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Ties. Tool kits. “World’s Greatest Dad” trophies. After kids have been out of the “macaroni-glitter-art-project” years, fathers tend to accumulate a lot of the typical Father’s Day gifts. Of course ties, tools, and trophies are all nice, but this year, don’t resort to one of these cliché gifts. Get your dad something he’ll really enjoy. No matter what kind of dad you have—sports nut or scholar, geek or golf fanatic—we've found something that will be perfect for him.
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