Father's Day Gift Guide
Why are women so much easier to shop for? You can grab a cute accessory, flowers, home decor, pretty much anything and you know it will go over well. Men...not so simple.
With Father's Day right around the corner, it's time to stop browsing those adorable summer wedges and maxi dresses and channel your inner dude. We know you're busy, so we complied a list of our go-to Father's Day gifts! Bonus: you don't even have to get off the couch and roam the halls of Home Depot to pick one. Happy shopping!
This will really step up your koozie game...plus it's a conversation starter at any BBQ! It has a fancy gasket that locks your drink in place and it's a YETI so you know that it's going to stay cold for a ridiculously long time. Plus, it works with bottles or cans so your guy can pick his beverage of choice and celebrate with a cold one. Did we mention they come in seven different colors? It's always nice to have options so pick your favorite color and cheers that all-star dad.
$24.99 available on Yeti.com
From the pool to the park to the patio, the SoundLink Color Bluetooth speaker II is a tough and water-resistant companion that’s perfect for any adventure. Featuring a soft-touch silicone exterior and a built-in microphone for calls, it’s your go-to speaker with bold sound. Crank up the volume and celebrate dad with your fancy dance moves!
$129.95 available on Bose.com
These Hurley board shorts are part of the Pendleton National Park Collection so you know the prints and colors will be perfect for the nature loving dads in your life. And they're made with stretchy fabric so you get unrestricted movement in and out of the water. How else are you supposed to show off that dad bod?
Available on Pendleton.com for $65 and on sale at Nike.com for $51.97
This little bag is amazing...so amazing you might just want to order yourself one too. It lays flat so you can simply store it in your freezer overnight and in the morning the interior gel walls are frozen so everything stays cold. That means no more digging around for ice packs or squeezing your items in around the ice cubes. It has a buckle handle on the back so hooking it to a stroller is no problem. It's called a "lunch bag" but it holds beer too (just in case the dads in your life are like ours and might not care about a fancy lunch bag).
$19.99 available on Amazon.com
If we're being honest, anything from HydroFlask is a great gift. The quality is amazing and they are an awesome company to support. But for the dads who might need a little extra pep in their step (it's not easy keeping up with kids), fuel that caffeine craving without a disposable cup. This travel coffee cup keeps your drink hot or cold for longer than you'll ever need (who is going to take 12 hours to drink a coffee?) so dad will have plenty of stamina from a nice, hot cup of coffee.
Starts at $21.95 available on HydroFlask.com
We know. Giving socks on Father's Day is a joke. They are practical, impersonal, and a pretty boring gift. Until we discovered Stance socks, that is. Consider this your warning...once you try these socks it's pretty much impossible to go back to your Black Friday grocery store socks. They aren't cheap, but they are worth it. They stay in place and the designs are so cool dads feet will be doing a little happy dance.
$14 on Stance.com