Shopping Father’s Day Gift Guide: 20 great ideas for every kind of dad Father’s Day Gift Guide: 20 great ideas for every kind of dad Dads aren’t all beer-drinking barbecuers. Here are 20 irreverent gift ideas to help you show up your siblings on Father’s Day. By Jean Grant | June 9, 2016By Jean Grant | 06/09/2016 icon-twitter icon-facebook Toronto artist Jamie Ashforth hand-painted this extra-cute elephant card. $6. Etsy.com Mountain Equipment Co-op’s ice cream maker is a fun way to work for dessert. Simply add cream, sugar, vanilla and rock salt, shake and roll the ball for 20 minutes, and voilà! A pint of fresh ice cream. $38. Mec.ca. For lazy dock days, Bather Trunk’s summery, made-in-Canada hat will complement any of Dad’s polos. $52. Bathertrunkcompany.com. These metallic soccer cleats will be a big hit with Leo Messi fans: the star will wear them during the Copa America this summer. The shoes are sold at Adidas’s soccer-themed Toronto pop-up. $380 each. Available at 584 College Street until July 31. Dads deserve to be pampered, too. The Shangri La’s Hammam spa offers a relaxing facial tailored to men. From $170. Mirajcaudaliespa.com. For gifters on a budget, this hydrating bath bomb from Consonant Skincare provides an all-natural (and barely scented) way for Dad to chill out. $9. Consonantskincare.com. This playful Portuguese flannel button-down, made from lightweight Egyptian cotton, is decorated with tiny diving women. $165. Parkprovince.com. This four-grain Canadian whiskey is bound to please any scotch-loving dad. $45. Lcbo.com. Toronto-based company Present Day Gifts puts together thoughtful baskets that can be delivered right to Dad’s door. This one, dubbed “The Woodsman,” comes with a patterned pocket square, Rowan Apothecary’s beard/facial oil, a sleek cedar bottle opener, a leather keychain and skull-shaped chocolate truffles. $105. Presentdaygifts.ca. This kit from Toronto label Kotn is for dads who thrive on high-quality basics. It consists of three brand signature Egyptian cotton T-shirts and one cozy gray sweatshirt. (The packaging is pretty cute, too.) $120. Kotn.com. For more sartorially adventurous fathers, this handmade leather bowtie from Toronto label Fitzy will add some pizzaz to a suit or chambray shirt. $40. Fitzy.ca. When it’s not in use, this poker set doubles as rustic cottage decor. $59. Chapters.indigo.com. If Dad can’t wait for the Rio Olympics, get him extra-excited with this Team Canada bandana. $15. Thebay.com. This artisanal turkey jerky, made in small batches without any preservatives or artificial flavours, is far superior to your gas station variety. $9 each. Kravejerky.com. Let Dad channel his inner Stannis Baratheon in this Game of Thrones version of the conquest board game Risk. $80. Snakesandlattes.com. Cookies disguised as french fries are the perfect Father’s Day dessert for fast-food lovers. $4 each. Lindseybakes.com. French artist Pierre-Adrien Sollier reimagines pop culture icons—including Elvis, Karl Lagerfeld and Superman, pictured above—as Playmobil figurines for his colourful prints. $38. Lumas.com. What dad wouldn’t want an unusually luxurious leather caddy for his craft brews? $88. Muttonheadstore.com. The Drake General Store collaborated with J.P. Wisers on a collection of whiskey-themed pantry items. If your dad likes grilling, this tamarind whiskey sour glaze will give his ribs some tang. $12. Drakegeneralstore.ca. This new Kobo e-reader is completely waterproof, letting Dad relax worry-free by the pool, at the lake or in the tub. $200. Kobobooks.ca. Topics: Father's Day 2016 Father's Day Gift Guide Game of Thrones Kotn Leo Messi MEC Rio Olympics Free style advice—no purchase necessary Thanks for signing up! Sign up to get The Goods, our weekly newsletter filled with store guides, shopping tips, design goals and fashion trends Now, check your inbox to complete your subscription SIGN ME UP Go! We won't ever use your email address for anything else GET MORE NEWSLETTERS Want even more Toronto Life? Follow us on social media.