Do you have your Christmas list filled out yet? Done with all your Christmas shopping? If so, good for you. But if not (and we’re with you), the hardest part of dazzling those you’re buying for is usually coming up with ideas.
However, if you’ve got a firefighter on your list, we’re here to help brainstorm with you, because there are a ton of great gift ideas out there for family members, friends or even fellow firefighters around the station.
So take a look at our long list of gift ideas and hopefully you can find a few for that firefighter in your life this year.
Fire Hoze Belts: Fire Hoze belts are a fantastic gift idea for firefighters and are made from 100 percent re-purposed fire hoses. No two belts are the same, and they even come with a card that states where the fire hose was decommissioned from.
Firefighter Chronograph Watch: We recommend this beautiful stainless-steel firefighter watch from LION with a Maltese cross and poem engraved on the back. Really, a sharp piece.
Fire Hose Bracelet: Made from old fire hoses, these bracelets feature words of encouragement, or you can choose your own saying befitting of the wea
Survival Strap: These bracelets are made of parachute cord and include a firefighting insignia, perfect for the firefighter on your list.
Firefighter’s Merchandise: Firefighters’ Merchandise offers a variety of gear for the firefighter in your life, from iPad covers to duffle bags—even a firefighter-themed stocking!
Firefighter Legos: Not only gives them something to do in their downtime, but makes a cool collectible to show off.
Brook & Hunter Premium Mo-Tool Axe: This multi-tool is made of durable stainless steel
Firefighter Survival Tool: Having an axe is a must, but this type of tool also has a pry bar, a hammer and a nail puller.
Customized Corn Hole Board: There’s a ton of downtime around the station, and Corn Hole is a great game to pull out and play. Just make sure you design and paint it with a firefighting logo or two.
Firehose Wallets: Made from recycled fire hoses, they look cool and are very durable.
What unique gifts have you given the firefighter on your Christmas list?