Maybe he’s a fitness junkie, an avid outdoorsman or a clotheshorse. Maybe he’s a connoisseur of fine spirits, an audio-obsessed record collector or a travel enthusiast reinvigorated after two years stuck at home. Maybe, probably, he is you and you are him. And you deserve something good for Father’s Day this year. It doesn’t have to be something luxurious or expensive (though it certainly can be), just something that improves your life in some small, meaningful way
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Maybe dad isn’t getting dressed for the office anymore, but there will come a time when he needs to look his best, at which point he should have a handsome tie on hand. Todd Snyder’s take features 100% silk that’s handmade in Italy and available in nine colors.
Help him part ways with his beloved golf shirts by giving him something a little more stylish. Made from a blend of cotton and polyester, the Mansfield Shirt’s single-button pocket and button-down collar offer loads of classic style and comfort no matter where dad finds himself on a warm day.
Few gifts will impress more than a handsome TAG Heuer smartwatch, especially one as stunning as the Calibre E4. A deft combination of elevated aesthetics and heritage performance, this timepiece’s elegant features are sure to make his Father’s Day.
Sometimes dad needs a little encouragement when it comes to trying something new, which is where the added layer of EVA foam on these Arizona Birks comes into play. He’ll find relief in the comfort of a plush slide, but the classic profile will still helps him look his best all summer long.
Whether he’s rounding out his home gym or simply getting in shape for summer, Flybird’s home gym bundle has everything dad needs to work up a sweat. The 55-pound dumbbell set features five different weight settings while a versatile, steel bench comes with 10 settings to help him dial in his workout.
Patagonia’s food and drink division continues to grow with each passing year, but if dad hasn’t had the chance to sample the label’s responsibly-sourced offerings, consider getting him a box filled with the basics. From quick breakfasts in the backcountry to creative dinners, there’s something here for every palette.
For tailgates, barbecues and backcountry cookouts, dad has always wanted his own Yeti cooler. The 45-liter hard cooler, now available in a limited-edition Alpine Yellow colorway, is big enough to store his favorite drinks and snacks yet small enough to haul almost anywhere.
Regardless of his take on knives and everyday carry culture, consider handing him The James Brand Redstone, a knife that blends modern design with traditional capability. Available in a series of eye-catching colors, the island-inspired handle delivers a confident grip while a Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel offers corrosion resistance and edge retention.
In Partnership with Russell’s Reserve
Fathers are complex and full of character, so why not get them a bourbon to match? A bottle of Russell’s Reserve 13, the revered Kentucky bourbon’s limited-edition expression (whose second batch will be released this June, just in time for Father’s Day), certainly fits the bill. Crafted by father-son Master Distiller duo Eddie and Jimmy Russell, each sip of this distinctive bourbon inspires quiet contemplation, though we suggest rounding up two tumblers and listening to a few of Dad’s stories.
Dad has been using the same basic set of dull knives for years, which is precisely why he deserves an upgrade. Misen’s seven-piece set features premium Japanese steel and a lower blade angle to deliver comfortable, capable cuts time and time again.
Maybe he’s never worn an apron before, but he will after laying eyes on the Denver. Its golden brown fabric and navy blue strap accents deliver a rugged, simplistic look that’s easy on the eyes and equally capable whether he’s manning the grill or whipping up some Sunday morning pancakes.
Perhaps dad is in need of a new culinary challenge, or perhaps you’re just in the mood for some ‘za. Either way, the award-winning Ooni Pizza oven’s 950°F capacity nails a crispy, restaurant-style bake in just 60 seconds.
28-day battery life? Check. Military-grade durability? Check. More sensors and features than dad could ever need? Again, check. Indeed, the Instict 2 Solar checks every box whether he’s logging miles on a Sunday morning or bushwhacking through the backcountry.
Dad isn’t parting ways with his vinyl collection anytime soon, so you might as well upgrade his setup for Father’s Day. The Planar 1 pairs a 24-volt synchronous AC motor with an aluminum pulley to offer smooth, quiet operation that delivers nothing but dynamic, spellbinding sound.
A just-released follow-up to the best-sounding wireless headphones, the XM5 offers a lot of battery (30+ hours), hands-free calling, a comfy fit and a collapsible design for easy storage. Dad will say these are perfect for online meetings when he’s working from home, but he’ll probably wear them every chance he gets.
Assuming neither you nor your father are professional touring musicians, there is probably no need to jump into the exorbitantly expensive world of boutique or vintage effects pedals — especially now that Fender has released their Hammertone series. Pretty much every standard effect is represented here — overdrive, fuzz, reverb, delay, etc. — and they’re all priced between $79 and $99. No-brainers for the dad whose living out all of his rock star dreams from the comfort of his home office.
Nothing beats sipping whiskey with dad — that is, unless you’re sipping whiskey with dad out of some 100% lead-free handblown glasses. Featuring a topographical impression of the Grand Canyon, they’re a stunning way to sling back his favorite bottle.
There are some classic gifts that dad might want to avoid (like another shaving kit), but a tee refresh isn’t one of them, especially when said shirt comes from the ingenious folk over at Clean Fresh Tees. CFT’s conceit is simple; a basic, well-designed and breathable tee, sold at an affordable price and crafted in a 100% renewable, ethically-made fashion. Now that’s something both you and dad can get behind.
If he’s the suavest guy you know, then the Kinney Sunglasses from revered west-coast goat Garrett Leight are the perfect gift. If he’s not, these 47mm matte-acetate shades will surely do the trick.
The Blazer Mid isn’t just the hottest shoe to snag for the father in your life; it’s also a footwear intervention. After all, the sleek, vintage-inspired style from Nike, complete with a leather upper and non-marking rubber sole, is the perfect example that a “dad shoe” doesn’t always have to mean an “ugly shoe”.
From extra slim hard seltzers and RedBulls to Tallboys of PBR, there’s a Cooler Cup in this world that fits his favorite beverage. The design features a removable, rubberized lid and heavy-duty insulation to keep his drink cold for hours on end.
Put a little spring in his step with Hoka’s best-selling road shoe, the Clifton 8. Featuring an ultralight midsole, breathable mesh uppers and early-stage meta rockers that deliver a smooth ride, this plush trainer is sure to help him tack on the miles whether he’s jogging around the block or training for a marathon.
He doesn’t need another run-of-the-mill Bluetooth speaker. Instead, he really needs a sophisticated, ultra-portable alternative from a label he recognizes like Marshall. Built with premium materials that deliver crisp, clear audio, the Stanmore II sounds just as good as it looks on his office bookshelf.
Round out his work-from-home setup with a sharp, clean keyboard he’ll actually enjoy using. The USB-connected Tactile Pro features clicky, punchy keys with just the right amount of travel to offer a distinct, efficient sound. Whether he’s brokering a major deal or writing his memoirs, dad will actually enjoy his time in front of the computer.
Grillmaster? Outdoorsman? Hooper? None of the above? It really doesn’t matter what he’s into, dad will dig the Patagonia Baggies for their unmatched versatility and generally chill vibe. Plus, he was probably wearing them twenty years ago.
Don’t mistake his age for refined maturity. If dad still likes to kick back, relax and play a game or two that reminds him of his youth, let Nintendo’s latest system help him do just that. Its OLED screen delivers rich, vibrant graphics and Nintendo’s catalog of award-winning games are sure to keep him occupied for hours.
If pops is in charge of housekeeping, cut him a break with Roomba i3+ EVO, iRobot’s premier robo-vacuum and surefire way to keep his castle in ship-shape condition. Featuring Patented Dirt Detect Technology and Dual Multi-Surface Rubber Brushes, the little device packs a might punch, and will save him the trouble of breaking out the vacuum each weekend.
As soon as he slips on these boxer-brief-lined bottoms, dad will appreciate the inner fabric’s next-to-skin comfort that’s soft and refreshingly supportive. Like his favorite pair of compression shorts, the Kore shorts will hug his manhood from every angle, keeping things securely in place. With three lengths and 16 colorways to choose from, he’ll also be hard-pressed to find a pair that can’t compliment his favorite warm-weather activity.
A cushy lounge chair is a man’s temple, and his is in dire need of some serious renovation. Burrow’s handsome leather Nomad chair borrows its stately shape from original club chair designs, but its natural leather and precision-milled Baltic Birth spell unimpeded comfort (and a classic dad nap, most likely).
When he needs to work out those unwanted aches and pains, give him the tools to get the job done right. From the customizable speed and variable percussive settings to the OLED screen and ergonomic grip, he’ll find plenty of reasons to break out this do-it-all massage gun.
Dads are curious by nature, and it’s our job to kindle that sense of curiosity by way of big boy toys like the DJI Mini 2. It weighs about as much as an apple and fits in the palm of your hand, so dad can take it almost anywhere without worry. The Fly More combo includes extra batteries, propellers and a handy carrying case.
Thoughtfully designed and meticulously engineered with industry-leading technology, the Beast Blender prepares nutrient-rich smoothies and infusions that he’ll enjoy almost anywhere. The ensemble comes with a blender, multiple blending vessels, storage options, on-the-go cups and a dedicated infusion system.
If he’s not particularly keen on the latest skincare routines, just get him some exfoliating scrub that removes impurities like dirt and oil. It’ll leave his skin feeling cool and refreshed thanks to the blend of eucalyptus, peppermint and natural exfoliants.
Dad is still using the same traditional razer he’s owned for years, but he’ll quickly retire it once you set him up with Freedom Grooming’s comprehensive shave kit. It contains a capable electric razer as well as attachment heads, oils, creams, lotions and even a shaving brush that reminds him of a trip to the barber.