Big-Ticket Gifts Under $100

Find an impressive present without going overboard.

By Zoe Sayler

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Outdoor Research makes fleece look good.

The $50–$100 range is where gifting really starts to get fun—you can easily nab a high-quality Filson flannel, a beautiful piece of jewelry, or even a whole home bar set. 

You can also accidentally wind up spending way more than that. Make that budget feel limitless with these local picks.

Looking for something a little less expensive? Check out our lists of gifts under $25 and gifts under $50.

Aero Ear Cuff, Faris Local



If earrings are the star of the show, ear cuffs are the Oscar-winning supporting actors—and local jewelry star Faris du Graf designs one hell of a cast, including this instant outfit-maker (which works whether your giftee has their ears pierced or not).

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Bandito Bicycle Bag, Swift Industries Local


This little number from local bike bag specialist Swift Industries holds all the essentials, can be attached to either the saddle or the handlebars, and looks damn good. (Make your life easy and plan to get them a matching caddy or pannier for another upcoming holiday or birthday.)

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Seattle Rainiers 1955 Vintage Ballcap, Ebbets Field Flannels Local


The Sonics situation proves Seattle's allegiance to long-gone teams—so why not rep the Seattle Rainiers, who preceded the M’s between the 1930s and the 1970s? (Yes, Tacoma, we had them first.) Head to local brand Ebbets Field Flannels for authentic reproductions of old-school threads and some serious athletic nostalgia.

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Compressive Pocket Legging, Girlfriend Collective Local


This size-inclusive, sustainable, Seattle-based athleisure legging moves as effortlessly from public to home life as we’ve all had to over the past two years. And it has pockets! Sign up for email alerts if you want to snag a limited edition colorway, or pick classic black for a universally coveted gift. Maternity leggings (sorry, no pockets) make a great gift for moms-to-be.

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Men's Trail Mix Hoodie, Outdoor Research Local


SoDo-based Outdoor Research pulls more than its weight when it comes to keeping Pacific Northwesterners adventure-ready and fashionable. Waffle-weave fleece adds some visual interest to an already A+ coat.

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Seattle Supersonics Historic Gray Hoodie, Simply Seattle


Name an article of clothing more universally satisfying than a heather gray sweatshirt. Heavyweight cotton, classic lettering, and Western Conference arm detailing make this one favorite-hoodie special.

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The Litterless Lunch Gift Set, Knack Local



Nothing stifles groans about returning to the office quite like a carefully assembled grain bowl or leftovers from a delicious home-cooked meal. The local gifting experts at Knack paired a tumbler from Wallingford-based Miir with Porter's beloved plastic bowl and a packable silverware set for a lunch that actually feels like a break.

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KAVU Rope Sling, Free People Local


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KAVU's rope sling bag packs both fashionable appeal and adventure-friendly practicality, like a water-resistant polyester exterior, a padded back, and tons of compartments. We're pretty proud to say it's local.

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Signal 3 Men's Road Running Shoes, Brooks Running Local


Fitness aspirations are a fickle mistress, but they're more liable to stick around if there's a new pair of shoes involved. This pair from Wallingford running brand Brooks is geared toward runners who are just starting their journey.

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7-Piece Bar Essentials Set, Viski Local


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For the cocktail connoisseur (who's a bit of a noob in their own kitchen), Fremont-based Viski provides all the necessities in a pretty stainless steel.

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Laundry Day Milky Pink Hudson, Prism Local



Laundry Day's discrete glass pipes double as objets d'art when not in use. Grab a pack of mesh screens to keep the piece as pretty as the day you met it. 

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Black and White Wine Bundle, Miir Local



Wallingford-based stainless steel drinkware company Miir is our local gifting MVP, with sleek, fool-proof options for coffee loversdesign-obsessed canines, and winos alike. Yep, that bottle holds a full 750 milliliters (may as well gift that, too, since Miir's clever bundling saves you about $16).

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Field Flannel Shirt, Filson Local


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Every Seattleite seems born with an inherent knowledge of flannel's ability to keep us cozy even on the blusteriest Northwest day—and an undying love for Filson's high-quality, eminently gift-worthy gear.

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