We’d rather spend our time at a concert or sipping barrel-aged coffee than battling the December shopping crowds. Yet the slog is worth it when the thoughtful, locally produced gift you find puts a holiday-card-worthy grin on your best friend’s face. And fortunately, you have us to speed you through the present-finding labyrinth.

1) For Those Who Go Against The Grain

Grainstack wallet handcrafted from bloodwood, $30

2) For Timely Gentlemen

John Atencio’s Pantheon watch collection celebrating the 40th anniversary of the store, starting at $1,195

3) For Savvy Sippers

Corvus Coffee’s cold-brewed concentrate aged in Laws Whiskey House barrels, $15

4) For Rock ’N’ Rollers

Coffee-table book Red Rocks: The Concert Years by Colorado Music Hall of Fame director G. Brown, $30

—Courtesy of Zac Albrecht Heiks

5) For The Artsy Outdoorsman

Prints of Britta Albrecht’s Colorado landscapes, such as her watercolor-and-ink “Siyahumba,” $50

—Courtesy of Recoup Fitness

6) For The CrossFit Crowd

Recoup Fitness Stingr Cold Massage Roller Ball, $40

—Courtesy of Meier Skis

7) For Tuned-in Skiers

Big Head Todd and the Monsters special-edition Meier Skis, $795

—Courtesy of Kero

8) For Sophisticated Dears

Anita Gronstedt’s Slängväskan evening bag made of naturally tanned reindeer leather, $300

—Courtesy of Crayola

9) For Budding Clyfford Stills

Kid Robot’s seven-inch-tall Munny figure, complete with Crayola markers, $20

—Courtesy of Alpine Modern

10) For The Daydreamer

Alpine Modern’s adventure-themed sticker pack, $10

—Courtesy of Liberti

11) For The Stylish Advocate

Liberti’s Coordinates Cuff inscribed with the coordinates of a refugee camp, $95

—Courtesy of Alpine Labs

12) For High-tech Shutterbugs

Alpine Labs Pulse wireless remote, which allows you to control your camera from your smartphone, $99