Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Jeep Gifts for Him

Valentine's day is around the corner and if you’re looking for the perfect gift for a Jeep guy, you’ve come to the right place. JustForJeeps.com carries a unique line of hard-to-find Jeep products that will clothe a guy from head to toe and will help him show his love for this uniquely American vehicle. We have Jeep products for him ranging from the practical to the fun, all available at low prices with fast shipping right to your door.

For authentic Men’s Jeep apparel, look no further than JustForJeep.com’s selection of quality shirts, sweatshirts and caps. We have a selection of Jeep hoodies, like our Jeep 1941 black hoodie, for instance, commemorating the introduction of the very first utility Jeep by the U.S. Army during World War II. This comfortable, attractive pullover, made of a 50/50 cotton/polyester blend, warms the upper body and includes kangaroo pockets to warm the hands. It makes a perfect, practical gift.

To decorate a guy’s Jeep, you can browse a selection of Jeep accessories at JustForJeeps.com, including our Jeep license plates and decals. Our Jeep camo license plate is perfect for the rugged four-wheeling outdoorsman, while our Jeep diamond-plated license plate is more appropriate for the urban Jeep driver driving in town. We’ve got a variety of decals to decorate a Jeep’s windows, and we even offer temporary Jeep tattoos for a guy to decorate himself as well, quickly and painlessly and for the moment.

JustForJeeps.com also carries numerous knives and gadgets that make perfect gifts for guys. Our knives range from handy pocket knives for dealing with everyday duties or roadside emergencies to fillet knives for fishermen who use their Jeeps to get them to remote fishing holes far from the madding crowd. For those who like to add a bit of two-wheeling to their normal four-wheeling adventures, we even sell Jeep-branded men’s mountain bikes for those who want to go off-roading on narrow trails where even Jeeps can’t go.


If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind gifts for Jeep guys, look no further than JustForJeeps.com. We have what you need at discount prices with easy online shopping and fast shipping direct to your door.

1 comment:

  1. Bot my first Jeep in 1972. Back then, it was Jeep is the tuffest 4 letter word on wheels. I still believe that. My first Jeep was a 1967 Kaiser Jeepster Convertable with the Continental Bumper, and deluxe trimmings. As a kid, I had no idea that it came with the worst possible tranny, clutch, and rear differential and steering system to ever be on a 4x4. So, as a young soldier at Fr. Carson Colorado, I'd load up with buddies and beer, and go off roading. We were too dumb to know it should not have been on the trails I took it on. I don't know how that death wobble ross steering, terrible console shift 3-speed, cable clutch, and tapered key-shafted axles took such a terrible beating. Plus Colorado trails with no winch, roll bar or seat belts. Played CW McCall on my 8-track player, while wheeling on trails, some of which no longer exist, or have been duded up with Ass Fault or Kon-kreet. Got caught by MP's on post, for running some of the track vehicle training roads. It was in this Jeep, where I learned how to pick good lines, and not hammer the clutch and throttle. That little Buick V-6 was the only good option. You yungins don't know the challenge of advancing the timing and setting the carb, before heading into high country, then returning it back, after coming down from up 14,000 feet. I still have that Jeepster, which is in boxes and bags, with many new parts. Hope I have enuff years to rebuild it. This time, with a Console shift, factory 400 turbo. Dana 44 Rear, and a Saginaw steering system up front. Plus it will be lifted for Aggressive tread 33 inch tires on 15x10 wheels. I named this Jeep (Eugene) Take a guess why. Does anyone know if I can use Go fund me for a project like this? I have had 7 other old Jeeps since then. My current 1985 CJ-7 has a 360 and it's name is ( The Prime Mover. Hope this didn't boar ya to teers.

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