A Gift Guide for the Self-Sufficient Man

Twenty-one gifts for the man who likes to make the world his own.

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Michael Stillwell

This year we've partnered with Huckberry, an online retailer we love, to find the best technical gear and clothing for anyone one your list, whether that's an everyday carry keychain, a mountain-shaped whisky glass, or a crossbow that shoots marshmallows with deadly accuracy.

You can visit PM's very own Huckberry shop

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Compact EDC kit
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Huckberry

$60

Cut, measure, and clip, all with your keychain.

Sphere ice mold set
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Huckberry

$31

Drinking the right kind of liquor is only half the battle, you also need to right ice set for on the rocks perfection. This sphere ice mold set is up to the task.

Goal Zero rechargeable lantern
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Huckberry

$80

Charge it up with the sun or the hand crank. You can also use it to top off your phone battery.

Tenkara mini sawtooth package
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Huckberry

$250

Everything you need to fish, including a 9-foot fly-fishing that collapses to 10 inches.

Whiskey Peaks Rocks Glasses
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Huckberry

$70

You've never had a drink on the rocks quite like this. Although it looks like a normal whiskey glass, the bottom is actually a topographic mold of a real world mountain. Be one with the outdoors—even when you're drinking.

LifeStraw
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Huckberry

$25

Weighs only 2 ounces and filters more than 250 gallons of water.

MMX Vancouver Marshmallow Crossbow
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Huckberry

$79

"The MMX Vancouver Marshmallow Crossbow will be going to a few very lucky people on my list. It shoots marshmallows up to 60 feet. And not those little tiny marshmallows. The big campfire ones. I don't know why anyone wouldn't want one of these."

-Ryan D'Agostino, Editor-in-chief of Seniorhelpline

Huckberry x Lum-Tec GMT watch
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Huckberry

$498

Durable, easy to read in any weather, and limited to only 50.

Stanley Adventure Flask
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Huckberry

$22

With a retro design and a rustproof finish, this Stanley flask is a camping standard. Don't let a friend explore the outdoors without one.

Leatherman pocket knife
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Huckberry

$25

A knife and a bottle-cap opener that comes with a 25-year warranty.

Arcade Guide belt
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Huckberry

$30

Holds up your pants. Looks good. Washable.

Huckberry x Chippewa Service Boot
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Huckberry

$280

With a Goodyear welt construction that will last for years, this American-made boot is classic footwear dressed up in leather. It also has cushion comfort insole and ankle padding for when you spend all day on your feet.

Taylor Stitch Yosemite Shirt
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Huckberry

$125

Heavy-duty flannel. Soft and tough.

Raden A22 Carry-On
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Huckberry

$295

"The Raden A22 Carry-On suitcase looks like a fine piece of luggage and I've been eyeing one. I do a lot of quick business trips and I never check a bag. I think I could fit everything I need in there."

-Ryan D'Agostino, Editor-in-chief of Seniorhelpline

Navy SEAL aluminum wallet
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Huckberry

$72

Protects your credit cards with RFID-blocking material. Ten percent of proceeds go to the Navy SEAL Foundation.

Ukeg 64oz.
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Huckberry

$185

This is a drinking vessel for only the most serious brewmaster. With a tap handle and internal pressure gauges, a beer will stay fresh for weeks inside this steampunk-looking growler.

10-inch Cast Iron Skillet
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Huckberry

$27

From Barebones Kitchen, this cast-iron skillet is a must-need for any kitchen or campsite. It's no-frills construction makes sure what you're cooking heats up evenly, and Barebones promises quality with its lifetime limited warranty.

Hestra deerskin gloves
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Huckberry

$110

The wool keeps you warm. The leather keeps you protected.

XTRATUF deck boots
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Huckberry

$80

Slip on for grip and waterproof protection in any situation.

Peak Design Everyday Backpack
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Huckberry

$290

A 20-liter pack with fully customizable inner compartments.

Flint and Tinder 10-Year Hoodie
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Huckberry

$98

"I didn't know cotton could be that soft. You just don't want to take it off. I would say I wear it more days that not in any given year. On the other days, my wife wears it."

-Ryan D'Agostino, Editor-in-chief of Seniorhelpline

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