A Gift Guide for the Surfer

A Gift Guide for the Surfer

Posted by Taryn Maloy on

The BOXFOX Gift Guide for the Surfer

Have a surfer in your life? If so, you know when there's a swell potentially coming, you won't stop hearing about it until they hit the water, line up for a set, and catch a wave (or 10). Use this guide to bring both the vibes and the necessities to any surfer. They’ll be stoked, we promise!

Gifts for the Surfer:

1. Natural Mineral Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 by Salt & Stone

This mineral-based sunscreen is the perfect summer essential. Rich in antioxidants, its blend is perfect for hydrating and repairing your skin while you're in the midst of achieving that golden hour glow.

2. Drover 4 oz Soy Wax Candle by Tallgrass Supply Co

Drover is a blend of Leather & Bergamot. It's a rich, masculine fragrance inspired by the men who pushed cattle up the trails across Oklahoma for decades. Tallgrass Supply Co. candles are hand-poured and assembled in Oklahoma. 

3. Classic Byrd Pomade by Byrd Hairdo Products

Made with an original wax-base formula, Classic Byrd Pomade will slick and style your hair without weighing it down. This pomade has a medium sheen and is recommended for thick, straight, and wavy hair.

4. Mini Teakwood & Tobacco 3.5 oz Candle by PF Candle Co.

This bold candle is packed with hints of pepper, leather, and tobacco. With sandalwood, eat and just the right touch of orange, the scents make the candle a fit for both and women.

5. Oatmeal Cacao Chip Energy Bites by Sun & Swell Foods

Perfect for snacking right from the pouch, Sun & Swell clean energy balls are made with only whole, real foods, and no-added sugars. The oatmeal cacao chip energy balls are a fan favorite and satisfy any sweet tooth. Warning: these are addicting!

6. Manuka Honey Mask by Activist

This thoughtfully crafted offering is a result of Activist's Mānuka Honey’s cult following as a multifaceted and completely natural Clean Beauty treatment. They’ve developed, filtered and refined this product especially for topical and wet bathroom use and to make the application of this magical skin hero more intuitive and sensual.

7. Manuka Surfer's Honey by Activist 

Surfer’s Honey™ is a beautiful wildcrafted blend filled with local influences from Activist's native trees and Mānuka flowers of the season. Through a lifelong passion for surfing and a love for the pristine coastline of Aotearoa, New Zealand, they have learned the essence of simplicity, and to enjoy and protect our natural surroundings that provide us with so much abundance.

8. Carter Move Mug 12 oz | Stone Blue by Fellow

Fellow never understood why to-go tumblers made design decisions that compromised the coffee drinking experience. The senses–taste, smell, and touch–were ignored, while durability and extreme heat retention were prioritized. Why not both?

Meet Carter Move Mug, a travel mug finally worthy of the coffee inside. Designed to amplify the senses and engineered to fit your travel needs with a snap-in splash guard and slim width, you can now enjoy coffee at its fullest on-the-go.

9. The Surfer's Journal 31.1 by TSJ

On the cover: David Nuuhiwa shows the 22nd Street locals some barrel-strength beachboy style. 1964, Hermosa Beach. Photographer LeRoy Grannis’ back-of-print note reveals it was a Friday.

From the symbolic figures to the modern punters, the culture pillars to the remote outposts, the hero shots to the candid representations, TSJ 31.1 offers a perspective found nowhere else in surfing.

Use this guide to help BUILD a gift box for any surfer on your list!

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