When it comes to gift-giving, some dudes are notoriously difficult to shower with gifts. If this sounds familiar, then you're probably stuck with the same question every year: What do dads want for Valentine's Day? Do they even care? Probably. These potential presents will give you plenty out-of-the-box ideas for the dudes in your life.
If your dad falls into that impossible-to-buy-for category, then some less traditional gifts may work perfectly for Valentine's Day. Whether these presents tend toward the geeky, the funny, or the plain weird, they're all pretty great. I mean, no one is going to forget the year you gave dad a bug-eyed Chia Pet for Valentine's Day. But also, don't give up on all traditional gifts for the choosy dude. Some fine chocolates, or even a fun tie, will be welcomed by many a dad and make fine Valentine's Day gifts for men. It all depends on how your own father's personal tastes.
And if it feels like the Valentine's Day celebrations get a little larger each year, you're spot on. The average annual spending for Valentine's Day is around $13,290,000,000, as reported by Statistic Brain. This spending is likely most generated by couples, but plenty of presents are given to other family members, kids, friends, and coworkers alike. So if you want to give your dad a little token of affection on this holiday, then you're also in good company.
It's a totally new twist on the traditional Valentine's candy. These vodka-infused gummy bears are both unique and delicious. Hey, there are plenty of men who have as much a sweet tooth as you do — in fact, you probably got it from him.
For the dad on the go, this rustic headphone wrap is a must. He can listen to music, audiobooks, and podcasts at a moment's notice without the annoyance of tangled headphones. Actually, get one for yourself, too.
Hey, sometimes the traditional gifts make the best gifts, and if your dad is already a fan of chocolate, then step up your gift game with this collection. With exotic ingredients such as Hungarian paprika, wasabi, and absinthe, these chocolates are extraordinary, and he'll probably share, too.
Plenty of men appreciate a good novelty tie. If this sounds like your dear old dad, then consider this holiday-themed tie. And if his style is a bit more serious, you can always opt for a more sophisticated pattern.