For the father with a bit of flare – custom chinos.
Don't buy pants as gifts — It's an unspoken rule.
New York-based Men's Custom Chino however does away with that particular piece of etiquette for you. Schedule dad a fitting in one of the company's 12 showrooms, and they'll make a pair of pants that fit better (and are more adventurous) than any off-the-rack pants hanging in his closet.
For the father who's really just a big kid – a next-level toy helicopter.
Drones are the new rave, able to capture spectacular mid-air fireworks footage, or maneuver through tricky drone races, and because of that, it is becoming a hobby with a notable following — especially for dad's who are really just big kids on the inside.
For the beginner dad looking for a new hobby, we recommend the Blade 200QX drone, capable of speed and agility for a reasonable price tag.
For the coffee addicted father — the perfect coffee kit.
Intelligentsia is a coffee company. Soma is a water filter. Together they've joined forces to make a super easy to use, free trade, environmentally friendly coffee kit for $75.
The thing's basically unbreakable too, which is good for a dad who drinks til his hands shake a little.
For the new father with no time — Sprezzabox
New dads don't have time to go shopping for the little things that make their wardrobe look polished and current. That's where Sprezzabox comes in. It's a subscription service that sends dad the accessories he need without him having to think about it.
Price: $28 a month.
For the outdoorsy father — A windbreaker that packs itself.
If your dad likes to rough it he should be totally prepared for the elements. That's why San Francisco's Welcome Stranger created this lightweight windbreaker that folds into a little pouch. More room for snacks that way.
For the father who needs a new hobby — a Solé bike.
If your dad needs a new hobby and you want to start him out, getting him a Solé bike is a solid choice. Think of Solé as the Warby Parker of bikes. The company makes high performance wheels that costs under $400.
For the cigar aficionado – an assortment of cigars from around the world.
An assortment of cigars from Alec Bradley to go with that pocket watch. And while you're at it, why not let his palate take a trip around the world?
Although not the healthiest gift, cigars certainly are a smokey guilty pleasure that will earn oohs and ahs from friends and co-workers.
For the father who loves his shows – all the best television in one place.
For many, cable is a thing of the past as streaming services Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and Amazon have taken the primetime position. But how about compounding all three and more into one on on the big screen with Roku 3?
For the wannabe barista – an expert espresso maker.
Caffeine-addicts might enjoy trying a new way to brew coffee using air pressure. Aerobie's Aeropress coffee and espresso maker, retailed by Crate and Barrel, is a fast and stylish way to get a smooth and grit-free brew.
For the father who knows how to treat himself – a men's spa day.
Mothers aren't the only ones who enjoy a good primp and pamper — any one can relate to the pleasure of complete relaxation.
Try booking an appointment at the Hey Man Day Spa if you're looking to purchase a facial or relaxing massage, or ring up Mortal Man if dad's open to a waxing, deep-pore cleansing, or a detox foot bath. Both establishments are in New York.
BONUS: For the father with luck on his side — enter to win some swag.
Paul Evans is one of our favorite direct to consumer men's accessory brands, and they're having an awesome contest for Father's Day. Enter and you can win matching Italian leather shoes, a belt and a bag. Together these items would run you about $1,200 on their site.