im电竞官网-While a global pandemic might be the perfect excuse for forgetting Father's Day this year, it's nice to send something to the old man to brighten up his prolonged captivity and show him that you still care. Whether you're in the market for a great book or a pair of headphones, here's our selection of the gifts you can order without leaving the house.
im电竞官网-Flights: they're taking off again. And you can be sure that it'll be your parents, with their free time and full pension pots, onboard to destinations exciting. So, match the post-lockdown hype with luggage from Canali, as the Italian brand doubles down on full calfskin jet setter luxury.
Terracotta Calfskin Travel Bag, £890,
im电竞官网-Avoid clichéd and generic-looking music artwork with Sonic Editions' small release prints. The photographs are numbered and framed photos are limited to a small release. A gift that feels a bit more special.
im电竞官网-These Quietcomfort headphones offer totally uncompromising sound quality with the ease of wireless technology. An investment you'll be thanked for.
Whether your old man wears his á la the small beanie trendim电竞官网- or pulled down over his ears to protect from the wind (aka the dad trend), this Oliver Spencer wool-blend beanie in green is a great pick.
Best filled with a strong dark and stormy at the end of a long day, or a margarita when the sun comes out, these weighty and intricately detailed glasses are as satisfying to hold as they are to drink from.
2020 is the year of the 'mandle', where there's nothing more masculine than lighting a luxury lump of wax and feeling deeply sophisticated. In case you're still worrying this one comes in very manly shade of black without a flower in sight.
Excellent underneath a suit or with a pair of wide-legged trousers, the roll-neck has been enjoying a renaissance in recent years. This one from Altea is made from sustainable cashmere and comes in a cool slate grey.
im电竞官网-With everyone spending a lot more time inside, helping stock up someone's beer collection is a truly great gift idea. We like the wares from Rebellious Goods, who stock cool beer brands like Danish brewer Mikkeller and have cans with extremely funky labels.
Men famously read less than women, an imbalance you can help remedy by gifting this acerbic essay collection from Samantha Irby, which explores everything from pet parenthood to memes to sexuality.
These breathable pyjama shorts with an Aussie-inspired print are a polite way to let your dad know you don't appreciate him wandering around in his threadbare boxer shorts when you visit home. Fear not, they feature an elasticated waistband.
im电竞官网-Grooming gifts get a bad rep for Father's Day as being unimaginative. However, this kit, designed exclusively for Mr Porter, is an excellent upgrade on the essentials. It packs a cleanser, moisturiser, shaving serum, moisture spray and lip balm all in a stylish travel case.
Common Projects' sleek white trainers offer a classic silhouette which you can pair with any outfit any time of the year. Better still, they're currently on sale.
im电竞官网-The Seiko 5 Sports has a place in every watch obsessive's collection, either because it was the watch that first gave them the bug, or because as soon as you learn all the intricacies of movements and dials and design, you have to have one. Bombproof Japanese engineering, a timeless silhouette (horologists can spot that 4 o'clock crown across a room) and a price point that means you can get yourself one, too; whether your dad's a timepiece obsessive or watch world neophyte, he'll appreciate a Seiko 5.
With a robust, simplistic design, this waterproof bluetooth speaker boasts high quality sound and an easy listening experience. No button and cable stress here just volume control on the speaker and the rest from your phone. While on the allotment, obviously.
Lockdown is the perfect time for dad to catch up on Ken Burns' 18-hour documentary epic, Vietnam. But he shouldn't be doing it on that old TV he's never upgraded. Optoma's UHD51 projector offers crystal-clear 4K imagery and incredible colour detail, as well as 3D and Alexa voice control. The jungle will look so real, he'll swear he's back in the shit.
No one wants a Teasmade, but everyone wants to wake up to fresh coffee in bed. So get him Barisieur's sleek coffee-making alarm clock, which will have a cup of steaming pour-over ready the second he opens his eyes. Wake up and smell the single-origin, estate-farmed arabica.
Founded by ex-Superdry boss James Holder, Trench London is, as the name suggests, a trench coat specialist. Though built on classic bones – think storm flaps, waist belts and epaulettes, all of which were originally tested in the actual trenches at Flanders – its coats have the kind of modern design twists that will ensure your old man looks achingly up-to-date.
im电竞官网-As you'd expect from a brand with rough-and-toughness in its DNA, Parajumpers' sunglasses are made for exploring, with impact-resistant lenses, metal hardware and rugged acetate frames. Perfect for wearing up the Matterhorn, or for a Father's Day barbecue in the garden.
You know that ad about how you're only ever looking after a Patek Philipe watch for the next generation? Well, that's why you can't get one for dad – he'll know it's really a gift for you. Instead, show him you really, really love him with a pair of bespoke Crockett & Jones shoes, which are handmade by Dimitri Gomez, arguably the world's finest shoemaker, in a process that takes 60 hours of work. They'll fit him perfectly – and they'll only ever fit him.
From €3,300, crockettandjones.com
Because you don't want to risk crossing the irony streams, actual dads can't actually wear dad trainers (ditto bumbags, dad caps and all the other gorpcore stuff that's somehow cool on 20-year-olds but tragic on 50-year-olds). Enter: these slick but slightly oversized trainers from Scandi minimalists Tiger of Sweden, which are the sharpest way to nudge him out of that Common Projects rut.
Socks – a Father's Day gift so uninspired that they've become a greetings card joke. Unless, that is, you opt for Paul Smith's typically colourful and luxurious triple-pack, which put the fun into functional gift-giving.
Don Draper might turn his nose up at the idea of an old fashioned made with rum, rather than whiskey, but he also leaves a lot to be desired as a role model, so we're happy not to have his approval. This kit from Mount Gay includes its Double Cask rum, bitters, mixing glass, spoon and honey from Bermondsey Street Bees. Because life's too short to be grinding up sugar cubes.
Avi-8 is, comparatively, a watchmaking upstart, founded in the mid-00s with a mission to make affordable, high-quality timepieces that take design cues from the best pilot's watches. Its Eagle Squadron is a prime example, with a rock solid Seiko automatic movement, on-trend bronze case and a dial that references the RAF's legendary second world war US pilot squadron.
You might think of Manolos as more a Mother's Day gift, but the shoe icon's newish men's range is equally impressive. These
im电竞官网-For punks who've long outgrown their bondage trousers, this sleek card holder from antiauthoritarian OG Vivienne Westwood will ensure they can keep their Kings Road credentials close to their chest. Literally.
im电竞官网-Considering Technics' pedigree, you'd expect its first true-wireless earbuds to be an audiophile dream. But they still manage to overdeliver, producing crystal-clear highs, and deep, tight bass, in a beautifully engineered package. If dad's been forced to set his office up at home, then he'll especially appreciate the industry-leading noise cancellation, which will make him feel like he's back behind his big desk, in his nice, quiet room at work.
im电竞官网-Jura's flagship single malt is matured first in American white oak bourbon barrels, then virgin American white oak casks, which lends it a spicy, gingerbread finish. For extra brownie points, pair it with a bottle of its equally mature companion, Time, which boasts a smokier finish thanks to a stint in ex-peated malt casks.
Since he can't watch the new James Bond filmim电竞官网- until November (fingers crossed), this collaboration with holiday-wear expert Orlebar Brown should scratch the itch. The collection features pieces inspired by – and in some instances recreated from – iconic items from 007's onscreen wardrobe. No, not the safari suit.
Combining two Father's Day staples, this collaboration between the Bruichladdich Distillery and Farmison & Co sees the premium meat specialist cure its 32-day dry-aged heritage breeds beef in peaty Port Charlotte whisky, for a cut that's smoky as hell even before you get it on the grill.
£42 for 900g,