This time of year is an especially good time to think of others.  The holiday season gives us an opportunity to send cards, plan get-togethers, eat too much and buy gifts for those we love.  Choosing the right gifts can be the hardest part of the holiday season.  Too often a Christmas gift is regifted even before the New Year.  I’ve put together a Gift Guide to help you buy gifts that will be utilized, cherished, and definitely not regifted. Almost every gift in this selection can be personalized, which shows that you didn’t just run in a store and grab a shirt or necktie…you put some thought into something uniquely for him.                                                                                   

Every product on this list is handcrafted in our workshop in Lynnville, TN, USA and ships to US customers with Free Ground Shipping.

No. 20 Portfolio – $100.00

“In today’s fast-paced world, there’s just too much to remember. And, when the brain hits overload, there’s no easy, add-on memory chip solution. I decided an easily transportable travel-size portfolio was just what I needed to jot down ideas or anything else I wanted to remember,” says the Colonel. It’s 9”H x 6”W size is ideal for his bedside table, automobile, in a meeting or just on the go. The front may be personalized with his three initials in the lower right corner for that special personal touch! Available in 4 color options.

Col. Littleton Cologne – $96.50

“Fragrance is an individual thing; and as you know there are even subtle differences in a particular fragrance, depending on the wearer. But, I can promise you, I won’t have him smelling like a coconut or eliciting the ‘run for cover’ response when people see him coming.” Classically understated-unmistakably cool and refreshing, with just the right splash of citrus, Col. Littleton Cologne is a totally delightful experience in fragrance.

No. 3 Possibles Bag (Large) – $72.50

He can use this bag to hold valuables in his golf bag, business bag or travel bag. The possibilities are endless. Handmade in our Workshop of soft, dry-milled leather in vintage brown. Round leather lace drawstring threads through brass eyelets. Copper tab on drawstring ends. 9.5″H x 7.5″W. May be personalized with his 3 initials on brass tag.

No. 27 Pocket Journal – $80.00

Leather journal cover, made in Colonel’s Workshop of soft and pliable dry-milled leather, fits our journal register (which may be reordered) like a book cover. Also works with other journals of similar size. Available in vintage brown, saddle tan and black. Comes with an archive box so he can use it today, file it away and preserve it for the ages. May be personalized with three block initials on the leather journal in right, lower front corner and his three initials and year engraved on the archive box.

No. 49 Phone Holster – $84.00

Our No. 49 Phone Holster design enables him to carry his iPhone® or similarly-sized smart phone in its protective case. Vertical belt loop on the back secures his electronic device securely to his belt (accommodates up to 1.5 inch wide belt), or he can drop the holster into his briefcase. Made in the Col. Littleton Workshop of our black or vintage brown polished leather. Two-position ball stud closure. May be personalized with his three initials on front flap. Inside dimensions at bottom hole are 5.37”H x 3”W x 1.5”D.  (Please measure the device and compare dimensions to ensure a proper fit.)

No. 4 Belt – $100.00

Our Belt Collection was designed by Colonel Littleton with more than a nod to the military and sportsman’s tradition. The uniqueness of this collection of belts is in its’ adjusting feature. The traditional front buckle allows only three inches of fluctuation. Colonel’s belt adds another 8 inches, adjusting in one-inch increments. This means that one size fits almost everyone. A great gift item for your special guy!

Front Pocket Wallet (with flap) – $60.00

Made of black, brown or saddle tan native American steer hide, tanned right here in Tennessee. Dry milled to achieve incredible softness. Two pockets. Edge stitched. 3.9″ x 3″. Handmade in the Col. Littleton Workshop. May be personalized with his three initials. Holds up to 10 bills and 6-10 credit cards.

No. 1 Pouch – $50.00

He could probably think of a hundred uses for this small leather pouch. It’s a perfect little pouch for him to toss into his car or briefcase for keys, change, mints, stamps, etc. At 5 3/4″ wide x 3 1/2″ tall closed, it’s small in size but with a lot of carrying power. Solid brass ball stud fastener. Made in the Col. Littleton Workshop of soft, vintage brown dry-milled leather. May be personalized with three initials.

No. 3 Foxfire Knife – $85.50

Put a little tradition into his lifestyle. Nothing says tradition and Americana like a gentleman’s pocket knife. This knife features bone handles and a stainless steel locking blade. Solid brass bolsters. Dozens of hand steps provide a superior knife technically. Hand finished and hand buffed for that special look that can only be achieved at the hands of a craftsman. 3″ long when closed. May be personalized with three initials in the bone handle and the year in the brass bolster.

No. 3 Card Wallet – $44.50

He’ll be making a good first impression when he presents his business cards in this leather card wallet. Or, he can use the card wallet to hold up to five credit cards. Made in the Col. Littleton Workshop in our brown or black dry-milled leather. Edge stitched for durability and a finished look. May be personalized with three block initials.

Cuff Bracelets in American Buffalo – $40.00-$55.00

Handmade in our Workshop of American Buffalo. Nickel finish ball stud closure. Simplicity at its best. 3 widths available in sizes Large (7 1/2″ Inside) and XLarge (8″ Inside).

Round Leather Coasters – $87.50

Our Leather Coasters will definitely make an impression when displayed in the home or office.  Set of four coasters are made in our Col. Littleton Workshop of Italian bridle leather. May be embossed with one initial.

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