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Jcoco and Bean Box have teamed up for “The Father’s Day Box”, filled with Seattle chocolates and coffees. (Image: Jcoco & Bean Box)

Father's Day Gift Guide

Deep breaths - you have time. Father's Day is Sunday June 21st, and with these locally made gifts you don't even have to worry about shipping delays.

Chocolate & Coffee. Jcoco and Bean Box have teamed up for "The Father's Day Box", filled with Seattle chocolates and coffees. The box costs $30 online, and comes with four local coffees and four jcoco couture chocolates, as well as tasting notes and a pairing menu.

Leather Goods. Dad's best friend for the last 118 years - outdoor outfitted Filson is a great place to find gifts. We're especially fond of their rugged briefcase ($265), complete with dividers for laptops, accessories and paperwork. Or how about their leather pouch ($100) for Dads who travel and need one place to put all their devices?

Man of Fashion. Is Dad a sharp dresser? Radley Raven, a local company, is all about creating a sophisticated look based on the Roaring Twenties. Yeswe're talking bow ties. They range in color and price (starting at $88), with a line of pocket squares for the more traditional fathers out there. .

Active Dad. Is Dad always up early on weekends getting that workout in? If he's a biker, check out R+E Cycles, a custom bicycle store in Seattle's University District. Everything is hand-built on-site by the staff. Whether you want a new bike for Dad, or just a trusted place to fix his up - look no further.

Bike Bags. No, literally. Alchemy Goods - which we've covered before - makes goods like messenger bags out of used bike inner tubes. Not just a fun backstory, but resistant reliable products as well.

On The Rocks. If your father enjoys a stiff drink every now and then, get him a bottle of Bradley's ($10). The Tonic Company imports Cinchona Bark and blends secret spices in small batches right here in Seattle. Add to that some award-winning gin from Captive Spirits Distilling and you've just made him the happiest man alive.

Rocker. Whether he's actually good at guitar or not; doesn't matter. Musical Dad deserves to look good when he's jamming out. CopperPeace is headquartered in Seattle and handcraft leather guitar straps.

Chef Dad. A master in the kitchen needs juuust the right tools to work with. Blu Skillet ($80+) is a the result of a blacksmith husband and artist wife team whose work results in beautiful and useful) carbon steel pans.