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Before you even get a chance to pat yourself on the back for finding the perfect Mother’s Day gift, it’s time to start thinking about your dad. With Father’s Day right around the corner, we’ve rounded up the best gifts for all types of dads. Whether yours is a beer enthusiast or an avid golfer, the outdoorsy type or a designer dad, we’re sure you’ll find something here that’s perfect for him. And we’ve made things even easier for you: They’re all available on Amazon.

The stripes make these circulation-boosting socks (always important on long flights) a little more fashion-forward without getting too crazy.

A travel mug beloved for fitting in a car’s cup-holder, this tumbler will keep your dad’s coffee hot (or cold) for the long haul.

Give his baggy sweatpants an upgrade with these slim-fit joggers that are just tailored enough for the occasional coffee run.

If he’s always looking at a screen, these glasses filter out harmful blue light that can cause headaches and sleep trouble — and they look stylish, too.

Dads looking for a new hobby can go deep on Instant Pot-cooking and learn how to whip up everything from steamed vegetables to homemade Greek yogurt.

This two-sided knife-sharpening stone will keep his tools at the top of their game — just like him.

Writer Steven John calls this “the Swiss Army knife of grilling equipment,” because it combines a spatula, grill fork, tongs, and more. There’s also a built-in bottle opener for dads who like to enjoy a beer while they grill.

If he’s already a KanJam pro, introduce him to this Swedish block-tossing game that supposedly dates back to Viking times.

Your houseplant-loving dad will appreciate this lamp that a leading plantfluencer calls “the decorative grow light” (even if he doesn’t know what a plantfluencer is).

Considered one of the best plants for beginners, the unfussy snake plant will boost his confidence. Plus, we found that this one from Amazon is one of the nicest you can order online, and the modern planter is a nice touch.

Attach one of these to his key chain (or anything else that tends to go missing) and he can summon it from his phone.

Keeping a clean house can easily take a backseat to feedings and diaper changes for new parents. Dad will feel like a hero with this automatic vacuum — and love that he can program it from the app.

Former tech columnist David Pogue thinks these are the best noise-canceling headphones around. Perfect for dads who need to tune out the world for a little while.

Dad’s insomnia won’t stand a chance against this calming weighted blanket that melts away anxiety like a big bear-hug.

Draped over his favorite chair, this heated electric massager will ease tension in his back and shoulders.

If he’s always on his feet, he’ll love getting a powerful, heated foot massage when he finally has a chance to sit down.

For dads who are easily overwhelmed by skin care and hair products, this fresh-scented wash does it all.

For dads who do like to dabble in skin care, we recommend this hydrating and anti-aging sheet mask designed for men.

Give your history-buff dad a break from politics and war this year with this fascinating story tracing a rare copy of the Gutenberg Bible on its unlikely journey around the world.

Even if your dad is already passionate about saving the planet, New York writer David Wallace-Wells’s book on climate change is an inspiring (and frightening) call to action.

A coffee-table book with more than 400 historical photographs to get dad psyched for the 50th anniversary of the moon landing this summer.

If the weekends are your dad’s downtime, make his lazy days even more relaxing with this caddy that keeps all his necessities at hand — and his drink from spilling.

This tablet and smart (Alexa-enabled) speaker debuted at CES this year and has lots of features for your dad to explore.

Make his impressive feat even more impressive with a classy-looking (but not-at-all expensive) fountain pen.

With this (actually decent-looking) Wi-Fi-enabled digital frame, he’ll have instant access to all the latest family photos.

If your well-traveled dad is looking for an off-the-beaten-path destination for the next family vacation, he’ll find lots of tempting options in this book from the founders of Atlas Obscura.

Crafted from pale wood, this ten-in-one tool is a bit more handsome than most and will help him with any household project.

Let dad nerd out and create his own hot sauce with this kit that includes heirloom peppers and pH strips for nailing the right level of heat.

Don’t let dad make the rookie mistake of running in cotton socks and ending up with blisters. These wick moisture away from the foot and feature silver threads to keep them smelling fresh even on long runs.

If your dad’s gunning for a Boston-qualifying time (or just a personal best), he’ll love that this GPS watch analyzes his training and can be programmed for specific workouts.

This tiny lantern was one of our expert-recommended picks for blackout must-haves, but it’d also be a hit on a camping trip.

A plush chaise longue with a supportive orthopedic foam base, because your dad’s best friend deserves the best.

An elegant water fountain for discerning kitties who prefer running water — and the dads who indulge them.

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