48 Father’s Day Gifts Your Dad Will Adore
Looking for a Father's Day gift for a dad who consistently goes above and beyond? That's no easy task. Luckily, our editors have done the leg work for you, scouring the Internet to deliver some of the most unique gifts that are just a click away. Here, you'll find gift ideas for every kind of dad, at every price point. The perfect card? That one's on you.
Yeti Tundra Roadie
Head outside on Father's Day with this colorful cooler (choose from six fun shades). It holds up to 26 cans of Dad's favorite beer, as well as plenty of ice to keep them frosty. This cooler is likely to be brought along on many beach days and road trips this summer.
To buy: $300; amazon.com.
Sutton Duffel Bag
If he’s in need of a new gym bag or a small weekender, this one fits the bill. Inspired by large volume sailing bags, the utility duffel has a removable shoulder strap, so it’s easy to customize and tote around. The bag's handsome crosshatch is made of tough tech-fabric.
To buy: $70, amazon.com.
Birchbox Man Subscription Box
The beauty subscription box you've loved for years now offers an option geared toward guys. Send Dad a monthly surprise box filled with pomades, moisturizers, and all of the aftershave he'll need until his next shipment arrive. Start by filling out a grooming profile of Dad's Style (Is he a classic man? Or maybe artsy?), along with his hair and skin types, so he'll receive products handpicked just for him.
To buy: $10 per month; birchbox.com.
Sabatier Knife Set
Expertly crafted from high-quality stainless steel, this sturdy knife set and bamboo storage block is the kitchen essential he'll actually put to use. Each 5-piece set features a slim block that frees up counter space, and the affordable price point is easy to love, too.
To buy: $53; amazon.com.
Breville Compact Smart Oven
Tackle virtually any kitchen task—roasting, baking, toasting and broiling included—with Breville's compact smart oven. Although it's small enough for apartments, this countertop oven is mighty—it offers eight pre-set functions and stores customized settings to memory in a flash.
To buy: $270; surlatable.com.
MVMT Revolver Bronze Age Watch
Keep him on time with this sleek, water-resistant watch that suits any style. Its versatility will make it an everyday staple in his wardrobe.
To buy: $140; mvmtwatches.com.
Golf Trunk Organizer
If your dad’s idea of a perfect day is one spent out on the green, get him this organizer outfitted with slots for shoes, balls, tees, spikes, and towels. With all of his supplies in one convenient spot, Dad can spend more time honing his swing and less time searching for a lost glove.
To buy: $60; wayfair.com.
Mouth Gift Box
Give dad the gift of great taste with Mouth—a service that ships edible treats directly to your door. Choose from themed snacks or satisfy his sweet tooth with the decadent chocolate-covered deliciousness box that's filled with crave-worthy nuts, graham crackers, and more.
To buy: from $50; mouth.com.
Nikon Coolpix B600
Capture memorable shots with ease with this dynamic yet affordable camera from the photography pros at Nikon. The gadget is compatible with smartphones or tablets, meaning dad can easily add fun filters or create video montages in the time it takes to say "cheese."
To buy: $330; bestbuy.com.
Daily Harvest Subscription
A good-for-you food subscription service that actually tastes delicious? It's very much a thing, and Daily Harvest is the best of the best when it comes to delivering healthy smoothies and soups to your door. Gift him with a nine-cup box for those days when Dad can't be bothered to turn on the stove.
To buy: from $75; daily-harvest.com.
Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones
Swap out his battered pair of earbuds for these sleek, adjustable-fit headphones equipped with Bluetooth capabilities. These wireless beats come equipped with an impressive 40 hours of extended battery life, plus you can choose from eight colorful patterns and prints.
To buy: from $200; walmart.com.
Hockey Stick BBQ Set
Up his grilling game with this BBQ set made from repurposed hockey sticks. Each set comes complete with a spatula, fork, bottle opener, and tongs.
To buy: $45; uncommongoods.com.
JerkyGent Gift Box
Filled with snackable craft jerky and artisan treats, this savory subscription service is the gift your dad is going to obsess over. Opt for JerkyGent's one-time Father's Day box (it includes a personalized gift note), or sign him up for a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription box that'll last him long after the holiday.
To buy: from $50; jerkygent.com.
Otter Box Cooler
Equipped with water-resistant exterior pockets and a leak-proof seal, this durable cooler is the perfect solution for any dad hoping to update his tailgating game come football season.
To buy: $255; otterbox.com.
Sriracha for You Package
If your dad is known for adding hot sauce to everything from eggs to chocolate ice cream, don’t let him leave the house without one of these mini Sriracha keychains attached to his belt loop. Designed for Sriracha-lovers who want to enjoy their favorite sauce both at home and on the go, the set includes one 9-ounce bottle, a 1.7-ounce keychain, and a one-ounce keychain.
To buy: $16.50; sriracha2go.com.
Whether he's always racing to meetings or has an affinity for sports cars, these sleek cufflinks add a fun—but still dapper—edge to formalwear. Made out of durable stainless steel, he'll be clocking high on the fashion scale for years to come.
To buy: $24; bedbathandbeyond.com.
Airjamz Electric Air Guitar Toys
Give his imaginary jam sessions an actual soundtrack with the help of this app-connected pick, which plays music along with his motions. Dad can choose to play the guitar, drums, synths, lasers, and more, so he can flex his musical muscles and never get bored of playing the same instrument.
To buy: $40 each; amazon.com.
Shutterfly Beer Stein
If your dad loves to crack open a cold beer at the end of a long day, create a personalized beer stein with photos of his loved ones for him to drink out of. Choose up to seven of your own photos, or photos from Shutterfly's library of images and quotes, to put together the perfect frosted glass for him to enjoy his next brew from.
To buy: $18; shutterfly.com.
Created by the Museum of Modern Art, this magnetically-powered calendar is as much a work of art as it is a practical office accessory. Dad will never have to buy another calendar again, since the magnetic balls on this perpetual version can simply be moved to mark a new month and year.
To buy: $32-45; uncommongoods.com.
Sugarfina Pale Ale Pints
If your pop likes hops as much as he likes sugar, these pint-sized sweets are sure to make him smile. To turn this small cube full of gummies into a complete present, pair these bright citrus-flavored candies with a growler of Dad’s drink of choice from his favorite local brewery.
To buy: $7.50; sugarfina.com.
aha Tool Pen Mini Aplus Edition
This pen isn’t actually a pen at all, but a multi-purpose tool with 22 screwdriver bits of different sizes to tackle a variety of small household tasks. Don’t let its tiny size deceive you—this hardworking tool is up to the challenge of repairing broken eyeglasses, opening electronics, and tightening loose screws.
To buy: $110; ahalife.com.
Weber iGrill 3 Thermometer
If your father considers himself a grillmaster, this meat thermometer will modernize his grilling game. When this hi-tech thermometer is attached to the grill, Dad can remotely monitor up to four meat probes (two probes are included in the set) via a free app. An alert will buzz when the target temp is reached, so the chef won’t have to miss the party as he’s busy manning the grill.
To buy: $100; crateandbarrel.com.
Garden Trowel Bottle Opener
This wood-and-metal trowel not only helps weed the garden, but the built-in bottle opener also makes it easy for Dad to take a well-deserved break from his hard work. Set it out at the drink station at a backyard barbecue or take it along on a picnic. We have a feeling Dad will be reaching for this fun and functional tool all summer long.
To buy: $48; uncommongoods.com.
Avantree 10W Bluetooth Bike Speaker
Outdoorsy dads don’t have to leave their music at home thanks to this bluetooth-enabled, water-resistant speaker. The cylindrical design lets it strap onto a bike or tuck into the mesh pocket of a hiking backpack. With a splash-proof, shock-proof rubber exterior, this rugged speaker will survive Dad’s great adventures.
To buy: $40; amazon.com.
Wilton Sweet Shooter Cookie Shot Glass Pan
The secret to the ultimate happy hour: cookie shot glasses. After a stint in the oven, raw cookie dough magically turns into cute shot glasses ready to serve milk, chocolate mousse, or a splash of dessert liquor. If your dad has a sweet tooth, this pan is destined to become his new favorite kitchen tool.
To buy: $15; amazon.com.
NFL Football Leather Coasters
These aren’t your ordinary coasters. They’re made from the same premium-grade leather used in NFL footballs. Plus, they’re water-resistant, so no happy hour—not even a rowdy Super Bowl party—is too tough for this set to handle.
To buy: $10 for four, birchbox.com.
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Olympia Provisions Salami Bouquet
If flowers aren’t really your dad’s thing, this salami bouquet may be more his style. Order an arrangement of three or six pork sausages, all wrapped in butcher paper and tied with a red ribbon. A set of three includes one French, one Spanish, and one Italian salami, so the bouquet doubles as a European tour for Dad’s tastebuds.
To buy: From $50; food52.com.
Oak Nightstand Valet
This hand-carved wooden organizer, which looks right at home atop a desk or nightstand, has a shelf for his phone or glasses, plus an arm to collect his watch or activity tracker. Available in multiple finishes with two different styles of monograms.
To buy: From $45, paybacksabeach.etsy.com.
This isn’t your ordinary pocketknife. The multipurpose piece includes eight tools in one: a hammer, a slotted screwdriver, a can opener, a saw, pliers, and more. He’ll be prepared for any situation with this portable and tiny find that’s only nine inches long when opened. He may never need another tool again.
To buy: $15, amazon.com.
Portable Briefcase BBQ Grill
Now this is one kind of briefcase he’ll definitely want to receive this Father’s Day. The stainless steel design has a compact grill and a charcoal pit inside. Since it’s easy to tote around, it’d be perfect for a picnic for two. Or give it to an urban dad, who might not have a huge backyard or patio.
To buy: $55, amazon.com.
The Modern Snap Backpack
An ergonomic, elevated take on the workbag (leather details and a water-resistant exterior), with a padded laptop pouch. Two open side pockets provide a convenient place for other on-the-go necessities (like a water bottle or sunglasses). Available in five cool color combinations.
To buy: $68, everlane.com.
Smart Jump Rope
For the Dad who has a gadget for just about everything, there’s a new way to make his exercise routine high tech, too. This LED rope not only counts jumps, but it also syncs with an app to give calorie readings. Available in a variety of colors and sizes.
To buy: $100, ahalife.com.
Travel Poker Set
Your favorite poker enthusiast can now take game night on the go with this compact travel set, which comes with 40 playing chips, a deck of cards, and assorted dice. With a sleek leather case, this find will definitely impress his playing buddies (and might just give him some luck for the next round). Available in three colors, with a free monogram.
To buy: $79, markandgraham.com.
Cook's Books Set
Whether he's an aspiring home cook or well on his way to becoming the next Bobby Flay, dad will love his food-focused collection of five best-ever cookbooks. From Mark Bittman's How to Cook Everything to the essential Cook's Illustrated Cookbook, each hardcover guide is a kitchen staple.
To buy: $250; juniperbooks.com.
Walt Whitman's Guide to Manly Health & Training
This collection of commentary is filled with 19th-century thoughts on dress, food, and exercise—some of which are still applicable today—and others that are simply entertaining food for thought. All of the advice is curated from a newspaper column Whitman wrote in 1858. Whether he peruses it for practical tips or Whitman’s funny quips, Dad will be glad to have this one on his bookshelf.
To buy: $12; amazon.com.
3D Shape Cocktail Chiller Set
These soapstone and marble shapes will create a sophisticated home bar. The geometric chillers go straight from freezer to highball glass, to keep libations cool (and looking good) without watering them down. Off duty, they double as swanky bar decor, no matter the design style of your space.
To buy: $35, shopbop.com.
Chrome Soft Golf Balls
Frustrated golfer in your home? Not this season. He’ll be able to take his game to the next level with these innovative golf balls that have a low compression core and a urethane cover. They promise an impressive distance and a soft feel when in play.
To buy: $38, amazon.com.
Wide Stripe Nautical Personalized Stationery
Encourage him to take up the lost art of letter writing with this personalized stationery set, featuring a classic, preppy design. You can choose between green, yellow, or navy. Plus, you’ll have the option to customize the set with his name, initials, or even his signature catchphrase.
To buy: $35 for 15, minted.com.
Clip Bluetooth Speaker
DJ Dad can blast his favorite songs wherever he goes. This small, portable Bluetooth speaker (it’s just over four inches high and three inches wide) has a carabiner clip so he can attach it to his bag or bike. With five hours of battery life and a built-in microphone, this is something he’s guaranteed to use every day. Choose from ten colors and patterns (including the logos of select sports teams!).
To buy: $40, amazon.com.
A classic turntable is a no-fail gift option for record collectors, and this customizable present is no exception. Choose from four different turntables in an array of colors, finishes, and platter types.
To buy: $179; uturnaudio.com.
Whiskey and Rum Making Kit
This is a dream gift for those who stock a serious home bar that could rival even the best taverns or pubs in town. Give him everything he needs—Highland malt scotch whiskey, spiced rum, Kentucky bourbon, an aging barrel, a pouring funnel, and a cleaning kit—for distilling a spirit of his own.
To buy: $75, uncommongoods.com.
DIY S'mores Kit
Gather round the campfire and gift him this gooey dessert that'll satisfy any dad's sweet tooth. Each decadent kit contains honey graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows in flavors like peppermint and dulce de leche.
To buy: $52; food52.com.
Timex Striped ‘Weekender Fairfield’ Watch
The classic stripe never looked so good. Keep him on time with this simple, water-resistant watch that comes with a nightlight and nylon band. It doesn’t matter if he’s the rugged or preppy type, this piece will suit any style and become an everyday staple in his wardrobe.
To buy: $31, amazon.com.
Barrel Stave Wood Chips
Grilling season is here, so why not give him something new to use at the next family barbecue? Throw these aged wine staves into the grill to infuse food with a subtle smokiness and a hint of red wine. Prep by soaking them in water for an hour and drain well when finished.
To buy: $14, ofloinndecor.etsy.com.
Lego Ship In a Bottle
Gifts ahoy! Let Dad be captain for a day—or a weekend, as this ship in a bottle is painstakingly detailed with elements like a raised deck, printed sails, cannons, masts, and the ship’s flag. Be Dad's first mate and build this captivating creation together; it comes with a complete set of instructions that anyone over age 10 can tackle. When it's complete, Dad can showcase it on its stately display stand.
To buy: $70, shop.lego.com.
Denim Chambray Pocket Square
Dad can get in on one of this season’s biggest trends: chambray. This denim pocket square features a contrasting neon edge (in light blue, burgundy, or white) that will look sharp tucked inside the breast pocket of a navy blue suit.
To buy: $10, thetiebar.com.
Love Grows Here Terrarium
Dad can test his green thumb with this easy-care terrarium kit. A great addition to his desk, it contains everything he needs, including an apothecary jar filled with textural mosses, soil, and river stones.
To buy: $85; uncommongoods.com.