Dads aren’t the easiest to shop for. They don’t want anything, they already have everything they need, or they’re extremely picky. Try as we might, but oftentimes, the gifts we give our dads on Father’s Day end up collecting dust. Not this Father’s Day, though! If you’ve got an active dad in your life, then look no further than our Father’s Day Gift Guide. Whether you go all out or split with your siblings, there’s something on the guide for everyone and every price range.

If you haven’t bought anything for your dad yet, it’s time to #hoptoit and look around at your options. We’re simplifying the search for you and giving you our best selections in a Father’s Day gift guide for the active dad.

Natural lip balm: Something a lot of dad’s don’t realize they need is lip balm. Whether they’re sweating in the sun or just out and about, this natural lip balm makes an easy gift that you know will be used.

Keurig: After your dad gets out of bed, make it easy for him to get his caffeine fix with a Keurig. It’s quick and doesn’t take up too space – what more could he want?!

Thrive Market gift card: One of our favorite resources for organic products, Thrive Market, is also a great resource for a Father’s Day gift. If he’s conscious about what he’s putting into his body and the products he’s using, then a Thrive Market gift card is perfect for him. Don’t forget to use your member perk!

Gym bag: Does he rush off to the gym before or after work? Get him this sleek looking Herschel Supply Co. bag, complete with a shoe garage.

Garmin watch: If your dad is a big-time runner and isn’t using a watch of some sort, then it’s time to change that. The Garmin watch gives pace alerts, tracks your steps, heart rate, calories burned, just to name a few. It’s a big splurge, but one he surely won’t forget.

T-shirt: It’s more than a regular t-shirt! The moisture-wicking and odor resistant fabric will make him (and everyone around him) sing your praises. It’s great for those hot days outside.

Ultimate man body scrub: It might sound odd, but this scrub made with oatmeal is excellent for relaxing tired muscles. You know they’ll never buy this for themselves.

Water bottle: Who else is in love with their water bottle? Now make your dad understand why it’s so important to carry one around.

Running shoes: Looking for more activities to do together? Take up trail racing together and start by giving him a pair of trail running shoes.