The gear you buy depends on who you are. Whether you’re the type to entertain guests, the guy who’s been to every continent, the back-country explorer or all of the above, your equipment reflects your lifestyle. If you’re looking to stock up on the best gear this season—no matter how you identify yourself—look no further. Part 2 of our 2012 Spring Gadget and Gear Guide (Part 1 here) has it all. Click through or skip to one of the sections below.

The World Traveler
The Outdoorsman
The Entertainment Junkie

The Home Improver

The World Traveler

Stanley Flask

The seasoned traveler knows a small serving of hooch makes any journey more pleasurable. With the Stanley 8 oz. Flask you’ll be sipping in style thanks to a stainless steel vessel that hasn’t changed since your grandfather tipped one back in the day. $20,

Filson Tin Cloth Duffle

A man doesn’t require a lot of luggage to get around. A simple duffle, like the cotton oil finish tin cloth duffle from Filson, should get the job done. This one is crafted from tough materials designed to take a beating, and the water resistant finish will keep your gear dry all the way to your destination. $99,

Smith Gibson Sunglasses

You shouldn’t leave home without your shades, much less hop on a plane and jet across the globe without them. Smith’s Gibson glasses are polarized for added ocular protection, and are available in a variety of colors so you can find the right pair for you. $119,

The Outdoorsman

Dakine Shield Jacket

Brave the elements and look good doing it. Dakine’s Shield jacket is lightweight and breathable, but tough enough to provide adequate protection when conditions start to turn. Stuff one in your pack and break it out when the elements demand it. $150,

Kaufmann Mercantile Magnesium Fire Starter

Lighters are for the weak. Men use magnesium. Even better when it’s adorned with a naturally-shed elk antler handle, and when it’s capable of producing flame in wet conditions. $29,

Estwing Camping Hatchet

Forged from a single piece of steel and partially wrapped in a lacquered leather handle, this hatchet looks and feels like it was built to rough it. Which, of course, it was. $39,

The Entertainment Junkie

Jawbone Big Jambox

It’s the 21st century; your music library doesn’t need to be tethered down to a computer or stereo anymore. With Big Jambox, you can play music wirelessly from any Bluetooth device, and the Jambox’s ultra-portable design means you can pick up and relocate any time. It’s also a speakerphone with built-in microphone, so if you get a call in the middle of a playlist, you can switch from jamming to conversing at the tap of a button. Pre-order yours now,

Silo End Table

Ever feel like your furniture just doesn’t look dangerous enough? Solve that problem with the Silo End Table, a piece intended only for the manliest of living rooms. The dummy round in the middle was originally manufactured for training drills during WWII. The real ones blew up German U-Boats. If there’s a better conversation starter out there, we’ve yet to find it. $900,

Hauppauge Broadway

There are a lot of devices out there that let you stream what’s on your computer to your television screen. But what if you want to go in the other direction? Broadway offers a solution, making it easy for users to stream live television to a computer or mobile device. $199,

The Home Improver

Wera Koloss Hammer-Ratchet

If you’ve spent any time in a workshop, chances are you’ve tried pounding a loose nail with a ratchet at one point or another. If you haven’t, let us save you the suspense: it doesn’t work very well. Now a ratchet with built-in hammer capabilities, on the other hand, is a tool to be reckoned with. $108,

Black and Decker Ready Wrench

Who’s got the patience to pick through a case full of wrenches until you find the right size? The Black and Decker Ready Wrench eliminates any need for toolbox hunting, combining 16 adjustable wrenches sizes in one good-to-go package. $27,

Joby GorillaTorch Blade

The most clever home improvement gadget we’ve seen as of late isn’t even a tool. The GorillaTorch Blade bends, sticks and sheds light on hard-to-reach spaces, offering ambitious home-improvers and gearheads alike the freedom to work wherever and whenever.