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Culture Life Unique Holiday Gift Ideas for the Sports Fans in Your Life
Culture Life Unique Holiday Gift Ideas for the Sports Fans in Your Life

Unique Holiday Gift Ideas for the Sports Fans in Your Life

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(StatePoint) Holiday shopping for a sports enthusiast or two? If you’ve gifted some of the standard items in the past — t-shirts, jerseys, hoodies — you may be looking for some clever new ways to show your love.

Check out these fun ideas for brightening the season of your favorite sports fans.

Team Colors that Suit You

Want to go way above and beyond when outfitting hockey fans with cool apparel? Thanks to a Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank partnership with the National Hockey League, there’s now a brand-new outlet to express support for your favorite NHL team while looking professional and refined.

Hockey fans and the gift-givers who love them can customize suits, sport coats and vests by selecting their preferred fabric, fit and new digitally printed linings featuring their favorite NHL team logo. Available at Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank stores nationwide, looking your best while supporting your favorite team this season has never been so easy. To learn more, visit menswearhouse.com or josbank.com.

Stub Log

Help nostalgic fans preserve valued memorabilia with a ticket stub diary. This gift will allow them to migrate the growing, disorganized pile of ticket stubs in the desk drawer to a log designed for this purpose, as well as give them an opportunity to share a few thoughts about each game they attend.

A Good Catch

Whether shooting hoops or organizing a game of two-hand touch, now your favorite athletes can play their favorite games with a customized ball designed by you. Brands like PhotoBall allow gift-givers to upload photos and logos to its site, that the company then prints on the sports ball of their choice.

This holiday season, check out the latest and greatest gift ideas that will give the sports fans in your life a new way to show off their love of the game.  

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