Dads can be notorious as the hardest family members to shop for, but come Father’s Day, there’s little doubt you’ll need a gift that shows dad just how much he means.

Truth be told, your company is probably all dad really needs, but you can help deliver a little something he wants with these diverse ideas for all different kinds of dads. 

Remember, the secret to great gifting is giving something that shows you know and care about his personal interests.

A Sizzling Gift
Gift dad everything he needs to throw an impressive cookout any time he wants with the Father’s Day Gift Package from Omaha Steaks.

He’ll be set for summer barbecues with steaks and more on-hand, including two tender filet mignons; two rich and indulgent ribeyes; four robust, juicy burgers and more. 

The package also includes German Chocolate Cake for a sweet way to end a backyard meal. 

Photo courtesy of 3M

Keep Him Connected
For the dad who’s always tuned in, there’s a way to provide him with entertainment and connectivity while protecting his hearing all at once. 

Whether he’s using a power saw or mowing the day away, dad can stream his favourite music with the 3MWorkTunes Connect Hearing Protector with Bluetooth wireless technology to make his day both enjoyable and comfortable. 

With built-in features like high-fidelity audio, comfortable ear cushions and a low-pressure headband, he can even make and take phone calls without missing a beat. 

Subscribe to Style
Keep dad in style with all the latest looks with a clothing subscription. 

You can choose from services that coordinate complete outfits, options for accessories only or providers that select a handful of garments for each shipment. 

It’s a simple solution for a dad who takes pride in his appearance but never has time to shop or dislikes the shopping experience itself. 

Pricing varies quite a bit; in some cases, dad will need to pay a styling fee while with other services he’ll pay only for the items he keeps.

Game for Golf
An avid golfer never tires of golfing gear, so it’s usually a safe bet for gifting. 

If you’re knowledgeable enough about his preferences, you can always add a new club to his collection. 

However, there are plenty of other useful gifts a golfer can appreciate, from a sleeve of quality balls to a book about a legendary player. 

A new set of gloves can improve his grip (and his game) while a new hat or shirt can give him something he can sport on the course.

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