If your dad is like mine, he doesn’t really need anything. When he does, he goes out and buys it himself, which makes finding a suitable gift pretty hard. Giving him a tie is lame. Golf balls are too expected. Gift certificates are too impersonal. So, what’s a good son to do?
If your dad’s a diehard vinyl collector, there’s no more stylish turntable than this one from Shinola. It’s made in Detroit by local workers and has a lifetime warranty, so you know you’re buying quality.
For the dad who’s a weekend warrior with an affinity for watches, this handsome, Swiss-made, automatic watch is a perfect present. Its stainless steel bracelet looks great with a suit or jeans and a tee, and its 38-hour power reserve means he won’t have to reset it each morning.
The ultimate grown-up toy, this drone comes with free delivery and professional training. It can fly for up to 30 minutes and more than four miles in any direction—all while shooting ultra high-resolution 4K video. When you’re done, the blades fold up neatly for easy transportation.
Iron horse shoes are nothing new, but a leather and shearling carrying case puts a luxe spin on a time-honored tradition shared by fathers and sons. Backyard games never looked so good.
With a striking display, four speakers, an adaptive pen that never needs charging, this powerful tablet is likely to replace dad’s current computer altogether.
Your dad’s deserves better than a throwaway, ballpoint pen. The woven stainless steel body isn’t just beautiful—it’ll conform to his hand as he writes. Invest in this, and you’re pretty much guaranteed a thank you note.
Whether he’s an experienced musician or a beginner in need of lessons, this classic guitar—originally launched in 1954—is sure to be the crescendo of his day.
These shades will make any guy look instantly younger and cooler. The lightweight titanium temples and stylish Japanese acetate frames flatter any face shape. And its polarized lenses make glare a thing of the past.
The blend of wool, silk, and linen in this Japanese-made blazer makes it the perfect sidekick for any summer soiree. Tell dad it’s not just for dressy occasions, either. He can wear it with jeans, chinos—even shorts, if he likes.
For a modern dad who appreciates the shiny things in life, this reflective, chrome-plated lamp is an elegant, eye-catching way to fill your space with warm light.
If he’s a fan of short sleeves, buy him the Rolls Royce of polo shirts. This linen and cotton blend—made by the Italian king of luxury—makes it the most luxe shirt of its kind on the market.
Don’t let your father travel with the same forgettable black luggage as everyone else. This sleek, easy-to-close aluminum roller will look better with every nick and ding.
You’d never buy him a vacuum, but a vacuuming robot that cleans for him? That’s a guaranteed home run. This newest model is Alexa compatible. The only thing dad will need to say for spotless floors: “Alexa, tell Rooma to start.”
There’s nothing luxurious about aerosol can with artificial fragrance. Keep dad’s abode smelling great the natural way with this rich incense and floral candle from a classic, 374-year-old French fragrance house.
This sleek, leather-bound tray can organize dad’s life, be it his office accessories, ties, watches, stationary—or even just his remote controls.