We typically write on affordable buys. But you know what? Sometimes, it’s fun to spoil that special someone and splurge on a big-ticket item.

So in honor of all of the important guys in your life, we’ve rounded up ways to wish him a Happy Father’s Day this June 20 with a gift that’ll knock his socks off!

Father’s Day Gifts That Are Worth the Cost

Editor’s Pick: Overlanding and Camping Rigs at 4 Wheel Parts

Know an outdoor enthusiast? Wow him this Father’s Day with an overlanding or camping rig to deck out his off-road vehicle—including shades, awnings and tents—and keep him safe, warm and comfortable on his next adventure. 4 Wheel Parts has everything from coolers to roof tents to high-performance tires that will make all the difference when he’s off exploring, and you can save with $50 off orders of $500 or more, plus 5% cash back for online orders!

Apple AirPods Pro White

Apple AirPods Pro with Wireless Charging Case ($249.99 $199.99) at Best Buy

Apple’s wireless AirPods Pro are a game changer when it comes to listening. Active noise cancellation creates immersive sound while the wireless charging case delivers more than 24 hours of battery life, so he’ll never be without. Plus, they’re sweat- and water-resistant for those intense workouts or runs in the rain.

The Mirror ($1,495 and save $400 with code FATHERSDAY21)

Easy to store and unassuming compared to other fitness equipment (like the Peloton), this smart device is part mirror, part LCD. It lets him access a variety of thousands of recorded and live workouts that are interactive and motivating.

Desert Boot ($150) from Clark’s

These classic boots look better the longer they’re worn and go as well with just about any outfit.

Mac Knife Professional Hollow Edge 8-inch Chef’s Knife ($175 $144.95) at Amazon

Well-reviewed by cooking geeks (including the ones at Epicurious), a home cook would love a brand-new, quality knife to make his mealtime prep infinitely more pleasurable.

Prince Tournament 6800 Indoor Table Tennis Table ($599.99 $399.99) at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Treat his competitive side to this indoor table made with an MDF table top to provide optimal bounce and easy-access paddle and ball storage on each side.

GoPro HERO8 Black ($299.99) at Amazon

They can capture all of their adventures with this small, sturdy, waterproof digital camera with an easy-to-use touch screen. So much better quality than our cell phones!

LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System Building Kit ($299.99) at Target

This buildable, retro LEGO brick Nintendo Entertainment System and interactive, 1980s-style television featuring the beloved classic Super Mario Bros. game is one he’ll definitely want to display.

Theragun Mini ($199) at Macy’s

A portable massage gun to help relieve all of those aches and pains.

Craft Beer Club ($44.75) at CraftBeerClub.com  

Get Dad this subscription box so he can sample craft beers from independent microbreweries in the USA.

COSORI Air Fryer ($119.99) at Amazon

Kitchen gadget fiends need this hot item, an air fryer, to expand their healthy snacking options. It uses 85 percent less oil to make tasty “fried” foods, and with 11 presets and a dishwasher-safe design, it’s also a snap to use.

Mac Sports Collapsible/Foldable Folding Hammock ($119.99 $105.11) at Amazon

In the backyard or on his next camping trip, this portable hammock lets him kick up his feet for a few. Doesn’t Dad deserve a break?

eufy BoostIQ RoboVac ($219.99) at Amazon

Easy to use, a portable vacuum is such a satisfying gift for a neat-freak who hates the part where they actually have to clean to achieve neatness.

Cinemood Portable Movie Theater ($349.99) at Amazon

This 3-inch portable movie device provides big-size entertainment and makes for a gift the whole family will love. The Cinemood comes loaded with plenty of kid-friendly content, or they can download from Netflix or Amazon for a fun family movie night, whether everyone’s at home snuggling up on the couch or in a tent in the middle of the woods.

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