There’s simply nothing like the gift of travel. But dads often like to have a say in where they’re going (not to mention the dates and packing list), making a booked trip a bit of a risky gift come Father’s Day. What is always a hit for travel-loving dads, however, are the things that make every trip more seamless and enjoyable–and aren’t just a set of tie-downs to make sure everything int he truck bed isn’t going anywhere.

From guidebooks he’ll actually use to travel slippers and camping chairs that double as coolers. these are the best gifts you can get this Father’s Day for the dad who is always planning the next family adventure.


Blimey, I’m Knackered!: An American's Survival Guide to British English

This is the perfect gift for dads who love both the English language and humor. It’s written by American scholar and UK resident Marshall Hall, with charming illustrations by Mark Cowie. With tongue firmly planted in cheek, the book takes readers and future travelers through the often-confusing (at least from an American perspective) world of British slang, idioms, and expressions. Whether there’s a British trip in the plans or not, this is one book that will have its pages flipped through and folded down in no time.


ROAR Baby Monitor

Camping is a great way to bring families together. It can also be nerve wracking because the great outdoors present, well, a great number of opportunities for kids to wander off. ROAR baby monitors make it easy to keep peace of mind thanks to a strong water resistance and the fact that they are mostly safe from the most common thing kids do: drop things. With more than 20 hours or use on a single charge and a 1,000-food range between child and parent units, this is the baby monitor that will make camping trips less worry filled an more fun filled.


Nike Custom Air Max 90

[Partner]  Lace up and join the sneaker revolution with the Air Max 90, where art, music, and culture collide. Embrace the customization craze and make this iconic shoe truly your own. Opt for timeless leather or infuse a dash of summertime vibes with breezy canvas. Transform it with your dad’s beloved hues and engrave a personalized message, allowing this ’90s defining sneaker to speak volumes on his behalf.

The Air Max 90 grants you the power to curate a unique masterpiece that reflects his style and story.

Vaer G5 Meridian Watch

[Partner]  Vaer has long been our go-to watchmaker, consistently delivering fresh timepieces with a touch of classic allure. Case in point: the Vaer G5 Meridian watch. This 20ATM automatic beauty takes cues from iconic 1950s designs, assembled in the USA. It’s a dual timezone gem built for the sea, boasting self-winding functionality and Vaer’s inaugural true GMT creation. Paying homage to pricier and harder-to-find models, the Vaer G5 Meridian brings its own irresistible appeal. With timeless style and innovative features, it easily outshines other options.

Get your hands on this must-have timepiece from Vaer.

ICEMULE Cooler Backpack

Whether it’s a beach trip, visit to the lake, or mountain getaway, dragging a cooler can be a drag. Putting those cans into a bag while keeping them just as cold, however, is a game changer. The ICEMULE Jaunt keeps cold beers (or seltzers, or ready-to-drink cocktails, or whatever) always on hand. With ice, it can hold 15 standard 12-ounce cans or 18 12-ounce skinny cans. Or, if your dad is the pre-made cocktail type, four 750-milliliter bottles.


Bellroy Venture Sling

If there’s one thing that dads appreciate, it’s efficiency. For some that’s the right lawn tool. For others, it’s being able to carry all of the things a kid might need (or at least believe they need) in one pack. Bellroy’s Venture Sling is big enough to hold the basics without looking too bulky thanks to gusseted design features and plenty of zip pockets. Plus, the quick-release buckles make it easy to take on and off in a pinch.


Coleman Portable Camping Chair With Four-Can Cooler

Sure, there are plenty of seemingly perfect camping chairs out there. But what about a chair that combines with a mini-cooler? This Coleman camping chair packs up just as easily as all of the most comfortable folding chairs and has the added benefit of having a four-can cooler attached. That means the traveling happens to get to the destination, with fewer traveling to and from the big cooler for each drink by the campfire.


EPICKA Universal Travel Adapter

If there’s one thing that can slow down a trip to a new country, it’s dead batteries that can’t be charged. Make sure dad (and, by proxy, everyone else traveling with him) stays juiced up with an adapter that can handle all his appliances and more. This all-in-one adapter covers 150 countries (any trips to South Africa or India will need something different) and can charge up to six non-high-power devices (basically anything but a hair dryer or straightener) simultaneously that operate at 110 or 240 volts.


Twelve South AirFly Pro Adaptor

In many ways, the flying experience has become exponentially better over time. In many (many) other ways, it hasn’t kept up with times. One of the small wins you can gift your dad this father’s day is the enjoyment of escaping from the small seats and shrinking leg room through an in-flight movie with audio straight to their headphones. No more pausing to let the middle seat companion pass, no more terrible airplane headphones. AirFly Pro brings the sound straight to the wireless headphones your dad likely already has.


Tanner Goods Leather Passport Wallet

Passports are durable. There’s no denying that. But they aren’t always dad-level durable–and they definitely don’t come encased in the style that the modern father deserves. This leather passport wallet from Tanner Goods looks great and will last just as long, if not longer, than the decade of international travel that a U.S. passport allows.


Stranger's Guide

It’s one thing to go somewhere and see all of the typical sights, eat at all the award-winning restaurants, and drink at the highest-rated bars. It’s another to actually understand the destination on a deeper level. Give the gift of deeper travel with a Stranger’s Guide. From Colombia to South Korea to California and beyond, there’s a Stranger’s guide for some of the most popular destinations in the world that will inspire travel and make that travel even better when it actually happens.


Anker Portable Charger

No one can count on there being a friendly bartender to charge a phone over a couple of drinks. And there’s definitely no guarantee that there will even be a bar available when phones start to die. The right portable charger eliminates battery anxiety, and Anker is one of the top brands available. This power bank can bring even newer iPhones from zero to a healthy charge in under and hour–with enough reserve to bring it to full charge–and supports use of a second device, too. Best of all, it’s only about a half-inch thick, so it’s easy to slip into a jacket pocket or sling bag.


WACACO Picopresso Portable Espresso Maker

Good coffee isn’t as hard to come by these days as it used to be. But great coffee is another story. And any dad who is particular about their morning brew will appreciate the value of bringing great tasting espresso on the road. The Picopresso delivers barista-quality espresso without the need for a massive espresso machine–no battery or electrical outlet needed.


Apple AirTags

There are few things in travel as anxiety inducing as waiting for a checked bag that seems to never arrive. AirTags ensure that you never have to wonder again, even if your bag is just in the hopper waiting its turn. Peace of mind is a gift that never goes unappreciated. AirTags work off of Find My, and the latest iterations can play a sound when you can’t find it (and, by extension, whatever valuable thing it’s attached to), as well as literally point the user in the direction they should be looking. The replaceable battery lasts a year, so you know what small gift to give next Father’s Day as well.


AirTag Multitool 7-in-1 Pro

While keeping track of things is a service in and of itself, the utility of an AirTag can be brought up a notch with this AirTag multitool. The keychain attachment has a carabiner, three hex wrench sizes, a bottle opener, and an all-purpose bicycle tool. It also doubles as a phone stand for when the best thing to do is stream something off the small (small) screen. Best of all, it’s TSA compliant, so there’s no need to worry about the whole system being taken at security.


Wildsam Guides

Wildsam Guides are a series of travel books that offer a unique perspective on some of the most popular destinations in the United States. More than just your average travel guide, Wildsam Guides provide a deep dive into the history, culture, and local character of a place. Each guidebook is filled with beautifully written essays, interviews, and anecdotes from locals and experts, as well as hand-drawn maps and illustrations. For a travel-loving dad who enjoys exploring new places and learning about the stories and people that make them special, a Wildsam Guide is the perfect gift. With guides available for cities like New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans, as well as regions like the Southwest and the Pacific Northwest, there’s a Wildsam Guide for a wide range of places your dad wants to go.


The Carry-On From Away

Sometimes checking a bag is necessary, and that’s where an AirTag comes in. But most of the time, the right carry-on will do just fine. Away’s standard carry-on suitcase is one of the most durable out there and can stand up to all of the cobblestone streets, staircases, and accidental drops from the top of the roof rack. The best gifts prove themselves worthy year over year, and this is one of those that will continue to show its value as time goes on.


ASTORFLEX Patnoflex Travel Stitch Loafer

Laces are the bane of getting through airport security as expeditiously as possible. This Patnoflex Travel Stitch Loafer makes sure that there’s no loss in the style department while easily breezing past TSA. Better yet, it goes with just about everything that one could wear, from casual to date night, so it’s an easy choice when it comes to carry-on-only travel. The soft leather upper keeps things fresh while the unlined interior ensures a light weight and optimum flexibility.


GREYS Insulated Summit Slipper

There are few shoes that are just as adapted to the garden as they are to the campsite and the airport and the hotel lobby all-you-can-eat breakfast. Greys Summit Slippers deliver the vibe of a puffy jacket with quilted nylon and lightweight insulation, while the sole is durable enough to withstand the outdoors. They’re comfortable even without socks and a rear pull tab makes slipping them on and off easy whether your dad is exiting the tent or the airport security line (he should without a doubt be wearing socks for the latter, but that’s an argument for another day).


Peak Design Travel Tripod

There are few times that being able to get a stable shot matters more than on a once-in-a-lifetime trip. Peak Design’s travel tripod brings the stability needed in rough environments (and for basic self-timer shots) and is backed by a lifetime guarantee. It’s easy to set up and comes with a convenient carrying case. Best of all for travelers: it packs down to the diameter of a water bottle.

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