The holidays are right around the corner, and for us, that means stocking up on all the latest merch. If you’re short on gift ideas this season, don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. From comfy kicks and bold jewelry to page-turner books and the coolest variants for your vinyl-loving dad, these artists put together the ultimate shopping guide that’ll have your loved ones beaming. Check out Knocked Loose’s picks below.

Dinosaur Jr. “Start Choppin” T-shirt

$500 • Grailed

To this day, this is one of the absolute craziest designs I’ve ever seen. It’s right up my alley, and that band have been a staple listen of mine for years. I look for it almost every day. —Isaac Hale


[Photo via ricepicking/Grailed]

Ibanez Xiphos 7 String

$1,928.88 • Sweetwater

I’ve been working with Ibanez for years now, and I’ve been super into the new metal-looking 7’s they’ve been putting out. I play an Iceman right now that I absolutely love. Even though I’m not a tremolo guy, I need to play this. —Isaac Hale


[Photo via Sweetwater]

Neural DSP Quad Cortex

$1,849 • Sweetwater

Right now, Knocked Loose are on kempers. We used tube amps for so long, but it became impossible to keep up with. My pedalboard was the size of the moon, and the problems I had were so consistent. I’m always into trying out brand-new profiling amps and engaging with that new technology. The Quad Cortex seems like a really badass and streamlined way to create guitar tones. I’m super into the idea. —Isaac Hale


[Photo via Sweetwater]

iMac 24

$1,299 • Apple

I ended up moving into a new house recently, which means a new home studio! I’m trying to get my hands on a new computer that can handle pumping out demos every day. I had an iMac 10 years ago that lasted me a while, but it’s time to re-up! —Isaac Hale


[Photo via Apple]

July Carry On Trunk

$395 • July

With all of the international touring I do, I’ve carried a decent amount of luggage in my life. Let me tell you, I’m done carrying luggage on my shoulder. I need a good rolling suitcase that can fit in an overhead bin. My shoulders are killing me, and I need all the help I can get. —Isaac Hale


[Photo via July]