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7 Father’s Day Gifts Dad Will Love

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Why is it that dad’s are so famously hard to shop for? It seems like every Father’s Day gifts list is the same as the next, assuming that all dads just so happen to golf, wear ties, and drink vintage bourbon. And grill, we can’t forget that either. It’s mildly amusing that in reality, a lot of dads do in fact do all or some of those things, but most also do not. Which makes shopping for a perfect Father’s Day gift a feat each year.

But dad’s are not all the same! Still, unless they have a particular favorite hobby or tickets to his face baseball team just aren’t enough, finding a gift they’ll actually enjoy can be hard. The trick is to not get too bogged down in the men’s gifting tropes and treat it just like any other gifting holiday: you want to get them something they wouldn’t treat themselves to normally, something that makes them feel special and shows you care without being too generic.

No matter what your dad is into or what your relationship is with them, these gifts all have a little swagger to them and can be great jumping off points if you want to involve our siblings and other loved ones for a little Father’s Day treat. There are no ties on this list, but a ton of great ideas for making your pops feel as special as they’ve made you feel over the years.

bombas slippers

These round slippers look a little goofy, but they are so comfortable, it doesn’t matter. Treat your dad to these pillowy slips this year.

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coach gift set

Sure, a wallet might seem lame, but this 3-piece wallet gift set will make your pops feel like a true gent. There are two wallet sizes and a key fob, complete with a valet release. There are also similar sets with belts, too, in both black and brown.

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yeti cooler bag

If your dad is the outdoorsy type, this Yeti cooler bag is worth the $150 price tag. Plus, it comes in a ton of colors so you can dress his cooler game up a little bit.

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Harry’s starter set

If your dad is still using bar soap on his face (the horror!) get him a Harry’s set to up his skincare game. Then maybe he’ll see why you waste, er, spend, all your disposable income on creams and serums.

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new balance 574

If you’re going to wear a dad shoe, at least make it a cool and classic dad shoe.

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Beer Making Kit

Is your dad into tinkering and drinking? This DIY brew kit is simple to use and will entertain the old man all summer. Just brace yourself for the results come the next holiday season.

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charger case

If your dad travels a ton or is just always finding ways to borrow your charger, this roll-up leather case is perfect. Plus, you can monogram it for extra special flair.

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Karen is an affiliate content writer and editor for the Her Campus community. More of her other current work can be found at High Snobiety where she covers celeb style, fashion trends, and sneakerhead life. Karen was formerly an entertainment writer and editor at Bustle, Screenrant, The Dipp, Hello Giggles, and probably any other website you can likely think of that covers entertainment, pop culture, and news. She has a B.A. in English and Journalism from Temple University in Philadelphia and an M.A. in Media Studies from The New School University. In a previous life, Karen spent almost a decade in Rome, Italy working as a student advisor for Northeastern University’s architecture study abroad program (and eating all of the pasta and pizza she could afford). She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. When she's not glued to her laptop writing and adding things to cart, Karen's likely trying to learn how to do her own gel manicures while watching Bravo. If you want to talk about TV, the best sneakers and nail colors right this very minute, or where to go on a European spring break, don't be a stranger.