Father’s Day is just a few weeks away and I thought I’d try and put together a few ideas for the special men in your life. I always struggle to think of gifts for my husband and my Dad and Father in Law… they are all so hard to shop for!
If you are in the same boat, here are a few ideas that might work for you:Hershel Wallet If your husband is like mine, he has had the same wallet for about 10 years. This Hershel wallet is simple and a great affordable gift option. Slip in a gift card to his favorite lunchtime spot or coffee shop.
Air Pods – These air pods are perfect for a sports fan or athlete or a Dad that does a lot of traveling in particular. Listen to podcasts, music or audiobooks. And these are so compact, they charge right in the case.Bose Speaker This Bose speaker uses an app or the remote to fill a room with music from Spotify, the radio, your music library and so on. This speaker is so sleek, it would look fantastic in any room. Facebook Portal I really do like the idea of this Facebook portal- mostly for Grandpa. This seems like a great way to keep in regular contact and to have Grandpa involved in everyday life. Drillbrush Ok this just looks fun for the Dad that loves his tools and tinkering. I could see my Dad and my husband getting a kick out of this. It is a scrub brush that attaches to a drill to clean a BBQ or other tough spots. Poplin Pajamas Lightweight pajamas in several patterns for summer. Carhartt Lunchbag If Dad packs his own lunch or is into meal prepping, this lunch bag might be a good option. This would also work for a Dad that spends a lot of time at sports or other activities away from home. This misting fan is perfect for a Dad that camps or fishes or spends a lot of time at a ballpark or soccer field. It is getting into the triple digits next week and I really want to pick one of these up for soccer and for softball. Stan Smith Sneakers Simple, classic and perfect summer sneakers. You can get Dad and child matching pairs too which would be so adorable. Fitbit Iconic Fantastic gift for the Dad or the Grandpa that is trying to be fit. Choose from a few wristband colors and this Fitbit will run workouts on the watch, play music, track running/swimming or riding stats, track your sleep and so much more. Yeti Mug This tumbler is perfect for Dads with a long commute or with unusual work schedules. My husband is in sales so he is in and out of the car all day long and a giant tumbler is perfect for drinks or coffee. This is a great gift too for the Dads that spend early weekend mornings at ballparks and sports activities. All Stars start this weekend for us and we have three games on Saturday alone. A really good tumbler or water bottle is a great gift for a sports Dad.
Hypervolt so this is a pricey gift but I have heard over and over and over again it is worth every penny. If Dad is an athlete or maybe sits at a desk all day and has sore muscles, you might consider getting one of these for him. Really it could be an investment for the entire family as this thing relives soreness and stiff muscles, helps to accelerate recovery after runs or games, helps with circulation and more. I thought the price tag on this was ridiculous but my friends are constantly telling me it is worth it. In fact just yesterday I was asking our track coach about recovery for my daughter and he said we should really look into one of these. My husband plays soccer a few times a week and always comes home with some sort of ache or pain and I am really considering picking one of these up.
If you have other really great ideas for Father’s Day gifts, please share them below! I’d love to hear any other great suggestions.