Father's Day gifts for every type of dad

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Nikon D7100
What to get dear old dad for Father's Day — whether he's classic, sporty, or tech-y.

Father's Day is only a few days away (Sunday, June 16th to be exact), so it's time to get serious about what to get dear old pop. Of course, shopping for dad can be a tricky proposition. That's where we come in. We've spent a lot of time mulling over what, exactly, he might want — whether he's a traditionalist, an athletic type, or a gadget guy — and we have more than a few great options for you to consider.

Nikon

For capturing special moments.

D7100 SLR camera with 18-105 mm lens (Prices starting at $1,299) by Nikon, nikonusa.com




Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. and Men In Cities

(Photo courtesy of Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. & Men In Cities)

Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. and Men In Cities

If he likes a little nip now and then.

Small batch combo ($32) by Jack Rudy Cocktail Co., jackrudycocktailco.com;

Leather on stainless steel flask ($40) by Men In Cities, menincities.com

(See also: Dad doesn't need another bottle of aftershave)



Birchbox

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BirchBox

The gift that keeps giving all year round.

Monthly subscription box (starting at $60 for three months) by BirchBox, birchbox.com










Oxblood wallet

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Chester Mox

For holding his hard-earned dough.

Oxblood Italian calf compact bi-fold wallet ($85) by Chester Mox, chestermox.com















Robe

(Photo courtesy of stevenalan.com)

Coyuchi

For when he's getting ready.

Seersucker robe ($112) by Coyuchi, stevenalan.com



















Sonic over ear headphones

(Photo courtesy of goincase.com)

Incase

Because headphones shouldn't just sound good, they should look good, too.

Sonic over ear headphones ($79.95) by InCase, goincase.com












Collapsible water bottle

(Photo courtesy of momastore.org)

MoMA

Because he was sweating on the court — and now he needs to hydrate.

Collapsible water bottle ($12) by Moma, momastore.org
















Piperlime

(Photo courtesy of bonobos.com)

Penfield

Because he likes to look the part, even when he's just hanging out.

Rochester jacket ($125) by Penfield, bonobos.com













Deviation lightweight sunglasses

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Oakley

To keep the sun out of his eyes when he's golfing.

Deviation lightweight sunglasses ($130) by Oakley, oakley.com





Nexus 4

(Photo courtesy of Google)

Nexus 4

For keeping in touch.

Nexus 4 phone (prices vary) by Google, google.com















A12 OS 12-piece Golf Set

(Photo courtesy of golfsmith.com)

Adams

If he spends a lot of time on the putting green.

A12 OS 12-piece Golf Set ($700) by Adams, golfsmith.com

















Victorinox

(Photo courtesy of victorinox.com)

Victorinox

When needs to take his digital files with him.

Signature slim army knife, 4GB (starting at $34) by Victorinox Swiss Army, Yahoo! Shopping.














Water-resistant Bluetooth speaker

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Boom Urchin

So he can play his tunes wherever he goes.

Water-resistant Bluetooth speaker ($149.95) by Boom Urchin, Yahoo! Shopping.












Freedom2000

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myCharge

If he uses a lot of battery juice.

Freedom2000 ($80) by myCharge, mycharge.com


















Sony Ultra

(Photo courtesy of sony.com)

Sony

For watching the game — and making all his friends jealous.

Sony 65" 4K Ultra HD TV (starting at $5645; Yahoo! Shopping) by Sony, sony.com









Highland Park

(Photo courtesy of highlandpark.co.uk )

Highland Park

If he takes his Scotch neat.

Loki (about $200) by Highland Park, highlandpark.co.uk


















Free trainer 3.0 and Fuelband

(Photo courtesy of Amazon.com)

Nike

So he can brag about his workouts.

Nike Free trainer 3.0 ($110) by Nike, nike.com; Fuelband ($149) by Nike, nike.com




















Roku

(Photo courtesy of Roku)

Roku

If he likes watching TV. (And let's be honest: He does.)

2 XD entertainment system ($79.99) by Roku, shop.roku.com









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