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He's become a pro at smiling through what feels like the 100th coffee mug, pair of socks and set of golf tees. This Father’s Day give him something to ensure he won’t have to feign excitement. From a three-speed cruiser to some good ol’ baseball tickets, here are 50 Father’s Day gifts that he actually wants.
With three different settings, this beach cruiser hybrid will easily ride through the city streets.
Sole Bicycles ($599)
From backyards to beachfronts, this compact grill will kick off outdoor BBQ season anywhere you are.
RS Barcelona ($390)
To feed his competitive side (and keep the kids involved).
Trademark Games ($100)
OK, this might be a little bit for you—so cute!—but chances are he’ll love the tropical palm print shirt just as much as you do.
You know he’s been eyeing it, so surprise him on his big day.
To use during long-distance conference calls, of course.
Uncommon Goods ($35)
Music just sounds better on a record player—and now he’ll have an excuse to dust off that box in storage.
Plan this out with your kids and give him a sentimental surprise that will last way longer than a construction paper card.
Uncommon Goods ($10)
If he’s a beer connoisseur, let him experiment with his own brew.
Uncommon Goods ($45)
This water bottle keeps ice frozen and drinks cold for up to 24 hours (wine and beer included).
A stylish carryall that will easily transition from work to travel bag.
A classic that you’ll love stealing from his closet.
Yes, it’s just one man’s point of view, but we have a feeling your guy will find more than enough in common with this hilarious dad-in-training.
Man vs. Child ($13)
Shiny new BBQ toys are his version of our shiny new sandals.
Cathy's Concepts ($32)
No amount of liquid, sand or sticky kid messes will stop the flow of music from these speakers.
Comfortable and breathable, yet sophisticated enough to wear to all of your summer weddings.
Cole Haan ($180)
One he’ll wear all year round.
Outdoor Voices ($100)
Because razors are damn expensive, ya’ll.
Dollar Shave Club (starts $3/month)
Get your whole fam in on a fun afternoon with this link to discount ball game tickets.
Groupon (starting at $5 off)
If he’s a spice lover, this kit will give him full rein in the kitchen.
Uncommon Goods ($35)
If the dad you’re shopping for is a tech junkie, give him the smart home assistant of his dreams.
Cozy, yet understated.
Daniel Buchler ($135)
Because it’s time he graduated from his college duffle.
Might give some clarity about where the curly hair comes from.
Channing Tatum put this limited-edition gift box together with his own dad in mind. Something says if it’s good enough for Mr. Tatum Sr., it’ll be good enough for your old man too.
These will drown out fellow commuters, Top 40-playing gym speakers and screaming kids.
Because it’s time to retire the duct tape.
Even if he’s less excited about this than the whiskey you gave him, he’ll appreciate the investment.
The humor might work best around Christmas, but this detoxifying face scrub works well all year long.
Whether he uses them or not, this tool set will set your guy up.
Hand-Eye Supply ($65)
A subtle but serious way of letting him know you hate his current Old Spice “cologne.”
For the chefs in your life, this new SharkNinja blender has two attachments—a cup for blending smoothies and a bowl for mixing up salsa, hummus or chopped salads.
A waterproof design and go-anywhere durability will let your man direct his adventures with finesse and ease.
A cute way to celebrate your children while still providing a service (other than a daily “Daw”).
Artifact Uprising ($32)
If he’s in need of a feel good novel that’ll teach him the importance of kindness and human interaction, this recent book-turned-movie is a hit.
A Man Called Ove ($10)
Practical, but he’ll be excited about the technology behind this futuristic toothbrush.
A monthly subscription service for the modern gentleman, each box is stuffed with small-batch luxury goods, from cocktail fixings to grilling essentials.
Bespoke Post (starts at $55)
No more complaining about who stole whose chargers.
Father’s Day just so happens to fall right at the beginning of the summer. Hint, hint.
Warby Parker ($95)
These boxes arrive jam-packed with themed treats (like this golf-lover's version), and he’ll have to pry it open à la Ron Swanson to get the goods.
The gold medal gadget of the century. If he doesn’t have one yet, he wants one.
Holy Stone ($35)
He deserves the best nap of his life.
Best Choice Products ($35)
This will surely make up for a few years of patterned ties.
Tag Heuer ($3,200)
Adventure-seekers will love this jack-of-all-trades pocket knife.
Whether he’s more Cab or Pinot, surprise him with a box filled his preferred flavor.
A must read for comedy fans and movie buffs alike, Judd Apatow’s latest book is filled with interviews with everyone from Lena Dunham to Jerry Seinfeld.
Sick in the Head ($13)
If he’s going to insist on using only one product, at least you know it'll get the job done.
For the athletes, a new pair of fresh kicks is always appreciated.
Nike (starts at $65)
If he’s an avid golfer, this neat training club will seriously improve his game.
To tidy up stray hairs and uneven hair lines.
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