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Dads are notoriously hard to buy for. Father’s Day is coming up quickly on June 20th, so it’s time to start thinking about what to get him. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite products for dad of all types. Whether your dad is a style icon, a whiskey lover, or an outdoorsman, we’ve got ideas that we think he’ll love.

For The Whiskey-Loving Dad

A must-have for the library of any true whiskey connoisseur, “The Impossible Collection of Whiskey” from Assouline is a carefully crafted homage to a liquor long revered as the “water of life.”

$995

For The Stylish Dad

Billy Reid’s Terry Dover Crew is an essential seasonal layer. Distressed-leather elbow patches, piping detail at armhole, and fine lightweight terry make this the perfect mix of style and comfort.

$198

For The Tech-Loving Dad

The Oakywood 2 in 1 Headphone Stand with Wireless Charger is beautifully handcrafted in solid walnut or oak wood. The 10W wooden wireless charging headphone stand enables fast effective charging of your device is a sleek addition an any workspace.

$109


For The Pizza-Obsessed Dad

The Roccbox is a restaurant-grade portable pizza oven for your backyard that will allow dad to satisfy any pizza craving that might strike.

$499

For The Dad With A Green Thumb

Inspired by old world Japanese design, this Barebones Pruner is constructed from durable steel and classic copper accents. The weather-resistant 900D polyester sheath has a metal belt clip for convenience.

$40

For the Poker-Playing Dad

Take poker night to the next level with the Smythson Playing Cards Twin Pack. These gilt-edged, navy and Nile Blue playing cards are made in England and come in an elegant Nile Blue box.

$95


For The Dad Who’s A Kid At Heart

Help dad build the ultimate getaway car with the LEGO® Porsche 911. This LEGO kit is an immersive building project that features 1,458 pieces and authentic Porsche 911 features. Dad can choose if he wants to construct the LEGO Porsche 911 as a Targa or Turbo model.

$149

For The Adventurous Dad

Named for Eli Wallach’s character in “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly,” the Tuco teardrop trailer is compact, tough, and perfect for the adventurer who needs a workhorse by day and a comfortable, quiet camping haven by night

$16,500

For The Cool Dad

This photograph catches the “King of Cool” Steve McQueen in 1963 driving one of his favorites: the 1956 Jaguar XK SS Convertible. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood black or white frame that’s ready to hang.

$249+


For The Homebody Dad

Vince’s Porter Slipper is a shearling-lined leather slipper that features a rubber sole, so dad can stay stylish and comfortable while hanging around the house.

$195

For The Dad Who Needs A Massage

The Therabody Wave Solo is an ultra-portable smart vibration therapy device that delivers pinpointed pressure and vibration to focused areas for reduced tension and improved movement.

$79

For The Carnivore Dad

The First Class Filets Pack from Snake River Farms includes six 8 oz. American Wagyu filets mignons. Basically the best beef in America—delivered straight to dad’s door.

$375


For The DIY Dad

The Northern Brewer Craft Beer Making Kit With Siphonless Fermenter includes all the ingredients and equipment dad needs to make 1 gallon of craft homebrew that will be ready to enjoy in about 6 weeks.

$70

For The Dad Who Appreciates Craftsmanship

Hand-forged from premium carbon steel in Charleston, South Carolina, each Smithey Ironware Co. Carbon Steel Farmhouse Oval Roaster has a truly one-of-a-kind look and feel. It’s perfect for roast chicken and vegetables, grilled fish, baked gratins and much more.

$275

For the Fly Fisherman

REYR Gear’s First Cast Fly Rod was designed to bridge the gap between minimalist and overly-technical design. Each is is sold completely assembled with a telescoping rod, an internal line system, and an attached reel to eliminate setup time and have you fishing within seconds of getting to the river.

$279
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