Coupons for free hugs don’t cut it anymore. Give him something he doesn’t have to redeem.Master of the UniverseFor Mom, it’s flowers. For Dad, it’s a desktop carnivorous plant set ($25). Everything but the water is included. And after a few weeks of care, seven killers (Venus flytraps, Cobra Lilies) emerge.Sports FanaticHe’d plaster the walls with old SI covers (Joe Namath era) if he could. Instead, get him a limited-edition print of “In the Ballpark,” “Golf Driving Range,” or “Ringside” (pictured). All start at $20.TrailblazerHe might be 60 (or so), but he runs, hikes, and bikes like a twentysomething. The Kiehl’s Cross-Terrain series includes foot cream, sunscreen, and body wash ($16-$26) — perfect for his active lifestyle.Young at HeartChannel his inner child (and outer history buff) with a Kitty Hawk flyer ($40), a kite modeled after the Wright brothers’ 1903 sky machine. It’s easy to assemble and makes a classy office decoration.Dapper DaddiesWhether you’ve got two fathers or one who really loves ties, Band of Outsiders has you covered. Buy one of its slim styles ($135) and get another for half off. Enter My Two Dads at checkout.For mini soldiers, a classic cooler, and more gifts for Pops, check out ShopTalk and our very own Father’s Day gift gallery.