10 Truly Excellent Father’s Day Gifts

10 Truly Excellent Father?s Day Gifts
10 Truly Excellent Father?s Day Gifts


Most dads don’t ask for much. The selfless nature of fatherhood, while rewarding, lends itself to crummy presents. (Nothing says, “thanks for raising me” quite like an Applebee’s gift card.) Why not step it up this year with one of these surefire Father’s Day picks? Those riblets don’t stand a chance.


Magnesium Fire Starter: Patience is a virtue—one a lot of fathers have yet to master. So save him from rubbing two sticks together with this magnesium fire starter, complete with an elk antler handle. $36,


Ballpark Blueprints: There is nothing dads love more than hanging sports memorabilia on every wall. A blueprint of Augusta National or Wrigley Field is artwork he can appreciate. $60 to $205,


Yeti Hopper 20 Cooler: Dads love cold beer. Coolers keep beer cold. Ergo, dads love coolers. The Hopper 20’s Coldcell Insulation keeps beverages cold for days and the leak-proof construction can withstand some serious abuse. $300,


Ursa Major x Topo Designs Grooming Kit: If Dad is still marinating in Aqua Velva after a shave, consider this grooming setup. The sweet Topo Designs dopp kit is stocked with the full Ursa Major Natural skincare regimen. $125,


Victory Journal: Victory Journal is truly in a league of its own. Shedding the stats and scores, Victory delivers raw, personal writing about athletes and their pursuits. $41/6 issues,


Parrott Canvas Mechanic Bag: This heavy-duty waxed cotton tote suits a variety of hobbyists. Hunters, mechanics and general tinkerers will appreciate the classic design and rugged durability. $138,


Gerber Skyridge AO: You know that tie you bought for your old man? Return it and buy this knife, which flicks into action at the touch of a button. It’s primed for any adventure, but even if the blade only touches the inside of an envelope, Dad will appreciate the quick response and quality craftsmanship. $45,


Catalyst Case: This waterproof, drop-proof phone protector is a solid option for adventurers—or accident-prone pops. The surprisingly slim sheath is rated waterproof up to 16.4 feet and can be casually dropped from up to six feet. $70,


Stuart & Co Bitchin’ BBQ: BBQ season just got a lot more interesting. This bitchin’ all-purpose sauce has notes of coffee, bourbon and Turkish pepper that compliment a variety of meat. $15,


Johnnie Walker Black Label: Johnnie Walker Black Label: This blended Scotch has been around for almost two centuries for a reason. Drawing whisky from the finest distilleries across Scotland, the award-winning Black Label is as rich and smooth as they come. $30,

What do you think?

Written by Dhruv Puri

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

12 Shining Moments in Manhood

Friday Drink Special: The Old Cuban

Friday Drink Special: The Old Cuban