Boston Red Sox 2013 World Series Champions Framed Subway Sign w/ Authentic Dirt
Alexei Kovalev Signed Skating 8x10 Photo
Guitar Gift Basket
2013 All-Star Game at Citi Field Subway Sign Collage w/ Authentic Dirt
Deluxe Roadside Emergency Kit
Chris Drury New York Rangers Game Used Net 11X14 Photo Collage
Happy Birthday Bucket Nostalgic Candy Gift
Song of Storms T-Shirt
1969 New York Jets Team Signed Green Jersey S.B. Champions & Super Bowl III Info Embroidered
Slappa Da Bass Tee
"Awesome Mix Tape" Personalized Bluetooth Speaker
Movie Medley Gift Basket
David Tyree Super Bowl 42 Catch Signed 18x25 Canvas
Camouflage Retro Candy Gift Basket
Derek Jeter Signed 2014 Game Used Baseball
Assorted NY Yankees Baseball Cards (200 Card Box)
"Zombies Hate Stuff" by Greg Stones
You Shall Not Pass Go Tee
1978 Yankees 11 Signature 1977-1978 Yankees Engraved Bat
Control Freak Tee
Clayton Kershaw 11x14 Mini Dirt Collage
Yankees Monument Park Retired Numbers 14x32 Collage w/ GU Dirt/Brick
J. Fold Jungle Folding Card Carrier
Of course, all he really wants for his 16th birthday is a car. (A car is freedom, independence, and yes, oh-so-cool.) But if that is not an option because it’s out of the budget, he doesn’t have his license yet, he’s one lucky kid and already has one, or for whatever reason, it’s just not going to happen, here are some other great 16th birthday gift ideas for guys.
It’s always fun to have the number of gifts match the age. So wrap up 16 of his favorite things – gum, cologne, socks, snacks – and watch as he has a ball unwrapping all of the gifts. Or give him 16 hours of something, like 16 hours of driving lessons, 16 hours of downloadable music, or 16 hours that he’s in charge of the TV remote.
Traditional gifts for 16-year-olds include clothing, like T-shirts and cool shoes; music, perhaps tickets to a concert; video games, books, accessories for the favorite sport he likes to play or watch; and gift cards to his pick of restaurant, movie theater, local mall, or online shopping.
If the budget allows, and you really want to spoil him because he’s such a good kid, buy something from his wish list, like the new tablet, smart phone, or gaming console. Foot the bill for a fun day for him and his friends – perhaps an overnight stay at a fancy hotel, complete with room service, or an afternoon go-karting or playing laser tag or paint ball. And if there’s really no budget, make his day/week/year with yes, a brand new car.