13 awesome Father’s Day gifts for every type of dad

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Father’s Day falls on June 20 this year, and with how quickly summer days fly by, the holiday is going to be here faster than you can buy a new necktie.

This year, give dad something that says “thanks for everything.” Whether your idea of a Father’s Day gift is a heartfelt card, whipping up his favorite meal at home or something unique and tied up with a bow, you really can’t go wrong. 

From fresh swim trunks for days spent outside to a hot sauce of the month club that keeps on giving, we’ve rounded up 13 of our favorite gift ideas that will help you spoil your dad on Father’s Day, no matter his style. Shop them all below.

Dagne Dover Arlo Tech Pouch, $45

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Help dad organize all of his tech essentials, from his charging cords to earbuds, with this sleek zippered pouch.

Hot Sauce of the Month Club, $14.99/month for one bottle

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Spice up your dad’s meals with this hot sauce of the month club — and don’t worry, you can choose how hot you want the sauces to be.

Bose SoundLink® Micro Bluetooth® Speaker, $99

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This mini speaker works with Bluetooth, has a 30-foot wireless range and has been given a 4.5 out of 5-star rating at Nordstrom. 

Yard Dice, $50

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No matter what game you choose, playing outside with oversized items is sure to make any afternoon more fun.

New York Times Custom Front Page Puzzle, $49.95

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Highlight dad’s birthday (or any other significant day) with this customizable NYT front page 500-piece puzzle

J.Crew Garment-dyed slub cotton hoodie, $59.50

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Treat dad to a plush sweatshirt made of jersey fabric — grab it in teal, purple, orange, blue or olive.

Jack Black Beard Grooming Set, $35

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Help him keep his beard looking good when he can’t go to the barber with this four-piece kit from Jack Black.

Crosley Radio Cruiser Deluxe Turntable, $59.95

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Take your dad’s old record collection up a notch with this affordable turntable. Snag it in over 20 colors.

Bonobos Riviera Recycled Swim Trunks, $79

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Whether you’ll be hanging at the beach, the pool or the front yard this summer, help dad stay in style with these swim trunks.

Ray-Ban Justin 54mm Polarized Sunglasses, $138.40 (Orig. $173)

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Ray-Bans never go out of style. Treat dad to a classic pair with polarized lenses like the Justin.

Parenting Championship Pint Glasses, $35

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Toast his parenting abilities (from getting kids into bed to getting them to calm down) with these fun pint glasses

Outdoor Voices High Stride 5″ Short, $68

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Whether your dad is a gym buff or is newly working out, these shorts are great for anyone that’s getting active.

Tabletop Cornhole, $50

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Bring the outdoors in with this cornhole board that you can easily play at your kitchen table.

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