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If you’re a fan of nightmarish, post-apocalyptic video games with a strange appreciation for 1950s sensibilities, then you’re probably quite familiar with Fallout.
Debuting in 1997, the Fallout game series challenges players to survive an eclectic nuclear wasteland filled with violent, tribal factions, and the remnants of ancient, corporate brands that outlived their target audience.
What do you get someone that’s a fan of Fallout?
Looking for the perfect Fallout gift? Have a friend who swears his basement is a premium Vault-Tec bomb shelter? Then I suggest taking a gander at our illustrious list of 46 Fallout gift ideas.
Fallout Clothing and Apparel
These Fallout fashions are perfect for scorching, irradiated days and less scorching (but still searing) nuclear nights.
Fallout Vault Boy Men’s Crew Socks
This pair of crew socks for men features Vault-Tec’s always positive mascot. Just focus on that beaming smile and never the smoldering skulls.
The Great War is nearly upon us. Yes, you have a vault, but is it from Vault-Tec? No?? Well, then….you’re doomed. Get with the program — buy yourself a real vault, and then buy yourself a t-shirt promoting America’s renowned vault builders.
As a Veteran Ranger, you fought hard, valiantly, and intelligently against any and all foes of the New California Republic. And, you get to wear this super-cool (and toxin-filtering) helmet. This wearable recreation of the Veteran Ranger’s helmet is the final, infallible piece for your Fallout: New Vegas cosplay.
Decorate the vault and retain your civility with these Fallout furnishings and household accessories.
Fallout Pip Boy Ceramic Mug – 48 Ounces
Based on the bulky-but-helpful wrist computer, it’s the Pip Boy Ceramic Mug! Holding 48oz of non-poisonous sludge, this Fallout coffee mug allows one to wake up properly before conquering the wasteland.
Based on the cutesy, space-ready character from Fallout 4, it’s Mr. Pebbles the Space Cat on a 16.5″ x 11″ poster. Sick of humanity’s consistent (and destructive) disappointments? Then look to Mr. Pebbles and reclaim the right to dream!
Who loves Nuka Cola? You do. Well, you like to think you do. Now, all that exists are the infinite, empty bottles and those coveted, spendable caps. Celebrate the history of future currency with this Nuka Cola print.
Yes, you’ve seen them gutted, rusted, and stacked in impossible piles, but you’ve never witnessed their pre-war perfection…until now! This Vehicles of Fallout poster features glorious vehicles from the pre-bomb past.
This purposely weathered and slightly scorched sign sends a powerful message: Inside, it’s safe. Outside? Yeah, you’re probably glowing at night and losing teeth. Hang this metal sign upon the door of any resource-heavy haven.
Fallout T-45 NCR Salvaged Power Armor 1/6 Scale Figure
This T-45 NCR Salvaged Power Armor Action Figure is an exquisitely detailed recreation of the amazing in-game exoskeleton. If you’re impressed by superior armored infantry technology, this enhanced warrior wears it well.
When you’re on the ropes and all hope is lost, this desperate, empowering perk shall imperil any virtually victorious predator! Measuring over 3″ high, this nerd-raging Funko figure reminds one of Fallout’s life-saving anger amplifier.
Why is this Plasma Rifle prop replica so ridiculously realistic? Because the designers used 3D gaming assets courtesy of Bethesda. Display it. Carry it. Point it at something resembling a post-war, radioactive tragedy demanding a bite of your super-cookie.
Fallout Nuka Cola T51 Power Armor & Cradle 4 Port USB Hub
Yes, it’s a detailed diorama of a charging T51 Power Armor, but that’s not all — it also charges battery-powered gadgets and stores your nonsensical, transferable data. Measuring over 9″ high and sponsored by Nuka Cola, this harnessed armor receives enough power to pass it along.
Familiar with the Fallout Wasteland Warfare Miniatures Game? Good, then you know the importance of purchasing perfectly recreated Nuka Cola caps. Made from actual bottle caps in the pre-Fallout present, these authentic replicas contain the purposely distressed appearance of post-bomb relics.
Straight from Fallout 76, it’s the Pip-Boy 2000 Mk VI! Now YOU can construct this helpful post-war gadget courtesy of the Wand Company’s buildable, game-based replica. Want to experience the wonders of Vault-Tec tech? Then assemble this kit to survive what lurks outside.
They may help you survive the apocalypse, or improve your less apocalyptic lifestyle.
Fallout 4 Nuka Cola Keychain Bottle Opener
If you’re hunting for currency, you’ll need a way to remove it — this Nuka Cola Keychain Bottle Opener should do the trick. Based on Fallout 4, this branded bottle opener doubles as a handy-dandy keychain.
This Fallout keychain lanyard features a rubbery Vault Boy charm, a “Fallout”-slathered strap, and a handy ID pocket (with an affirming, collectible sticker). Don’t lose your only means of access to various life-saving vaults with this handy, branded lanyard.
A collection of various video games sharing every chapter of the fan-beloved Fallout saga.
Fallout 4 Video Game
From the award-winning team at Bethesda Studios, it’s Fallout 4 for PlayStation 4! This award-winning, open-world game focuses on you, the sole survivor of Vault 111, and your struggle to survive in a harsh, post-annihilation anti-paradise.
Survive the perils of an embattled West Virginia in this popular chapter of the Fallout game series. Get ready to take on more irradiated terrors with greatly improved weapons and power-enhancing armor.
Welcome to the new world, vault dwellers! It’s been 25 years since the bombs destroyed everything. Well, mostly everything — you and a silver of humanity survived a nuclear pummeling with the help of Vault-Tec’s dubious but effective vaults. Now it’s up to you and the friends you make to retake the wasteland and reintroduce civilization.
Cyberhouse Designed to Withstand a Nuclear Fallout and Zombie Apocalypse
Based on the silvery, apocalyptic aesthetic of Elon Musk’s Cybertruck, it’s the annihilation-proof Cyberhouse! Made of “monolithic reinforced concrete and heavy-duty steel,” this devastation-deflecting home is ideal for 6-7 people, and one aesthetically similar Cybertruck.
Build Your Ownfrom a russian architectural firm who’s very concerned with our promised apocalypse
Read to Live
Fallout books and survival guides to pass the time and buy some more.
Fallout: The Vault Dweller’s Official Cookbook
Surviving a nuclear holocaust makes one exceptionally peckish. Want to satisfy that mutated hunger born of an irradiated atmosphere? Then grab The Vault Dweller’s Official Cookbook (courtesy of Vault-Tec) and whip up some BlamCo Mac & Cheese, a Mirelurk egg omelet, and any number of game-based treats with real-life ingredients.
Yes, the world is different, and if we’re being honest, quite horrific. However, you managed to avoid mutants and militaristic techno-cults in order to procure the perfect present. Just make sure the gift recipient realizes the rigors of your perilous gift procurement.
Who would immediately (like, without hesitation) forsake Earth and join Optimus Prime in a last-ditch effort to emancipate Cybertron? That’s right – Tiras. An experienced geek-culture pundit, Tiras regularly consumes and reviews all manner of fantastical, fictional, and high-concept content. He also dreams of ending an eons-long war between two factions of intimidatingly tall transforming robots.