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Top 25 Father’s Day Gifts


Jun. 12, 2014 AskMen

Father’s Day undoubtedly brings up fond memories. Whether it’s the time dad taught you how to play catch or that first weekend fishing trip with just the two of you, you really owe the guy something for all he’s done.

Buying gifts can be incredibly hard, and while taking the easy road with a tie or coffee mug is tempting, why not do something really special for the Old Man this year? To help nudge you in the right direction, we’ve put together this list of suggestions that we know can help turn his Father’s Day into more than just another game night.

Here are some gift ideas for every kind of dad, from the avid outdoorsman to the film aficionado and the grill master. We’re sure dad would appreciate even a simple card and a heartfelt hug, but be sure adventure forth and check out our other guides, for the gifts that will really blow him out of the water.

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