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The 24 best Valentine's Day gifts for husbands in 2024 (even the ones who are hard to shop for)

Check out this mix of practical and romantic presents for the man you love most.

From left, AirFly, Halfday garment duffel, On Cloud 5 sneakers
Treat your hubby to unique Valentine's Day gifts that won't make him roll his eyes. (Amazon, Halfday, Zappos)

Your unwavering love is the greatest gift you can give your husband. Even so, your No. 1 guy still deserves a tangible representation of your love and support — especially on the most romantic day of the year. Not sure if there's a gift that conveys what's in your heart? Take a look at this list of the best Valentine's Day gifts for husbands. "Ask your partner how they want to feel on Valentine's Day. Too many times, people put their wishes into what they want the other person to feel without knowing what their partner wants to experience," psychotherapist and certified life coach Asha Tarry said. Let his answers lay the groundwork for his Valentine's Day gift.

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If he mentions his desire for more quality time together, then grab a sushi-making kit with all the necessary ingredients for a fun at-home date night. Or if he just wants to feel appreciated for all that he does around the house, put his favorite beer in a festive carrier and tell him to take a breather. If he gives you nothing to work with — all too common — then think about whether there's anything he actually needs, like a new pair of running sneakers, perhaps.

From noncheesy couples' activities to useful Amazon finds, these Valentine's gifts are sure to make your husband swoon. Take it from me, Yahoo's resident gifting expert, and get excited: You're about to knock it out of the park.

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Your husband might suffer from migraines or strain his eyes staring at a computer screen all day. This eye massager gadget is a unique gift that will update his self-care and wellness routine when he's feeling pain after a long day at work.

$56 at Amazon

Give him this pop-up keepsake card if he's not big into romantic gifts. This personalized gift can even serve as a love note for a funny husband who doesn't take himself too seriously, and it's the perfect way to say "I love you" to a beer lover.

$13 at Amazon

It's easy to get caught up in the day-to-day — and that's exactly why this card game exists. When you have a moment to spare, let the prompts on these cards inspire you to have a meaningful conversation about your past and present. 

$23 at Amazon

Don't let the lightweight feel of these sneakers fool you: Although one customer raved they're like "wearing nothing on my feet," these kicks offer plenty of support for anyone who's on their feet all day, especially those with plantar fasciitis or frequent foot pain.

$140 at Zappos

Pick up a six-pack of his favorite beer from a nearby store, then add these "beery sweet" labels to each bottle and stick them in this on-theme carrier. You know it's what he really wants for Valentine's Day. 

$12 at Amazon

I'd argue that this is the most thoughtful gift for him. Why? Because it'll save him the next time he loses his keys, wallet or other valuables. It's about the size of a quarter (give or take), so it's also great to clip onto backpacks or slip into suitcases for easy tracking. 

$24 at Walmart

Here's a way to get him in on the stainless steel Stanley craze, all while letting him throw his coffee into his work bag without a worry. "The anti-leak cap works wonders," one caffeinated customer wrote, adding that the narrow design fits "nicely in your car cupholder or a side pocket of a backpack." It'll keep drinks hot for up to seven hours and cold for up to 10.

$27 at Amazon

No one wants to buy themselves pajamas, your husband included. This pair from Cozy Earth features the brand's beloved bamboo fabric that's designed to prevent pilling, bunching and sweating. Throw in a matching shirt so he can be cozy — get it? — from head to toe. 

$75 at Cozy Earth

This is a solid Valentine's gift for the meat lovers out there. Inside this heart-shaped box, he'll find 14 bites of pork and beef jerky in flavors like Honey Bourbon, Habanero BBQ and more. Some are spicy, some are sweet — just like your guy. 

$50 at ManCrates

Can't pick one picture to sum up your love? No problem — you can send all your favorites straight from your phone to this digital frame that connects to Wi-Fi. Tell friends and family to get the Aura app so they can send photos as they take 'em. 

$149 at Amazon

There's an art to taming a beard, and Manscaped knows it. He can adjust between 20 different length settings to tackle everything from a bushy beard to barely there stubble, no extra attachments needed. 

$100 at Amazon

Bourbon, chocolate and pecans are a match made in heaven. Pappy & Company tapped Maggie Jones of Sugar Mama's Bake Shop in Louisville to perfect the recipe of this Kentucky classic, and the glowing reviews prove just that. "The recipient of these incredible chocolate delights said they could smell the bourbon through the packaging. They tasted as good as they smelled," one five-star reviewer wrote. 

$32 at Pappy & Company

One Halfday shopper called this garment bag turned duffel "an engineering marvel" since it can fit a suit and dress shirts, plus at least three days' worth of other clothes, shoes and toiletries. It's just the right size for a weekend getaway, business trip or overnight stay that involves some dressing up. 

$98 at Halfday

Because it's always 5 o'clock somewhere. (OK, let's make one thing clear: His coffee won't actually contain any alcohol, but it'll have a subtle bourbon flavor that's sure to wake up his taste buds.) He'll just have to grind the beans before he can start sipping. 

$22 at Uncommon Goods

Headaches are a real pain, and getting rid of them is no easy feat. He can slip on this stretchy cap to get some relief. It switches between hot and cold — stick it in the freezer for at least two hours or pop it in the microwave for 20 seconds with 10-second increments. "Between the pressure and the cooling effect, it's a blessing when I'm waiting for my migraine meds to work," one shopper wrote.

$30 at Amazon

Husbands love Bombas — at least that's what the reviews on this four-pack tell me. "My husband will never go back to a basic sock," one shopper raved. These cotton calf socks have the same comfort innovations as Bombas's standard socks: a cushioned footbed, honeycomb arch support and stay-up technology so they don't slip. 

$68 at Bombas

Small Valentine's gift, big impact: Use these bulldog ice molds to jazz up even the most basic cocktail (or nonalcoholic drink). The cubes melt slowly, so he can nurse his drink for hours without watering it down. 

$9 at Amazon

One five-star reviewer called this Bluetooth adapter a "top-notch travel accessory." Why? Because it's "so easy to pair, so easy to charge and makes long flights so much better" since it lets travelers use their own wireless headphones when watching movies or TV shows. (Curious what our tech editor thinks? Read his AirFly review here.)

$35 at Amazon

Once he tries Mack Weldon boxer briefs, he may never go back ... to whatever he's been wearing. Comfort is top of mind: They have a no-roll waistband and tag-free design, and they're made from insanely comfy cotton fabric. Another bonus: "The legs don't ride up and stay put while sleeping," one reviewer raved. 

$78 at Mack Weldon

While you can always splash out on one of those fancy electric scalp massagers, these metal prongs are meant to mimic fingers and will have him saying "ahhhhhhhhh" for a fraction of the price.

$10 at Amazon

This retro smart display is effortlessly cool. He can curate his own newsfeed out of hundreds of Tidbyt apps, so he can keep tabs on the things that matter most: his home team, the stocks he's invested in, the train schedule, you name it. "Truly accomplished its goal, while at my desk I don't ever look at my phone," one customer wrote.

$199 at Tidbyt

Bring the spice this Valentine's Day — literally. Your hot-sauce-obsessed hubby will get a kick (pun intended) out of adding this crunchy chili sauce on eggs, meat, veggies and sweet-meets-savory concoctions. The extra-spicy version is great for when he wants (ahem, needs) a little extra heat. 

$22 at Amazon

If he complains about constant back and neck pain, then give this acupressure combo a go. Once he puts his weight on the mat and pillow, the "needles" will massage pressure points, relieving tight muscles and releasing endorphins.

$27 at Walmart

If sushi is the way to his heart, pick up this bamboo kit, complete with two rolling mats, a rice spreader, a rice paddle and five pairs of chopsticks. He can make his own rolls whenever the craving hits. 

$10 at Amazon

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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