Tom and I do stockings for each other every year. Of course, I also grab a few things that I want to go in my own stocking. I always struggle with ideas for what to put in his stocking though and usually end up with the same few things. I put together a great list of stocking stuffers for dads. Typically, stocking stuffers are cheaper items, but I know some couples just do stockings for each other.
Stocking Stuffers for Dads
Tile – Stuff Dad's stocking with Tile, the little Bluetooth tracker that will help him find his keys, wallet, or just about anything. Just hook, stick, or slide a Tile onto or into anything you don’t want to lose! Tile is an affordable gift with great deals on multipacks throughout the holiday season. Every multipack comes with free gift pouches — no gift wrapping required.
Star Wars Death Star USB Wall Charger – I think everyone is fighting over chargers these days. Get Dad a cool one of his own!
Beer Socks – Let Dad kick up his feet with these fun and comfy socks!
Swiss Army Pocket Knife – Everyone needs a pocket knife. This swiss army knife has a little bit of everything on it.
Jerky – I always end up putting jerky in his stocking. It's something he loves and this is a fun exotic variety.
Bacon Chocolate Bar – Bacon + Chocolate. What's not to love?
Echo Dot – Dad can take the Echo Dot to work, keep it in the garage, or use it in the man cave. The Echo Dot allows you to play music, check weather, play games, check sports scores, and about a thousand other things.
Diversion Safe – Dad can keep valuables safe in these cool diversion safes. Perfect for his car or on-the-go.
Smart Plug – Use that new Echo Dot with this Smart Plug. Dads + tech is always a win.
Hot Sauce – What is it about men and hot sauce? This fun collection will keep him busy for awhile!
Best Dad Ever Tee – Every Dad will appreciate this Best Dad Ever tee.
Magazine – Pop a single issue of his favorite magazine in his stocking with a note saying he's got a new subscription coming.
What are some of your favorite things to toss in Dad's stocking?