Fisherman sweater, $91. (Or this layering number.)
Four lobster rolls, $115, straight from Maine, with a pound of lobster meat, New-England-style buns, and Luke’s secret seasoning. (Bonus: Get 15% off your order with code COJ15, good through January 31st.)
A mug, $9, that describes him perfectly.
Mochi with flavors like black sesame, matcha, and milk and cereal. $10 for four.
A fantastic memoir by Michael Tubbs, the youngest-ever mayor of a major American city. $26. (Or the Agassi book you devoured this year, if he hasn’t already read it.)
An incredible-smelling hand sanitizer to bring on his travels. $10.
Cool chips, $18, for him to serve with friends.
Big Sur auto fragrance, $12, which smells like coastal rain and eucalyptus.
Keytag to make him laugh. $15. (Or this one!)
Matches, $4, for his kitchen counter. (Why are long matches so satisfying to light?)
A donation in his name to Code Nation, which helps students in under-resourced high schools acquire the skills and experiences to kick start tech careers. Because computer nerds are the best nerds.
P.S. The 2018 brothers gift guide, the 2019 brothers gift guide and the 2020 brothers gift guide.
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