2020 Gift Guides: For Your Fella

Ladies, we all know who gets the job done when it comes to Christmas shopping. And let’s face it… men can be hard to buy for. And if we know anything about outdoorsman, it’s that they probably aren’t spending money on their everyday wardrobe. You finally get him off the boat, off the tractor, out of the blind only to realize that throughout the year his nice clothes have morphed into grease covered work clothes. So let’s kill two birds with one stone… knock out some Christmas shopping and spruce up your man’s wardrobe while you’re at it!

  1. Wanderer Polo ($64.99)
    Not only is this lightweight, moisture-wicking material breathable, but it also provides UPF 30 sun protection. This polo will keep your man cool and comfortable from the golf course, to riding on the boat, to your dinner reservations.
  1. Moorland Waxed Jacket ($212.99)
    My personal favorite this season, the Moorland Waxed Jacket provides a classic look with a durable build. It’s a good thing the weather-resistant, stretch canvas will stand the test of time because this classic design won’t be going out of style any time soon.
  1. Creekside Button Down ($19.99)
    Church, dinner, work, or a party every man needs a few staple button downs. With a classic cut and added comfort stretch, this woven dress shirt will have your fella looking sharp and feeling comfortable. 
  1. Uplander Sweater ($129.99)
    You know when the weather is just cool enough to need another layer, but not cold enough for a jacket? The Uplander Sweater is perfect to throw on over a button down or polo and provide that additional warmth. With a wool outer shell and nylon lining, is the ultimate wind blocker and temperature regulator. 
  1. Summit Vest ($89.99)
    When buying for the outdoorsmen in my life, I always look for pieces that are transitional. One minute we’re loading up to go to dinner, the next we’re on the Mule checking deer cameras or working on the irrigation system in the corn field. Having pieces that function well regardless of the situation is crucial for an outdoorsman wardrobe. The Summit vest does just that. Having a water-resistant, wind-blocking, micro-fleece outer shell and warm fleece lining, this vest will keep your outdoorsman concealed, dry, and warm no matter the environment.
  1. Waxed Bag Bundle ($349)
    How many times has your man tried to convince you to share luggage on a trip? Spoiler alert… never a good idea. With this five piece bundle, everyone will have their own bag to pack in, regardless of how much room you need. Worth $468, this bundle includes the Duffle Back Pack, both the Medium and Large Rugged Bags, the Sportsman bag, and the shell bag. Whether a weekend getaway or week long excursion, there’s enough for whatever your trip may bring. Meanwhile the durable waxed cotton canvas and detachable shoulder straps will allow you to travel in comfort for many years to come.
  1. Granger Barn Coat ($99.99)
    The corduroy collar paired with the heavy-duty cotton canvas will have your outdoorsman looking sharp while remaining durable and practical. And no one will complain about the many deep pockets.
  1. Hats ($5-$24.99)
    No outdoorsman’s outfit is complete without the proper headwear. Trucker style, visor, flat bill, patch, structured, or unstructured… finding the perfectly tailored hat is our equivalent to shoes or purses. Regardless of your fella’s preferences, Heybo has something that will please his taste.
  1. Sportsman Field Pant ($69.99)
    Possibly one of the most impressive aspects of mens’ fashion is the ability to transition a pair of pants to nearly any situation. A good pair of khakis can go with him from the field, to the church pew, to an office job, to dinner plans. With four color options, your man will be ready for whatever situation he’s thrown this holiday season.