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5 Last Minute Father's Day Gifts He Will Love

Men are notoriously hard to shop for. But that doesn't mean you have to buy them the requisite set of power tools, tie or pair of socks. So if you're looking for a different kind of Father's Day gift for your Dad or the special man in your life, and you're willing to splurge (c'mon, he's worth it), here are five last minute picks from Everything She Wants.


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Fashioned in handsome black leather with standout white stitching and sole, these rugged, Harley-Davidson Beau boots ($174) are good for work or play; available on Zappos.com.



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We love charitable shopping. And these luxe leather items -- Dobra backpack ($270); Cyband Bike Strap ($20); and Gymano Duffel Bag ($300) -- are from Oliberte, a stylish, sustainable lifestyle brand that supports workers' rights in sub-Saharan Africa.



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Thinning hair is no fun, for men or for women. So give Dad a gift that keeps on giving...hair regrowth, that is. Available in three models, HairMax LaserComb (starting at $295) is the first and only laser phototherapy medical device on the market that has been FDA Cleared for at-home-use to treat hair loss and stimulate hair growth in men and women suffering from certain types of hereditary hair loss. In clinical trials users regrew hair in using the laser for up to 15 minutes three times per week. 

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