Perhaps your life is full of discerning men with great taste in, well, everything, and you need to figure out what to get them this holiday season. Or maybe you, yourself, are one of these men, and you're looking for some things to add to your wishlist. Either way, we've got you covered.
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Penfield Hoosac Real Fur Hooded Down Mountain Parka, $465
A classic parka that will keep you warm and looking good in literally any weather, the Hoosac is water-resistant yet still breathable, making it the perfect coat for extended periods of outdoor activity. No details are forgotten here: the coyote fur–lined hood looks great and keeps wind off your face, the buttons are rubber and thus easy to grip, and there are more pockets than you'll know what to do with. Penfield.com, $465
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American Trench Socks, $30
You never really want to buy socks for yourself — it always seems like there's something far more satisfying you could be spending your money on. But receiving a nice, moderately luxurious selection of high-quality hosiery as a gift? Yes, please. American Trench is making some great stuff — classic but just playful enough, and super comfortable. American Trench, $30
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Pendelton National Park Blanket
Because it's not enough to make sure you look good — you need to make sure your surroundings are up to par as well. And during the colder months, there's no better way to spruce up your home than with one of these National Park–themed blankets from Pendelton. We're partial to the color scheme on this Badlands version, but take your pick. Pendleton.com, $199.
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Land’s End Hyde Park Button Down Oxfords
Land's End may not be the first place you think of when you think of stylish men, but here us out: At a time when all the mall brands have shifted to weird short-collar OCBDs, and all the high-end men's shops have raised their prices on the most classic of classic American shirts (Brooks Brothers' exemplary version is now $140), Land's End is still quietly selling the same solid interpretation they've been selling for years. Hidden within pages and pages of horrible non-iron monstrosities is their Hyde Park Oxford, which has everything you should be looking for: traditional collar length with a satisfactory roll, 100% cotton construction, and, if you get the tailored fit, well, an appropriately tailored fit. Available in blue, white, and blue pinstripe — we recommend all three. Land's End, $49.
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SuitSupply Plain Navy Havana Blazer
Every man needs a good, well-made navy blazer that will take him through at least three seasons, a workhorse that can be dressed up or down and that doesn't feature stodgy gold buttons like your dad's. Suitsupply's Havana blazer is just the one. Suitsupply.com, $399.
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Bonobos 5-Pocket Moleskin Pants
Everyone knows Bonobos is making some of the best-fitting pants out there right now, whether it's their chinos or their outstanding five-pocket Bedford pant. But for winter, consider this moleskin version, which boasts all the texture the season demands. Bonobos.com, $148.
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Oak Street Bootmakers Plain Toe Blucher
We're big fans of using holiday gift season to stock up on high-quality takes on basic items. These brown, plain-toe bluchers from Chicago's Oak Street Bootmakers are not at all flashy, but they're beautifully made and perfectly tasteful. We'd guess it'll wind up being the most versatile shoe in your closet. oakstreetbootmakers.com, $426.