Simon memory game, $32, the cult classic from the 1980s. We loved this growing up!
Cozy wool socks, $32, made in Maine.
Flask for hikes, picnics and rooftop parties. $24.
Tattly subscription, $60, where he'll get 8 temporary tattoos in the mail every month for six months. (Needless to say: Kids would love this, too.)
3-D space cookie cutters, $12, since he would get a kick out of them.
The Best American Infographics, $13.66. They're always such fun to read.
T-shirt describing his ideal day, $28.
Habanero Extra Virgin Olive Oil, $24, for salads and cooking. Not for the faint of heart!
A gift certificate for Fellow Barber Shop's Hangover Treatment, a face massage with hot towels and essential oils, $25. For when he needs it.
Stinky cheeses from Cowgirl Creamery, $60, plus this funny card.
Awesome patches to show off his skills, for his backpack or jacket, $5.
Man Candle that smells like New York style pizza, to remind him of home. $15.
And, always and forever, the Icelandic Beard Cap, $79.
P.S. More gifts for brothers, and the complete 2013 gift guide...
(Barber shop photo by Robert Wright for The New York Times)