This one’s for the boys.
What: Pay it forward this Father’s Day by scoring Dad some made-for-him shades ($135-$145). For every pair purchased, the company gives medical treatment, prescription glasses, or sight-saving surgery to someone in need.
Why: Wayfarer, aviator, and ’70s-era styles; multiple frame colors; and a virtual try-on ensure the perfect pairing.
Where: Online at toms.com.
Wood Thumb Neckwear
What: Let him embrace the planking craze safely and fashionably with a reclaimed wooden tie ($34) that appears stiff as a board but is actually lightweight and flexible.
Why: Fabric is for girls. Real men wear trees.
Where: Online at woodthumb.com.
The Hungover Cookbook
What: Know a cool pop who still likes to get his swerve on? Get him into the kitchen (where he belongs) to whip up the tome’s ($8) recipes that embrace the after-booze blues.
Why: Use tests to diagnose just how bad the sitch is; remedy with a dish (peanut butter, bacon, and banana sandwich; spicy sausage and bean casserole) that will right all his wrongs.
Where: Online at amazon.com.
Trunk Club Men’s Fashions
What: Not all dads are created fashionable. Set up a profile to determine his needs and preferences, receive a selection of outfits chosen especially for him, and return anything unwanted. Bonus: free shipping both ways.
Why: A treasure trove (sportswear, casual, and office attire) for shop-o-phobics.
Where: Online at trunkclub.com.
Beekman 1802’s Cajeta Caramel
What: Add spice to his life with an all-natural concoction ($12) made from goat’s milk. It starts sweetly and ends with a bang, thanks to habanero infusion.
Why: A fruit, cheese, and nut platter garnished with the gooey stuff will add kick to his day.
Where: Online at beekman1802.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Toms