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Grace Blair

5 Gifts with the Outdoorsman In Your Life

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The holidays are officially upon us and this might be your final chance to craft the perfect gift guide for your loved ones. If you’re one of the many Americans partaking in last-minute holiday shopping, you’re not alone; in fact, over half of all Americans typically wait until the last minute to buy the perfect gift. Unfortunately, the rush of the holidays doesn’t make last-minute shopping any easier.

When you’re looking to shop for the outdoorsman in your life, there’s always a new gadget or gizmo to make their adventures easier. Rely on these handy gift ideas to check a few more boxes off your Christmas list:

 

Rugged clothing

 

No outdoorsman could hope to survive without the right clothing. Between cold nights spent under the stars and inclement weather, the right jacket could make or break an adventure.

That’s why people who love the outdoors will always want high-end clothing that’s built to last. After all, a warm down jacket could mean the difference between a comfortable night’s sleep and a trip to the emergency room. But that’s just one item of clothing you can consider. Your loved one may also need sturdy socks, rugged boots, or even a new pair of leggings to keep the cold at bay.

 

Hunting accessories

 

While not every outdoorsman hunts, many do. If the outdoor lover in your life totes a gun or quiver when they venture into the wild, they will always need new cleaning supplies or tools to perform the necessary maintenance on their equipment.

For example, you might want to buy your loved one a rotary tumbler. This isn’t a necessary component of owning a gun, so it’s likely that your outdoorsman doesn’t already have one. Because they’re busy buying the basics, accessories like a rotary tumbler makes it the perfect gift for someone who enjoys their hobby. With a gift like this, your outdoorsman will have the shiniest brass cases in the woods.

 

A great camera

 

Enjoying the great outdoors can become even better if you have a camera to document your adventures. If your loved one is still relying on a camera from 2007, they’re overdue for an upgrade.

The recent innovations in tech have resulted in the best cameras around. Those old “waterproof cameras” that broke after one use are a thing of the past. Nowadays, durable cameras don’t mislead consumers: they actually work. Look for waterproof options that can sustain fall damage or airtight options that can resist the threats of dust and dirt.

 

A bag to carry their gear

 

No adventurer would last without a trusty duffle bag. After all, a great waterproof duffel bag should keep your clothing and electronics safe from the weather. They should also be comfortable to carry and easy on the eyes. Luckily, countless businesses rely on sites like Direct Liquidation to gain some of the best bulk supplies in the game. Once a retailer’s back stock of products starts to build, they need to sell it to smaller companies to earn back some of their investment. Typically, these transactions occur at wildly discounted rates. The result? More savings in your pocket, especially when you buy from the little guys. That means your outdoorsman will get some of the best gear in the game at a price that works for you.

 

A new first-aid kit

 

When is the last time that you checked your first-aid kit? More often than not, you probably don’t remember.

While nonperishable goods like bandages and cotton swabs will last for years, your antihistamines and antibacterial ointments will need replacing every once in a while. Keep in mind that the outdoorsman can never have too many first aid kits. After all, a dearth of rubbing alcohol or pain relievers could result in an infection. If you’re stuck trying to find the perfect gift, you can never go wrong with tools that promote safety.

Holiday shopping can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. These are just some of the gifts you should consider when shopping for the outdoorsman in your life.

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Grace Blair
Editor in Chief

Grace Clair is the editor-in-chief of E-Writer. She is a life-long writer and journalist with a prolific history of newspaper editing and reporting. With a background in creative writing and fine arts, Grace earned a graduate degree in creative writing and painting from University of Washington in Seattle. Grace was born and raised in the PNW and is currently based in our headquarters town of Portland, Oregon.

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