Need something for the construction worker in your life but not sure where to start? We've got you covered!
We scoured the internet, asked our clients, and worked with construction workers around the US to come up with this list of amazing gifts for construction workers.
Better yet? All are available on Amazon.
Know someone who works in a cold climate? Try this out. The jacket heats itself and can be turned off easily so you don't work up a sweat. The battery also connects to the same charger as your Milwaukee brand tools. How's that for convenience?
Many of the people we talked to use this jacket for cold mornings out fishing as well.
It also comes in a women's version that you can find here.
This is an incredibly useful gift. Not only does it charge the batteries for tools, but it also has a powerful stereo system that can be hooked up to Bluetooth or AM/FM radio.
This is something we could all use in our lives. A high-quality, hard-sided lunch box that will insulate for hours and a large thermos that snaps together easily. It's convenience and quality rolled into one and is sure to last years.
Keurig just met its hard-working match. This coffee maker uses the same single-serve cups, making sure you never have clean stale coffee out of an old percolator. It's also designed to survive being moved from site to site for years to come.
Long days, heavy lifting and pulled muscles eventually will need some TLC. This neck and back massager is simple to use and effective on even the most stubborn knots.
One of the worst feelings is putting your feet into wet shoes before heading out on a cold morning. This boot dryer will work from the time you get home to make sure your boots are comfortable and dry when you need them.
The YETI Rambler has earned its reputation as one of the best travel mugs on the market. This will keep your morning coffee warm for hours on long drives to the job site and between breaks. This was one of our group's favorite choices overall.
If working on their feet all day has your construction worker tired and achy, give these insoles a try. With 1,500 ratings at over 4-stars, they definitely deserve a place on this list for anyone who could use a little support. Slip a set of insoles into their Christmas stocking. They'll thank you for it.
This food warmer looks and packs like a lunchbox but it can be plugged into the outlet on any vehicle and warm your lunch while you work. The food will be hot and ready when you are.
Rite in the Rain Weatherproof Kit
Keeping notes on the job site has always been a challenge. With water, grease, and the weather to contend with, most notebooks and paper just don't cut it. Pens dry out in the cold, paper dampens, and it all gets exposed to the elements. This kit takes care of all of that in one. Rite in the Rain products are designed to be used anywhere and survive the elements. This set is perfect for anyone who needs their notes to be as weatherproof as their tools.
A great pair of gloves will protect your hands will allowing you to feel your work. These gloves are a favorite on many sites because they guard your hands from cuts, cushion from tool vibrations, and still allow you to grip and feel.
This is a classic for any construction worker. Leatherman is a gold standard for multi-tools and will be found on any job site. We like this model because it is very versatile and has all the basics you need, no matter the trade.
When you need something durable enough to withstand a construction site and professional enough to take to the office, look no further. This Carhartt backpackcovers all the bases.
Save your hearing and enjoy Bluetooth connection or AM/FM radio at the same time. These worksite favorites are popular for a reason. They make the day go faster and provide quality sound while protecting your ears.
Get them something they will wear all winter long. This Caterpillar hoodie is harp and comfortable.
When the truck is loaded up and the job site is crowded, it can be pretty tough to back up safely. This camerahelps you to back right up to the unload point accurately which means less carrying and less craning your neck.
Is the work truck a mess? This organizer hangs on the backseat and can be used to keep everything you need. No more tools rolling around on the floor and no more spending 10 minutes digging under the seat to find the measuring tape.
Carrying everything with you keeps your hands free to work. This belt is ideal since it takes the pressure off your hips and distributes it around the shoulders, back, and hips for more comfortable wear.
The ideal stocking stuffer or gift from the kids. This one clips on the visor to make the work truck feel a bit more like home.
This portable mini fridge plugs right into the truck to keep lunches cool all day long. It can also be used in the office and on the job.
Put down the tape measure and pick up a tool that only requires one hand, calculates area and volume, and is accurate to 3/32 of an inch. The DeWalt Laser Measure is the measuring tape x 100.