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    44 Gifts The Introvert In Your Life Is Sure To Love

    Introverts unite (separately and of your own accord with no pressure whatsoever).

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    1. A five-year diary that'll give you a good reason to carve out some daily me-time.


    Journaling can be very soothing and therapeutic — I swear by it. If you're looking for a way to unwind from a busy week full of socializing, this is a great place to start. I've been personally using this one for about a year and it's been great!

    Promising review: "This is a FANTASTIC journal centered on a FANTASTIC concept! I'm a hardcore journaler, keeping a detailed daily diary for many years now. And this journal fits right in. If I don't get to my primary journal for a day or two, this book reminds me of what I did on what day, etc. It's just a great little log. It's also great fun! I just finished my first volume of this book, and it was SO FUN to see what happened on each day from the previous years. Of course, it takes a few years for that aspect of fun to come into play, but if you're diligent and thorough, that payoff will eventually come to fruition." —Sarah L. Carnes

    Get it from Amazon for $10.17.

    2. A pair of fleece pajamas, so you can experience the utmost comfort while binge-watching The Great British Baking Show., Amazon

    ...or whatever you've decided to watch to celebrate your friends rescheduling brunch to next weekend. This set comes in so many fun prints! Whether you go for the taco pattern or the mermaids, you'll love lounging around in these bad boys.

    Promising review: "I got the Night Owl pair of these for Christmas, promptly put them on, and didn't take them off for the next two days. These are quite probably the softest, most cuddly thing I have ever worn in my entire life. They are so unbelievably warm and soft, and have just enough stretch to follow your movements without being restricting. I loved them so much that I bought another pair on my own, the Sweet Heart. They, too, are so very comfortable that I may never leave the house again." —jayamama

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99+ (available in sizes S–4XL and 32 styles).

    3. A relatable sign that reads "Let's stay home" and'll let any visitors know exactly what your ideal plans are the moment they set foot in your home.


    The next time someone asks, "What do you want to do tonight?" just direct them to this sign hanging up in your bedroom. This sign is simple, but will quickly become a favorite piece of any introvert's home decor.

    Get it from rootedngroundedhome on Etsy for $60+ (available in five sizes and four colors).

    4. A waterproof Kindle Paperwhite so even if you're out in public, you can take a break and escape into another world.

    Abby Kass / BuzzFeed, Amazon

    It's the thinnest and lightest Kindle Amazon has released to date! And — as is made abundantly clear by the photo above — it's 100% waterproof.

    Promising review: "I love the fact that I can read on this Kindle in both daylight and dim light conditions. It is so light and compact, which makes it easy to hold, easy to travel with, and the battery lasts forever. I love it." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $129.99 (available in black and blue).

    And check out our full breakdown of the Kindle Paperwhite here.

    5. Or a subscription to Book of the Month for any bookworm who hates having to actually speak to someone in a store about what they should read next and would much rather have their next fave novel delivered to their door.

    bookofthemonth / Via

    I was gifted a year of Book of the Month for my birthday one year and to date it is one of the best things I've received. There are few things as satisfying as getting truly lost in the pages of a good book — and it'll provide for a great distraction for your mind if you've recently been watching something super scary. Each month you'll be permitted to choose one of four books, all of which are different genres. Then the book you selected will be delivered to your door. Magic! Excuse me, I need to re-up my subscription.

    Get three months from Book of the Month for $49.99.

    6. A pair of over-ear headphones that'll easily let you tune out the rest of the world. See ya, unwanted convos.


    Getting some alone time is as easy as throwing these headphones on. With 17,844 five-star reviews on Amazon, you know they're the real deal!

    Promising review: "I waited over a month to write this review because I thought no way could these headphones actually be this good for the price. But I use them all day, every day, and I have never been more impressed with headphones under $50. I have sensitive ears with headphones and am super picky, but these are so comfortable I can sleep in them. They charge fast, are easy to pair Bluetooth or wire jack, and have handy play/pause and fwd/rwd buttons. Overall definitely worth the buy, highly recommend." —Whitney O'Neil

    Check out more great over-ear bluetooth headphones on BuzzFeed Reviews!

    Get them from Amazon for $39.99 (available in eight colors).

    7. A Beauty of Horror coloring book anyone would find to be simply goregeous and a great way to burn off some stress.


    Who wouldn't want to stay home and sit down with this coloring book? The act of coloring is soothing, but this book will also have you laughing as you flip through each page.

    Promising review: "Love this coloring book! It combines the haunted fun of Halloween with a creepy twist. Perfect for relaxing and escaping from anxiety!! The pages are nice and thick. No issues coloring with markers. Definitely recommend!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $10.79.

    8. A soft, basic homebody sweatshirt that'll make them say, "It me!"

    ninety5prints / Etsy

    This sweatshirt is pretty self-explanatory. It looks super cozy and features a great design for anyone who would rather be home on their couch instead of, well, anywhere else. Aaaaand I'll be adding one of these to my shopping cart ASAP.

    Get it from ninety5prints on Etsy for $26.99+ (available in unisex sizes S–3XL and six colors).

    9. An 1,000-piece puzzle they can devote their entire weekend to instead of making awkward conversation at a bar.


    One of my favorite things to do during the cold winter months is stay home, put on my comfiest sweatpants, and spend HOURS working on an intricate puzzle. Fellow introverts — you're gonna love this.

    Promising review: "This is a real review! I believe I've spotted some one star duplicates on other buffalo products and wanted to let everyone know that not true in my case. No missing pieces, no bent or damaged pieces. This was my first undertaking of any puzzle and although 1000 pieces seemed like a lot at first it was a fun and challenging puzzle. There were a few pieces that fit together too easy in places they didn't belong but that was part of the challenge. I'm ordering another from them for sure." —Mike

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95.

    10. A 20-piece kitchen utensil set so they can whip up their own fantastic meals instead of waiting in long lines to eat at a crowded, noisy restaurant.


    I'm sure that overpriced ramen place is fabulous, but have you ever made your own dinner and then proceeded to eat it in bed in your pajamas while watching Friends? Now that's what I call bliss. Thanks to this kit of kitchen utensils, you can live out your foodie dreams in the comfort of your own home.

    Get it from Amazon for $28.45.

    11. A keychain any introvert will look at and say "wow, that's my motto!"


    Get it from WrinkleFinkle on Etsy for $7.95.

    12. A set of cute cat socks that'll make self-proclaimed introverted cat ladies cheer., Amazon

    Cats and introverts go together like peanut butter and jelly, which is why these soft socks should be at the top of your wish list. They're whimsical and perfect for wearing around the house.

    Promising review: "What a pleasant surprise when I received the socks. They are even cuter in person than in the picture. I can't talk enough about the quality. Unexpected at this price. They are so soft and comfortable. If you know a cat lover, this is the perfect gift. And if you are looking for a fantastic set of socks, you just found it !" —Chippy

    Get a set of five from Amazon for $11.59 (available in three styles).

    13. A yoga mat so they can work on their downward dog pose at home without the judging eyes of other people., Amazon

    When I first started attending yoga I was SUPER self-conscious. I hated comparing myself to more advanced yogis or being under the watchful eye of the instructor. To practice my ~moves~ (or get a workout in without having to leave the house) I bought a yoga mat to use in the comfort of my own home. This one comes in a bunch of dazzling designs, so you can choose the one that makes you feel most *zen*.

    Promising review: "This is a great yoga mat. I'll admit I don't know what makes a great yoga mat or an adequate one or even a terrible one. Maybe the terrible ones smell bad and are slippy? Anyhow, I'm trying to find more *chill* in my life and I'm starting with some home-yoga (so only my cats can mock me). This does a good job of providing grip and keeping me 1cm off my floor and the cat hair that's on my floor. (I swear I vacuum, but you get in downward dog for more than 10 seconds and you can see lots of tiny tuftlets-of-love from my feline companions. Suggestions for the best de-pet-hairing-vacuum cleaner appreciated!). Anyway — it's a good mat and pretty. Namaste, y'all!" —AmandaHuggenkiss

    Get it from Amazon for $29.98+ (available in 34 styles).

    14. A relatable T-shirt that is so spot-on they'll want to wear it every day as a reminder to society to LEAVE US ALONE.

    MoodCatz / Etsy

    This shirt is simply magnificent. It has a touch of Disney flair (I see you, Ariel) and a message any introvert will relate to. It's perfect for any dinglehopper-loving, antisocial butterfly in your life.

    Get it from MoodCatz on Etsy for $21.90+ (available in women's sizes S–2XL, in six styles, and six colors).

    15. A set of heavy flannel sheets that might make them late every morning because they simply won't want to leave their bed. It's too people-y out there anyways.


    I would argue that there are few things as satisfying as climbing under the covers to lay on top of fresh sheets. These flannel sheets take that experience and make it 10x better. The velvet flannel provides a luxurious feel you'll never want to leave. Sorry to your friend you were supposed to meet for brunch.

    Promising review: "Oh. My. Heavens. We had considered flannel sheets for years, and we even bought a set once, but had to return them because they didn't fit our deep-pocketed mattress and just gave up. We only want them when it's cold out, not all year long. So, the years passed and we had COLD sheets. This set was a game-changer!! They truly do have deep pockets and fit our queen bed very well. They washed nicely and are thicker than expected. Getting into bed at night with these sheets feels SOOOOOO warm compared to our other sheets!! Love these." —recycle-it

    Get it from Amazon for $70.99+ (available in queen, king, and California king).

    16. Joanna Gaines' book Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave, to give them inspiration for staying home but making it ~stylish~.


    If Joanna Gaines says I can stay home you better believe that's what I'm doing! In her latest book, the DIY diva explains how to create a home that reflects the personality of those living there. Use it as a guide to make your favorite place (home) more inviting than ever.

    Promising review: "I couldn't wait to get this book yesterday, and I love it already. It is another top-quality book with thick pages and binding and will last a lifetime. The images in this book are beautiful — exactly how I like to decorate. She didn't release this book with pictures to make you envious like the ones on Pinterest, she released this book to show how even *you* can design simple yet elegant spaces. I love the concept." —Noelanii

    Get it from Amazon for $22.47.

    17. An award ribbon you can bestow on your introverted bestie \ for actually showing up relatively on time (and, TBH, at all).

    Adulting FTW

    Get it from Adulting FTW for $5.

    18. A subscription to Bloomingdale's MyList service so they can pick out fabulous outfits without having to interact with a single sales clerk.

    bloomingdales / Via

    I've been using this service for a few months now and it has been fantastic. With the subscription you build a "closet" and highlight four "priority" pieces. Then Bloomingdales will send you four items from the "closet" to keep for as short or long as you need. Once you send 'em back in a pre-paid envelope, you'll be sent four more! No need to talk to a single pushy store clerk. If you find something you love, you can even buy it at a members-only price. Not a bad deal — definitely a great, splurge-worthy gift!

    Get a one month subscription from MyList at Bloomingdales for $99 (also available in two or three month subscriptions).

    19. An anti-people-person enamel pin that'll act as an extra layer of defense from that relative who's always asking, "When are you going to get married?" during the holidays.

    rhubarbpaperco / Etsy

    Whether it's your grandma or your cousin twice-removed, there's always someone looking to pester you about your personal life at family gatherings. Simply add this pin to your look to send a message before they get too close. Fingers crossed they can take a hint!

    Get it from rhubarbpaperco on Etsy for $10.

    20. An Oculus Quest VR gaming system so they can feel like they're venturing outside of the house without actually leaving their living room.

    Amazon, Heather Braga / BuzzFeed

    From the moment I put the headset over my eyes I thought "Wow, I never have to leave the house again!!!" From finally getting a chance to handle a lightsaber while battling it out in the Star Wars universe (which comes with the current Oculus Quest bundle!), adventuring in nature via National Geographic, and battling Angry Birds in a whole new way there is so much at-home fun to be had thanks to this system. I'm personally more introverted, but I still enjoy spending time with family and friends. The Quest has been a great way for me to have a good time interacting with my loved ones without feeling overwhelmed by TOO much chatter. I brought it to Thanksgiving and we had a blast taking turns playing with it. More recently my sister and her boyfriend came over and we spent hours giggling watching one another play. Super fun!

    Get it from Oculus for $399.99.

    21. A cozy blanket over 2.7K Amazon reviewers are obsessed with — so it clearly needs to be welcomed into any introvert's life., Amazon

    Promising review: "I have a $120 faux fur throw and this one is so much better! I was concerned the lining would be rough but it is super soft. It is luxurious (better than the picture) and so soft and cuddly. It is super thick but not heavy. I accidentally ordered two and am keeping both. Love this product." —K Shopper

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99+ (available in five sizes and 20 colors).

    22. A countertop garden that is a great at-home activity and will lend some fresh veggies and herbs (and extra oxygen) to any kitchen.


    When your friends ask why you can't come out tonight, just say, "Sorry, I have to take care of my plants." Thanks to this mini greenhouse, you can grow produce for things like a Caprese salad easily in your in own kitchen. The AeroGarden even features a system to remind you when it's time to feed and water the plants!

    Get it from BuzzFeed's Tasty for $49.95 (available in four varieties).

    Read our full review of the AeroGarden.

    23. An Anti-Social Social Club sticker for their laptop or water bottle to let everyone know they're not the ONLY one who doesn't love chit-chat.

    DonutVinylStickers / Etsy

    Get it from DonutVinylStickers on Etsy for $4+ (available in 2–35 inches and 16 colors).

    24. An Amazon Fire TV Stick, so they can convince their friends to come over to binge the new season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel instead of leaving their precious couch.


    I think nearly every member of my family now has an Amazon Fire TV Stick. My sisters were fighting over one for a while until one caved and finally bought her own — that's how much we love this product. Movie marathons will never be the same after buying this little gadget! You can truly watch anything your heart desires without leaving your bedroom.

    Promising review: "We have been getting steady increases in our cable TV bill with no increases in services. So we thought we would cut the cord and this device became the focal point for making that transition. We are very pleased with the performance of this device. It is easy to setup with prompts provided as you power it up. We then added our favorite apps, (also very easy), and have never looked back at the cable TV being gone. We now save over $100 a month without those charges for cable TV. If you are thinking of making the leap into cord cutting, this is the way to go." —Stephen H. Jenkins

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    25. A clever necklace to show the world how they feel about being forced to interact with others all the damn time.

    peachtreelane / Etsy

    Ugh, can't we just be left in our solitude?

    Get it from peachtreelane on Etsy for $25.30.

    26. A paperback of Sorry I'm Late, I Didn't Want to Come: One Introvert's Year of Saying Yes by Jessica Pan that might inspire them to step slightly outside their comfort zone.

    andrewsmcmeel / Via

    Promising review: "I absolutely love this book and was enjoying it so much on my commute home from work I missed TWO TRAIN STATIONS. I think even someone who has not struggled with being an introvert would enjoy this book." —Mary R.

    Get it from Amazon for $11.54.

    27. A clever shirt that'll somewhat discreetly let the world know they'd rather be alone.


    Hey, just because we're introverts doesn't necessarily mean we always want to sit in our house. It just means that when we do go out, we'd rather be by ourselves — as is depicted in this witty tee. Just think how relaxing it would be to go for a hike in mountains like these without trying to keep up with anyone else. Blissful.

    Get it from Noirepulse on Etsy for $23.99+ (available in unisex sizes XS–3XL, five styles, and four colors).

    28. A floral candle they can light in celebration when the plans they were dreading get cancelled last minute. Smells like sweet, sweet victory.


    This lovely candle features a natural blend of coconut and apricot wax and has notes of aloe agave, chrysanthemum, green floral, and patchouli.

    Get it from Nordstrom for $32.

    29. A 42-pack of tea to keep them warm, snuggly, and caffeinated while they text all their friends instead of having to chat face-to-face.


    I drink so much tea you'd think I was of British descent, so I can tell you after trying many brands that Harney & Sons makes a quality cup. This set comes with 14 different flavors in addition to honey crystal packs, so you'll definitely be able to find something that appeals to your tastebuds. Try the organic peppermint before bed!

    Get a pack of 42 from Amazon for $14.99.

    30. And a mug that is perfectly suited for sipping tea out of while binge-watching The Crown in introverted bliss.

    CuteButRude / Etsy

    Who doesn't enjoy a quirky mug? Especially one like this that is basically the introvert motto. Add this one to your collection ASAP!

    Get it from CuteButRude on Etsy for $13.90+ (available in two sizes).

    31. A bar of soap infused with a crystal they'll find enchanting whether they use it zen out in the shower or keep around as decor.

    Heather Braga / BuzzFeed, Crystal Bar Soap

    I have a few of these beauties and cannot say enough good things about them. As someone who loves crystals and meditation, these soaps are simply breathtaking. I keep the Spirit of Eternity soap (complete with an opalite crystal) at my desk because it's so gorgeous and have California Christmas Tree at home (100% of the proceeds go to One Tree Planted!). Why NOT bring all the good vibes into your life, right?

    Get them from Crystal Bar Soap; both Spirit of Eternity (left) and California Christmas Tree for $15 (right).

    Check out the wide variety of crystal-infused soaps here!

    32. A U-shaped pillow, because you can totally want to cuddle and be left alone at the same time.


    This U-shaped pillow is here to keep you company this winter! It won't even mind if you want to watch every single season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey on an endless loop and it definitely won't mind when you want to order in instead of going out to a restaurant.

    Promising review: "I am obsessed! Soon as it came out of the package that kept it flat, it poofed right up. And the grey cover is so soft. You can fluff it up for more support and it’s very versatile. Takes up half the bed so hubby is still fine, maybe just a little jealous lol. He just ends up cuddling the side I’m not using! Recommend this to anyone!" —Sarah Long

    Get it from Amazon for $41.99+ (available in three colors).

    33. A pair of memory foam slippers, so they can pad around the house like anti-social royalty.,

    Promising review: "I really love these cozy, cute slippers! I read lots of slipper reviews before choosing these, and I'm glad I picked them. They feel really soft and warm on my feet, they stay on well, and they look nice. You might want to order the next size up if you're between sizes. The customer service for this was also excellent — super helpful and quick. If you need slippers, I highly recommend these!" —Elizabeth O'Brien

    Get them from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in sizes 5—12 and five colors).

    34. Or plush slides to make them feel like all comfy cozy while looking like an absolute fashionista.


    I have these fabulous slippers and my sister has been trying to steal them from me from the moment they arrived. They're SO warm, snuggly, and surprisingly supportive! They fit true to size and will add an extra element of glam to your favorite lazy day.

    Get them from Zappos for $59.95 (available in sizes 5–12 and in black or tan).

    35. A set of stunning marbled bookends that'll make both the introvert and the bookworm in your life giddy.


    These chic bookends will help you keep your favorite reads organized from A to Z. If you're anything like me, having a well-decorated home makes it feel even more inviting. I treasure my bookcase, and thanks to these accessories you will soon enjoy yours even more, too.

    Promising review: "Such good value for these! Heavy weight and feel/look very expensive." —Mary Beth Taylor

    Get them from Amazon for $45.26 (available in black or white).

    36. A silk sleep mask, so if they're on a plane they can avoid an endless conversation with the person seated next to them.


    Whether it's the sweet elderly gentleman who would love nothing more than to tell you about his three precious grandchildren and their entire vacation plans or the anxious flyer who is looking to unload her fears on you, you know exactly what I'm referring to. Put up a blockade between you and any unwanted convos by slipping on this silky sleep mask.

    Promising review: "This works really well for side sleepers due to the slim profile and the fact that it doesn't have foam forming materials. The silk can get a little warm but that's the case with all sleep masks. Like the fit and the silk. Great product at a great price and will purchase again when the one I have wears out." —AA

    Get it from Amazon for $9.89 (available in seven colors).

    37. A subscription box that'll present them with puzzles and ask them to decipher clues to solve a monthly mystery — an excellent solitary activity.


    What could possibly be better than "exploring" a new city each month without having to actually leave your home? The Finders Seekers subscription box is perfect for introverts that crave a ~little~ adventure. It comes with fun puzzles, mysterious codes, and cryptic messages that are yours for the solving.

    Promising review: "I just finished my second box and I absolutely adore this new fun part of my life!! I love that it is challenging, but when things get too rough there is a wonderfully warm and helpful community to turn to for help. Love it love it love it!!!" —Stacey

    Get it from Cratejoy for $25 a month.

    38. A bookish tote bag great for any quick trips to the supermarket to stock up on snacks for a reading marathon.

    Ah, there are few things as satisfying for an introvert as a stack of classics. This tote bag expresses those sentiments perfectly, so you can take that happy feeling with you even when you do have to leave the house.

    Promising review: "I bought this cute bag for my college-aged daughter, who always ends up juggling veggies when she shops for food! She loves books as well as Kate Spade bags, so this was perfect! It's multi purpose and foldable, so it's easy for her to keep handy. Once she received it she confirmed that its perfect, for books or veggies!" —Gwen Leite

    Get it from Amazon for $26.95.

    39. A Nintendo Switch or Nintendo Switch Lite so they can socialize as much (or as little) as they want from the comfort of their own couch.

    nintendoswitches / Via, Amazon

    What most people don't realize is that introverts simply like having me-time, we're not trying to fully isolate ourselves from all contact with the outside world! The Nintendo Switch is a great console to give those who are more ~reserved~ a chance to connect with others when they feel like it. You can play games like Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening on your own or join a friend to play Luigi's Mansion 3 game. This product is a winner for everyone!

    Promising review: "The Switch is Nintendo's best device since the N64. I use my Switch every day. I commute by train so this has been perfect for me. There has never been a handheld this good. The transition to and from docked mode is seamless. The battery life is also pretty decent. Overall, it is a great device. Nintendo's back!" —Arjun S. Kahlon

    Get it from Amazon; Nintendo Switch for $299 (available in grey or neon blue/red), Nintendo Switch Lite for $199.96 (available in four styles).

    Learn about the difference between the two products with my breakdown here.

    40. A dad hat that'll subtly gets a message across to anyone that dares to encroach on their personal space.


    Can you not be breathing down my neck while I wait for my name to be called in the Starbucks line? The next time you're heading into a situation where someone is likely to be on top of you, throw on this hat to give them a piece of your mind (without actually having to open your mouth).

    Get it from Amazon for $18.47 (available in 14 colors).

    41. A doormat to express the feeling introverts get the moment they leave the sanctuary that is their house.


    Promising review: "This is a great rug! It's sturdy and the size is perfect. It's also great if you just want people to go away if they come to your door. You don't even have to talk to them — the rug let's them know that you aren't interested in what they have to say. The only problem is that your family might start ignoring the instructions on the rug so I recommend buying a couple of them and placing them around different parts of the house so that they get the message." —Erica H.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

    42. A bathtub caddy that'll let them bring all their necessities into the most solitary room of the house.


    You know where I most like to hang out in my apartment? The bathroom. It's the one place I can yell, "GET OUT OF HERE" and it is socially acceptable. I also love relaxing in my tub for over an hour, and chances are introverts like you do, too. Transform your next bubble bath sesh into something even more magical by using this caddy. It has a place for your cup holder, tablet, a candle, and your phone. What more could you need?

    Promising review: "Love this bath tray! I have had it for just a few days and so many people have already asked me where I got it. It has room for everything I need and makes for such relaxing baths! It’s pretty sturdy too." —MD

    Get it from Amazon for $26.99 (available in two styles).

    43. A white noise sound machine to soothe them to sleep each evening and help them reset after a full day of socializing.


    While the Hatch Rest+ is designed for babies, I don't see any reason why adults can't benefit from it as well —it's so much more than a sound machine! It's also a night light, an alarm clock, an LED clock, and a two-way audio monitor.

    Promising review: "I have the original Hatch Baby Rest and really like using it as a nightlight and sound machine. Bought the new version so I could have the clock and don't have to look at my phone. I have a hard time sleeping in complete silence so I figured I would upgrade from leaving a fan on all night. I personally like the forest and white noise sounds the most. The touch ring on the top makes it easy to turn on and off, which is nice for when I get up in the middle of the night. I have prime and I got it the same day which was awesome! Tried it out last night and am loving it so far" —James Dumlao

    Get it from Amazon for $89.99.

    44. And a "Do Not Disturb" sign, so they can ~politely~ let their roomies know when they're introverting.


    Promising review: "GREAT!!! I purchased these because I recently moved back in with my parents and needed something other than a sock on the door for privacy. Not only do they give off a five-star hotel feel, they look good, and they have a great feel to them." —Martinez

    Get a two-pack from Amazon for $15.99.

    Enjoy your solitude, and happy shopping!


    Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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