Start your search now for the perfect gift for your husband or partner this Father’s Day on Sunday, June 18. Whether it’s his first year as a dad or you’ve made this Google search before, we’ll help you find a great gift to celebrate the father of your little ones on his special day.
Tips on Choosing Gifts for Dad
It can be a challenge to come up with a thoughtful gift for Father’s Day. You may have had your list of Mother’s Day gift ideas ready in advance, but identifying what to surprise your partner with on his special day might not be as obvious.
Before buying a gift, consider if you want this gift to be from you or the kids. A gift from a child to their dad could be simple and homemade like a picture they colored or a DIY handprint craft you help them with. And don’t forget the classic, the Best Dad Ever t-shirt never goes out of style.
Keep his personality in mind. Stick to what he likes even if it’s not the typical Father’s Day gift. Every dad is unique and should be celebrated for who they are individually. We put together a list of gifts to help you surprise the man you love this Father’s Day.
23 of the Best Father’s Day Gifts
Planning the perfect present isn’t always easy. Let our Father’s Day gift guide get your ideas flowing!
For Dads at Home
Gifts for the home are practical for everyday use and great for dads who like staying in on the weekends.
The Glider Plus $1,399
The Glider Plus is the ultimate nursery glider for the dad who wants to be functional and comfortable while cuddling up with his little ones. This glider chair is decked out with luxury comfort and tech features like the power recline and lumbar support, and a built-in USB charging port. The adjustable headrest is perfect to support moms and dads regardless of their height difference. So whether Dad is rocking his baby to sleep or singing along to nursery rhymes playing on his phone, The Glider Plus is the very best chair for the job.
Decanter Set $67
This unique gift comes with one decanter, four glasses, and a lasting impression on the friends and family he’ll be showing it off to. A globe-inspired decanter set is an elegant way to display the aged liquor your husband keeps for special occasions.
Personalized Docking Station $44
Help Dad keep his things organized with this personalized docking station found on Etsy. There’s room to neatly store his phone, wallet, watch, glasses, car keys, and other items he uses on a regular basis. Customize the docking station with his name or other design for a gift that’s one of a kind.
Weighted Sleep Mask $25
A gift that all new dads can appreciate is the gift of a good night’s sleep. This weighted sleep mask on Amazon blocks out light and applies gentle pressure to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer—or until the baby wakes up.
For Dads On the Go
If your significant other is always out and about, give him a gift he can take with him wherever he goes.
Bluetooth Speaker $83
This JBL Bluetooth speaker on Amazon is portable and waterproof. It boasts 12 hours of high-quality sound—perfect for the dad who loves to listen to music while he’s working! There are nine different colors to choose from so you can pick his favorite.
Yeti Molle Bottle Opener $10
Dads have a reputation for being fans of Yeti products and this bottle opener is a budget-friendly add-on for the dad who has it all. It attaches to the outside of the Yeti Hopper cooler for quick access to pop the top off of his next cold drink. If you like this idea, but Dad needs a cooler too, check out Yeti’s soft coolers here.
Huckberry Waxed Canvas Cap $44
Head to Huckberry for the dad who wants outdoor gear that’s durable and stylish. The waxed canvas 6-panel hat has the simple style of a baseball cap that can stand up against the elements during Dad’s next outdoor adventure.
Multitool $15 and Up
Multitools are small compact gifts that any handyman will appreciate. They come in a wide variety of styles, all with different capabilities, and a range of prices. This article gives a thorough evaluation of the top ten best multitools and how to choose the right one for the type of dad you’re buying for.
For the Chef of the House
The dads who love to cook will be excited to dig into these mouth-watering gifts.
Grill Masters Club $50
There are subscription boxes for every interest and hobby these days and BBQ grilling is no exception. Choose a box of pre-selected items including dry rubs, sauces, and grilling accessories with no obligation to sign up long-term. Or set up a subscription for your grill master to receive a new box of supplies each month from Grill Masters Club.
Pizza Oven $199
Nothing completes a special Father’s Day like dinner cooked in Dad’s new pizza oven. This Cuisinart Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven can quickly cook up a large pie for the whole family to share or small individual-sized pizzas so everyone can have their favorite toppings.
Kabob Grilling Baskets $20
The kabob grilling baskets from Uncommon Goods get all the grilled flavor on bite-sized pieces of your favorite meats and veggies without the mess and hassle of grilling skewers. Uncommon Goods also offers other grilling and outdoor dining supplies to help Dad serve up something delicious.
Stainless Steel Grilling Tool Set $30
A Father’s Day cookout is a great way to kick off the summer. Surprise your partner with a new set of these stainless steel grilling tools to celebrate the start of grilling season. Designed with food-grade stainless steel and non-slip rubber handles, these grilling essentials are sturdy and easy to clean.
For the Tech-Savvy Dad
Splurge on a high-tech toy for a father who loves the latest gadgets.
Apple AirPods Max $549
Dads who like to stay up to date on the newest tech gear will love the Apple AirPods Max. It’s the ultimate blend of high-quality sound and lightweight comfort in over-the-ear headphones. Apple also offers free engraving on the AirPods Max for a personal touch.
Catch:2 Multi-Device Charger $120
The sleek appeal of Italian leather meets the functionality of a multi-device charger with the Catch:2 from Courant. This wireless charging station can power up two devices at the same time and has a classic look to match any office or living space. You have the option to add a monogram for a customized Father’s Day gift.
Oura Ring Gen3 $349
For the tech Dad that’s also in tune with his body, the Oura Ring Gen3 precisely tracks sleep quality, activity levels, and other changes within the body. Health-conscious dads get a better understanding of their body’s needs with data sent from the ring to their phone with explanations and tips.
Personal Care for Dads
Improve the way he takes care of himself when you upgrade Dad’s personal care items to those made specifically for men.
Manscaped Skin and Haircare Kit $45
Shampoo and conditioner, body wash, deodorant, body spray, and lip balm made for men. A dad who values the importance of hydrating and nourishing his hair and skin will want to try the all-inclusive Ultra Premium Skin and Haircare Kit from Manscaped. And you’ll both love the signature cologne scent of these products.
Dr. Squatch Bar Soap 3-Pack $18
Each bar of natural soap has a manly smell and grit level indicated on the package so you can find just the right amount of exfoliation. With 15 scents to choose from, Dr. Squatch Bar Soap is another solid option for finding hygiene products your husband will actually like.
Shaving Kit $72
Give your partner the barber shop experience at home with the Bevel shaving starter kit that includes a razor with replacement blades, a shaving brush, pre-shave oil, shaving cream, and post-shave balm. It’s the perfect gift for a dad interested in developing a shaving routine that’s nourishing for his skin and facial hair.
Beard Trimmer $143
If the man in your life isn’t looking for a clean shave but still wants to keep his facial hair short and styled, consider gifting him a beard trimmer. This Bevel beard trimmer is cordless and has a rechargeable battery that lasts long enough for six hours of grooming. The adjustable blades allow for perfect precision so he’ll be the best-looking dad in the school pickup line.
For Active Dads
These hand-picked gifts are for the dads in the gym working on their “father figure”.
Weighted Training Ball $30 and Up
Intensify Dad’s workout routine with a weighted training ball. The TRX Slam Ball offers 6 to 50 pounds of weight in a grooved texture ball that’s easy to grab and use during vigorous cardio and strength training exercises.
NOBULL Running Shoes $140
Whether he’s training for a marathon or looking for a comfy all-day sneaker, the Ripstop Runners from NOBULL are the perfect match for his Father’s Day gift. They’re breathable and lightweight, and NOBULL offers a variety of colors and styles to find the right fit for any dad.
Elite Free Standing Heavy Bag $190
Dad can take a break from the weights and change up his workout for Father’s Day with the Elite Free Standing Heavy Bag. He can use this heavy bag to practice boxing and kickboxing and release the parenting stress of the day.
Hydroflask Water Bottle $45
Active dads need to stay hydrated and they will with a high-quality stainless steel water bottle like this 32-ounce wide-mouth Hydroflask. He can easily add ice to his drink with the wide-mouth opening and water stays cold for up to 24 hours. The handle on the lid makes it easy for Dad to take his Hydroflask to every indoor or outdoor workout.
Whichever direction you decide to go with your husband or partner’s gift this year, remember, the best Father’s Day gifts come from the care you put into making this day special for him. No matter what type of dad he is, let your gift remind him of how much he means to you and your family.
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