You know the dad who has everything? The one who’s impossible to shop for? Yep, so do we. So even though we’ve now suggested dozens of Father’s Day gifts of all kinds, you might still be looking. And we feel for you. So here, we present some of our favorite gifts for the dad who seems to have everything. Some are splurgey, some are free, some just a little off the beaten-path. Hopefully there’s something here for the lucky paternal superstar in your life. Besides your undying love and affection, of course. Which may in fact be all he needs.
We’re happy to welcome our friends at Dove Men+Care who are in part sponsoring our gift guide, because they totally believe in taking care of dads, and celebrating those dads who take care of their families. Just like we do.
Plus, because we all adore the dads, granddads and stepdads in our lives so much, be sure to check out our massive Father’s Day giveaway below, valued at over $900, that we’ve put together from some of our very favorite Father’s Day gifts. Entering is easy. Good luck!
All our picks are determined solely by the editorial team; there has been no compensation in exchange for recommendations. Some products may include affiliate links.
This vintage style speedbag by fashion flash is so neat looking for an office, whether he’s in training, or just wants to feel like a tough guy. ($89 on sale, Gilt.com. Use our invitation link if you’re not already a member.)
The Topps site has so many cool ideas for sports fans, like this original vintage baseball artwork. Fear not non-Bostonians; there are options from nearly every team in the league. ($9.99-69.99, Topps)
If he’s an adventurer or just likes to be cool and say “I’ve got it…” when you go to open a package in the mail, take a look at the gorgeously crafted handmade Pocket Knife by Son of a Sailor. It comes in handy in all sorts of situations; just remember to take it out of your pocket when you go through airport security. ($34, Cool Mom Picks indie shop at Great.ly)
If you’re crafty, we have tons of ideas for homemade gift ideas for dads, and one of our favorite from last year is printing a custom coloring page of Dad made from a photo of him, then letting the kids go to town. (Free with code on Crayola 64 crayons box, Crayola Color Studio ; photo via Andy Hinds)
-Be sure to check out our big Father’s Day giveaway below. Entering is easy! –
The artisan crafted hammocks from Yellow Leaf are so hot right now, every day we check the site and another style is sold out. If this one is calling your name, grab it now. Throw in a great book while you’re at it, and a coupon for a few hours to himself. (This style $249, Yellow Leaf Hammocks; get a free tee with purchase with “DADSNORES” at checkout)
It’s awesome when you can get a dad something he’d really want but would never actually buy for himself. We think the custom hand-painted one-of-a-kind bike helmet from Belle Helmets fit the bill perfectly if he’s a cyclist. If not, it may just