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December 10, 2013

Men's Christmas gifts

TAHLEQUAH — Men can often be the most difficult to buy for when it comes to Christmas gifts. The experts at Askmen.com has offered a top 25 gifts for men that may help shoppers find the perfect something for the men in their lives.

• Komono Magnus watch. Komono has brought back classic styles and added a modern touch with strong military cues.

• MeUndies - Made from Lenzing Modal fabric, MeUndies comines comfort and style with a range of different colors and prints. They even have matching prints for men and women, making it the perfect gift for couples.

• ENO DoubleNest Hammock. This hammock is light and easy to install, and fits in a pouch roughly the size of a softball. It comes in a variety of colors, and holds up to 400 pounds.

• Timberland boots. The classic 6-inch waterproof boots designed nearly 40 years ago are making a comeback.

The balance of the list includes Tommy Hilfiger apparel, Basis watches, Grand Theft Auto V, Trunk Club clothing, Nike Fuel SE fitness device, Herschel Strand canvas duffle, Kiehl’s Ultimate Man Refueling Set, Doberman menswear, “Breaking Bad” complete series, Momentum on-ear headphones, North Face Thermoball jacket, Levi’s 513 slim straight jeans, Tivo, Invicta Speedway Watch, J. Crew Lambswool Shawl Henley sweater, Steve Madden Kickstart Oxford shoes, Lifeproof case for iPhone, Pebble Smartwatch, iLP digital conversion turntable by ION, Guess Night cologne selection, Philips all-in-one, head-to-toe grooming kit, iPad mini, PlayStation 4, Canon Powershot, Bespoke Post subscription, Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum toothbrush, Stelton pure black knife, Braun Chronograph watch, Bose SoundLink mini Bluetooth speaker, Anker Astro 3 device charger, “Star Wars” Moleskin notebook, Nike down vest, Nespresso Essenza espresso machine, Ray Ban Clubmaster sunglasses, and Levi’s slim-fit commuter jeans.


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