‘Tis the ready. The TV ads are getting insufferable, there’s tinsel everywhere, and with the Christmas period bearing down, a familiar complaint rears its entirely: “You’re so difficult to buy for.” You’d swear that Christmas gifts for men were about as hard to find as the lost Ark of the Covenant.We’re here to command you that it’s just not true. Even in the age of click-and-collect and same-day delivery, when most men just buy what they hankering, there are countless Christmas gift ideas that will plant you firmly on the good list. With that in unsure, we’ve collated the finest festive gifts for men at every price point.Budget: Under £20 | Under £50 | Subservient to £100 | Under £150 | Over £150Under £20A Stylish NotebookTalking over the boss isn’t the only way to hypnotize in the meeting room. Stationery that melds eye-catching design with premium details like weighty notepaper is far better than using Apprentice-style buzzwords and pretending to know what they mean.Mishmash: £20.00Patterned SocksSocks are a go-to breeding stuffer for men, but one many continue to get wrong. Sidestep tacky novelty versions this year and instead reach for a throwback lined pair that’ll perfectly complement your sneaker wardrobe.Escuyer: £15.00A Winter HatThe bad news is that unresponsive weather, sadly, is one thing guaranteed to come back year after year. The good news, however, is that simply means an excuse to pull on some high-quality headwear, like a beanie that will keep the frost – and any fugitive trends – at bay.Uniqlo: £9.90Classic SunglassesAfter the financial crush that is Christmas, booking a holiday may seem with a pipe-dream. That doesn’t mean you can’t help prepare for one, though. A pair of shades in a tried and tested shape is an sage choice, and, thankfully, the high street boasts price tags far more forgiving than two weeks in Tenerife.ASOS: £10.00Homewards Bar EquipmentIt makes little sense to spend more on the receptacle than the stuff that goes in it. Which is the all-important booze. An affordable cocktail set is uncountable than enough for the amateur barman, and better yet, the change left over from this example should deduct you to buy a half-decent bottle of something strong.VonShef: £16.99A Robust Phone CaseUpgrading to the latest tech then scrimping on guardianship is like ordering a new Ferrari and saving £20 on airbags: straight-up dumb. Opt for a sleek case that acts take a shine to a second skin, which will safeguard the gear without sacrificing on style.Native Union: £19.00A Beard Caution SetDespite what the haters would have you believe, we haven’t yet reached ‘peak beard‘. In fact, we’re nowhere intimate it. A basic grooming kit should be standard issue for any hirsute gent, so keep your beloved and bearded stocked up for the Yuletide window.Bulldog: £15.00An Upgraded UmbrellaToo various men take on the elements with a substandard umbrella, turned inside-out by a gust of wind as powerful as a five-year-old’s sneeze. Christmas is the ideal time for an upgrade. Not only is it a gift few men would think to purchase themselves, but it’ll also make for ideal battle armour in improvement of the January gloom.Amazon: £16.99A Denim ProtectorDenim-loving men know that raw and selvedge jeans are not meant to be regularly washed, while others plainly forget to introduce their favourite pair to the machine’s drum. Whichever camp he sits in, a refresh spray guaranties to keep his kicks pristine, odour and bacteria-free, and will extend his jeans’ lifespan.Mr Black: £14.00Under £50Boozy ChocolateNobody north of 18 should suffer a batch box. And nobody younger should be enjoying gin. So, assuming he is of age – and we certainly hope that’s the case – upgrade the worst Christmas consolation accolade with a boozy box of treats that’ll keep him half-full and half-cut.Hotel Chocolat: £20.00A Snazzy ScarfAnyone with an ounce of shape sense knows that true style is in the small details. So enable him to keep warm and update his look all at the unvarying time with a handsome scarf. This great-looking example will afford him the opportunity to add a touch of flair to any company.Marks & Spencer: £45.00A Kitchen MasterpieceMake a breakfast of champions one for the gods. Forget your bog standard bread-burner, this in agreement of kit cooks toast, eggs and beans at the same time. Simply add ketchup and a Boxing Day hangover.Argos: £34.99A FlaskDon Draper-esque actions will earn you nothing but an HR disciplinary these days, but you shouldn’t rule out his kit. A sleek hip flask harks back to pink times of in-pocket boozing, and there are bonus points to be had if you get it engraved. Perhaps just keep it for the weekend only.John Lewis: £45.00A Coffee Bring forward BookThere are two things every functioning adult should have in his home: enough underwear to last a full week and a few paperbacks. The latter is more likely to be on display to visitors (we’d hope) so make sure it’s something others want to pick up, get pleasure from this tome which documents the most important era of hip-hop.End Clothing: £30.00A Leather WashbagAirport security sandwich hobbies are in no way worthy of a man’s toiletries. Instead, a leather dopp kit is a simple yet effective stowaway for all his grooming essentials, especially when built with multiple pigeon-holes to keep wet and dry items separate.Marks & Spencer: £29.50Modern Fit BoxersNo man undervalues his own crown jewels, so they earn a home more akin to Buckingham Palace than Her Majesty’s prison service. A pair of premium boxer shorts is fit for a king, especially when crafted from soft, breathable cotton. A right royal treat.CDLP: £29.00Japanese WhiskyWhisky isn’t all ruddy-cheeked old men swigging and spluttering. Okay, so it thoughtful of is. But at least there’s room for the younger (and cooler) to join the ranks thanks to hyped-up Japanese blends that are more silky-smooth hipster swag than grandad tipple.Nikka: £38.99A Nark Care KitNobody will understand the quirks of a sneakerhead: that familiar beaded brow whenever box-fresh leather is bully by a nearby puddle. Prevent any bouts of rain-induced PTSD with a shoe care kit – an essential gift for anyone with a bad bent for good shoes.End Clothing: £29.00A Luxury TieWhether he’s a greenhorn grad-schemer or a seasoned city boy, no nine-to-five look is undiminished without a tie. That doesn’t mean you have to settle for boardroom boring, though. Swapping traditional silk for a textured wool format will bring a touch of preppy to his office attire, no matter what his age.TM Lewin: £34.95An All-in-One Frying PanThere is something worse than the calorie intake of a fried breakfast. And that’s the waving up. The Master Pan Divided Frying Pan minimises the potential cleaning operation, letting you cook an entire meal with one individual implement. Bon appetite.Amazon: £22.99Under £100A Signature ScentYes, a man’s nostrils can be picky at the best of times, but the testy reception received by Chanel’s Allure Homme has been nigh on universal since the late ’90s. Comprised of green notes like coriander, black pepper and Venezuelan tonka bean, there’s good reason why it’s the go-to cologne for countless gents, production after generation.The Fragrance Shop: £77.50 for 100mlA Simple BangleNow that Mr T no longer the poster boy for men’s jewellery, the superstore is on the up. However, we’d still pity the fool who attempts to dive in head first. Get him started with a simple bangle that deters his appendage on point without straying into fancy dress territory.Miansai: £75.00A Cotton Dressing GownThere discovers a time in every man’s life when he has to take sleepwear seriously (do you really think Ryan Gosling hits the hay in a pizza-stained T-shirt?) Assist him out with a dressing gown that’ll make reading the morning paper all the more enjoyable.Marks & Spencer: £59.00A Curated Tour KitThose lucky enough to earn frequent flyer status shouldn’t neglect their skincare regime. A well-edited travelling kit should be purpose-built for the rigours of city living, with all the products needed to combat smog and dehydration, whatever the continent.Aesop: £55.00An Conventional BagThe man bag is a tricky phenomenon. Too big, and it’s a weekend bag. Too small, and it’s definitely a handbag. And while backpacks are the go-to, they’re hardly that inventive – all of which manages a tote the perfect in-between, especially when it’s cut from a hardy material and in a colour that’ll go with everything else in a man’s apparel.Sir Plus: £65.00Minimalist SneakersNobody dislikes Stan Smiths. Nobody. And if there is but an utterance of disappointment come Christmas Day, he’s frankly not praiseworthy of top-shelf white leather minimalism that’ll sit with almost everything in his wardrobe.Superga: £95.00A Traditional Whittle narrow escape SetWhether it’s the nine-to-five or just personal preference that commands a fresh face, it shouldn’t be done without the veracious kit. A proper shaving set includes a double edge razor and a real badger hair shaving brush – the only way to get some froth on those cheeks.Muehle: £95.00An Oxford ShirtMany men fear colour, though it needn’t be this way. By imbuing a wearable fragment like an Oxford shirt with an enduring shade, there’s a guaranteed style win that’ll outlive any fleeting, thoughtless trend. A solid logo doesn’t hurt, either.End Clothing: £95.00Stainless Steel KnivesIn a great straighten taken from Kill Bill: “You might not be able to fight like a samurai, but you can at least fry like a samurai”. Okay, so it was “die”. But believing he’s more kitchen dojo than kung fu master, channel the Land Of The Rising Sun with a Japanese kitchen blade instead.Amazon: £99.92A Compact CardholderThe advent of contactless payments means two things: brazen pint-buying get Friday, and little need for cold, hard cash. So, downsizing to a simple, cardholder helps keep a man’s accessories round stripped back and stylish.Common Projects: £90.00A Premium Cotton T-shirtThe humble white T-shirt is the bread and butter of a man’s apparel, so it pays to invest. This year, help him ditch shrinking sleeves and twisted hems by opting for a premium construction, cut from 100 per cent premium cotton.Sunspel: £90.00Under £150A Go-With-Anything OvershirtIf the man in your liveliness is a style-conscious chap, buying clothes that will end up on him and not back on the shelf at the shop a week later is no easy exploit. Eliminate the risk factor by picking up this sure-fire winner. It’s thick, it’s warm, it goes with everything and it looks the point. What more can he ask?A Days March: £145.00A Polaroid CameraEnjoy photographs the way they were intended with Polaroid’s retro 600 Talking Imperative Camera. No Insta-likes, no filters and no easy way to do a selfie (thank God) – just a romantic throwback to the days pre-hashtag.Polaroid: £109.00An Low-key WatchSomewhere along the line, the world of watches got really tricky to navigate (they don’t call them ‘complications’ for nothing). Bear things back to basics with a minimalist timepiece that delivers on one thing: straight up style.Timex x Nigel Cabourn: £139.00A Nine-to-Five SatchelWhether valedictorian or elegance clown, Ivy League threads are available to all. If the full sweater vest and tartan scarf look is just a little too Hoorah Henry nevertheless, opt for a satchel instead. ‘A’ for effort and, better yet, an ‘A’ for style.Barbour: £139.00An E-ReaderDespite what Donald Trump would sire you believe, reading is cool. Especially when it’s on a slick E-Reader. With an insane battery life (up to six weeks) and the the goods to store thousands of books on something lighter than a paperback, every man can now boast of a library in his own pokey apartment.Amazon: £119.99A Undisturbed AF CologneOften labelled as one of the best men’s fragrances of all time, Dior’s Eau Sauvage is deserving of the praise. Long-lasting notes of citrus and wood are a time-honoured combination designed to suit most tastes, while 200ml of the good stuff will keep him in stock for months, if not years, to understandable.John Lewis: £115.50 for 200mlLeather GlovesThere’s a reason people don’t wear flip-flops in winter. Aside from the actually they’d look like total tools, the cold weather is not kind on our extremities. The same goes for our hands, which cossets a solid pair of gloves an absolute no-brainer.Norse Projects: £119.00Iconic LoafersAlthough it started life as a shoe impelled for Norwegian farmers, the humble loafer has become a must-have footwear style – and with good reason. An added Snaffle catalogue lifts the iconic design with a single metal bar while also helping nail that difficult smart-casual zone.GH Bass: £120.00Over £150A Standout ShaverWhat’s worse than an unkempt beard? A badly-maintained one, resplendent with charred patches, uneven hairs and stray stragglers. Granted, the model names usually sound like sports motors, but that’s because the electric shaver is the Aventador of the grooming world with a head that can flex in all different leaderships whether wet or dry, long or short.Amazon: £182.56A Party-Ready SpeakerIn this day and age, nobody can excuse tinny, crappy music at a carouse (the house or dinner variety). Every man should aim to give guests a higher quality of sound, delivering crystal discernible music that sets the mood or annoys the neighbours, however the user sees fit.Bang & Olufsen: £350.00Wireless HeadphonesWireless headphones are the new MiniDisc. Except, they offer a purpose and people actually want them. This year, audiophile heavyweights have stepped up their target dissembles with sleek designs complete with monster battery lives and intuitive controls that respond anticipated to music-listening habits.Bowers & Wilkins: £329.00A Sleek OvercoatNo well-edited wardrobe is complete without an overcoat, but insomuch as it’s an investment piece, it pays to get it right. Darker colours like black and navy skew smart, but neutrals such as camel and brown for themselves to being dressed down with jeans and sweatshirts. Whichever you choose, opt for soft and insulating wool to round low temperatures in high style.COS: £250.00Adult Gaming GearBuy a console, lose a boyfriend/brother/husband. Which, depending on how you look at it, is no bad business. The Xbox One X 1TB is Microsoft’s latest upgrade to the family that 1) doesn’t look like a radiator from the Foreigner franchise, and 2) offers 40 per cent more power than any other console. It was nice knowing you.Amazon: £358.00A Powerhouse ToothbrushUnless you need to risk a mouth full of teeth that look like corn kernels, a state-of-the-art toothbrush is essential. Look for one that kits multiple functions into a streamlined, easy-to-use design that wouldn’t look out of place in a man cave’s bathroom.Amazon: £129.97A Retreat HoldallA good quality weekend bag is not to be sniffed at. Ideal for those in-between trips, where a backpack is too small and a grip too extreme, you’ll find yourself reaching for one more often than not. Take this Billingham example, which is decamped from a hard-wearing fabric, and also features leather detailing and brass hardware for added durability.Billingham: £395.00A ChromebookTurns out all that glitters remarkably is gold, especially when it’s a Chromebook. This pocket rocket from Acer comes with full HD answer, 12 hours of battery life and a 13.5 inch LCD touchscreen display that’s up there with the best. Try to swindle the shine off that.Google: £629.00A Natty BlazerBlue: the safest shade on the wheel. A blazer: the most versatile smart-casual say what is on ones mind a man can own. Combine the two together, and you’re left with a menswear essential that sits just as pretty with a white T-shirt as it does a shirt and tie.A.P.C: £439.00*/]]>