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Holiday Gift Guide | This Year’s Must-Have Gifts For Sports Fans

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Not sure what to ask for this holiday season? Or better yet, not sure how to shop for the man who buys everything himself?

Worry no more.

Here is just a sliver of fantastic gift items for the upcoming 2017 holiday shopping season that would make any sports fan dab.

$149.99

Putterballgame

This fusion of golf and beer pong could make you the envy of the next great tailgate. The new product just successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign, and they guarantee Christmas delivery. 

$49.99

CitizenGoods

Just because you're an 'adult' doesn't mean you have to completely abandon all the fun from your six years at 'the U.' This mini fli-cup set carries on the tradition of the classic party game more subtly. 

 

$82.53 and up

Amazon

Great for running, hiking, biking, or anything outdoors, 'Armoursight' lenses have an enhanced peripheral vision, are distortion-free and have incredibly strong frames, so they're durable enough to last several years. 

 

$99.95

UncommonGoods

It's a cooler complete with the manliest of man-bags -- compartments to fit all the essential tools for a great BBQ tailgate. 

$59 and up

FanChest

This is the most convenient, easy way to get your guy a barrage of new goodies. All you have to know is his favorite team.

$120

UncommonGoods

The perfect gift for the basketball fan working to complete an epic man-cave. It's darts with a new-spin, with an old-school look.

$16.99 and up

Amazon

Want solid sound during a workout without breaking the bank? These Scosche ear buds are a great option. They're rated a 'best buy' by Consumer Reports because of their sound durability during heavy workouts. 

$499.99

Amazon

The crème de la crème of sport GPS watches, the Garmin Fenix is worth the price tag for the fitness addicts. Not only does it look gorgeous, it has satellite antennas, a three-axis gyroscope-and-altimeter-assisted compass; heart- rate monitor; step, sleep and calorie tracking; phone notifications and music controls; inactivity alerts; even dog-tracking capability. Yup.

$249

Amazon

This is the must-have wrist piece for the avid golfer. If he's looking for as much tech as he has irons, the Excel comes pre-loaded with 35,000 courses and has an easy-to-use GPS rangefinder with instant yardage measurements.  

$79.98

Levi

This isn't just for your average 'denim Dan.' This is the perfect ensemble for the fashinisto sports fan.

$24

ShopOnMarket

This isn't just for monitoring fender benders, it's the perfect way to capture your next great road trip -- to the game, the trail or any other adventure.

$125

UncommonGoods

Still part of the old-school crowd that actually takes -- and keeps -- real ticket stubs? Don't worry. I am too. This album is the most legendary way to preserve your simple keepsakes from your favorite games. 

 


Josh Helmuth is the editor of Crave Sports