Chances are, this festive season you'll be buying presents for at least one chap with an intimidatingly large beard, and a penchant for check shirts (or plaid shirts, if you really insist).
Yes they're rugged, yes they're outdoorsey, but deep down these men are hipsters and, as such, they'll reject the notion of being a Lumbersexual. Why wouldn't they? It's a really, really stupid word, after all.
But we're not here to debate the merits of a catch-all term for these musky, bearded giants-among-men. Oh no. We're here to inspire you to buy them the right thing for Christmas.
Here's the ultimate Lumbersexual Christmas gift guide. And yes, there will be check shirts. Lots of them:
1) Finisterre Kepler Shirt
This classic looking check number from British company Finisterre should be a staple of any lumbersexuals wardrobe.
The combination of 80% cotton and 20% Merino wool, the Kepler is both comfortable and hard wearing, so whether you're out chopping wood, or enjoying an open fire in a hip pub, you'll be equally at home in this shirt.
£ 95 from Finisterre
2) Levi 501
Is there a more iconic pair of trousers anywhere in the world? Even Martians would recognise a paid of Levi 501's.
There's a reason why these jeans have never gone out of fashion, and that's because they're absolutely timeless. You can dress them up or down with ease, and be rest assured that they go just perfectly with a check shirt. Available in a while reange of colours, but we love the blue and black ones.
£75 from Levi
3) McNair Shirt
When's a shirt not a shirt? When it's one of this absolute belters from McNair. Designed, sourced, and made all within their home of Yorkshire, McNair shirts are made from Merino wool, including a Merino base-layer.
They look good, keep you warm whatever the weather, and will be just as tidy in ten years time as they day you take it out of the box. More and pore people are wearing these on the snow covered slopes these days, so they can take anything the UK can throw at you.
£335 from McNair
4) Passenger Axeman Jumper
Every wanna be lumberjack needs an Axeman in their locker. Or, in lieu of a locker, their wardrobe. Designed for both function and style, this bergundy waffle-knit jumper will keep you comfortable and ensure heard keep turning your way.
It's weighted perfectly, being thick enough to keep you warm on those cold, winter nights, but its slim enough to let you layer up, if you want to stick a coat on over the top. And, by George, it looks good, doesn't it.
£59.99 from Passenger
5) Finisterre Domus Shirt
This is a heavy hitter of a shirt from Finisterre. It's inspired my military peacotes, and has a sleek, modern look.
It's made from fine, Japanese Merino wool on the outside, and cosy brushed polyester fleece on the inside, which will keep you warm whether you're wearing it as a regular shirt, or your outer layer.
£ 195 from Finisterre
6) Poler Field Stuff Backpack
Designed to be simple and elegant, this backpack by Poler is dripping with cool.
Don't let it's small size put you off. This little trooper is more than ready for any last minute adventures, with a generous storage are, and an additional front pouch in which to put yet another check shirt and beard care kit, so you're always prepared for the world.
£45.49 from Blue White and Grey
7) Levi Trucker Jacket
An absolute classic from Levi. This is the most recognisable and universal acclaimed denim jacket the company make.
The design of the jacket hasn't really changed since it was first made way back in 1962 and that's because it worked perfectly then, just as it does now. It looks great, wears comfortably, and goes with just about anything else in your wardrobe.
£90 from Levi
8) Passenger Chopper Shirt
This flannel shirt by Passenger is the beefiest in their range. It harks back to those ex-lumberjack styles from the early 90's that are leading the way in the looks department right now.
Whether you want it to ward off the winter months, or to keep out that late night chill of the summer, the Chopper really is a shirt for all seasons.
£ 54.99 from Passenger
9) Finisterre Aestus Pile jacket
The Aestus is a modern twist on a bonafide style Icon, as it's design is based on vintage flying jackets.
But while the looks hark back to a time gone by, the tech involved is bang up to date. The outer is waterproof and the inside features sealed and fully taped seams, to keep you toasty. If looking good and staying warm is your goal, then this is a must have.
£295 from Finisterre
10) Krew Beanie
You may well spend a hour every morning making it look like you've spent no time on your hair at all, but mother nature can get the better of the very best of us.
Whether you're the victim of strong winds, helmet hair, or an unexpected downpour, these stylish Kr3w beanies will keep that mop hidden. They also carry all the style of the Kr3w brand, meaning you wont lose any cool points by donning one.
£21.57 from Blue Tomato
11) Finisterre Camber Jeans
Designed to keep surfers warm when they've been for a dip in some icy waves, you can be sure these hard-wearing jeans will look after your legs even in the most treacherous of nights in Shoreditch, Digbeth, or Didsbury.
The blend of Japanese denim and Merino wool will keep your pins comfy and warm, and these strides will look solid whatever you team them up with, from flip flops to Dr Martens boots.
£150 from Finisterre
12) Dr Martens 1460 For Life Boots
No self respecting wannabe lumberjack can do without a solid pair of boots on his feet, and there DM's are perfect. In the looks department they smash it out the park, but there's a hard working pair of boots to go with that outdoorsy look.
They're made from leather that's resistant to oils, water and waxes, and have a extra this air-sole. As if this isn't enough, the boots come with a Lifetime guarantee, meaning that the good folk at Dr Marten will repair or replace the boots for life. These really are the gift that keeps on giving.
£ 165 from Dr Martens
13) Kr3w Ambush Shirt
Available in a range of colours, these flannel shirts from Kr3w are just dripping with cool.
Their classic cut means that you can dress them up when you're supposed to look smart, and their skate heritage means you can dress them down when you're pretending that you've spent the morning making big logs into firewood.
£ 45 from Skatehut
14) Levi Check Shirt
Levis prove that it's not just denim that they do well. This range of worker shirts are the perfect accompaniment to any pair of jeans.
Available in a range of designs and colours - should you want to try stripes instead of checks when you're feeling daring - it's impossibly not to look good in one of these button-up beauties.
£65 from Levi
15) Murdock Beard Kit
Any self-respecting lumbersexual will know that the secret to a good, ungroomed, wild-man look is regular grooming. Keeping that facial hair in check is an absolute must if you want to stay on the right side of the fine line that separates handsome hunk and dirty monk.
This beard and moustache care kit from grooming specialists Murdock contains all you need for keeping that magnificent facial furniture looking good. The package contains beard moisturiser, marvellous moustache wax, a beard brush, moustache comb, a flannel, scissors, expert guides, and a handy box in which to keep it all neatly tucked away.
£80 from Murdock