Father’s Day is right around the corner! If you’re still stuck in the brainstorming phase of gift buying for your favorite Dapper Dad, we’re here to help! Here are a few top picks from the favorite dapper dads in our lives!
My husband got this dartboard for an early Father’s Day present… aka he saw the box and had to hang it in the garage immediately. Haha! It’s been an awesome way for him to spend time with my youngest son. He has also started playing darts via FaceTime with his brother and friends which is an added blessing during social-distancing.
Joe discovered this hat at PGA Super Store before a golf tournament. He picked it up in a few colors and loves it because he doesn’t feel like he’s clashing brands as much between Nike, Titleist, Under Armour, etc. trying to piece together his golf gear for a round of golf. Plus he says these hats are super comfortable and don’t leave marks across his forehead, even when worn backwards on the weekends.
Evidently, swim trunk lining is the male equivalent of a woman’s bra underwire… scratchy and uncomfortable. Or so I’ve been told. I bought my husband a pair of Fair Harbor Lined Swim Trunks for his birthday after seeing the ads pop up on Facebook repeatedly. He swears by these and wants to replace all of his other trunks with the lined option.
Admittedly, I didn’t understand the price of these YETI coolers and still have mixed feelings about paying so much for a cooler that gets dragged to concerts, the pool, the beach, etc. But… guys love YETI coolers so they make an easy Father’s Day gift that he’ll love! I’ve also heard great things about the Artic and Orca brands being comparable quality and “chill” wise. Joe has the Yeti Bag Cooler and Yeti Hopper and swears by both of them. He loves that he can stock it with beer, Truly, water or sodas and it never leaks and the ice stays frozen and drinks stay cold all day. This gift is definitely worth the splurge for your Dapper Dad.
My husband starting using Stitch Fix Men a few years ago to add a few pieces to his work wardrobe. He hates shopping and he hates trying on clothes so this seemed like a win-win all around. He’s actually loved that he gets a box of clothes shipped to the house where he can try them on when he has time, then put anything he doesn’t want back in the mailing envelope. No waiting in line for returns, no weird fitting room lights, etc.
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