It’s never easy shopping for Father’s Day gifts, is it? What do you get the man who’s given you everything? Sure, you could swing by Home Depot and pick him up a tool, but he likely has a garage full of them, already. Then there’s always the familiar fallback of buying him some socks, or a tie…but that feels fairly lame. Trust me, even if he doesn’t show it, he feels the same way. Nobody enjoys getting socks as a gift–even Dad.
So, why not get him something unique, this year? Get him something that he will actually use and enjoy on a daily basis. Here’s a quick list of 5 Father’s Day gifts that Dad will absolutely love!
A wallet that charges his iPhone
Yes, you read that correctly: this wallet by Nomad is capable of giving any iPhone with a lightning connection a full charge to its battery. Made from high-grade Horween leather, these amazing little beauties are made to patina with age. Just like Dad.
If your old man likes to travel, hike, camp, fish, or engage in any other outdoor activity that may keep him from having access to a charger, this could be a game changer for him. They’re available in the classic bi-fold style or in a slim version, but are only compatible with iPhone, at this time.
Luxury messenger bag/briefcase
Does dear old Dad work in an office setting? If so, chances are he could always use an upgrade to his current briefcase. Our selection of messenger bag briefcases from Venque are a stylish and sturdy option. Made from Venque’s proprietary Quanta fabric, these bags are scratch and stain resistant, as well as water and dust repellent. The spacious interior offers plenty of room for a laptop, tablet, books, paperwork and other office essentials.
Upgrade his shaving routine
Dads always say that you should always use the right tools for the job. Unfortunately, many of them have fallen victim to the multi-blade razor marketing scheme. Get dad a father’s day gift that will take him back to a time when guys got a close, comfortable shave without paying an arm and a leg for blade cartridge replacements. Pick him up a shaving set like this one from Detroit Grooming and he’ll thank you for the rest of his life.
Nobody likes to look in the mirror and watch themselves getting older. Dads are no exception. Help him to slow down the aging process with an all-natural and organic anti-aging routine from Brickell Men’s Products. The routine comes with an anti-aging cream designed specifically for men’s skin, as well as an under-eye balm. For an even more serious anti-aging regimen, pick him up Brickell’s Day Serum and Night Serum. All of these products are made 100% natural ingredients, including powerhouses like hyaluronic acid, MSM, and plant stem cells. This father’s day gift will keep dad looking young and feeling great for years to come.
If your dad is still wearing the same cologne he was when he was a teenager, help him to get with the times. Fulton & Roark has an amazing line of solid cologne that comes in ingenious little steel containers that make them super convenient to carry around in his pocket. They smell great, too. The fragrances are unique combinations that don’t smell like traditional colognes, at all. You certainly won’t mistake any of them for Joop or Drakkar or Stetson, that’s for sure. If you’re looking for a unique father’s day gift that will surprise and delight your pops, you can’t go wrong with this one.
Extra Credit Options
If none of these particularly sound like something your dad would enjoy, why not book him a reservation at the local spa? Many facilities are beginning to offer mens services and 49% of all spa patrons are men, these days. Set him up with a massage, and maybe even a foot soak & scrub. Alternatively, you could also set him up with a reservation at his favorite barber for a hot towel treatment, wet shave, and haircut.
The possibilities are honestly endless, which is partially what makes buying Father’s Day gifts so darn difficult. In the end, though, what matters most is that you spend some time with him, this Father’s Day weekend. Give him a hug, tell him you love him and appreciate all he’s done for you. That’s really all he’s looking for.