by Tom Claycomb III - Friday, December 16, 2016
Need a few extra small items to fill a loved one's or friend's stocking this year? No problem, outdoorsmen and women love their gear. Or maybe you’re a last-minute shopper and it’s panic at the disco. Don’t worry, Santa’s little helper is here to help.
A meaningful stocking stuffer is the one you know they will use frequently—and they’ll think of you every time they do. For ideas, start with these 10.
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Diamond Blade knife: Talk about an eye popper in a tiny package. Forget the diamond necklace, guys. Buy a Diamond Blade—or maybe get the necklace, too, just to sweeten the deal.
ThermaCELL ProFLEX Heavy Duty Heated Insoles: Great for snowmobiling, ice fishing or sitting in a treestand.
ThermaCELL Mosquito Repellers: With West Nile Virus and Zika disease a reality, this item shows you have their health—and comfort—in mind.
Gift Certificate to their favorite outdoor store: Hunters appreciate being able to buy exactly what they need.
Hunting-related e-book from Amazon Kindle.
Fishing lures or flies: If fishing is also one of their favorite outdoor pursuits, you can never go wrong with a selection of fishing lures or flies.
Silynx Claurus Pro: Functional for the field, this noise-cancelling, hearing-protection headset system is rugged to withstand dirt, mud, water and vibration and is cell phone compatible. Foam ear buds fit in your ears and a small wire runs to the control unit. Shotgunners love them because their gun can lay against their cheek in the normal position unlike when using bulky ear muffs. It provides "hear-thru" capability for situational awareness and features a voice prompt for a low battery warning.
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