17+ Awesome Father’s Day Gifts To Order Online



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Get Dad what he really wants this year (hint: It’s probably not a tie). We’ve got everything you need for every type of father figure.  

red cookbook cover that say The New York Times Cooking No-Recipe Recipes by Sam Sifton
pile of homemade cookies with Twix bars
grey air purifier on a white background
black to-go travel mug with a speedometer
watch with a brown leather strap
pottery ramen bowl with chopsticks
leather card holder
Blue hammock
metal razor for men

For the bearded dad: Tame the Mane beard box

Why we love it: If you’re shopping for a dad with a luscious beard (or maybe a scraggly beard he’s trying to transform into something luscious), consider a Deluxe Beard Box from Canadian company Peregrine Supply Co. Each kit has a beard soap, an oil and a balm, and you can choose from four appealing scents. $50, peregrinesupply.com

For the dad who can take the heat: Heartbeat hot sauces

Why we love them: Whether Dad is a fan of the show Hot Ones or just likes his food spicy, he’ll love these delicious sauces by Heartbeat Hot Sauce in Thunder Bay. Get him the classic red habanero, the flavourful scorpion pepper or the sweet and spicy pineapple habanero, or create a personalized gift set with a variety of sauces. Yum! From $12, heartbeathotsauce.com

For easy meals: The New York Times Cooking No-Recipe Recipes by Sam Sifton

Why we love it: Busy parents know that following a complicated recipe isn't always the way to achieve mealtime victories. Instead, this new book c/o NYT Cooking offers meal inspo and outlines so you can make the best and easiest meals for your fam. Freestyle cooking is where it's at and these 100 "recipes" prove it. $37, oldfaithfulshop.com

For the sweet tooth: Gourmet cookies

Why we love it: Is this a gift for Dad or a treat for the fam? Guess it depends if he shares. Made in Toronto, these decadent cookies did not come to play. Available in a multitude of flavours including Twix, Maple Bacon, Cherry Blaster and Nutella, the company ships across Canada. Starting at $16 for a six-pack, craigscookies.com

For the household chef: Chefs Plate

Why we love it: A home-cooked dish is better than eating out, but planning, buying and prepping everything can be a bit overwhelming. Chefs Plate's meal kits are the perfect, easy-to-follow solution when Dad doesn't feel like creating something from scratch. Use the code CHEF50X2 to save 50% off your first two boxes (plus free shipping on your 1st box!). Visit  Chefs Plate  to save today!

For the comfy dad: SAXX 3Six Five pants

Why we love them: Cozy, comfy lounge pants are always a win with Dad, and these joggers are a perfect pair. They’re soft, high quality and tailored just enough to look relaxed instead of sloppy. Who says hard pants are making a comeback? Not in your house! $85, saxxunderwear.ca

For the safety inspector: FÖRNUFTIG Air Purifier

Why we love it: For the safety inspector dad? IKEA's new air purifier works hard to filter out the likes of dust, smoke, pollen and chemicals while also keeping your home's ~aesthetic~. $70, ikea.com

For the iced coffee lover: Fill 'er up Tumbler

Why we love it: Is the iconic clink of cubes in a glass something that's totally representative of your dad? He'll for sure appreciate this double-walled stainless steel tumbler. Equipped with a vacuum seal, it holds 20 oz. $25, shop.hagerty.com

For the Scotch-loving dad: Hatch glasses

Why we love them: Forget whiskey stones. Get Dad some amazing glasses for his favourite scotch or whiskey. We love these beautiful hatch drinking glasses from Crate and Barrel (so classy, but also dishwasher safe!). If you want to complete the set, there’s a matching ice bucket, highball glasses, a decanter and more. $7 to $9, crateandbarrel.ca

Breda Visser Watch

Why we love it: If you've got a dad who is very keen on being on time, behold this sleek, genuine leather number. The minimalist watch has a 35mm face and a stitch-less band making it easy to dress up or down. $150, thebeauandbauble.com

For fans of ridiculous comedy: Yearbook by Seth Rogen

Why we love it: If Dad loves a good Seth Rogen movie, consider picking up Rogen’s first book as a Father’s Day gift. Yearbook is an honest, outlandish and hilarious collection of essays that gives insight into Rogen’s childhood, relationships and career. (Editor’s note: we don’t recommend this one for anyone who may be offended by drug use or swearing!) $22, indigo.ca

For the foodie: Ramen Bowl

Why we love it: Made in Canada by local potter Paul Stewart, these ramen bowls are deep and wide, perfect for housing heaps of brothy noodles. Our fave part? The chopstick rest, natch. $28 each, thepottery.ca

For the minimalist: Red Wing Shoes Leather Card Holder

Why we love it: Minimalist and perfect for a dad on the go, this card holder is built to last and will only get better-looking with age. Kind of like dad, amiright? $110, philistinetoronto.com

For the dad who always plans game night: The Simpsons Codenames

Why we love it: We love a game that's based on pop culture, and Codenames fits the bill. In this edition (though there are other show- and movie-themed versions) it's all about your knowledge of Homer, Marg, Bart, Lisa, Maggie and the rest of the crew in Springfield. $33, amazon.ca

For the grillmaster dad: Outset leather grilling apron

Why we love it: This heavy-duty apron is perfect for the barbeque. The brown-suede exterior and flame-retardant lining mean Dad is protected as he tames the flames, and the deep pockets will help him to keep tools on hand. $48, walmart.ca

For the chill zone: Double Hammock with Tree Straps

Why we love it: Sorry, couldn't hear you, we were napping in this take-anywhere hammock. Roomy enough for two, it's made using nearly zero waste production. Lightweight and perfectly portable, give dad the gift of relaxation. $105, mec.ca

For the at-home groomer: MERKUR Classic 3-Piece Razor Double Edge Safety Razor

Why we love it: Is it time for the pandemic beard to go? This old-school razor provides a close shave with a solid grip and control. Stubble, get lost! $46, amazon.ca
For the bearded dad: Tame the Mane beard box
For the dad who can take the heat: Heartbeat hot sauces
For easy meals: The New York Times Cooking No-Recipe Recipes by Sam Sifton
For the sweet tooth: Gourmet cookies
For the household chef: Chefs Plate
For the comfy dad: SAXX 3Six Five pants
For the safety inspector: FÖRNUFTIG Air Purifier
For the iced coffee lover: Fill 'er up Tumbler
For the Scotch-loving dad: Hatch glasses
Breda Visser Watch
For fans of ridiculous comedy: Yearbook by Seth Rogen
For the foodie: Ramen Bowl
For the minimalist: Red Wing Shoes Leather Card Holder
For the dad who always plans game night: The Simpsons Codenames
For the grillmaster dad: Outset leather grilling apron
For the chill zone: Double Hammock with Tree Straps
For the at-home groomer: MERKUR Classic 3-Piece Razor Double Edge Safety Razor

Also planning to make Dad a meal to show how much you care? Check out our roundup of delicious summer recipes to pull together the perfect menu.

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