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Jason Seiler

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MacDirectory's Holiday Gift Guide Gifts for Dad > For the Man of the House By Thomas Bender 3. Forza Headphones by V-MODA ($100) Workout headphones so often compromise audio quality in order to get all the features you’d want in active headphones.  The Forza headphones from V-MODA tackle that challenge head-on, providing hi-res audio in a package otherwise designed for an active lifestyle. The audio quality isn’t the only thing that lives up to the V-MODA name (the top reviewed headphone brand on, the angular style, build quality, and customization features are all on par with V-MODA’s other high-end products.  Available in orange, black, and white, with different colored accents, the Forza are designed to handle interchangeable, 3D-printed caps to truly claim these headphones as your own. The Forza are ruggedly built with firm rubber components, an ultra-reinforced, tangle-free cord, and angled connections at all wire junctions to minimize the risk of damage.  To make sure they fit comfortably in your ears, each pair comes with 4 sizes of fittings that can be paired with either 3 sizes of sport fins, or 2 different sizes of sport hooks, depending on your preference.  If, against the odds, something happens to your Forza, they also come with a 2-year warranty, so you should have no worries about bringing high quality audio into the active lifestyle with the Forza in-ear headphones from V-MODA. For more information, visit: 4. Rosemary Essential Oil Shampoo & Condition by The Art of Shaving The Rosemary Hair Shampoo and Conditioner is a great way to trick the man in your life into taking better care of his hair.  This combo from the gurus at The Art of Shaving includes rosemary, peppermint, and eucalyptus oils to treat hair and leave it looking healthy and shiny - but he doesn’t have to know that.  He’ll probably be impressed by the invigorating sensation and the fairly masculine aromas, and he doesn’t have to worry about his hair smelling like a bouquet of flowers for the rest of the day, as the subtle smell is enough to stay fresh, but not overpowering. The conditioner is extra thick, and pulls no punches when it comes to treating your hair.  The same oil blend is present here, with the addition of castor oil to help the hair lay flat.  It’s easy to work these two products into an everyday routine, and his hair will thank you after it comes out of the shower healthier and softer than ever. For more information, visit:

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