We know that there are still a few people on your list that you haven't found the perfect gift for. Fortunately, Huckberry has you covered.
FFF Horween Leather Chronograph Watch ($120)
We love the navy face and rough-cut leather band of this chronograph watch.
Exotac Titanlight Lighter ($49)
Expertly machined from aluminum, the Titanlight is completely waterproof. Unlike your drug store BIC, it's also refillable and lasts a lifetime.
Bellroy Note Sleeve Wallet ($90)
Pull out the Bellroy at a coffee shop and people will take notice. The handsome bi-fold is made of responsibly sourced leather, and the slim design stores a handful of bills and up to 11 cards.
Sydney Hale Bourbon and Brown Sugar Candle ($25)
This candle will fill your house with the scents of double-oaked bourbon and salted brown sugar caramel. Plus, when the candle burns out, the glass doubles as a whiskey tumbler.
The James Brand County Knife ($150)
The James Brand knives often feature intricate handles and steep prices. Not so with the County, whose slim profile and 2.5-inch blade make it a perfect everyday carry option.
Chup Vivienda Socks ($35)
Based in Tokyo, Chup makes limited-edition socks from a cotton blend, with intricate patterns inspired by nature.
Topo Designs Dopp Kit ($30)
If you’re still traveling with your toiletries in a plastic bag, it’s time to upgrade. The triangular shape of this Dopp kit keeps it sitting upright on a counter, providing easy access to all your essentials.
Woolrich Camp Blanket ($95)
Woolrich has been making wool blankets since the Civil War. The Camp utilizes that tried-and-true design and is made from a blend of recycled and new wool.
Minnetonka Pile Lined Hardsole Slippers ($45)
Handcrafted from suede leather, these slippers have a soft pile lining for plush comfort and rubber sole that will protect the leather when wearing them outside.
Whiskey Peaks Rocks Glass Set ($70)
Each of these hand-blown glasses features a topographic impression of one of four iconic American peaks: Denali, Half Dome, Rainier, and Whitney. These mountains rise from the bottom of the glasses, submerged in your favorite malt until you drink it down.