If you’re looking for those last minute Christmas gift ideas for the hunter in your family, here is a list that fits the bill.
Hunting gear makes great gifts. Whether you’re looking for some stocking stuffers or that one perfect gift, the best gifts are the ones that fit a hunter’s needs and wants.
Hunting season often requires a lot of gear, so getting a deer hunter something they could really use will go a long way.
1. Scent Crusher Closet: $249 via Cabela’s
Every deer hunter needs a place to store their gear. The Scent Crusher closet organizes your hunting gear and kills odor-causing bacteria through the power of ozone, leaving everything scent free.
2. Garmin In-Reach Mini: $349 via Cabela’s
If you know someone who travels outside of cell phone reception often, this may be the best gift. It’s small, compact, and can connect to your cell phone and provide tracking options, send text messages, and contact emergency responders through satellite if needed.
3. The Duke 20′ X-Stand Treestand: $223 via Amazon
Speaking of safety, the safest treestand company on the market has an amazingly comfortable and easy-to-hang ladder stand. The Duke 20′ Ladder Stand from X-Stand features their Jaw Safety System, which allows you to secure the stand to the tree from the ground. It’s a gift that a deer hunter will love and their spouse will appreciate.
4. Outdoor Edge ChowPal: $19.95 via Amazon
Made out of stainless steel, the ChowPal is a multitool with the camper in mind. This three-function utensil kit is a fork, spoon, knife, and even a few more things. Add a bottle opener and a practical wrench set, and it becomes your go-to camping tool.
5. Burris Droptine Binoculars: $249 via Cabelas
These are a price point pair of binoculars that truly gives you more for your buck; fully multicoated HD Lenses with BaK-4 prisms deliver superior images and clarity. Whether turkey hunting, deer hunting, or just watching nature, the Burris Droptine Binoculars make a great holiday gift.
6. Garmin Instinct: $299 via Amazon
GPS watches are all the craze nowadays, but the Apple Watch and Fitbits just don’t cut it for the true outdoorsman. Follow your GPS coordinates, read your messages, count your steps, and keep track of the time with the Garmin Instinct.
7. YETI Rambler 16 oz Stackable Pints: $49.99 via YETI
Drinks are best consumed in groups and the YETI Stackable Pints lets you simply pack up and take them anywhere.
8. Browning Trail Camera Strike Force HD Pro: $159 via Bass Pro
Part of their sub-micro-series, the Strike Force HD Pro from Browning offers an 18 MP image, HD Video, and is great at capturing quick motion through your camera sensor. Whether you are setting this up in front of a feeder or a game trail, it will capture in high quality imagery, both day and night.
9. Midland X-Talker T75VP3 Two-Way Radio: $89 via Midland USA
Gift the hunter in your family the ultimate safety tool to keeping in touch with others. This handheld walkie-talkie has up to a 38-mile range and features 36 Channels and 121 Privacy Codes, Channel Scan, and Midland’s signature Weather Scan technology.
10. Hi-Mountain Seasoning Bacon Seasoning: $6.99 via Hi Mountain Seasonings
Hi Mountain Seasoning, as we all know, is mostly known for their easy wild game jerky, but they make hot dog and sausage kits, specialized seasonings, and much more. They’ve introduced two new flavors, Pineapple Sriracha and Sticky Buns, and both do the impossible: make bacon better.
11. 5.11 Tactical Merino Wool Line and Holiday Socks: $59 via 5.11 Tactical: $12.99 via 5.11 Tactical
Mix Merino Wool with the comfort of 5.11 Tactical, and it’s like finding your true love. This new set of holiday socks is something everyone can stand behind (or in!).
12. onX Hunt Annual Subscription: Starting at $29.99 via onX Hunt
Let’s face it, many hunters across the United States are hunting on public land. Not only is onX Hunt the number one app to finding landowner information, but it also is one of the most useful, all around apps you can find afield.
13. Thermaseat: Starting at $8.99 via Thermaseat
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This is a trusted company that’s been around for years. It does what it says: A Thermaseat keeps your bum warm when the weather is cold. Smart, right?
14. Element Archery Arrows: 12 Arrows Starting at $124 via Element Archery
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Whether you are an all-around hunter, mostly treestand hunter, target shooter, 3D archer, or just looking for the top of the line, rock-solid design, Element Archery has you covered. They spend more on their product than they do their marketing, meaning you get better quality for your money.
15. MTN Ops Weight Loss Combo: $149 via MTN OPs
The Weight Loss Combo will assist you in dropping that holiday weight and getting yourself back in the game after the New Year. MTN OPS is a brand built for outdoorsmen and women, and they’ve come out with a great combo designed to help you shred the pounds.
16. QALO Rings: Starting at $24.99 via QALO
We’ve seen some terrible accidents happen with wedding bands, and not just while hunting. QALO is the industry-leading silicon ring that not only can keep your digits intact, but sport a really unique design for both men and women.
17. Alpacka Raft: Pricing Varies via Alpacka Rafts
Pack them in, blow them up, float wherever you want, and deflate when you’re done. The Alpacka Rafts are designed for the hunter who wants to head to uncharted territories. They’re tough and rugged and made to get you there and back safely.
18. Revision Outdoors Caller Sunglasses: $249 via Revision Outdoors
Released in late 2018, these sunglasses are light, comfortable and offer value to the hunter and fisherman in your family. No need to switch between safety glasses and sunglasses while at the range, it’s an all in one pair of glasses that offer a great looking eyewear protection system.
19. Traeger Ranger Portable Wood Fire Grill: $399 via Traeger Grills
The Traeger Ranger is a portable wood pellet grill that allows you to smoke, sear, grill, and bake all in one. The Traeger Ranger is the ultimate hunting gift idea for the person who likes to not only hunt but also enjoys cooking their game from field to plate.
20. Sitka Gear Downpour Jacket: $329 via SitkaGear.com
If you drew the hardcore hunter for Secret Santa this year, the Sitka Gear Downpour jacket will allow them to stay afield even in the heaviest rain. Comfortable, extremely water resistant, but also quiet and discreet, this is the one rain jacket that a hunter needs to have on their Christmas list.
21. Black Rifle Coffee: $16.99 via Black Rifle Coffee
If the hunter you love is a coffee fanatic, they will love Black Rifle Coffee. Plus, it’s a veteran owned company, which allows you to gift the person you love with a little taste of American pride every morning.
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