Filson watch cap, $45, with USA-sourced wool; or a Heattech ribbed beanie, $15. (Have you ever talked to someone who has worn Heattech? Everyone goes nuts, including myself. It’s SO warm.)
Jaw-dropping photo book by world-class mountaineer Jimmy Chin, $46, including lots of behind-the-scenes details of impossible conditions.
Beer glasses, $42 for two, made with recycled glass that has a natural green tint. And the short stem makes sure that his hands won’t warm up the beer.
A cashmere sweater that comes in 15 colors. $128. (This shirt is cute, too.)
California fruit and cheese box, from $65, for winter picnics.
A very funny game, $20, asking questions like, “Who in the room would survive the least amount of time on a desert island?” and “Who in the room pees in the shower?”
Sichuan Chili Crisp, $12.75, a savory, crunchy hot sauce that brightens up chicken, eggs, noodles, dumplings, pizza, literally anything. (Cup of Jo reader Mikayla highly recommends it.) Also: these dumplings!
A framed photo of the people he loves most, from $62.
A magnet to make him laugh. $10.
A donation in his name to National Park Foundation, because he always took you and your siblings on fun “adventures,” whether to Yellowstone or the neighborhood grocery store.
P.S. The 2018 gift guide for dads, the 2019 gift guide for dads and the 2020 gift guide for dads.
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