10 Father’s Day Gifts for $69 or Less

updated May 1, 2019
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If you’re looking to spoil your dad — or a dad! — this Father’s Day, we’ve got the perfect gifts for you. (Or rather, for him — these are gifts for you to give to him!) Anything on this list will make him feel extra special. The best part? Everything is under $69, but it’ll look like you spent way more.

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  1. Zojirushi Stainless Mug, $29: We’ve sung the praises of this travel mug before and we still stand by it. Your dad can use it to take his morning coffee to work, while he counts down the days to retirement. And new dads can use it to help make up for those missing hours of sleep.
  2. Fresh Black Garlic, $30 for one pound at Food52: Perfect for the garlic fiend in your life, this stuff is made by heating whole bulbs of garlic over several weeks in a carefully controlled environment. The result is chewy, sweet, and way better than normal garlic.
  3. Kraut Kit, $35 at Farm Steady: Wrap up this kit with some fresh produce and the dad in your life will have everything he needs to make krauts, kimchis, and even lacto-fermented pickles.
  4. Seamless & Steadfast Tall Enamel Tumblers, $38 for two at Best Made Co.: Whether he’s a frequent camper or just a porch-sitting kind of guy, these reinforced tumblers are as tough and rugged as any dad.
  5. Composter, $40 at MoMA Store: Have you ever seen a more handsome composter? We didn’t think so.
  6. Paddle Your Own Canoe Tray, $45 at Izola: This fiberglass serving tray happens to be emblazoned with some great, very dad-like advice.
  7. Cole & Mason Hampstead Electric Salt and Pepper Mills, $45 each at Crate & Barrel: These salt and pepper mills have battery-powered LED lights, which will illuminate whatever your dad’s cooking at night. They’re sold separately, though, so you might have to splurge if he’s been extra stellar this year.
  8. Cook Apron, $58 at Hedley & Bennett: Made with durable duck canvas, this sleek and basic apron is so much better than giving him yet another shirt.
  9. Father’s Yay Gift Set, $61 at Mouth: For the dad who loves his snacks, this box includes filet mignon beef jerky, fudgy brownies, roasted chile salsa, and a few other treats.
  10. Fellow Stagg Pour-Over Kettle, $69 at West Elm: This matte black kettle will make your dad a pour-over coffee pro. It’s got a specially designed spout and a counterbalanced handle, which allows for a slow, steady pour. And a built-in thermometer keeps track of water temperature.