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Great Gifts for Dad

Still shopping for the perfect present for Sunday? Gift your main man in style this Father’s Day.

Carthusia Numero Uno Cologne ($120, from The Gent’s Place; photo by Aaron Lindberg) has a story you won’t find at the department store perfume counter: Made using perfume formulas from the Carthusian Monastery of St. Giacomo on the island of Capri, Carthusia was established in 1948 at the permission of the pope. This scent features spicy notes of rosemary and intense musk.

Upgrade a classic gift for dad—the watch—with this Hamilton thinline quartz timepiece, ($545, from Halls; photo by Kenny Johnson). Part of the Jazzmaster collection, the model combines comfort and convenience with modern styling.

Made in Italy, these Gucci Logo Temple 63mm aviator sunglasses ($285, from Nordstrom) subtly bear the brand’s signature stripes and logo while providing 100 percent UV protection through gradient lenses.

Backpacks have made a fashionable comeback in recent years, but any old take on the trend won’t do. The Tumi Alpha Bravo “Knox” backpack ($365, from Nordstrom) is polished enough to take to the office and durable enough to use as a carryon.

A dress shirt (St. Croix shirt, $195, from Geno’s Clothiers; photo by Kenny Johnson) might not be the most earth-shattering present, but it’s one the receiver is sure to use, especially in a classic checked pattern and a Royals-adjacent hue of blue.

For the fan who wants to wear his team pride on his sleeve, we love these cufflinks, ($75, from Geno’s Clothiers; photo by Kenny Johnson) celebrating the Royals’ 2015 World Series win.

Make Dad’s shave an experience he enjoys with the sleek Parker white handle shave brush and chrome handle butterfly open safety razor ($55 and $40 from The Gents Place; photo by Aaron Lindberg).

Products such as Truefitt & Hill aftershave balm and ultimate comfort shaving cream ($32 and $30, from The Gents Place; photo by Aaron Lindberg), make getting a close shave extra luxurious.