Top 10 luxury travel gifts for him this Christmas (US & Canada edition)


Can’t think want to buy him this Christmas? Don’t despair… help is at hand! With our gift guide for the festive season, you’ll find all manner of ideas of the man in your life who loves to travel – from the world’s leading drone which will allow him to capture the world in stunning detail to the simplest of crewnecks designed to last, and a whole range of ideas inbetween. Happy holidays!

Inspire 2 professional drone from DJI

Image quality, power and intelligence to meet the needs of professional filmmakers and enterprises around the globe. The Inspire 1 from DJI was a revelation. The first filmmaking drone in the world to integrate an HD video transmission system, 360° rotating gimbal and a 4K camera, as well as the simplicity of app control. The Inspire 2 takes everything that was good about the Inspire 1 and improves it.

Virgin wool and Lycra travel suit from Montezemolo

This two-button slim-fit travel suit from Montezemolo is breathable, wrinkle-resistant, and with great stretch performances for an unbelievable comfort while on the road. A new concept of fabric for a new approach to the traditional suit. A must-have for the wardrobe of every up-with-the-times stylish man.

522GW dash cam from Nextbase

A revolution in dash cams has begun, with the introduction of the highly anticipated Nextbase Series 2 dash cam range. Nextbase redefines what a Dash Cam is capable of with an array of ground-breaking new features and world’s firsts, including Alexa built-in, Emergency SOS and Bluetooth 4.2, not seen before in any other dash cam. With a continued focus on image quality and ease of use, plus revolutionary new safety features, Nextbase further cements its status as the world’s leading dash cam brand.

Lexicon Hardside Case from Victorinox

The Lexicon Hardside Case features Victorinox’s practical know-how in a smooth and spacious piece of luggage. A 100% virgin polycarbonate shell with puncture-resistant double racquet coil YKK® zippers with an integrated Travel Sentry® Approved combination lock ensures durability and security. On the inside, the medium case offers 73 liters of capacity, meaning the bag isn’t short on space.

Napa Valley wines from V. Sattui Winery

At V. Sattui Winery they craft one of the largest selections of award-winning, small-batch, small lot wines to suit a wide range of tastes. These wines are not sold in stores. Instead their highly-awarded wines are sold exclusively at the winery, by phone, mobile app and from their website. V. Sattui Winery’s collection includes over 60 different wines to truly satisfy every palate.

Bergstrom Premium watch from DuFrane

There are certain essentials that every man needs to make sure he has with him before he even leaves the house, whether it’s just a short stroll to grab a cup of coffee down the corner or a month-long adventure on the other side of the globe. The Bergstrom Premium from DuFrane is a beautiful and lavish timepiece. Inspired by the finesse of early pilots, this classic mechanical watch exemplifies this culmination of tradition and invention. Its stunning sapphire exhibition case back gives you a remarkable view of the watch’s inner movements. Studded with blue screws, 18k gold engraving, and Geneva stripes, the Bergstrom Premium is a watch to behold.

Meisterstück Solitaire Geometric Dimension fountain pen from Montblanc

The Meisterstück Solitaire Geometric Dimension from Montblanc was born of the desire to unite Montblanc’s classic design with unique materials. This writing instrument, engraved with a three-dimensional geometric pattern with optical effect in a sophisticated platinum tone, features an 18 K bi-color coated nib with special design, a platinum-coated clip and three platinum-coated rings embossed with the Montblanc brand name. Finished with the Montblanc emblem, it appeals to one’s individuality.

Tom Ford eau de toilette for men

Tom Ford for Men is a sensual, masculine scent with rich notes of amber accord, cedarwood, patchouli and vetiver. Oak moss and Cypriol – an Indian root never before used in a fragrance – add a smoky, leathery finish to this classic yet distinctive scent. All presented in a stylish art deco inspired bottle.

New York dinner cruise experience from Great American Days

Enjoy New York’s magical shoreline aboard an all glass, luxury cruise vessel for the most exquisite and sophisticated dining cruise you could ever imagine, courtesy of Great American Days. Add to the mix a foot tapping Jazz band and you can dance the night away under the stars – literally! This is indeed New York’s ultimate dining cruise and one that makes any special occasion even more memorable. Enjoy delicious freshly prepared high quality meals with the finest service imaginable, as the New York skyline slowly passes by.

Crewneck from Patagonia

This casual crewneck jumper from Patagonia combines a classic aesthetic with active functionality. Made of 65% organic cotton/35% COOLMAX® polyester, it has a rib-knit crewneck, hem and cuffs with spandex at the cuffs and hem to maintain structure. Like all Patagonia garments, the focus of this item is on function, repairability and, foremost, durability. Making the best product matters for saving the planet.

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Comments (18)

  1. Sharon says:

    I can just see my husband in that crew neck from Patagonia. It’s the sort of jumper that he would buy for himself so it makes for a guaranteed success present choice.

  2. Fiona says:

    I’m not quite sure if my husband is still slim- fit but he’s definitely in need of the travel suit from Montezemolo that doesn’t crease. He had some long days of cars and planes and can look very wrinkled. It’s time I helped him to take action and get his sartorial elegance back.

    • Paul Johnson says:

      I travel on business a fair bit and find it makes a big difference if I use jackets that are wrinkle resistant. It’s not a great first impression if you turn up for a meeting as though you’ve just got up (even if you have!) :-)

  3. Lynne Gardner says:

    It gets tougher and tougher out on the roads. Any dash cam that provides you with more evidence and assistance has got to be a good thing. Also my son is an actuary, that means he calculates risk and insurance costs. Already a number of insurers are calculating the value of any in-car technology that is likely to reduce claims. Having the very latest high-end dash cam could save you a lot of money.

    • Paul Johnson says:

      Yes, most definitely. It can not only reduce your policy costs (and I’m sure it wouldn’t be long before that saving alone outweighs the cost of a dashcam), but also help you in the event of a claim ever having to be made. Plus it’s quite fun for capturing unexpected events. There’s a place where I drive – a short track so nothing high speed – where I regularly encounter deer on the road so that is always interesting to capture.

  4. Valerie says:

    We live over on the West Coast and I ain’t gonna apologise for living in beautiful California but I do have to admit that New York’s got the best skyline in the whole of the USA, especially from the water. We won’t be heading East for a few months but I would have thought that you could give a voucher for one of these jazz and dinner cruises?

  5. Alison Williams says:

    For some time now my husband has been saying that we ought to have some drone footage on our website. Between us we run a landscaping company. He’s always had a Spielberg streak to him and I think he sees himself as a film maker.

    I’m not sure that buying an Inspire 2 drone for the company, using company funds, really counts as a Christmas present but I think my husband would have great fun with it. Who knows it may even increase our sales?

    • Paul Johnson says:

      The Inspire 2 is a pretty advanced drone for experienced drone users. If you are just making a video for the purpose you describe, I suspect the Mavic Pro would more than fulfil your needs. If you’re really going for high quality, though, have the budget and think you would get a lot of use out of it, then by all means look at the Inspire range.

  6. Julia says:

    Almost every week my husband has to do a business trip and there’s nothing worse for your luggage than being battered by airport luggage handling. He’s really in need of something tough and stylish like the Lexicon Hardside Case. Though most of us never think of buying new luggage until we get promoted by a piece like this.

    • Paul Johnson says:

      I must admit, I have a preference for the hardside cases. I think they offer a little bit more protection. I’ve seen a number of torn fabric cases emerge on the luggage carousel over the years, but rarely have I noticed any problems with hardside cases.

  7. Lily Potter says:

    These drones are really getting impressively advanced lately. When they first came about I thought they would just be a fad but they’re surprisingly agile and sophisticated now so it’ll be interesting to see how they’ll be used in the future beyond just for fun. Using them for images and video capture is the part that I’m most interested in rather than their use delivering shopping orders, but they definitely have considerably versatile potential.

    Haven’t heard of Great American Days before but having been to NY I would definitely recommend it. Didn’t get a dinner cruise though. Maybe I can add that to my holiday list because I’d love to go back one day.

    • Paul Johnson says:

      Yes, I think drones are here to stay, and no doubt get more and more sophisticated, but with that I think they’ll fall under tighter and tighter regulation. From a photography and video imagery perspective, they are great tools and, so long as you’ve got a good camera on board, can produce some stunning footage.

  8. Alfonso says:

    I travel with work quite a lot but my suits always get creased. I like the look of this one but am not familiar with the name Montezemolo which makes me a little nervous to buy.

  9. Alistair Syme says:

    I can highly recommend the Nextbase dash cams. I’ve had one for a couple of years now and have been very satisfied with the quality of it.

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