Jeez. It’s time for Father’s Day already? And to think, it seems like it was snowing just yesterday… but we digress. To give you a head start on your quest for Dad’s next favorite thing, we’ve assembled 20 of our best new Father’s Day gifts, from stuff for sports lovers to uncommon edibles. That’s right—none of last year’s leftovers here. Check out the full list below.
Can’t decide if Dad’s more sommelier or short stop? This handcrafted wine rack is made with a wooden bat sourced from Cooperstown, New York, home of the Baseball Hall of Fame, so you don’t have to choose.
He loves Madonna, Sinatra, and the Stones. They’re in good company on this scratch-off poster, which encourages spinning their classic albums—and giving 97 other LPs a listen.
Dad’s got that whole “superhero” thing down, but let’s be real: he still can’t levitate. This magnet-powered lightbulb just might make up for it.
For the dad whose bike is nearly as beloved as his kids, this set of four slanted glasses pays tribute to that whole “wind flowing through your hair” feeling he gets when he’s cruising on two wheels.
No DSLR? No problem. Amateurs and photo pros alike will delight in the images these premium lenses produce, and they all come with lens caps and soft drawstring bags.
Help Dad put the “sea” in “seasoning” with this duo of winch-inspired salt and pepper grinders. (Hey, we think he’d appreciate that pun.)
Speaking of, his jokes make you belly laugh every time. So give him something funny in return: a little pewter hand that knocks on wood on his behalf.
This stainless steel orb looks way cooler than an ice cube, no? It also chills spirits, like his favorite whiskey, without watering them down. That’s what we call a “twofer.”
He’s always on the move, and his favorite gadget’s right there with him. Make sure he never goes juiceless again with this clever keyring, which conceals a charging cable.
Forget that 8,000,000 Scoville unit ghost pepper-infused chili oil you heard about on Man vs. Food. Dad appreciates subtler hints of heat, and this trio of hot sauces with maple undertones delivers. (No shade to Adam Richman, of course.)
A pack of shiitakes? Not a good Father’s Day gift. But a lamp grown from mushrooms’ roots? That’s pretty cool.
Help Dad say goodbye to his rusty ol’ chain with a bendy bike lock that’s stronger than most.
Tame, sassy, and fierce aren’t words we’d usually use to describe Dad. (Okay, we might call him sassy sometimes.) But they are apt names for these varieties of spice rubs, which range from subtly smoky to super hot.
For the pop on the move—Get it? Pop?—this folding guitar makes anytime practice a reality.
Whether Dad’s favorite brew is a lager, stout, or IPA, we’ve got a set of cozy cotton socks just for him. Each pair even comes in a can-shaped tin!
He may never be a basketball pro, but that doesn’t mean he can’t kick your booty at ring toss. It makes a great addition to his basement hangout, too.
What better way to liven up Dad’s office wall than with a moving mosaic made from upcycled beer cans? Each piece is unique and shines a light on creative design in unexpected places.
If Dad’s on something of a DIY streak, this make-it-yourself kinetic card holder will pose a new challenge… and give him somewhere to stash all those business cards he’s got shoved inside a drawer.
Made with real Kentucky bourbon, this set of three soothing, smoky soaps will ensure every shower brings out his inner cowboy.
Celebrate your favorite family vacations, from hiking trips to seaside getaways, with a custom-made print that features photos of you and yours (and, of course, his).