Does your dad have enough airline miles to fly you and your family to far off destinations on the regular? Then this is the gift guide for him. We’ve rounded up our favorite travel-related gear for you to consider giving this Father’s Day. Gift something from this list to dear old dad before he catches his next red-eye.

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Filson Dryden Carry-On

Filson is a name dad’s probably familiar with, as the brand’s been around for well over 100 years. The dependable, timeless gear they produce is always ready to earn points, and if dad travels, this carry-on is ideal. Made from ballistic nylon, the Dryden 2-Wheel Rolling Carry-On Bag is abrasion resistant and features a reinforced base and compression straps. It meets major airline carry-on size restrictions, so dad won’t have to check it once he gets to the airport. It looks good and it lasts.

$295
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Hudson Made Morning Shift Body Bar

Waking up in a hotel on the other side of the globe with a severe case of jetlag is a recipe for a terrible day. Dad needs more than the tiny bottle of body wash in the hotel bathroom. That’s where the Morning Shift Body Bar comes in. Designed to invigorate the sense, the soap offers up notes of rosemary, peppermint, and eucalyptus to jolt dad awake and slap the jetlag out of him. It’s a small gift for his dopp kit that pays dividends. Each is made in the USA and triple milled to last longer.

$17
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Uncharted Supply SEVENTY2 Survival System

[Partner] Uncharted Supply Co. creates high-quality, high-utility emergency preparedness systems. The SEVENTY2 Survival System is comprised of 35 tools designed to help get you through the first 72 hours of an emergency. Since 95% of all emergency situations are resolved within this timeframe, having the right gear can mean the difference between life and death. Uncharted worked closely with first responders, doctors, military personnel, mountain guides and other experts to develop the world’s best 72-hour survival kit—a product that transforms a potentially deadly scenario into a really crazy story.

$350
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NutSac Bags Satchel Pro

[Partner] Tired of stuffing your pockets with gear? Don’t want to carry a bulky backpack everyday? With a NutSac Bags Satchel Pro, you can keep all your everyday carry essentials within arm’s reach. Made in the USA from a combination of high-quality materials like waxed canvas and full grain leather, the Satchel Pro is built to be beaten up and guaranteed for life. Smaller than a traditional messenger bag but still large enough to fit tablets or a 13″ MacBook Pro, this bag is super convenient and versatile.

$159
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Marshall Mid A.N.C. Noise-Cancelling Headphones

The cacophony of noises in an airplane cabin is enough to ruin any movie on the tiny screen in front of you. That is, of course, unless you have a good pair of noise-cancelling headphones. Marshall threw their hat in the ring with the new Mid A.N.C. Headphones, which boast 20 hours of wireless playtime and exceptional audio quality. And just like all other Marshall products, they look old-school-rock-and-roll cool, which will earn your old man some style points.

$269
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Dripkit Pour Over Packets

Coffee is a traveler’s best friend. Good coffee, however, isn’t always easy to find, meaning what should be a formidable ally can often be a weak and unhelpful sidekick. Dripkit allows your pops to take a fine cup of joe wherever he goes. Dripkit Pour Over Packets let you brew a good cup in two minutes, no prep or cleanup required. Plus, since there’s no equipment needed, dad can takes these packets with him whether he’s staying in a hotel with suspect beans, or he’s on a remote adventure. Gift him a subscription and he’ll never have to worry about poor coffee again.

$28
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Bellroy Slim Work Tote

A tote is the bag you pack in your bag. Toss one in your luggage and it will serve you well wherever your plane lands. But we’re not talking the one you use for your grocery runs; we mean something as refined as this tote from Bellroy. It can hold up to a 15” laptop, so it works for work. Leather handles, soft lined pockets, and integrated organization are just some of the niceties.

$189
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Topo Designs x FRONTEER Quick Pack

The fanny pack is one of those style moves that people love to rip on, like socks with sandals. But for all the chuckles, it’s a rather handy item. This Topo Designs and FRONTEER collab brings the fanny pack out of the Style Hall of Shame. Wear it around the waist or across the body for easy access to needed items. The attractive, somewhat retro look to the bag also fends off any fanny pack haters.

$89
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Chargerito

A dead phone when you’re abroad can really make you feel isolated. All of a sudden your directions are gone, your contacts are lost, and your translator is missing. The Chargerito is the world’s smallest charger, and it’s a blessing to frequent travelers who rely on their phones for so much. Dad can slap it on his keys and never worry about a dwindling battery again.

$20
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The 22° Ocean Jacket

For downpours abroad, there’s the 22° Ocean Jacket, a jacket purpose-built to stand up to the elements. It was designed to do battle with the tropical rains of Palau, so you can bet it will withstand the rainy weather wherever dad goes. The 2.3mm smooth neoprene build is water resistant and extremely attractive, so your pops doesn’t need to sacrifice style for functionality. It even rolls up for easy packing. The 10-day forecast won’t bother your dad at all.

$210
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Garmin inReach Mini

If dad’s travels are more of the adventurous type, the Garmin inReach Mini is a little peace of mind when the excursion really goes off the grid. The lightweight satellite communicator allows for two-way texting even when a phone doesn’t. It also lets you trigger an interactive SOS, access downloadable maps, and gain access to a detailed weather forecast. For true adventuring, it’s basically a must.

$350
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Moore & Giles George Mini Dopp Kit

Moore & Giles knows leather. Founded in 1933, the Lynchburg, Virginia, shop prides itself on its luxurious natural leathers, and this George Mini Dopp Kit is a prime example of the quality. A stunning Brompton Brown acquires a more personal look with use. Perfect for dad’s grooming gear or even the mess of cables that come with all the tech he puts in his carry-on.

$115
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Saturdays New York City Shaving Cream

To fill the aforementioned dopp kit, consider some quality shaving cream. Saturdays New York City, a brand we’ve long loved for its design aesthetic, packages its new shaving cream in a squeeze tube worthy of display. Luckily, it’s not just the looks that get high marks. The cream itself is made of coconut and almond oil and is packed with vitamin E and A to fight UV damage and to offer a silky smooth shave. The scent packs notes of sandalwood, grapefruit, and cedar, meaning not only will dad look good; he’ll smell good too.

$22