. An easy gift set for just about anyone you know, cause most of us opt outside.


Cabin Porn Book

Just like in the subtitle: Inspiration for Your Quiet Place Somewhere. Those with wanderlust might not need additional motivation, but it is the perfect coffee table book. Great pictures to compliment the urge to get out an explore.


Overview: A New Perspective of Earth

I'm sticking with the theme of coffee table books. This one may be because my industry revolves around it although I highly doubt anyone will be able to put it down. Another book that is on my list to purchase.


Therm-a-rest Z Seat

At under $15, you can get yourself some camp gear. The Term-a-rest provides a little cushion between you and your bum, so you don't wake up with a stiff back. Ideal for those on a tight budget or need an idea to an avid camper.


Overmont Hiking Kettle

Didn't like the previous outdoor activist suggestion? No worries, we have this hiking kettle for the inner tea sipping hippie. It is all good man.


Trekology Ultralight Pillow

Last outdoors suggestion, I promise. The ultralight on your wallet gift (see what I did there?) Inflatable pillow that you can bring on the flight or take on a hike. Takes up to no space so you can rest easy on the trails.


Fulton and Roark Tybee Solid Cologne

Nothing is easier to apply or pack. The Fulton and Roark Tybee Solid Cologne gives off the manly scent of cedar and rosewood. Seven simple ingredients to make those business trips a little more bearable.


NOMATIC Minimalist Wallet

The perfect backup wallet, or if you don't carry cash, it could be your everyday carry. Sleek and keeps your cards safe in one spot. It may be a surprise to you (as it was for me), but it can hold up to fifteen cards. I know, it is crazy.