Top 10 Walking Gifts for Under 25 Dollars

Inexpensive Delights Walkers Will Love

Do you want to give a small gift to a walking friend or a stocking stuffer for the walker in your life? Enjoy these inexpensive walking gift ideas.


Thee handy RooSport magnetic pocket is not only for fitness walking workouts, but also for travel and touring. You can keep your money and ID secure, and it works great for carrying your mobile phone or camera, too. For travel, it's discreet and perfect in place of a moneybelt. It's a great gift for both men and women.


The FlipBelt is perfect for carrying your stuff for your walking workout. It is a continuous tube of soft fabric with slits for slipping in your essentials. It carries your mobile phone, snacks, and tissues for quick access. It has a clip for your key ring. It even expands enough to carry a water bottle. The FlipBelt comes in a variety of colors and sizes.


It's dark in the winter and you need to be seen when you're out walking. Whether you're doing a winter walking workout, walking the dog, or just strolling down the sidewalk, this scarf will improve your safety. Not only is it made of cozy polar fleece, it has two full-length highly reflective stripes. This makes a great gift to keep your walker safe and warm.


What do you get for someone who is already wearing a Fitbit or other fitness tracker? These fun covers and band attachments will let them change up their look. They are available to fit a wide variety of fitness trackers.


If you don't need a fitness tracker that connects to an app and you don't want to wear something on your wrist, this pedometer will do the job. The Omron HJ-321 is silent, accurate, and you can wear it in your pocket or on your waistband. In addition to counting all-day steps, it also tracks aerobic steps separately when you walk or job more than 60 steps per minute for 10 minutes or more. It estimates distance and calories and has a 7-day memory.


This Camelbak water bottle is great because you don't have to tilt it up and obstruct your view to drink out of it. It saves money that would be spent on bottled water while being eco-friendly in keeping all those disposable bottles out of the landfill. It has a wide mouth for filling with ice and water, and you can wash it in the dishwasher. You just suck on the bite valve and the interior straw draws up your water. Lock it off with a valve for extra leakage protection. It has graduations on the side so you can judge how much you are drinking. As a plus, it is BPA-free.


Socks are the best stocking stuffers. Sockguy socks are fun socks in colorful designs. But they are also serious walking socks. They are made of core-spun CoolMax to wick sweat away from your foot to keep it dry and prevent blisters.


This kit for soothing and repairing your fingers and toes is a great gift. It has travel-sized tubes of soothing moisturizers for hands, feet and lips, all made from natural ingredients. It includes hand salve, almond milk hand cream, lemon butter cuticle cream, coconut foot cream, honey and grapeseed oil hand creme and replenishing lip balm.


A Buff is a seamless tube of fabric that can be worn as a hat, a neck gaiter, a ski mask, or balaclava. You may have seen contestants on Survivor using their Buffs in many different ways. You can layer it under another hat. The Buff packs up very small. It is easy to carry one in your pocket, purse or pack to use when you really need it, and stow it once you have warmed up. It's also a great way to keep your ears warm when you walk. You can find Buffs that have a reflective stripe, microfleece for winter, and even visor Buffs.


SmartWool makes machine-washable, non-itchy wool socks that provide natural moisture management. These walking designs are woven for comfort where walkers need it most. You don't need a liner sock with SmartWool socks, just wear them like any other sock and feel the natural comfort of itchless wool.


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