Gift GuidePrevious Next
Ultimate Guide to Finding the Best Gifts for Dad
The answer depends on who your dad is. Sure, he's the man who raised you, but he's also an individual with his own interests and opinions. Cater to the man who was your very first role model and is your biggest supporter with a gift that says, "I love you unconditionally, too."
Consider his interests
Is dad the sporty type? Golf lessons might fit him to a "tee." Is he a top-notch chef? Try a customized apron or a killer set of cookware. There's something out there to delight every kind of dad.
Introduce him to a new hobby
Did dad just retire? Sounds like he might need something new to fill up his time and stimulate his mind. A home-brewing kit or a chess set are a few ways to keep dad active - and far from bored.
Play up his personal style
Sometimes the best gifts for dad are things that make him feel dapper. You know dad's personal style; now kick it up a notch with little things like cuff links or cool shades, or more statement-making pieces like a blazer or even a bow tie.
Yes, you know what they say about the way to a man's heart. You may already have dad's heart, but that doesn't mean you can't still please his stomach. A monthly food subscription or a basket full of magnificent munchies are some of the best gifts for dad.
People who love to learn never stop looking for opportunities to educate themselves. If this sounds like dad, gift him a historical book or a documentary DVD set that will enrich his mind.
Maybe he wears a suit to work. Maybe it's a uniform. Whatever his daytime get-up, when he gets home, a hardworking dad just wants to kick back and relax. Help him get comfy with a luxurious robe, a warm set of flannel PJs, or an oh-so-cushy pair of slippers.
Deck out his man cave
If dad's got a spot that's all his own, help him fill it up with things he'll love to be surrounded by. Wall hangings, throw blankets, and picture frames with photos of the family are a few good places to start.
Gift Ideas By Category
Gift Ideas By Price