7 Christmas Stocking Fillers for Under £50!

7 Christmas Stocking Fillers for Under £50!

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Christmas always involves a lot of gift shopping, and here at Apache we get that you don’t always want to break the bank. With this in mind, we’ve picked out seven fantastic menswear gifts worth £50 or less!

Treat a loved one to stylish stocking fillers including woolly hats, underwear and polo shirts. Read on…

3 Pack Cotton/Stretch Boxer by Lacoste — £35.95

3 Pack Cotton/Stretch Boxer by Lacoste

Lacoste is among the most sought after brands for men’s underwear. These iconic boxer trunks are made with a supremely comfortable cotton stretch fabric in a classic slim fit. The featured 3-pack boasts three shades of blue: Navy, Sky and Royal. Browse our complete range of Lacoste underwear in more colours here.

Lombardi Panel T Shirt by Gym King — £35

Lombardi Panel T Shirt by Gym King

Gym King has taken off like a rocket this year at Apache, riding a wave of “fitness fashion” mania from athletic gents and tattoo lovers. New this week are two “cut and sewn” panel T Shirts in White Charcoal (left) and Black/Navy Nights (right). As with all Gym King T Shirts, it boasts a sporty slim fit and a curved hem. Shop the full range of Gym King products here.

Taped Ringer T Shirt by Fred Perry (M6347) — £40

M6347 Taped Ringer T Shirt by Fred Perry

The Fred Perry taped ringer T shirt is one of our all time best selling garments, and for good reason. It combines a memorable taped sleeve design with a timeless British heritage look. Our newest season colour is Stone (left), but for something tired and trusted you can’t beat the long-running Carbon Blue version (right.)

Pique Classic Cap by Fred Perry (HW3650) — £30

HW3650 Pique Classic Cap by Fred Perry

When it comes to Christmas gifts, guys love year-round accessories like headwear. Our range of Fred Perry caps draws customers back time and time again for the latest colours, such as Iris Leaf and Sky Blue (above.) With an adjustable rear strap ensures a comfy fit, and the pique cotton fabric is of the highest, breathable quality.

 

Sport Nylon Wallet by Fred Perry (L4209) — £35

L4209 Sport Nylon Wallet by Fred Perry

Your lucky man will need somewhere to keep his Christmas cash and Apache gift vouchers! Get him a slice of British heritage in his pocket with a new Fred Perry nylon wallet. With a zip pocket, four card holders, a clear plastic pouch and a keyring chain, this wallet has everything you need. Choose from two colours: Olive and Navy.

Short Sleeve Pique Polo Shirt by Lyle and Scott (SP400) — £50

SP400 Short Sleeve Pique Polo Shirt by Lyle and Scott

These classic polos by Lyle and Scott are a safe bet for a stylish Christmas gift. With ribbed collar and cuff detailing and the famous golden eagle logo, these polo shirts go well with any casual outfit. The newest version in Deep Plum, right, is a welcome addition to our wide range of Lyle and Scott polos.

Racked Rib Beanie by Lyle and Scott (HE305CL) — £30

HE305CL Racked Rib Beanie by Lyle and Scott

Here’s a gift to be worn straight out of the stocking on a cold Christmas Day! Lyle and Scott’s knitted beanie hats are made from 80% lambswool, warmer and lighter than cotton and perfect for keeping out the elements. Choose from four colours including Moss Green, Mid Grey and Claret Jug, pictured.

… and one over £50! — Cotton Merino V Neck Jumper (KN401VC) by Lyle and Scott — £65

KN401VC Cotton Merino V Neck Jumper by Lyle and Scott

These vintage Lyle and Scott V Neck jumpers are great value at £65. The Merino wool/cotton fabric is incredible lightweight whilst offering supreme warmth. Ideal for wearing over a cotton shirt or T-shirt, these jumpers can be worn all year round. Choose from Claret Marl, Dark Navy and Mid Grey Marl versions.

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