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Father’s Day Gift Guide

Written by your friends at bümo.

"We hope this list helps you find a unique Father’s day gift that the dad in your life is sure to love and get good use out of!"

Although your dad may say he doesn’t want anything for Father’s Day this year, you know that showing up without a present isn’t really a possibility. It’s only fitting to get him a Father’s Day gift that shows just how much you appreciate him and all that he does for your whole family. That’s why we’ve rounded up our favorite Father’s Day Gifts for all types of dads—so you can buy a present they’ll use and love.

The Globetrotter Dad

Trust us, when we say this tumbler works — New York Mag reviewed it as one of the best coffee travelers. A travel mug beloved for fitting in a car’s cup-holder, this tumbler will keep your dad’s coffee hot (or cold) for the long haul.

Is your husband or dad always losing their keys? Tile is a tiny Bluetooth tracker that pairs with an app on dad’s phone so that he can find and track items at the push of a button. He can use it on his luggage, passport, phone, or other items to ensure they’re never misplaced or lost.

If your husband or dad isn’t a suitcase kind of man, pick up the practical and versatile Tortuga Outbreaker so he can easily carry everything he needs for a four-or five-day trip in a practical and sleek backpack. If he loves traveling light or just needs a new backpack for work, this is the perfect backpack for him!

For the dad who frequently travels for business and always needs to look sharp help him stay organized with this case designed specifically to hold ties, collar stays, and cufflinks. He’ll be able to hop off the plane, grab a wrinkle-free tie, and head straight to his meetings.

THE DRINK ENTHUSIAST

If your dad wants his at-home coffee to taste as good as a cup made by a barista, he’ll appreciate this Chemex pour-over, which comes recommended by Erika Vonie, a certified Q grader (a.k.a. a coffee sommelier).

Cooling Pint Glasses

About two hours before he wants to crack open a cold one, your dad just has to pop these glasses in the freezer for a quick chill. Then he can slowly sip on his ice cold beer without fear of it heating up.

Perfect for stealthy sipping on the beach or at a picnic in the park, this cooler sleeve will keep wine perfectly chilled for hours. Two inner gel packs allow for pre-chilling in the fridge or freezer for optimal temperature retention.

Which dad doesn’t want his own personalized decanter to show off when he pours out whiskey or bourbon for friends? Make him the coolest guy at the party by placing his name onto a decanter set.

Speaking of cocktails, this expert-approved barware set includes a shaker, muddler, strainer, and jigger — or basically everything a cocktail-loving dad would need to concoct his favorite beverage at home.

THE FOODIE DAD

Pitmaster John Stage of New York City’s Dinosaur Bar-B-Que tipped us off to this four-piece stainless-steel barbecue tool set from All-Clad, which contains everything dad might need while manning his grill.

For the dad who watched all of Anthony Bourdain’s shows and misses his friendly but irreverent presence, the late chef’s first cookbook could be both a balm and a resource for new dishes.

For the dad who’s all about handmade pasta, this (expert-recommended) hand-crank machine comes from Italian company Marcato, which has been in the business since 1930. Out of the box, it can make lasagna, fettuccine, and tagliolini (but you — or Dad — can buy accessories that let it do even more).

Co-created by sisters Vanessa and Kim Pham, Omsom delivers traditional Asian spices to any doorstep. There are plenty of options to choose from, but this sampler of Southeast Asian spices seems particularly giftable to a dad who can never have enough flavor.

For the dad who wants to dabble in the art of sushi, Eunice Byun swears by this inexpensive knife that a fisherman recommended for making it at home. It’s not a proper sushi knife, but Byun says it’s good enough to get Dad started until he wants to upgrade to a higher-end model.

THE NERDY DAD

For the Dad who can’t stop adding to his comic collection, this book chronicles the rivalry between the two titans of the comic book industry. Complete with interviews, Slugfest reveals the arsenal of schemes the two companies have employed in their attempts to outmaneuver the competition.

This tumbler allows Dad to show off his Star Wars love while still being subtle and professional looking. He can choose between six characters as well as canteen and stemless designs.

Let your Dad back into his peak geek video gaming days by buying him this vintage Nintendo System. It comes with 30 pre – installed games including Mario, Pac-Man, and Donkey Kong.

If you know anyone who loves Lord of the Rings or Tolkien in general, this high quality wooden bookmark is the gift for them. We recommend buying them a book to go with it too! 

Hand of the King Bottle Opener

This bottle opener is based on the Hand of the King prop from Game of Thrones. If your special one is still in love with the series, books or TV, this is a practical gift.

DON'T FORGET ABOUT GRANDPA

If he’s already a KanJam pro, introduce him to this Swedish block-tossing game that supposedly dates back to Viking times.

If he’s mentioned wanting to make his own kimchi or pickles, give him this all-in-one kit that will get him fermenting in no time.

He’ll appreciate this sleek pair of pruners, which are a favorite of the New York Botanical Garden’s director of glasshouse horticulture and senior curator of orchids.

Crafted from pale wood, this ten-in-one tool is a bit more handsome than most and will help him with any household project.

Finding the perfect present for dad can be tricky. That’s why each of these picks can apply to all types of interests, and we included Grandpa too! We hope this list helps you find a unique Father’s day gift that the dad in your life is sure to love and get good use out of!

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