filson beanie

filson beanie

Beanie, $45. Because it’s impossible to not look handsome in a red cap. (This one is nice, too.)

three's company keychain

TV show key tag, $7, to make him laugh.

filson utility jacket

A Filson work jacket, from $150. Rugged, stylish and cool.

titanic illustrated history

This incredible Titanic book, from $2. Because we’ve been reading children’s Titanic books to Anton, and they’re endlessly compelling. This grown-up version is illustrated and super detailed.

field cast-iron skillets

Prices for vintage cast-iron skillets are skyrocketing on eBay, but Field, a startup by two brothers, is making hand-poured skillets with smooth cooking surfaces (versus pebbled), just like the old-fashioned ones. Made in the USA to last a lifetime. $125.

Aesop Marrakech Intense

Marrakech Intense, $85, a sultry mix of spicy and woodsy. (Bonus: It’s unisex, so you can steal it.)

thumb massagers

Thumb massagers to upgrade your shoulder rubs. $4. (They also double as Troll crocs.) (Just kidding.)

kyoto dry gin

Kyoto Ki No Bi Dry Gin, $60. From Alex: “A friend from Japan turned me on to this, and it might be the best gin I’ve ever had, with a unique lightness in feel (maybe because it is a rice-based spirit), and a great balance, blending classic British-style juniper notes with distinctive Japanese botanicals: yellow yuzu, Japanese cypress, green tea, bamboo and sanso berries.” So, there you go.

tempur-pedic sleep mask

Tempur-Pedic sleep mask, $29, for the most luxurious sleep, ever.

bon appetit

A year-long subscription to the witty Bon Appetit magazine, plus treats, from $15.

dan white magician

A fun experience together, such as the mind-blowing magician at the Nomad. (People rave about it; tickets sell out in 10 seconds.)

ashkahn romantic card

A note saying how much you love him, since that’s all he really wants anyway.

P.S. The 2016 gift guide for husbands, the 2017 gift guide for husbands, and the 2018 gift guide so far.