Gifts for Men Age 26

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    Gifts for Men Age 26

    For many men, the mid-20s are a time of setting out to reach goals and further their independence. A 26-year-old man may still be a student, already be working or even have a family. When buying a gift for a man age 26, keep in mind that he needs useful gifts as well as fun and relaxing ones.

    Get him gifts that will kick-start his young life. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

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    Work

    A young man entering the workforce needs all the help he can get. Get him a stylish new briefcase or smartphone for keeping his calendar handy. Or, pay for him to visit a tailor and have a couple of suits custom-made. If he works with his hands, outfit him with a sturdy tool belt and new tools. If he's just starting out, pay a professional to create his resume and a cover letter, or get him a subscription to an industry-specific magazine to help prepare for interviews.

    Help give him a competitive career edge. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

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    Personal Development

    Give a gift that keeps giving long after he receives it. Depending on his interests, sign him up for a class or lessons that will broaden his horizons and increase his marketability. Get him a foreign-language tutor, pay for dancing lessons or enrol him in a continuing-education course. If he's still a student, spring for a premium industry-specific software package so that he'll be fully outfitted for work when he graduates. You could also pay for him to take a volunteering trip to a developing country or an internship abroad.

    Help him get involved in rewarding, potentially life-changing experiences. (Chris Clinton/Lifesize/Getty Images)

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    Food and Drink

    Help expand his palate with a wine-, cheese- or beer-of-the-month club membership. You could also get him a home-brewing system or a wine chiller. For the harried student, a series of £6 gift cards to his favourite fast-food restaurant can be a godsend, while the family man may appreciate a dinner at a posh restaurant with his wife or a big dinner celebration with relatives. You could also give him a cooking coupon book; each coupon entitles him to one night of you cooking for him and his family.

    If the way to his heart is through his stomach, he'll appreciate an edible gift. (Thomas Northcut/Photodisc/Getty Images)

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    Leisure

    An avid golfer may appreciate a new set of clubs, while the gaming enthusiast could do with a console upgrade or a few additions to his game library. If he loves to read, get him a subscription to an online book rental service, or buy him an e-reader. If he likes to have friends over, a billiards, foosball or ping-pong table could be a big hit. You could also surprise him with tickets to a playoff game or other sporting event; send him and some friends off in style with a rented limousine.

    Even a busy working man needs to relax sometimes. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

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