Choosing gifts for hunters that hit the mark can be tricky business. But if you get them something that helps them be a better hunter, or makes them more comfortable while on a hunting trip, they’re sure to love it.
Camo Headlamp Beanie Cap
Make sure they’re hands free but able to see with this handy Headlamp Beanie Cap. Made with Spandex for a comfortable and snug fit, this cap comes with 4 LEDs for powerful illumination, and is available in a range of colors and patterns, including the camouflage real tree design.
Summer Sausage Gift Pack
For those times when hunting doesn’t yield much in the way of meat, this gift pack of summer sausages will keep the carnivore satisfied. There are five flavors in the pack – venison, bison, wild boar, elk, and classic beef – and they’re made from the highest quality meats, herbs, and spices.
Antler Handle Grilling Set
If they like nothing better than cooking up a storm with the spoils of their hunt, add an extra layer of authenticity to the BBQ with this set of handsome grilling tools. Made from stainless steel, the tongs, fork, and spatula each boast lifelike antler handles that are made from long-lasting resin.
Folding Camping Chair Backpack
Travelling light doesn’t have to mean giving up comfort, at least when they have this Camping Chair Backpack. Weighing just 3.3lbs but capable of holding up to 331lbs, this folding chair has space for all their essentials, and is insulated to keep food and drinks cold, too.
Extinguisher Deer Call
They can bring the herd to them with this innovative Extinguisher Deer Call. Pocket-sized so it’s easy to carry, this handy piece of kit can mimic the call of a buck, doe, or fawn, and easily moves between the three sounds with a simple slide of the finger.
Adventure Essentials Survival Kit
Even a routine day’s hunting can turn into an emergency, whether that’s through weather or injury, but carrying equipment for all eventualities can be bulky and heavy. The Adventure Essentials Survival Kit provides a range of survival gear – like compass, fishing tackle, and matches – all packaged within a small LED flashlight.
Save them the trouble of carrying separate tools and blades with this ingenious Utility Bracelet. The multifunctional knife features a flathead screwdriver, and can be accessed by pressing the button. When it’s not needed, it hides away inside the rugged looking wrist piece until it’s needed again.
Mini Clip Watch with Bottle Opener
This Mini Clip Watch is an ideal gift for hunters. Fitted with a carabiner so it can attach to his belt or rucksack, this little gadget comes with a watch, LED flashlight for night vision, bottle opener, and space for their keys so they don’t have to rummage in their packs.
Give them the means to have a campfire without the mess and smell with this eco-friendly version. Made from recycled soy wax and paper, this no-ember fire will burn for 3 – 5 hours, and can be extinguished by replacing the lid, and relit the next time they need it.
SolarPuff Collapsible Light
Even if they only intend to be out in daylight hours, the dark can catch them unawares. The SolarPuff Collapsible Light can be charged using the sun’s rays, and will provide up to 12 hours of light, depending on the setting used. It even folds up flat so it’s easy to carry.
DIY Ghillie Suit
This ghillie suit puts you on a different level beyond camo gear. It has you blending into your surroundings completely so they never see what’s coming. This is a way to make them a suit that they’ll love and that elevates their game.
Personalized Hand Warmers
These personalized hand warmers add a special touch to the gift. Put their initials on them and they’ll have something that is uniquely theirs. Each time they warm up their hands on a cold hunting trip they’ll think of you.
This camp stove gets great reviews and is a must have for any hunter that goes out hunting for multiple nights and sleeps in the woods. It uses twigs for fuel so there’s no need to carry around fuel, and it creates energy from the fire to charge portable devices.
Mason Jar Match Holder
This match holder is made from a mason jar. It will keep the matches from getting wet, and makes them easy to take out. It’s a nice gift to give a hunter before they head out on a multi-day hunting trip.
DIY Sleeping Pad
This sleeping pad is the perfect compromise when you don’t want to lug around a heavy sleeping bag. It’s light, and highly portable, and supplies enough of a cushion between you and the ground so that you don’t wake up sore and stiff.
DIY Hunting Tree Stand
This tree stand is something you can make for them, and allows them to get a bird’s eye view of their targets. It’s something that they’ll really appreciate, but check to see what sort of hunting they do before deciding to make it for them.
This paracord keychain is something special, and something that you can make for them rather than buying them a store bought gift, or as an add-on to a bigger gift. It has a secret compartment for storing things, and comes undone in an emergency.
Once you land that big game you’re going to need a way to keep it fresh. This portable fridge and freezer combo will make sure that it makes the trip home, or makes it overnight so you can enjoy a meal the next day.
This camo bike might cost more than most bikes, but it has some pretty cool features that other bikes don’t have, other than its camouflage design. It has oversized tires to navigate through wooded areas, and places to store you bow and arrows.
Portable Spice Kit
Cooking in the woods doesn’t have to be a bland affair. Make them this portable spice kit and they’ll always have the right spices to flavor up their catch. This uses the smart idea of a weekly pill container to provide a few pinches of a range of different spices.
Camo Polarized Sunglasses
These sunglasses are polarized for crystal clear vision even in the brightest of sunshine. They’re camouflaged so that they’ll go with the rest of the gear you’ve got on. Sun in your eyes can ruin a shot so help them be prepared with these glasses.
Mounted Stag Head
Here’s a sort of gag gift for the hunter in your life. If they haven’t bagged a 12 point buck yet. You can hang this honorary mounted stag head as a sort of placeholder for their bigger one that is on its way. This repurposes old Christmas ornaments to do the job.
Rescue Bands Dog Collars
These dog collars are made with military grade paracord, so if you’re ever in need of some you simply pull off your desired amount and you’re ready to go. Your furry four legged friend won’t even know he’s carrying around a safety device.
Compact Zoom Binoculars
A pair of good binoculars is essential for a hunting trip. But you don’t want something that is going to take up a lot of space, or be heavy to carry around. That’s where these compact binoculars come in handy. They zoom up close but don’t weigh a lot and aren’t too big.
Don't Shoot Your Buddy Game
Don’t pull a Cheney! Test your skill with this game that requires quick reaction time and a smart trigger finger. It will put up three random targets. Your job is to shoot the animals and refrain from shooting your hunting buddy.
Biometric Rifle Safe
This rifle safe is a must-have to keep the rifles secure when not in use. It uses biometrics to unlock it, so it provides quick access to the right person, and keeps the wrong people out of the safe entirely.
Rechargeable Hand Warmer
When they have this rechargeable hand warmer with them they’ll always be able to take the perfect shot because their hands will be nicely thawed and warm. It’s hard to focus on the shot when you’re thinking about how cold your hands are.
This is one watch that tells a lot more than the time. It gives location data thanks to the GPS ability, as well as a ton of useful information that hunters can use to mark their location and decide where they want to go and where they’ve been as they track animals.
Premium Jerky Crate
One of the best snacks to hold you over during a longer hunting trip is jerky. Top them off with this premium jerky crate and they’ll have something to munch on for days and days of hunting. It doesn’t contain venison jerky, but that’s OK because they’ll get that made later.
Lip Protecting Mug
This mug will let you sip hot beverages without burning your lip. It has a special piece on the rim of the mug that keeps your lips from being scalded. But be careful you don’t sip to fast because it doesn’t protect the rest of your mouth or throat.
My husband is a huge hunter and will go on the elk hunt every year. I try to always buy him gifts that he will use frequently throughout the year. I liked your idea about getting him a knife or some insulated hunting boots. Either of those would certainly make him really happy.