Teens are tough customers on the gift front. Pleasing them is not inexpensive, but here are five ideas to thrill even the surliest in the bunch.
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Above: For music lovers on the go, the new Mini Jambox offers big sound in a small and stylish package. The pocket-sized Bluetooth-enabled speaker (measuring 6 inches by 2.28 inches by 1 inch) is available in a rainbow of colors and works with any device that has a headphone jack or audio line out; $179.99 through Jawbone.
Above: Consider a traditional Cornish Barefoot Belly Board for riding waves, wakes, and even snow. And it doesn’t hurt that it looks good hung on the wall; £40 at the Barefoot Kitchen.
Above: For the shutterbug with a nostalgia streak: the Polaroid Instant Print Digital Camera offers Instagram-worthy digital images and retro Polaroid instant prints. Available in white or black case for $179.99 at Amazon.
Above: If you’re contemplating jewelry, put cutesy aside. This soft Leather Wrap Bracelet is made in Portland, Oregon, for Alder & Co., and is available in black pebbled leather (shown), as well as gold- and platinum-finished leather; $50 each.
Above: Appeal to your teen’s inner mystic with a box of Wild Unknown Tarot Cards. Beautifully illustrated, the mysterious deck of 78 cards comes with a guidebook to start your soothsayer on a card-reading journey; $40 at Spartan.
Above: Looking for a stocking stuffer? Consider the glass BKR Water Bottle, dressed in a silicone sleeve in inspired colors. Based in San Francisco, BKR’s philosophy is “clean design, clean body, and clean world.” Leakproof and available in 21 colors, 16-ounce bottles are $28 each.