Inspired Valentine’s Day Gifts for Men

Yes, your man loves you, but he loves other things too. Like coffee. And his kicks. This year, show your affections with a gift that acknowledges his extra passions. They’re available at almost any price point, and only a click away.

music branchUnder $15
Show you appreciate his taste in tunes with Kikkerland’s Music Branches, a sleek headphone splitter that lets you both plug into the same device. It’s also great for traveling, since you can watch a movie together without cranking up the sound. $12,
bike lightsUnder $30
Keychains? Bracelets? Nope—give your two-wheeled wonder the gift of illumination with the slickest bike lights around. The LED lights come in sets of two, one red for the back and one white for the back. And forget the screwdriver; these just need to be slung on by their elastic cords. $29 per set, UncommonGoods
bike lightsUnder $50
Because a touch-screen keyboard can be just a little limiting. The Sensu is a combination brush/stylus that lets the artistically inclined paint and draw on digital devices including the iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy and more. $50, Sensu
Play Converse Commes de Garcons sneakersUnder $100
The sneaker-obsessed man can wear his heart on his…uh, heel with these Converse low-tops by Comme des Garcons designer Rei Kawakubo and graphic designer Filip Pagowski. The come in a few color combinations, and in Jack Purcell and Chuck Taylor styles. $100, Barneys New York
craftcoffeeUnder $250
Feed his jazz for java with a year-long Craft Coffee subscription. Choose the type of grind, and each month he’ll receive bags of coffee from three different artisanal roasters. Past shipments have included cult favorites like Four Barrel and Irving Farm. Shorter subscriptions are also available. $240, Craft Coffee


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