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Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Know someone who understands how to tell you exactly what they want? If so, they probably aren't a teenage boy. It's not exactly controversial to say that teen boys aren't known for being the most expressive of people. Because of this, people in their lives might be expected to predict their wants and needs, which makes things difficult—especially shopping for presents for said teen boys around the holiday season.

Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone. A direct question might not get you the answer you want or perhaps any answer at allbut here at Reviewed, we know what to look for. These are the gifts teen boys actually want this year, from laptops to gaming equipment to everything else. Need help finding products?

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What is there to say about Apple AirPods Pro that hasn't already been said? Their sound is shockingly good and they have great battery life and an improved shape so they fit nicely into almost everyone's ears. And, for many teens and, let's face it, adultsthey are a bonafide status symbol. Giving them teen boy hot a teen is a surefire way to help up their cool factor and, possibly, yours.

Don't feel like shelling out top-level cash for a top-level product? We also love Mpow's affordable Flame earbudswhich are waterproof and have hooks to keep them from falling out of the ears, even during vigorous workouts.

They have a cord that connects them to each other, so they aren't true wireless but, unlike Airpods, they come in different colors, such as pink, red, black and blue. Trust us: Lounging around in bed all day is no easy task.

Rectify that with this reading pillow. It's hard to feel disappointed after unwrapping an iPad. But if you need any convincing to give it as a gift, the Apple iPad is our favorite tabletthanks to its crisp display, easy multitasking abilities and sleek, lightweight construction. Whether it's for watching Netflix, downloading textbooks or as a supplement to a laptop, it's a useful and fun addition to a teen guy's tech collection. For many students, a case-less laptop is an accident waiting to happen.

Prevent these future expensive mishaps by getting them a case. In our review of laptop sleevesthe Tomtoc performed well, thanks to its luxurious inner lining, spacious outer pocket, and rounded protective corners that absorb the shocks from falls and bumps. Portable phone chargers are always nice to have on hand—especially if you're always on your phone, or never remember to charge it when you're at home. Because both of those statements could very well apply to a teen guy, it's probably a good idea to get them a portable charger.

The Anker PowerCore is a great choice because it's compact, holds multiple charges and charges phones quickly. Reminding him to charge his charger is a topic for another time. Most teen guys are still figuring out their personal style. A classic plaid shirt. This one, from Old Navy, has hundreds of rave reviews, thanks to its teen boy hot colors gray and dark bluerelaxed-but-not-slouchy fit and comfortable cotton-spandex material. A good-quality backpack is vital in high school and college even if it's mostly remote.

If you've noticed your teen's backpack is fraying a little around the edges, replace it with the L. Bean Quad Pack, our pick for best backpack. It's got squishy shoulder p, tons of well-organized storage space and easily-adjustable straps that make it a cinch to fit any kind of body. Get the Quad Pack from L. The HP Envy is one of our favorite laptops for someone on a budget, making it ideal for high school and college students. It's lightweight—yet sturdy enough to withstand jostling around in a backpack—runs fast and has great battery life.

Whether it's for sports practice, hiking or staying hydrated during the school day, a Hydro Flask water bottle is a cool gift for any teen. The Hydro Flask landed our top pick of all the water bottles we've tested because it has incredible heat and coolness retention, doesn't transfer weird flavors and is easy to carry around, thanks to its slim de and handles around its cap.

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Or Chipotle burrito. Or frozen microwave burrito. Or any kind of burrito, really. Its uncanny tortilla pattern and cozy microfiber material is perfect to curl up in after a long, hard day when he just needs some comfort food, that is. This Carhartt beanie has a lot of fans, thanks to its classic de and tightly woven acrylic fabric that keeps the wearer warm, comfortable and stylish.

Best of all, the cap comes in more than 25 colors, so it's possible for teens to maintain individuality when wearing it, even if everyone at their school owns a similar version. Trendy sustainably-sourced shoe brand Allbirds is everywhere—and, based on our review, is actually worth the hype.

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It's also almost entirely waterproof and quite durable, meaning it can endure, say, being knocked around in a backpack or used as all-purpose speakers in a college dorm. It also comes in a wide range of colors—including camo—to suit teen boy hot with any kind of style.

Know a teen guy who constantly has scuffed-up, stepped-on sneakers from sliding them on and off every time he leaves the house? These are sort of a shoe and sort of a slipper, with an extra-soft, pile-lined interior, stylish suede exterior and indoor-outdoor rubber soles. Collecting cards gets you points, but getting hit loses them. If he's into tech and fitness, a fitness tracker is a great way to serve the intersection of these interests—and this newly-released Fitbit Versa 3 is an especially great option for any active teen guy.

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It contains face wash, moisturizer, shave cream, exfoliating body soap and hand lotion—all of which can help a teen learn the basics of skincare in a simple, low-maintenance way. If he spent a large portion of his shelter-in-place period watching or rewatching "The Office," this sweatshirt is an essential gift. He will immediately know the not-so-secret meaning behind this sweatshirt, which references the farm owned by resident "Office" oddball Dwight Schrute.

Reviewers of the sweatshirt love its soft, warm material and the fact that it often gets them appreciative nods and smiles from fellow fans of the series. If only he could get to the dribs and drabs stuck in the corners! Enter this novelty silicone spoon-and-spatula combo. Bowie and The Beatles sound great through a pair of Airpods. But if you know a teen who's becoming a true audiophile or just watched "High Fidelity" for the first timehe's probably hankering to hear his favorite artists on vinyl yes, that includes Billie Eilish.

In this case, we recommend the Crosley C6, our best value pick in our test of record players. We love the clean sound and cool, retro-inspired look it delivers at an inexpensive price compared to other turntables. With the C6, he'll get a way to listen to the classics the way they were originally heard—and some teen boy hot to support his local record shop.

This Patagonia makes for a fantastic grab-and-go sweater for road trips, outdoor gatherings and everything in between. When the weather is still warm, it works as a main layer of warmth, and when it gets cooler, it's slim enough to provide extra insulation under a jacket. For a teen boy who seems to rotate among a few go-tos, this sweater will no doubt get a prime spot in his rotation. International travel, whether it's a study abroad trip or summer backpacking excursion, probably won't be an option for a while.

But if your guy is always hankering after new passport stamps, you can help him get excited about the places he will go, one day, with this scratch-off map. When you rub the shiny gold surface with a coin or fingernailit reveals a bold pop of color, making each map totally unique to the person who owns it. Not all teen guys will willingly wear the coat they need to get them through winter—but with this North Face down coat, they won't need any prompting. It's puffy and warm, yet still stylish in a retro way, so they'll be glad to pull it out and wear it all winter.

If you're looking for a less expensive but no less enticing outerwear option, the Ultra Light Down Parka from Uniqlo is a good bet. It contains a down filling to insulate body heat, but still feels lightweight. It also folds down well, so it can be easily stowed if it's not needed. Whether it's from FaceTiming, browsing Instagram or taking a front-facing video, there are a lot of ways to drop a phone. This Popsocketa gadget that grips to the back of a phone or case and provides something that's almost like a hand, might help prevent it.

It's not a full preventative measure, but it helps a hand get a better, more comfortable grip to prevent it from slipping. Bucket hats are having a capital-M moment teen boy hot the youths. It also comes in three colors—army green, taupe and blue. Bean Boots are a tried-and-true holiday gift for a reason. Bean—keep feet warm and comfy in wind, snow and rain. This is good news, because they last for many, many years, according to hundreds of happy Bean Boots reviewers. Love the look of duck boots, but not L. Sperry makes a great dupe.

This Champion t-shirt is made of an extra-soft, breathable cotton that makes it ideal for hanging out around the house, shooting hoops outside or anything else. In short, it's classic, it's simple and it's comfy. What more do you and he need? Drinking water, juice, or coffee around the house is a lot more fun with this Lego-style mug.

It has raised dots on the outside and comes with three packs of bricks, allowing its owner to build custom creations while enjoying a beverage.

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