He’s the type of guy who says he doesn’t want any gifts, but we all know you can't show up without a present.
What do you get the man who already has everything his heart desires? Something he didn’t know he wanted, but totally does. Here are eight ideas:
IPA Beer Making Kit, Williams-Sonoma, $44.95
He loves beer, but has he ever had the joy of making his own? This kit includes brewing equipment and ingredients to brew IPA, including enough malt, grain, hops and yeast for a first batch. Cheers to that!
Bridgestone Tour B330-RX Personalized Golf Balls, Golfballs.com, $42.95
Customize a set of golf balls with his initials, a special message (i.e., “Hit the ball, not the grass!”), or even his picture.
Collegiate Needlepoint Cufflinks, Smathers & Branson, $55
For the man who still has school spirit after all these years, get him this little reminder of those glorious days on campus. Many school logos are available.
Crown Royal Gift Set, Walmart, $42.97
Make him feel like royalty with the Canadian whisky that was first created as a gift for the King and Queen of England. The set, which includes two glasses and a 1.75-liter bottle, is available in stores only.
Box of Awesome, Bespoke, $55 per box or $45 with subscription
You can either buy a single box or a subscription to this limited-edition, themed collection of men's lifestyle gear. Up-and-coming brand items, ranging from things like grooming products to camping gear, are available.
Humans of New York by Brandon Stanton, $17.04
If your dad loves telling stories, he’ll love this inspiring No. 1 New York Times bestseller from photographer and blogger Brandon Stanton. Featuring 400 color photos and anecdotes from New Yorkers, it’s not only a beautiful book, but a captivating one as well.
Ultimate Shave on the Go, The New York Shaving Company, $50
This travel shaving kit includes all the essentials — pre-shave oil, shaving cream, after-shave balm and a badger shaving brush — in a TSA-compliant zip-up bag.
Golf Mug, Kikkerland Design, $12
This is for all those times he’s sitting at his desk, dreaming of being on the golf course. Bonus: The putter doubles as a ballpoint pen so he can keep track of his score!