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40 Thoughtful Father’s Day Gifts for Every Kind of Dad

They’ll show him just how much he really means to you.

It’s not just you: Dads are nearly impossible to shop for. You can get by on tool sets, ties, and grills for a while, but there are only so many of those kinds of presents that money can buy. And, if we’re being honest, it’s not like he knows what he wants, either. But you love the guy—and it might be time to switch up your usual gift-giving plan come Father’s Day.

This year, with the vaccination effort in full swing and some sense of normalcy finally on the horizon, Father’s Day presents a perfect opportunity to get him something unexpected that’ll remind him of everything he loves to do. Has he mastered running recently? Does he eat more pizza than anyone else you know? Is he waiting for the first opportunity to take his new camper on the road? The best Father’s Day gifts are unique and personal, and above all, they should show him just how much he really means to you.

With plenty of time before the big day on Sunday, June 20, we’re rounding up gifts that any kind of father—from the weekend warrior to the home chef, the aspiring musician to the brand-new dad—will appreciate. Plus, you can also find subscription-based gifts below, meaning you don’t have to worry about wrapping them up and sending them his way. Ready to get shopping? Head here to find the best Father’s Day gift ideas that any dad will appreciate.

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December 3, 2023

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