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She'll be looking and feeling good with these stylish items

Help them deliver the best holiday meal possible

Make sure your exercise lover has what they need to sweat this holiday season

They'll be ready for whatever the coast can throw at them

Comfort and convenience are key when settling in behind the wheel

Valentine's Days (and valentines) come and go, but these goods will stick around for life

Presents you can give no matter how far apart you are

What makes a good gift so memorable? Our editors recall their favorites.

From stocking stuffers to giving back, here's what we're getting our kids this season

The Rumpl Puffy Sherpa blanket is a skier’s best friend for cold-weather tailgating.

(Courtesy J.A. Henckels) J.A. Henckels International Classic Cleaver ($40) Help the grill master on your holiday list properly butcher meat with this six-inch, Spanish-made cleaver. It has plenty of heft to make quick work of bones and joints. Buy Now (Courtesy Townshend) Townshend’s Gin ($30) Hold…

(Courtesy Topo Designs) Topo Designs Organic Cotton Field Shirt ($89) Topo Designs’ organic cotton Field shirt is the Swiss Army knife of utility layers, ready for yard duty, a long hike, or an evening on the town. Buy Now (Courtesy Filson) Filson Insulated Tin Cloth Cap ($65)…

(Courtesy Revere Cardio) Revere Cardio Vanilla Chai ($20 for 8) One packet delivers 15 grams of pea and rice protein and 20 grams of carbs from sweet potatoes to aid in recovery. There’s no better stocking stuffer for the endurance athlete on your list. Buy Now…

(Courtesy Dish by Duer) Dish by Duer Adaptive Denim High-Rise Skinny Jeans ($119) The stretchy and comfortable Dish by Duer Adaptive Denim High-Rise Skinny jeans utilize Coolmax fibers, which boost the denim’s insulation but also breathe and wick moisture from the skin. Buy Now (Courtesy Burton)…

(Courtesy Think Tank) Think Tank Photo SD Pixel Pocket Rocket ($17) Your $8,000 worth of camera gear is useless if you lose the SD card holding your images. Hedge your bets with the Pocket Rocket, a small organizer that holds nine memory cards and clips securely onto your pack.

(Courtesy Gaiam) Gaiam Restore Marbled Foam Roller ($20) The Gaiam Restore Marbled foam roller has a just-right semifirm density for soothing tight quads. Bonus: it looks good enough to keep in the living room. Buy Now (Courtesy Under Armour + JBL) UA Sport Wireless Train Headphones…

(Courtesy Teva) Teva Ember Moc Slippers ($75) The Teva Ember Moc slippers (women’s pictured) have forgiving polyurethane footbeds, hearty rubber outsoles, and cozy quilted uppers, making them the perfect after-class footwear. Buy Now (Courtesy Athleta) Athleta Hyper Focused Print Bra ($54) Athleta updated its bestselling Hyper…

(Courtesy Hatje Cantz) ‘Unwired’ by Jacqueline Hassink ($85) Gifting someone a copy of Unwired (Hatje Cantz), by Jacqueline Hassink, is a tactful way to tell them they need a vacation. The coffee-table book juxtaposes two photography projects from the Dutch artist, one looking at beautiful and remote places with no…

(Courtesy PK Grills) PK Grills PK 360 ($800) A stylish grill won’t make you a better cook. But damn if we don’t feel more confident operating the burly and gorgeous PK Grills PK 360. While you’re at it, splurge on the Teak Shelf kit ($200). Buy…

(Courtesy Misc. Goods Co.) Misc. Goods Co. Ivory ­Ceramic Flask ($92) The 11-ounce Misc. Goods Co. Ivory ­Ceramic flask is slim enough to stow in your pocket, but its leather, brass, and cork closure begs to be shown off. Buy Now (Courtesy Everyday Co.) Everyday Co.

(Courtesy Stance) Stance Teton Hike Socks ($24) Designed by mountaineer and photographer Jimmy Chin, the Teton socks are snug and supportive at the toe and heel, thick and cushioned throughout, and made with a wool blend that keeps feet dry. Buy Now (Courtesy Reef) Reef Escape…

A high-performance carbon-frame rig for under four grand? Believe it. Canyon Cycles’ Aeroad WMN CF SLX Disc 8.0 is a lightweight, durable, do-everything road machine that’s cheaper than the competition, thanks to the German company’s direct-to-consumer model.

(Courtesy LifeStraw) Special Edition LifeStraw Go Water Filter Bottle with 2-Stage Integrated Filter Straw ($45) With this two-stage filter-and-bottle combo in your hands, you can scoop water directly from a river or stream and know that 99.9 percent of waterborne bacteria, parasites, and microplastics will be filtered out. This special-edition…

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