If you’re shopping for the dad who racks up airline miles like they’re going out of style, you’ve come to the right place. This is a collection of our favorite travel-related gear to gift this Father’s Day. Whether dad hops red-eyes on the regular for work or he’s always planning the next family vacation, this is the gift guide to help you win Father’s Day 2017. Next time your old man is packing his carry-on like a traveling sage, he’ll be glad you wrapped on of these up for him.

Powrtabs

Powrtabs

Made from biodegradable materials, Powrtabs are the emergency phone chargers you can toss after they help you in a pinch. If dad is abroad and faced with a dead iPhone or Android device, he’ll be happy you gave him a 3-pack, 6-pack, or 12-pack of these bad boys. Each delivers up to 4 hours of extra battery life and can sit for up to 5 years. If dad is in some far off place, he’ll probably be draining his battery using Google Maps every time he leaves his hotel. Powrtabs lets him do so without stress.

$15
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Marshall Monitor Bluetooth Headphones

A good pair of headphones is an absolute must for the frequent flyer. A father who’s been upgraded on points more than once knows you never rely on the freebies the flight attendants pass out. That’s why he’ll be thrilled you gifted him these new Marshalls. The popular Monitor headphones were finally given the Bluetooth treatment, which means dad won’t be tethered to his laptop while watching movie after movie on that intercontinental flight. Plus, since these headphones offer superior noise isolation, he won’t be disturbed by the crying child a few rows back.

$249
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Pocket Samurai Keychain Knife

Travel doesn’t just mean catching flights. For dad’s daily travels, weekend excursions, and outdoor adventures, give him a durable blade he can keep with him at all times. The Pocket Samurai Keychain Knife was built with ancient samurai swords in mind, meaning it’s extremely strong and razor sharp. The key ring loop allows your dad to pop it on his keychain and always have a reliable blade close at hand. Whether he uses it for cutting rope at a campsite or for slashing open boxes at the office, he’ll be glad he’s traveling with such a dependable sidekick.

$20
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AER Travel Pack

The Aer Travel Pack is a weekender masquerading as a backpack. Why is that great? Well, when dad is bombing around the airport (probably the wrong choice of words), he won’t be bogged down carrying a clumsy duffel bag. Aside from the large main compartment for clothing, there’s a separate shoe compartment and a tech space for a laptop and iPad. The 900D heathered polyester build makes the backpack exceedingly attractive and supremely durable, which means it will look good for plenty of travel in dad’s future.

$220
Range-Travellr-Case

Range Travellr Case

The sign of an experienced traveler is how little he brings. If dad is the kind of person who has his packing down to minimal science, the Range Travellr Case is exactly what he’ll want for his toiletries. Smaller than the standard dopp kit but far more rugged, the Travellr Case holds just the basics. Dad can pack it with travel-size bottles of essentials and not worry about taking up too much room in his carry-on. And since the Travellr Case is crafted from supple, durable leather, it will last him a lifetime of jetsetting.

$100
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BullRest Travel Pillow

Let’s be honest. Most travel pillows suck. They offer little extra support and the make you feel like you’re wearing the world’s stiffest turtleneck. For serious shut-eye, give dad the BullRest Travel Pillow, an ergonomic pillow with memory foam that molds to his specific needs. The open back design allows for airflow to the back of his noggin’ so he doesn’t need to keep that little air vent cranked on his face the whole flight.

$60
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Henty Wingman Two-Piece Travel and Suit Bag

Traveling with a suit presents a bevy of problems. Aside from simply finding space for it, you’re tasked with keeping it as wrinkle-free as possible. And since dressing up for air travel has gone the way of free checked bags, wearing that suit isn’t usually what you want to do. That’s why dad will love the Henty Wingman Two-Piece Travel and Suit Bag. What looks like a small rucksack is actually a clever bag ready to keep a suit all spiffy.

$189
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SDR Traveller Double Passport Pouch

Having a passport swiped overseas sets off a chain reaction of shittiness. If it happens, you can say goodbye to enjoying the rest of your time abroad. We recommend this Double Passport Pouch for discreet carry. The ultralight, waterproof pouch is built to carry two passports and other vital documents. He can wear it around his neck or attach it somewhere safe so his most important paperwork isn’t protruding from his back pocket.

$60
Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Not all of dad’s travels are work related. There are a lot of sites to see in man’s lifetime and if your pops was the one always championing a family getaway every summer, Wanderlust is the book for him. The stunning coffee table book takes readers to the Canyon Trail in Zion National Park, on a visual pilgrimage to the holy Kumano Kodo, and to many other spots to inspire your old man to get the band (family) back together for another adventure.

$27
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Cargo Works EDC Note Case

Organization is at a premium when dad’s catching flights and connections. Help him keep sane with this EDC Note Case, which can hold his passport, important cards, notebook, and pen. It offers easy access to some of his most important documents and clads them in a durable ripstop liner and a 1050D nylon case. Instead of fishing around in pockets or the vast compartment of a carry-on for his necessities, dad can just reach for this EDC Note Case.

$40
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Everlane Travel Pant

Dad probably remembers a time when people dressed up for air travel. While some now opt for comfort over a polished look, why can’t dad have both? Everlane’s new Travel Pant is exactly what he’s looking for, and they won’t set you back big time. The lightweight cotton poplin build and 4% stretch makes these pants exceedingly comfortable while the cut and style remains tailored and refined. It’s a little bit of old school with a good helping of modern.

$58
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Chrome Macheto Travel Pack

This is the carry-on that laughs at turbulence. Built from serious 1680D ballistic nylon and outfitted with a 100d TPE tarpaulin liner, the Macheto Travel Pack will keep dad’s souvenirs and essentials safe during his travels. The two separate compartments offer easy access to gear during a flight, a laptop sleeve accommodates up to 15” MacBook Pro, and multiple carry handles and a hideaway shoulder strap making navigating the airport less painful.

$200