Father’s Day Gift Guide 2012

This three-in-one grill tool flips, grips, and serves all sorts of food. Stake, $29.99 at Quirky.

Great for quick weekends away or for the gym. Herschel Supply Co. Ravine bag with removable shoulder strap, $65 at Need Supply.

A little closet art for the dad with more shirts and ties than he knows what to do with. Those Stylish Men print, $40 to $375 at Minted.

Turn any table into an instant court with this portable ping pong set. $14.99 at Amazon.

This reclaimed-oak cutting board is hand-fitted with steel boat cleat handles. $80 to $120 at Peg & Awl.

Bacon olive oil. Is there really anything more to say? $14.99 at Queen Creek Olive Mill.

A fun boat shape for keeping score of his favorite card game. Paddlers Cribbage, $29.95 at L.L. Bean.

Dress up his new iPhone with this sleek wooden cover. Zebrawood veil, $30 at Killspencer.

A simple, soothing shave cream and face balm set, all wrapped up in a special box. $50 at Ursa Major.

A beautiful 12-in-1 tool he can keep in his golf bag, desk drawer, or glove compartment. Walnut Wenger utility pocket knife, $80 at Old Faithful.

Dad can indulge two vices at once with this gift. Maker’s Mark cigars, $32 for a pack of three at Ted’s Cigars.

A sublime camera strap for the photog dad. $82 at Tanner Goods.

Another genius grilling tool—kebabs slide off with ease. Slide and Serve skewers, $24.99 at Quirky.

He can froth milk for cappuccinos at home with this handy tool. Nespresso aeroccino and milk frother, $99 at Sur La Table.

Tucker Blair needlepoint belts come cross-stitched with golf balls, fish, drinks, and all other sorts of many things. (P.S.: Click here for more nautical men’s gear). $95 at Tucker Blair.


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