Father’s Day is just around the corner. There’s no denying that this holiday means different things to different people—and that’s okay. For many, it’s an opportunity to celebrate, but for others, the onslaught of fanfare can be triggering. Whatever you’re feeling, remember this: father figures come in all shapes and sizes. So, if you’re looking to celebrate any of the special guys in your life—on June 20th or beyond—we’ve rounded up our top five never-fail gift ideas.
For the world traveler, culture vulture, or thrill seeker, Airbnb Experiences offer everything from cooking classes and rock climbing excursions to a virtual tour of Kyoto’s cherry blossoms. Whether in-person or online, these unique and immersive experiences are a great way to carve out time with a loved one.
He doesn't have to be an avid camper or amateur survivalist to love this sleek and packable fireplace from Snow Peak. Its minimal yet elegant design makes it the perfect centerpiece for a beach or backyard bonfire. Shopping for the grill enthusiast in your life? Pair it with the grill and grill bridge accessories for the perfect one-two punch.
We can confidently say that there are few gifts as versatile as L.L. Bean’s iconic two-tone tote. Available in four sizes and five colorways, this classic beach-day carryall makes an incredible gift for anyone. Choose traditional or zip-top, but don’t forget to add a monogram.
Find me a person who doesn’t love lounging in a hammock and I’ll find you a unicorn. Ask yourself: does he have trees? Does he have a hammock? No? Then consider this your (his) lucky day. Water-resistant, quick-drying, and easy to install, this striped option from Terrain checks all the boxes and will look great in any landscape.
For the guy in your life who is feeling homesick and hasn’t been able to travel for over a year, look no further than a meal kit from Goldbelly. Imagine his face when he unwraps a care package from his favorite local eatery. With tons of butchers, bakeries, and restaurants to choose from, Goldbelly is the next best thing to a ticket home—and a whole lot cheaper.