Cool websites for men are becoming more popular. Whether dealing with the need to groom more carefully, dress stylishly or discover what the latest aftershaves are that are getting the highest ratings from the ladies, interested men want to know.
Here are a few of the lifestyle websites for men that are worth a visit.
The Dude Pins site provides buyer guides for products, covers entertainment that will appeal to men, and has a well-matched women and car category too. There is good attention to graphical design with attractive presentation on the site. They also have an iOS mobile app to access Dude Pins info from your iPhone or iPad, but no sign of an Android app yet. Hopefully one is coming soon.
The Well Spent website goes for a black and white basic appearance, with nice use of a 2 x 2 grid design with large images on the home page. There’s a strong focus on the clothing side of things at the site. It also has a good smattering of the latest deals, industry gossip, and sparing points of view that hit the mark.
Art of Manliness
The Art of Manliness site is designed distinctively using graphic design that’s reminiscent of the 1800s rather than 2018. With that said, the site covers money, relationships, grooming, dress style, and gear of all kinds. There’s a podcast that’s well past its 350th episode and shows no sign of stopping. It was founded in 2008 and is a go-to resource for many men.
Gear Patrol manage to balance heavy promotion of manly gear of all kinds with content that has broad appeal to adult men of all ages. Whether you’re into the latest thing on two-wheels or four-wheels, a fancy tech gadget or trendy gear to wear, it’s all there. The editorial content is decent quality too, so there’s lots to like here.
The Mantelligence site provides sophisticated views on dating, relationships, and buying guides covering grooming, outdoors, food and drink, and style. The website aims to be a one stop guide for men looking to buy smart gifts for themselves or others, get help with their relationships, and more. The presentation is slick with a lot of social integration and product promotions thrown in.
Primer aims to provide information to the post-college male who needs guidance. There’s an eclectic blend of fashion articles, entertainment showcases, guides for products, and advice aimed at men who want to improve.
The Menprovement site has come a long way since it was founded in 2013. Master of the attractive thumbnail, their articles are lengthy, well presented and in depth. The site has grown into a well-rounded guide for the modern man who doesn’t think he already knows everything and is open to learning new stuff too.
Every men’s lifestyle website has their own unique voice despite the content being penned by different writers. Find the voice that you most enjoy and dig in. While a site specifically about fitness when you’re looking to tone up is going to be useful too, sometimes a general site covering a variety of topics is more interesting to visit on a regular basis because there’s always something new.