Experience what driving like the big guys feels like with a car-racing experience class. Attendees can ride along with a pro, or drive the car themselves for a bit more coin — the program has locations all over the country. [$130 to $3,000; NASCAR Racing Experience]
In early civilization, cavemen bonded over fire. In that tradition, gift your guys a shipment of Omaha Steaks and a sweet set of grill tools — grill tools go to whoever has the better grill setup, steaks to the person who'll bring 'em over. Consider the filet mignons and this stainless-steel four-piece set from Williams-Sonoma that includes a basting mop, a fork, a spatula and tongs. You also can find quality kits like this one at your local T.J.Maxx. [$70 for six 5-oz filet mignons; Omaha Steaks, $100; Williams-Sonoma]
Guys who love hunting, videogames and competition don't have to head to the bar to get a dose of Big Buck Hunter. With this plug-and-play system the game appears right on your TV screen — no videogame console required. And oh, yes, those signature plastic guns are included. Who will bring home the big trophy animal? Bragging rights are at stake. [$60; Cabela's]
Whether they'd rather watch a St. Louis Cardinals game or a Rolling Stones concert, StubHub has you covered. Select a dollar amount as a gift certificate (any amount from $25 to $500), and let them choose where they'll spend their father/future son bonding time. Freedom is a beautiful thing. [$25 to $500; StubHub]
Are your two favorite men more music buffs than sports fans? Trivial Pursuit's new Classic Rock Edition includes stumpers on the bands your dad grew up with, but your boyfriend loves to listen to. Just check out these question categories: "More than a Feeling," "Life in the Fast Lane," "I'm Just a Singer," "Purple Haze," "Touch of Grey" and "Born to Be Wild." Righteous. [$30; Best Buy]
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