Dads tend to be the most neglected in the family when it comes to gift-giving holidays. They're strong supporters of "not needing anything new," which explains why they usually get the most snooze-worthy presents (see: socks and ties). Since we *know* you need ideas this Father's Day, check out our selection of gift ideas aimed to please a range of interests.
A travel dopp-kit that will help the frequent flier keep track of all his electronics in one place, from charging cords and USB cables to small gadgets.
BUY IT: $219; thisisground.com.
For the dad who loves his cold brew but wants to kick his Starbucks habit, gift him an iced coffee pot he can have ready to go before he leaves in the morning.
BUY IT: $13; amazon.com.
A cozy, durable, and lightweight sleeping bag for the avid camper or backpacker to curl up in.
BUY IT: $100; rei.com.
With these surround-sound wireless headphones, he can listen to his favorite music without killing his hearing (though there are available earbuds) and enhance his Netflix experience.
BUY IT: $192; amazon.com.
A bit of a splurge for kitchenware, but worth it for the crème de la crème of cast iron slow cookers that lasts forever.
BUY IT: $330; williams-sonoma.com.
For the guy who's super particular about his spirits, have the foodies at Mouth help him develop his tastes with a curated craft bourbon trio.
BUY IT: $163; mouth.com.
He'll never have to use the same toothbrush head on repeat until it's practically a splayed out nub with this electric Goby toothbrush subscription service (that sends you new heads every three months). Plus, when it looks this sleek, he'll feel like Bruce Wayne brushing his teeth.
BUY IT: $60; goby.co.
A worn-in, waxy apron for the grill-master and stir-fry chef who doesn't want any splatters on his shirts.
BUY IT: $150; food52.com.
A handmade vegetable leather camera strap for shutterbugs.
BUY IT: $54; poketo.com.
A buttery leather jacket with a vintage appeal to update the distressed one your dad loves (but is way past its prime).
BUY IT: $1100; coach.com.
A full shaving kit—from a traditional shaving brush to a pre-shaving oil and soothing balm/cream duo—crafted by the shaving wizards at The Art of Shaving. It's unscented, too, so it won't set off any sensitive skin types.
BUY IT: $120; theartofshaving.com.
Because in summertime, his uniform is basically picnic table shirts over tee-shirts.
BUY IT: $98; jcrew.com.
For the sneakerhead who boasts a collection of athletics shoes, from Rafa's court favorites to his beloved Jordans, play it safe with Nike's top-rated new training sneaker that he can comfortably work out in. (P.S. This one's so cool you might consider buying yourself a pair.)
BUY IT: $160; store.nike.com.
This oak-colored briefcase is both practical and stylish for his commute. He'll fixate on the rich leather details and admire all of the extra pockets.
BUY IT: $895; shinola.com.
Honestly, who doesn't want to live in a cotton robe and loafers in summer?
BUY IT: $295; mrporter.com.
For the guy who loves tech everything (or just wants a fancy voice-operated speaker), gift him the nifty Google Home, and then watch him request sport stats from the kitchen.
BUYT IT: $130; target.com.
Even if you're not an actual sailor, the minimal nautical band looks charming paired with pretty much everything.
BUY IT: $80; shop.nordstrom.com.
Even if he's not one to really appreciate skincare options (FWIW, this one's chock-full of antioxidants) he'll love a body wash that has a cooling mint sensation and smells like his favorite aromatic kitchen ingredients.
BUY IT: $48; lockwoodnewyork.com.
Beautiful wooden boxes to store gadgets, tools, utensils, and food items.
BUY IT: $200; food52.com.
No offense, Dads, but it's time to trade in your creepy polarized aviators for something a little more modern. A pair of Ray Ban's with an update on the classic Wayfarer frames will be a cool reference that he'll appreciate.
BUY IT: $140; shop.nordstrom.com.
For the super-powered triathelete dad, have the family can go in on the best of athletic smart watches, like Garmin's latest. It boasts a range of new functions he can play with, like an integrated heart monitor and tracking and fitness tests for everything from swimming to cycling.
BUY IT: $500; rei.com.
If you have a minimalist dad who just likes to keep it clean and simple, he'll love this all-purpose duffle bag for overnight trips.
BUY IT: $150; filson.com.
An especially meticulous shaving set of 5 attachments for the man who is super particular about his stubble.
BUY IT: $80; us.braun.com.
To the man who has serving liqueur and creating the perfect cocktail down to a science, get him a stylish decanter that resembles an Erlenmeyer flask.
BUY IT: $30; cb2.com.
Fancy hair clay to keep that quiff perfectly coiffed.
BUY IT: $22; dermstore.com.
For an athlete with an intense training schedule, gift him extra supportive compression shorts that minimize muscle damage.
BUY IT: $83; matchesfashion.com.
No more scouring the couch cushions for one of the five remote controls in the house: this universal Logitech control does it all. It connects to all the devices in your house and even to your Smartphone.
BUY IT: $150; amazon.com.
Help him ditch the sweats he basically lives in on weekends with a pair that are unbelievably soft and actually fitted.
BUY IT: $54; alternativeapparel.com.
A remote-controlled drone for the dad who's really just a kid at heart.
BUY IT: $80; bloomingdales.com.