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If you’re trying to find the best Father’s Day gift for the grand poobah in your life, you should reach for the kinds of luxuries that’ll make his life a little easier, a little more pleasant, or both. After all, being a parent is no easy task, so anything you can do to ease the rigor of daily life—or smooth over the rough edges of the reality of raising kids—should be a welcome addition to his roster of favorite products.
To help in your search, we scoured the expanse of the Word Wide Web, selecting the greatest styles, steaks, tech, gear, and even jewelry, all of which will surely impress and delight. And while it really is the thought that counts, isn’t it more fun for everyone when those thoughts lead gift-givers to unique and memorable objects and experiences?
Below, you’ll find some of the year’s best Father’s Day gifts for dear ol’ dad.
London Sock Co. The Traditional Set
If your dad has socks that are older than you are, it’s well past time for an upgrade. This set of six pairs of socks will have him covered for most of the week. You can even keep his sock drawer stocked with fresh pairs with the brand’s subscription service.
Buy Now on London Sock Co.: $126
Yeti Panga Waterproof Backpack
If your dad likes to bring a cold one—or a cold few—to the beach or on a hike, this backpack cooler is a great option. It’ll keep plenty of drinks, from water to pale ales, at refreshing temperatures for hours. Even better, its straps and construction will keep Dad’s hands free to deal with whatever the great outdoors may throw his way.
Matéo Onyx & 14K Gold Bracelet
Some Father’s Day gifts are utilitarian and practical, and others, such as this Todd Reed bracelet, deliver something lasting and more emotional. The handmade onyx bead bracelet is both sleek and rugged, clasped together with 14-karat gold. It’s the kind of signature piece a guy can live in, and it will quickly become his talisman.
Buy Now on Matches Fashion: $250
Montblanc Explorer Fragrance
Most dads are too busy with the work of fatherhood to find a different fragrance for every occasion. Montblanc Explorer is the rare scent that works in a variety of settings from the office to a soccer game to a formal affair after hours. With its crowd-pleasing notes of bergamot, vetiver, and patchouli leaf, it develops from bright and citrusy and settles into a grounded amber zone during its considerable wear time. It’s almost as hardworking as the guys who wear it—almost.
Robb Report Sodhani Vineyards Estate Cabernet Gift Bundle
Robb Report’s 672 Napa Valley Wine Club is offering a vintage Cabernet vertical crafted by superstar winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown. It includes one bottle of each 2015, 2017, and 2019 Sodhani Vineyards Estate Cabernet Sauvignon and is available exclusively at the bottle release price of $375 (valued at $465). This special three-bottle vertical makes the perfect gift for Father’s Day, friends, or to indulge in for yourself. Thomas Rivers Brown is known for his ability to create incredible 100-Point Cabernets and has earned his place as one of California’s most accomplished and influential winemakers.
Baccarat Harmonie Whiskey Decanter
Of course, what’s a delicious whiskey without a stunning place to put it? Baccarat’s Harmonie decanter comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, but we prefer the squared edges of this model, which give it an elegant look on your bar cart and heft in the hand that makes it feel like a luxury to touch. Your dad may run out of the whiskey, but he’ll think of the drinks you shared every time he sees this decanter.
Buy Now on Bergdorf Goodman: $900
Remy Martin XO Cognac
Dear ol’ dad will always appreciate a kiss and hug on Father’s Day, but what’s just as warm and sentimental as this sweet gesture is a nice bottle of XO from Remy Martin. The tasty spirit will surely liven his, well, spirit—especially if you toast to his gregarious character.
Luke’s Lobster Lobster Roll Kit
Nothing says summer quite like a lobster roll. If you can’t take your dad to Maine for the freshest take on the classic sandwich, have it delivered. Luke’s Lobster will send enough buns, lobster meat, and classic seasoning to feed four people—or you and your dad can just have two each.
Buy Now on Luke’s Lobster: $144
Christofle Mood 24-Piece Flatware Set
A dad that’s prone to throwing lavish dinner parties understands that regular flatware isn’t going to cut. He’s going to need something exceptional. He’s going to need something that’ll really impress guests. He’s going to need something that’ll set the mood. And hitting all these targets is this 24-piece set from Christofle, a truly kingly gift.
Buy Now on Bloomingdale’s: $1,980
The Techniform Moccamaster’s classic ’60s design isn’t its only great selling point. The Specialty Coffee Association of America places the machine high on its list of certified homebrewers because it produces a great-tasting pot of joe every time. If your dad needs an extra boost of energy every morning, he’ll appreciate the consistent excellence.
Buy Now on Saks Fifth Avenue: $329
Coravin Pivot+ Wine Preservation System
The original Coravin device can extract a glass of wine from a vaunted bottle and preserve the rest of its contents indefinitely. Its newer Pivot Plus model is designed to keep bottles fresh for up to four weeks, so it’s better for less precious wines that your dad still may only want to have a glass of occasionally.
Lunya Washable Silk Sleep Mask
Sleep is important for everyone but especially for hardworking parents. Help your dad get into his REM cycle faster with this luxe silk sleeping mask.
Buy Now on Bloomingdale’s: $48
Muhle Rytmo Shaving Set
If your dad likes a clean shave, there’s no better way to deliver it than with a classic double-edged safety razor set. This one from the German brand Muhle includes a razor, a brush, a soap dish, and a stand that’ll keep it all neatly tucked away.
Krewe St. Louis Classic Sunglasses
In lieu of a nice trip for two to Louisiana, give your dad a slice of the Big Easy with these eye-catching sunglasses from Krewe, a brand that celebrates the fun and vibrancy of New Orleans.
Jaxon Lane Bro Masks
Dads who like to wear their facial hair in a variety of ways, from stubble to full James Harden, can be a little harder to shop for. Jaxon Lane’s fan-favorite hydrating face masks come in two parts: one for the forehead, nose, and cheeks, and another for everything below your nostrils. That means that no matter what’s going on with his hair, your dad will always be able to give his skin the boost it needs.
Material Table Knives
Serrated steak knives are great—until they start to lose their edge. If your dad likes making and serving the occasional porterhouse or rib-eye at home, he may prefer Material’s relatively new table knives, whose straight edges will be a lot easier to sharpen and maintain over the long haul.
Evermill Spice Rack
Speaking of the kitchen, a surefire way to help your dad get the most out of homemade meals is to make sure he never runs out of spices. Evermill’s well-designed spice rack (which also comes in an in-drawer version) will help him do just that. If he ever notices that he’s running low on cumin or paprika, a replacement is just a few clicks away.
Ghurka Duffle Bag
If you’re shopping for a jet-setter, the next best thing to actual private plane time is a piece of luggage that will look great and stand up to a lot of mileage. Ghurka’s sturdy canvas duffle will carry everything your dad needs for a long weekend in classic style.
Zippo Armor Brushed Brass
Even if your dad has given up smoking, there are plenty of reasons he’ll appreciate an attractive lighter. From lighting candles and incense sticks to burning the odd flyaways off his favorite jacket, this beautiful take on the classic can do it all.
DS & Durga Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Fragrance Set
A tree-shaped gas station car air freshener isn’t a gift, it’s a cry for help. But these stylish fragrances from DS & Durga bring the Brooklyn brand’s high-end scents to the car-collecting dad’s favorite space.
Olive Oil and Aged Balsamic Vinegar Set
Dads who like to grill are already well equipped with the tools they need for backyard barbecues. Help him add a little extra flavor to what he’s cooking up with this set of delicious olive oil and thick, aged balsamic vinegar.
Buy Now on Williams Sonoma: $73
Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Q3848422 Watch
It was 1884 when Antoine LeCoultre, at his workshop in Le Sentier, Switzerland, made history. Here, he invented an instrument that measured time to the micron. And just three years later, he would come up with a system that didn’t require a key to wind and set a watch. It was this mastery at creating movements that catapulted LeCoultre into the limelight. Several decades later, in 1931, the company debuted the Reverso, a style that is noted for its rectangular case and Art Deco design. Its a timepiece that combines technical prowess and exceptional style, a truly worth gift for the grand poobah in your life.
Buy Now on Watches of Switzerland: $13,300
Wolf and Shepherd Crossover Hiker WTZ Boots
Speaking of adventurers, if your dad is the stylish outdoorsy type, a man that likes to stroll the wilderness just as much as he likes to walk the streets of the big city, this Crossover Hiker boots from Wolf and Shepherd is just what he needs.
Buy Now on Wolf and Shepherd: $299
Meat N’ Bone Japanese Wagyu A5 Taste Tester
It’s hard to go wrong getting Dad steaks for Father’s Day, but with so many cuts to choose from, it can be tough to decide on the right one. Opt for the unexpected choice that’s sneakily a chef’s favorite: Japanese Wagyu beef.
John Hardy Industrial Band Ring
Men’s jewelry doesn’t work for everyone, but John Hardy’s sterling-silver and rhodium ring is an exception. It’s a sleek, masculine, and a great conversation starter (tongues won’t wag because it’s blingy but because the silhouette has presence and inside detail). It gives any dad a “cool” factor.
Common Projects Achilles Sneakers
You can never have enough sneakers in your wardrobe. Make sure your guy has the hottest model for Father’s Day: a simple, clean white low-top. We have the best option from Common Projects. The challenge will be keeping them clean.
Buy Now on Neiman Marcus: $465
Randolph Engineering Concorde Sunglasses
You can’t go wrong with aviator style sunglasses. They are timeless, ageless, and look good on everyone. These sunglasses are a great option for Dad: They are made in 23-karat gold, have polarized lenses, and are scratch-resistant.
Hawthorne Shower Starter Set
Not only is the packaging modern and masculine, but the products smell clean and refreshing and can be personally tailored to Dad’s preferences through an online quiz. We love the little invigorating kick you get from the peppermint and eucalyptus. Hawthorne pays attention to the details of creation, making things as natural as possible and free of nasty chemicals.
Tatuaje Nuevitas Jibaro No.1 Cigar
This is a repeat performance for Tatuaje, as part of a multi-cigar celebration of the brand’s 15th anniversary in 2018. The cigar was first brought out some years ago and then inexplicably discontinued. However, in its reincarnation, it is being made by Pepín Garcia in his My Father Cigars factory in Estelí (Garcia also helped craft the original Nuevitas Jibaro) and all the remembered spiciness of this well-constructed 5 x 54 Nicaraguan puro are brought back. With a smooth and oily Corojo 99 wrapper that purposely falls just short of covering the complete filler (which results in a shag foot that, combined with some ligero in the blend, adds a bit of a kick to the first few puffs), this is a carefully crafted late night smoke brimming with cocoa, a hint of orange zest (perhaps a subliminal effect from the predominantly orange band), white pepper, and mustard seed. It is both refined and slightly rustic, which is what Pete Johnson, the brand’s owner, was going for when he named it Nuevitas, a rural city about 400 miles from Havana, and Jibaro, which loosely translated, refers to someone who works in the fields.
Buy Now on Atlantic Cigar: $475
Top Shelf Award-Winning Taste Experience
We’ve listed some stellar finds for Father’s Day already, but if you’re looking to make a grand gesture, consider an impromptu trip to Las Vegas for Top Shelf’s Award-Winning Taste Experience. From June 16 to 17, both of you can take a deep dive into the world of luxury wine, craft beer, and, of course, spirits via a selection of master classes and a glittering awards gala. If all this is right up your alley, make sure to book your tickets now on ReserveBar while there’s still available spots.