All You Want for Christmas

Men can be hard to shop for, but we're here to help. Made Man's 2012 holiday gift guide features something awesome for every type of guy, from the outdoors adventurer to the whiskey sipper to the urban explorer. Ready your wish list—or wallet.

TOMS Maverick Aviators Contrast is key in this unique take on the classic aviator shape, which features a forged allow frame paired with walnut wood temples. $140-$170,

Roller Rock Glass Fill the glass ball with water, let it freeze, drop it in a drink and never worry about watered down cocktails again. $21,

Philips Norelco SensoTouch 3D Somewhere between Deep Space Nine and your bathroom is the SensoTouch 3D, the most advanced electric razor you're likely to come across. With flexible three-way action and pivoting heads, it'll shave like a champion whether wet or dry. $200,

K2 Ultra Dream Snowboard Designed for backcountry boarding (though you can take it just about anywhere) the Ultra Dream offers plenty of surface area and K2's All-Terrain Rocker shape for smooth riding. $550,

Birchbox Three-Month Subscription Every month Birchbox sends out a variety box of man-worthy supplies to each of its subscribers. Contents include everything from grooming gear to cooking implements. $60,

Bonobos Sweaters Soft, well-made and always stylish, Bonobo's line of sweaters ranges from the traditional to the festive. $68-$238,

Belkin @TVWe have dreamed of the day we can go anywhere in the house and not miss a minute of live sports action. That day is here with this gadget, which allows you to watch live and recorded TV on your tablet, smartphone or laptop. Too sweet. $180,

The Beatles Remastered Vinyl Box Set Sure, any Beatles fan probably has the band’s discography on CD or MP3, but there’s something about the timeless sound and feel of vinyl that you just can’t capture in digital form. This box set contains all 14 albums, remastered and ready to take the listener away. $350,

Gerber Bear Grylls Paracord Fixed Blade Knife Because if it's good enough for Bear, it's good enough for any man. We can't say the same thing about drinking urine, but to each his own. $37,

Henry AR-7 Survival Rifle For the avid outdoorsman or paranoid doomsday enthusiast, the Henry AR-7 makes an excellent backup rifle or bug-out companion that easily stores away in its weatherproof stock. $275,

Leica D-Lux 6 Clear pictures and maximum portability in a cool-looking package. What more could you ask for from a camera? $800,

Callaway Razr Fit Driver With an adjustable face angle boasting three different positions, this driver is designed to make the user's game a thing of envy. $300,

Dakine Clutch Jacket Perfect for winter sports, camping or casual day-to-day use, the Clutch is a lightweight and highly breathable shell with built-in hand gaiters and an abundance of pockets and compartments. $399,

Specialized Roll 8 Rare Whoever coined the term "commuter bike" was picturing the Roll 8 Rare. Eight gears housed in an internal hub lend it optimal hill-climbing abilities, while the chromoly frame and Gates Carbon Belt Drive ensure a sleek and sturdy ride. $1,750,

DISH Tailgater No longer do tailgaters have to gather around a scratchy radio or antena-based TV to follow the game. With the Dish Tailgater (which looks a lot like a small satellite inside a cooler), fans can stream DISH Network channels anywhere they have electricity and a television. $350,

Eton Ruckus For the guy who just can't deal with batteries, the Eton Rukus is a solar-powered Bluetooth speaker system ideal for sunny days in the park. $150,