It’s easy to celebrate all of the great dads in your life. For me, it was always about giving him the time to golf as much as he wants win Father’s Day, and cooking a favorite meal. Usually, it’s a little bit harder to actually buy them a gift. This year, we put together our 2022 Father’s Day Gift Guide with every kind of dad in mind: from the gourmand to the clotheshorse, the golfer to the creative. Whatever kind of dad you have in your life, you’ll be able to find something for them in here.
When in doubt, give something that you know will be on heavy rotation in the upcoming summer months. COS makes modern, contemporary black leather sandals that have a high-end designer feel, perfect for slouching around with linen pants. Rainbow-colored stripes on these Polo Ralph Lauren shorts give loungewear a fun update. J.Crew’s striped Oxford is a more subtle take on the trend. White Nike sneakers with retro appeal and a rope belt are summer staples.
Ok, let’s talk golf. Whether you’re upgrading their golf bag with a black-and-white colorblocked version from Stitch or giving them a new putter like this Odyssey Golf OG to put inside of the bag, you can’t go wrong. A new golf polo in fresh white wouldn’t hurt, either.
For the man who knows how to mix a martini as well as he can grill the steaks to go with it, give the gift of extra stylistic flair. A new set of sleek chrome-and-black grilling tools and the New York Times Grilling Cookbook will help him step his game up. A monogrammed wine tote makes it easy to carry around those Napa Valley cabs, and a maroon marble ice bucket from Soho Home will take his bar to the next level.
Finally, for the man on the move, a Yeti cooler is the gift that keeps on giving. For a different kind of man about town, how about a personalized watch travel case? Or a beautiful leather duffel that will only get better with time. A lot like all of the dads out there.
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