50 Holiday Gift Ideas for the Wellness Obsessed

Finding that perfect gift for your fit friend or favorite foodie just got easier thanks to this list of awesome goodies. Whether you have $10 or $1,000 to spend this year, you’ll find a present to please everyone on your list. So check out the best in healthy gear below and start scoring some deals. We can already feel the holiday cheer (and chest bumps) of your giftees.

Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25


Stance Run Socks, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

1. Shoe in. Any runner will love the Stance Fusion Run Crew socks. Thanks to the supportive arch, flat stitching to reduce chafing and a reinforced heel and toe, they keep feet comfy through that final mile. To top it off, they come in cool patterns and colors. ($18, stance.com)

Roxy Neckwarmer, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

2. Skin shield. Cold temperatures and windy weather can lead to red, irritated skin. That is, unless you have the Roxy Winter Enjoy & Care Neckwarmer. A fabric infused with moisturizing vitamin E beads lines this winter accessory, so it keeps skin soft — and toasty, too. ($25, roxy.com)
Theraband Roller Massager, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

3. All you knead. The perfect way to give fitness junkies’ tight muscles some TLC: the Theraband Roller Massager. It has a ridged design to really loosen up deep tissues and its retractable handles make it a cinch to take on the go. ($25, performancehealth.com)

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RawSpiceBar, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25
4. Spice of life. Say goodbye to basic flavors! Joining the RawSpiceBar Spice of the Month Club means users get fresh new seasonings every 30 days — and recipe ideas for how to use ‘em. Some holiday offerings including German Gingerbread and Unpumpkin Pie, but three spices come in each box. And you can personalize the choices by filling out a flavor quiz. ($8/kit for one month, rawspicebar.com)

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Etsy WOD Mug, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

5. Up and at ‘em. Wake up and smell the… WOD? Your CrossFit friends — or any workout warrior — will understand (and probably follow suit). Serve up a cup of joe in this motivational Etsy mug, then get ready to break a sweat. That’s how to start a day feeling strong. ($16, etsy.com)

Box Appetite Lunch Box, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25
6. Ahead of the pack. Finding a good, portable container for a midday meal can turn food from soggy to oh-so-yummy. Lucky for your giftees, we found one: The Box Appetite Lunch Box. It separates your wet ingredients from dry ones, has a smaller vessel for dressings, and is BPA-free and microwave-safe. ($25, bedbathandbeyond.com)

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New Balance x J Crew Headband, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25
7. Band together. Stop flyaways and sweat from getting in the way of a workout sesh with the sporty, stylish and comfy New Balance x J. Crew Seamless Headband. It has velvet on the flip side to keep it from slipping while turning up the burn. ($15, newbalance.com)
Krave Jerky Gift Set, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

8. Meat and greet. Calling all protein partisans! The Krave Jerky Gift Pack includes three flavors that pair well with food and drink, including sea salt (dip it in chocolate for that coveted salty-sweet combo), garlic chili (great with red wine) and basil citrus (munch on it while sipping on whisky). Post-workout recovery fuel never tasted so good. ($20, kravejerky.com)

UV Buff National Parks, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25
9. Walk in the park. Day hikers, nature lovers and anyone who celebrated the National Parks Service Centennial will jump at the chance to sport a National Parks UV Buff. Besides a three percent donation to the American Hiking Society, this headband-neck gaiter-hat hybrid blocks 95 percent of harmful UV rays, wicks away wetness and controls odor. We guarantee the wearable landscapes of Yosemite and The Smoky Mountains sure beat a postcard. ($25, buffusa.com)

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FitDesk Calendar, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

10. Wise words. Everyone could use a little motivation to move more and this Fitdesk Calendar by Fitlosophy puts it all on the table. The 365 days of inspirational quotes — like “what would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?” (think about it!) — reinforce how the power of positivity can make a day more productive. ($15, getfitbook.com)

Cotopaxi Dopp Kit, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

11. Travel buddy. Whether you have a world traveler, weekend jetsetter or a regular gym rat on your list, they’ll be psyched to stash their essentials in the Cotopaxi Del Dia Dopp Kit. The pack is sustainably sourced from repurposed nylon shell fabric, and proceeds from each sale helps support the company’s ambitious Impact Mission focused on education, healthcare and social good around the world. Want more gear for good? Also check out their just-launched kickstarter, Cotopaxi Connect, to co-design a backpack with the company’s Philippines-based artisans. ($20, cotopaxi.com)

Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

12. Bring the heat. Know some people who just love testing their spice tolerance? The Target Holiday Hot Sauce Gift Set provides 12 different flavors and levels of zing, so every meal is anything but boring. (Just make sure to have some water on hand!) ($15, target.com)

REI Go Out With Me Tee, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $25

13. Fit to a TeeMade of organic cotton and recycled polyester, this incredibly soft REI Co-op “Go Out With Me” T-Shirt practically begs you to wear it for days. And by go out, we mean outside — for some active adventures! So you know every outdoors(wo)man will love it. ($25, rei.com)

Holiday Gift Ideas Under $50


Polk Boom Bit, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $50

14. Street DJ. We know how annoying it can be to get headphone wires tangled up in your business while running and biking. The Polk Boom Bit bluetooth speaker lets you clip it to your clothes so you can pump up your playlist while riding the streets. ($30; polkaudio.com)

Black and Decker Slow Cooker

15. Multitasking sous chef. Soups, chilis, roasts — the list goes on for the amazing dishes you can prepare with the Black+Decker 7-Quart Chalkboard Digital Slow Cooker. With three heat settings and dishwasher-safe parts, this must-have tool basically does all the work so you can pop in the ingredients and forget about it for the next, oh, eight to nine hours. Plus, its chalkboard surface means you can write down recipes, label it for a potluck or leave notes for the fam. ($40, blackanddeckerappliances.com)

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Montiel Teardrop Cami

16. Studio siren. Step up your athleisure game with the Montiel Tear Drop Cami, a super-soft studio top with built-in shelf bra and double strap detail. The unique design is sure to make your star yogi, barre enthusiast and Pilates guru stand out from the rest of the cami clones in the room. ($46, montiel.com)

Soma Water Bottle

17. Poppin’ bottles. This sleek Soma Glass Water Bottle isn’t just pretty to look at; you’ll actually want to drink out of it, too. It’s got a colorful, cheery grip protective sleeve, a leak-proof bamboo cap and shatter-resistant glass. Plus, for every purchase, a donation is made to charity. We’ll drink to that! ($30, drinksoma.com)

Therm-a-Rest Down Pillow
18. Glamper’s dream. If you’ve got an adventurer or thru hiker in your crew, you’re going to want to gift them the Therm-a-Rest Down Pillow before they set foot on their journey. The luxurious pillow is made with Nikiwax Hydrophobic Down, which means it’s super soft and warm, and can easily compress for packing and traveling. ($30; cascadedesigns.com)
Bru Cold Brew System, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $50

19. Cold brew chaser. Iced coffee addicts will love how incredibly easy the coolgear BRU Cold Brew Coffee System makes it to prepare a smooth cuppa cold brew at home. The single-serving brewing system does the dirty work of filtering the grounds and silt. Plus, it lets you adjust the drip rate and the strength of your brew. ($31, shop.coolgearinc.com)

SKLZ Hydro-Roller

20. Hy-rollers club. If you have a fit frequent flyer in your life or a swole mate on the road, consider gifting them this SKLZ Hydro-Roller, a foam roller and stainless steel bottle in one. The portable foam roller massages sore muscles, while the water bottle stores post-workout smoothies, shakes or plain old H2O. ($40, SKLZ.com)

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David's Tea 24 Days of Tea Set
21. Countdown to Christmas. With sweet flavors like Cardamom French Toast and Sweet Almond Green, you can turn any Grinch into an elf with this 24 Days of Tea set from David’s Tea. Each day supplies a delicious new single serving of high-quality brew that celebrates the flavors and scents of the season. So are they on the nutty or spice list? ($40, davidstea.com)
Spiralizer, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $50

22. Get your zoodle on. Your gluten-free and Paleo puttanesca-loving friends will appreciate this Paderno World Cuisine Tri-Blade Vegetable Spiral Slicer. Thanks to the three-blade tool, they can enjoy veggie lasagna, fettuccini and rigatoni (or curly “fries”) unlimited. ($27, spiralizer.com)

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Lorna Jane Active Journal
23. All-write. Think of this as a calendar, to-do list and journal all in one. The Lorna Jane Active Living Diary is also packed with seven never-before-seen nourishing recipes and daily inspirational quotes. We have a feeling you (or your Secret Santa) is going to have the best year yet! ($40; lornajane.com)

CamelBak, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $50

24. Runner’s pack. Marathoners, triathletes and trail runners don’t need to be carrying a million things on race day. This CamelBak Ultra Handheld Chill keeps cold water accessible and also comes with a zipped pocket to hold your phone, keys, gels and more. ($45, shop.camelbak.com)

Origins Feel Good Candle
25. Good scents. Aromatherapy creates the ultimate meditative and relaxing atmosphere to instantly calm the nerves. And the Origins Feel Good Candle will help set the mood. It’s made with 100 percent soy wax (so it’s environmentally friendly, too) and has a soothing aroma of pine, spruce and orange. For every candle purchased, the company also plants a tree! ($34, origins.com)
Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100


Osprey Backpack, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100
26. Pack rat. Minimalist day hikers, this one’s for you. Designed to comfortably carry up to 25 pounds and hold 2.5 liters of water, the Osprey Skarab 18 dayhiker hydration pack will go the extra mile to ensure a safe and seamless adventure. ($80, ospreypacks.com)
MSR Pocket Rocket Stove Kit, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

27. Compact cooker. Fuel backcountry adventures with the ultra lightweight MSR PocketRocket Stove Kit. For just over three ounces, campers will get a tiny-but-powerful stove, plus a two-person cookset (insulated mugs and folding utensils included) that all fit neatly back together. ($100, rei.com)

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The North Face Sleeping Bag, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

28. Twin peaks. Comfort is king in when it comes to the The North Face Homestead Twin sleeping bag, sized to match a standard twin size mattress. With 40-degree synthetic insulation, this sleeper also packs in some cool features: A pocket for your cell phone with touch-through mesh, and the ability to zip two together to create a king-size camping lair. ($89, thenorthface.com)

Brooks LSD Jacket, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

29. Featherweight flyer. Runners will be ready for anything in the super lightweight Brooks LSD Running Jacket that’s also windproof and water resistant. And when the sun comes out to play, the reflective nylon layer packs into its own pocket with an elastic band for hands-free carry. ($95-$100, brooksrunning.com)

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UA On the Run Tote, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

30. Totes to go. Rain, sleet and snow won’t keep us away from our favorite fitness studios. And thankfully, the storm technology built into the UA On the Run Tote will keep all our gear dry en route. Boss ladies, you’ve also got a laptop sleeve and large media pocket — plus a rainbow of colors to match your mood. ($55, underarmour.com)

Manduka Yoga Towel, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

31. Hot yoga helper. When the room heats up too 100-plus degrees, a slippery yoga mat just won’t cut it. That’s where the Manduka YogiToes yoga towel comes in. Layer it over your regular yoga mat, and hot yogis will be slip-proof (and seriously stylin’) for the whole session. ($64, manduka.com)

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Asics Thermopolis Half Zip, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

32. Like buttah. Cold workouts won’t get old when you’re able to slip on the Asics Thermopolis ½ Zip. Made from a brushed all-weather fabric that feels buttery soft to the touch, this base pull-over will keep you warm on chilly outdoor runs — or cozy in bed if that’s your choice (no judgements here!). The smart phone sized chest pocket with media port will also come in handy, not to mention the flatlock seams to reduce chafing. ($75, asics.com)

Rolflex, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

33. Tension tamer. Foam rolling fans will appreciate this new take on self-massage. With its unique shape to provide targeted pressure without restricting motion, the Rolflex hits all those tense nooks and crannies from the neck down to the feet. ($60, irolflex.com)

Adidas Backpack - Gift Ideas Under $100

34. Roll with it. Fashion, function and a minty fresh color — this Adidas Pastel Camo Roll-Up Backpack is sure to turn heads. Other features she’ll love: A top-to-bottom size zipper for easy access, and a roll-up top to adjust the pack’s height. ($80, adidas.com)

Dakine Gloves, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

35. Talk to the hand. Keep digits happy with the new Dakine Highlander Glove, the brand’s warmest ski and snowboard gloves this season. Featuring Primaloft insulation, a water repellent leather shell and a cozy wool lining that stays warm even when wet, the elements won’t stand a chance when you’re out on the slopes. ($95, dakine.com)

Athleta Leggings, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

36. Leg up. Living in leggings isn’t just allowed — it’s encouraged — when these Athleta Polartec Colorblock Powerlift Tights 2.0 are involved. The wear-anywear bottoms are equipped with a three-inch tummy-smoothing waistband, winter-proofed Polartec performance fabric and two stretch-to-fit pockets to stash your phone or keys. Custom fit guaranteed with sizes in regular, tall, petite and plus. ($98, athleta.gap.com)

Holiday Gift Ideas Worth the Splurge


Mountain Hardware Jacket

37. Down and out. Facing the elements is a piece of (protein-packed) cake in the Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown RS Jacket. Featuring a welded construction (rather than stitched), it provides ample warmth, while still allowing flexibility. Runners, snowshoers and skiers alike can move freely — and without shivering. ($280, mountainhardwear.com)

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Oru Kayak, Holiday Gift Ideas Worth the Splurge

38. Fold and float. Tiny apartment? No excuse. City dwellers can now own their very own adventure mobile, courtesy of the Oru Beach Kayak. It folds up and has a shoulder strap for easy transportation, so lake and beach lovers can paddle it out whenever they strike water. ($1,175, orukayak.com)

Nike LunarEpic Low

39. Super Fly. Runners will cozy up quick to the Nike LunarEpic Low Flyknit. That’s because the new cult favorite combines the ultra-light and virtually seamless Flyknit upper with the superior cushioning of the Lunarlon midsole. Translation: You’ll crush mid- to long-distance runs, but also want to keep ’em on for post-miles brunch. Don’t see the colorway you want? Customize them as Nike iDs for an extra 40 bucks. ($160; nike.com)

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Instax Printer, Holiday Gift Ideas Worth the Splurge

40. Photographic memory. Bring those crazy cool photos you take on your hikes, bike trips or ski getaways to life with the Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer. Simply load images to the free app, send them to the printer and they’re ready in 10 seconds. ($200, fujifilm.com)

TRX Duo Trainer

41. Hang tight. This trainer takes the traditional TRX straps up a notch by mimicking the functionality of Olympic gymnastics rings. Perfect for die-hard CrossFitters and functional fitness nerds, the TRX Duo Trainer makes pull-ups, muscle-ups, dips and more all possible — right at home. Even cooler: The brand partnered with MobilityWOD’s Kelly Starrett to ensure you’re getting the very best out of your strength and stability-focused suspension trainer. ($200; trxtraining.com)

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Merrell Boots, Holiday Gift Ideas Worth the Splurge

42. Rock steady. Clumsy folks, rejoice! You can literally walk up a hill of slippery black ice without falling in these Merrell Women’s Aurora 6 Ice+ Waterproof boots. Their Arctic Grip technology provides next-level traction and even warns of below-freezing temperatures — just check the bottom for blue specks that signal the chill factor. ($140, merrell.com)

Oakley Radar Pace

43. Now see this. These shades go way beyond blocking the sun’s rays. Oakley’s Radar Pace specs have built-in headphones that (when paired with the app) act like a live coach, giving updates on heart rate, power output, cadence, speed, time and distance. Want your numbers more often? Simply ask and it’ll respond with your stats. And if an athlete misses a training day or nailed a previous workout, it’ll auto adjust the plan to help crush future goals. ($449, oakley.com)

Misfit Phase

44. Secret tracker. Looking at the MisFit Phase Hybrid Smartwatch, you’d think it’s just  your standard timepiece. But really, it’s recording steps, distance and calories burned, as well as sleep. Perfect for anyone who likes to keep their numbers to themselves — or those with an affinity for arm candy. ($175, misfit.com)

Sweaty Betty Ski Base Layer

45. Slope chic. Stay warm while hitting the slopes in the Sweaty Betty Mountain Top Seamless Ski Base Layer. Featuring quick-drying fabric to keep cozy in the cold, it can also go from mountain to office meeting (it’s just that pretty!). Double duty, done right. ($105, sweatybetty.com)

VirZoom, Holiday Gift Ideas Worth the Splurge

46. Virtual escape. Virtual reality is all the rage and now you can experience it with a side of spinning. The VirZoom foldable bike comes with a headset that plays out-of-this world videos and lets you pretend you’re cycling through France or kayaking in Asia. The faster you pedal in real life, the faster you move on screen. Gamers, get ready to get moving! ($400, virzoom.com)

Smith Quantum Helmet

47. Head gear. Adventure seekers may flock to steep slopes and slick conditions. So keep them safe with the Smith Quantum helmet. The durable design provides first-class impact protection, yet still allows for some airflow. It also has a 360-degree adjustable system to better fit any head size and a magnetic strap for easy on-and-off switches when wearing heavy gloves. ($300, smithoptics.com)

Spartan Pancake Set, Holiday Gift Ideas Under $100

48. Built from sand. Spartan athletes aren’t built in a day, but the Spartan Pancake Sandbag Set will get you a whole lot closer. Comprised of a six different weights, from 10 to 60 pounds, the heavy duty neoprene casing allows you to lift, slam, or carry easily — well, you know what we mean. ($228, shop.spartan.com)

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Google Home, Holiday Gifts Worth the Splurge

49. Slick sidekick. Boss ladies and gents, meet the personal assistant and home DJ you didn’t know you were missing. Ask Google Home to play a pump-up song for your living room workout, how many teaspoons make up a cup for a new dinner recipe or to set a wake-up time for a morning fitness class. Simply say, “OK, Google,” state a question or demand and boom — life made easier! ($129, store.google.com)

Rangefinder, Holiday Gift Ideas Worth the Splurge

50. Stay the course. Golfers will score big (er, low on the green!) with the Bushnell Tour V4 Rangefinder. It takes the guesswork out of club selection by accurately measuring the distance between the ball and the hole, ranging up to 1,000 yards. It also has five-time magnification and super fast focus to find the ball from far away. ($276, amazon.com)

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