Of course boxers and ties are go-to staples, but don’t forget to get the man in your life what he really wants this Father’s Day: gadgets (plus gadgets and, for good measure, more gadgets). Here are some suggestions to keep him fully occupied in his man cave for hours.
Clockwise from top left: BBQ tool set ($99.95) and Hamburger basket ($19.95) at Williams-Sonoma. Apple drops ($2.99) and beef jerky ($6.99) at Ma Petite Shoe. Hat ($39) at Hats in the Belfry. Toolkit ($45) at Restoration Hardware. Cigars ($10.50/each, box of 25/$236.25) at Cross Street Tobacco. Grill cleaner ($12.95) at Williams-Sonoma. Soap ($35) at Hunting Ground. Sweater vest ($225) at Samuel Parker Clothier. Guitar ($235) and stand ($45) at Ted’s Musicians Shop. Weekender bag ($400) at Loafers & Laces. Plaid shirt ($147.50) at J.S. Edwards. Clubs ($199/each) at Baltimore Golf Inc. Puzzle ($26) at Trohv. Vespa GTV 300 ($6,999) at Vespa of Baltimore. Turntable ($89.99-140) at The Sound Garden. BBQ sauce ($12.95) at Williams-Sonoma. Fuji X100s camera ($1,299.99) at Service Photo Supply. Whiskey ($45.99) at Wine Market Bistro. Records ($1.00-25.99) at The Sound Garden. Growler ($15-18) at Pratt Street Ale House. Golf shirts ($98) at Loafers & Laces. Dopp Kit ($45) at Trohv. Books ($14.99-50) at The Ivy Bookshop and The Sound Garden. Socks ($9.99) at Ma Petite Shoe. Jumprope ($15.99) at City Sports. Carpet tiles courtesy of FLOR.com.