Father’s Day Gifts for Every Type of Dad
Father’s Day is the third Sunday of June, which means it’s time to start brainstorming how you’ll celebrate your father this year. While your Dad may truly appreciate receiving his fifth "World’s Greatest Dad" coffee mug, this year may be the year to step it up and give your Dad something he’ll really enjoy.

We’ve compiled our top amazing gift ideas for every type of Dad, because what’s more personal than a gift that complements your dad’s personality?

The Fitness Fanatic: If your dad is constantly on the move, consider helping him up his game with the new Fitbit Charge 4 with built-in GPS and heart rate tracking, ringing in around $150. If you really want to spoil dad this year, consider splurging on an Apple Watch 5. These stylish watches offer many similar features to the Fitbit, plus more. Prices range from approximately $399 to $799. In turn, the newest Apple Watch may be a great joint gift for your siblings to pitch in on.

The Jokester: For the dad who always keeps you laughing, especially if he thinks he’s funnier than he is, this Dad Jokes Book from Amazon may be the gift you’ve been searching for. If you’re on a budget, this may be the perfect pick, priced under $10. Additionally, if your dad likes to wear his humor on his sleeve, a comical, graphic tee like this one from Etsy is sure to make your dad chuckle for years to come.

"The Dad Hoodie"

The Newby: If you have a new dad in your life, consider something practical for this year’s Father’s Day gift. Check out The Dad Hoodie. This functional, yet stylish, hoodie is meant to replace a diaper bag. This hoodie comes in five colors and will keep new dads looking cool while helping them care for their new bundle of joy. Alternatively, if a dad in your life is currently assisting with sleep training, consider a gourmet coffee subscription gift like this one from Blue Bottle Coffee, helping to keep dad alert during his many nighttime wakeup calls.

The Techie: If your dad is a tech enthusiast, consider splurging on a Google Nest Hub Max. This tech toy is the total package. It acts as a portal for video calls and steaming media along with a handful of other attractive features. This is a particularly helpful gift if your dad has other existing Google products in the home, like Nest cams or a Google Home Mini, as all of these devices work seamlessly together. If your father is running more of an Amazon or Facebook household, the Amazon Echo Show and Facebook Portal+ provide excellent alternatives at similar price points.

The Sustainable Stud: For the dad who’s into eco-friendly alternatives and sustainable fashion, consider wrapping up a pair of Allbirds. This up and coming company is dedicated to creating stylish, comfortable footwear while limiting its impact on the environment and reducing its carbon footprint. If you know your dad’s wardrobe needs a refresh, but don’t feel comfortable shopping for him, consider sending an Everlane gift card so dad can pick out his own ethically made fashion. Everlane offers a large selection of men’s basics, from organic tees to jeans, created in the world’s cleanest denim factory.

"JerkyGent" Subscription

The Foodie: If your dad is a midnight-snacker, or always on the lookout to explore new tastes, consider a subscription box-like Bacon Freak for a unique gift. Along the same lines, the Jerky Gent subscription box delivers beef jerky monthly to your dad’s door. If your father has more of a refined palette than a carnivorous one, consider gifting him a cookbook like the highly-rated Salt Fat Acid Heat, helping him to master the kitchen.

While selecting the perfect Father’s Day gift may be a challenging task, taking some time to think about who your dad really is and how he’d like to be recognized is sure to assist you in picking out just the right present to make your dad feel special on this celebratory day.