To help you find the best gifts for Dad, ones that are just as easy to buy as a new pair of socks but speak to his real interests and hobbies, we’ve put all our best Father’s Day gift ideas here. That includes gifts for outdoorsy dads, golf dads, even dads who love a designer label. Consider this your one-stop shop for all the things he’ll actually want.
Start with this roundup of some of the best Father’s Day gifts for every type of dad, from the DIY dad to the dad with sore feet, who will almost certainly love this heated foot massager. Bonus: All of these are on Amazon, mostly with two-day shipping.
If you’re trying to buy a tech gift for dad, but you’re not tech-savvy yourself, this is the guide for you. There’s up-to-date tech gifts at every price point, from a set of smart plugs under $50 to these well-reviewed noise-canceling headphones.
Because babies somehow make everything sticky, a screen cleaner to help Dad keep his computer, cell phone, or tablet tidy — along with 24 other actually useful first Father’s Day gifts.
We talked with brewers and beer enthusiasts to find the best Father’s Day beer gifts that are more exciting than another branded pint glass, like this ergonomic but unique bottle opener.
This 3-foot-long putting training board might be helpful for the dad who’s really trying to fine-tune his game, but we’ve also rounded up plenty of other golf gifts for dads at every skill level.
For the dad who’d rather be camping — or hiking or riding his bike or swimming or even just walking around outside — we’ve rounded up the best Father’s Day gifts for outdoorsmen, including this backpack from Topo Designs.
We found the cheapest, nicest gifts from designer brands for the dad who likes labels, or just enjoys the finer things in life, like this Tom Dixon candle.
We rounded up the best coffee-table books to give as gifts, and there are lots of dad-friendly titles, like this retrospective book that features over 400 historical photographs and rare concept renderings, pulled directly from NASA’s archives.
We found 19 of the best gifts for every type for dad who grills, including this handy barbecue-friendly Drillbrush that’ll keep his grill grate clean.
If your dad is constantly complaining about that crick in this neck, or any lingering aches and pains, gift him a massage therapist-approved Theragun. Though if he wants something a little less intense, writer Karen Iorio Adelson rounded up 16 other gifts for dads with bad backs.
To find the best gifts for the dad who’s into bird-watching, writer Dominique Pariso talked to eight bird-watching experts about the gifts they themselves would want — almost all of whom recommended getting binoculars, like these lightweight waterproof ones.
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