A Father’s Day Gift Guide



With a little thoughtfulness, you’re sure to find a present that will make his face light up.

When it comes to gift-giving, men can be tough to buy for. So how do you find a gift that will make a lasting impression? The key is to focus on practicality. Is this something he’d use every day? Men are usually functional creatures. My favorite things in life are items that I use every day and that make my life materially better. For example, I love my Nespresso coffee maker because it makes it easy for me to get my caffeine fix first thing in the morning. If you can find a gift that meets a practical need, you’re sure to find a winner.

If you’re like most people, you probably wait until the last minute to start thinking about what to get your dad or husband for Father’s Day. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Here are a few great gift ideas that might help spark your mind. In the end, the key is to think about what he loves and find a gift that speaks to his interests. With a little thoughtfulness, you’re sure to find a present that will make his face light up.


Pocket Folding Multitool

Any dad worth his salt knows that a trusty multi-tool is an essential part of everyday life. Whether he’s opening a new toy for the kiddos or fending off bears while camping, a knife, pliers, and screwdriver set is something he needs in his arsenal. And when it’s all folded up into a handy little package, it’s even better. He’ll thank you for it, even if he never has to use it to fend off a bear.

Yeti Rambler Can Insulator

If you live in the south, you can relate to grabbing an ice-cold drink out of the cooler only to have it go warm in 10 mins from the summer heat. Don’t let that happen to dad this year with one of these can insulators from Yeti. Available in both regular and tall sizes, they’re perfect for keeping his drink cold all day long – even in the hottest weather. Go for bonus points by customizing it with his favorite team or logo.

Char-Griller Duo Gas/Charcoal Grill

If there’s one thing that all dads have in common, it’s a love of outdoor grilling. Whether cooking on gas or charcoal, grilling is a universal language that dads speak fluently. I’ve owned my share of grills over the years, and this is by far my favorite. It’s held up great under three years of heavy use, and it even has an offset firebox you can add for smoking. No matter what his grilling preference, this grill is sure to please.

Bespoke Post Subscription Box

Every man deserves something that is curated specifically to his taste. After all, who knows what he likes better than he does? That’s where Bespoke Post comes in. By answering a series of questions and selecting interests, they will curate a box of goodies specifically for him on a monthly basis. And with the ability to skip any month, there’s no pressure to keep up with it. So start him out on his first box!

Bodum Chambord French Press

Is he a coffee lover? Easy. This classic Bodum French Press will brew him a consistent and flavorful cup of coffee in just 4 minutes. There’s a reason it has been around since the 1970s. If he’s not a coffee drinker, there’s no need to worry. It can also make tea, so he can enjoy his favorite hot beverage any time of day.


Let’s face it, guys have it pretty easy when it comes to fashion. They can pretty much throw on a pair of jeans and a tee and call it a day. But that doesn’t mean they can’t accessorize with some nice shades on a sunny day. Splurge on a pair of sunglasses that he can add to his wardrobe. Classic Ray Ban Aviators or Oakley Holbrooks are always a great choice. But if you think he’d like something with more of a statement, I love the 9Five brand.

No matter what you get this year for the Dad in your life, make sure they feel celebrated, and loved for surviving another year of fatherhood.

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