The Ultimate Father’s Day Gift Guide
Can you believe that Father’s Day is just a few weeks away? Since many stores are still closed and shipping delays seem to be inevitable, we recommend buying your Father’s Day gifts now.
Our ultimate Father’s Day gift guide will help you pick out the perfect present for every man in your life. Best of all, these Father’s Day gifts can be purchased without leaving your home!
Costa Del Mar Sunglasses
We’re kicking off our ultimate Father’s Day Gift guide with one of my favorite products–Costa Del Mar sunglasses. Costa’s polarized lenses deliver unmatched color, clarity, and performance, setting them apart from all other brands of sunglasses.
Our Father’s Day pick is the Diego, Costa’s most advanced sport performance sunglasses yet. Diego has an innovative spring hinge system that maximizes airflow and enhances the fit, as well as sweat management channels that wick way moisture to cool and ensure all day comfort. We like the Midnight Blue frames and Mirror Blue Polarized Glass lenses, but you can pick your perfect pair with Costa’s numerous frame and lense color combinations.
Chacos are the ultimate shoes for outdoor adventures–both in and out of the water. Every pair comes with adjustable straps that custom-fit to your foot, podiatrist-certified LUVSEAT™ PU footbed for all-day comfort and support, plus ChacoGrip™ rubber to grip any terrain. Chaco has been around for 30 years, so you know it’s a brand you can trust.
Gift the Dad in your life a pair of Chaco Z1 Classics.
Manscaped Grooming Tools
If you need a Father’s Day gift for your baby daddy, look no further than the Manscaped Lawn Mower 3.0. Manscaped is the #1 below the belt grooming and hygiene company, offering precision engineered grooming tools. You may have even seen the company’s pitch on Shark Tank where they landed a deal with Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner.
The new Lawn Mower 3.0 has SkinSafe anti-nick and QuietStroke technology plus an LED light.
Get 20% off and free shipping with the code WIMRB.
Give Dad the gift of cold beer this Father’s Day with BrüMate insulated drinkware. BrüMate’s products keep your drink perfectly chilled until the last drop, and look great doing it. There are lots of different styles and colors to choose from, and since the packaging is so pretty, you don’t even need to wrap it.
For beer drinkers, we like the Hopsulator Slim. It works with all 12 ounce slim cans, produces no condensation, and keeps your drink 20x colder than a standard can-cooler does.
If your Dad prefers cocktails, get him the BrüMate MargTini Gift Set. He can craft the perfect cocktail on the go using the 2 MargTini 10 ounce Tumblers/Lids and Cocktail Shaker. His cocktails will stay as fresh as the moment they were made.
Dad will love a new pair of boots! Boot Barn has almost 2000 pairs to choose from, but the Cody James Men’s Montana Square Toe Western Boots are our pick.
The Saddleback Leather Medium Bifold Leather Wallet is incredibly durable (made from full grain leather and lined with pigskin) and comes with a 100-year warranty.
Anderson Design Group’s Art Prints make a great addition to an office or around the house. Choose a print of Dad’s favorite city or national park.
Sterling Brooke’s beautiful Double Hinged Corkscrew is built with heavy duty stainless steel and naturally water resistant white oak. It has a Double Pull Cork Screw, Bottle Opener, and Foil Cutter.
Give your Dad a gift that the whole family can enjoy–the Primo Smart Touch Deluxe Bottom Loading Water Dispenser with cold, cool, and hot water on-demand. The smart touch design has a beautiful flush design with state of the art functionality, while the dispenser’s bottom-loading feature makes loading water bottles easy.
When in doubt, alcohol is always a good Father’s Day gift, right? Whether your Dad’s drink of choice is Vodka, Gin, or Bourbon, Mississippi’s Cathead Distillery has what you’re looking for.
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Some of the products in this post were given to me for inclusion in this post.
All opinions and reviews are unbiased and completely my own.
Taylor Pittman Hardy wrote this article.