Cowes! If you’re anything like us, we’ve definitely waited until the absolute last moment to gift Dad this Father’s Day. Scroll on for 6 items bound to make Dad feel special this Father’s Day.
We love a Dad who is prepared and you know what we love even more? Ice cold beverages on a hot summer day. Trust us when we say, Dad agrees. This cooler will level Dad’s game up and it actually leaves your F&B safe & cool.
This is the ultimate gift for the father looking to be more conscious of his overall well-being. The Oura ring reliably tracks sleep, readiness and activity through “scores” accessed easily via the smartphone Oura app. This data-driven gift is sleek while mapping Dad’s health data, focusing on long-term insights and patterns so healthy practices can be built, every day and over time.
No Dad wants to splurge on his own slippers. That’s where you come in! These men’s slippers are tried, tested and true. We’ve tried lots of slippers for both men and women and we actually always choose this style over all the options out there.
There is no better way to brighten up anyone’s day than by finding the key to their sweet (or salty) tooth. Surprise dad with his favourite lineup of treats or pub eats. We also love this gift idea because it can be enjoyed together and it’s another opportunity to support local bakeries, ice cream stores and restaurants.
Even if Dad isn’t the biggest bookworm, this will have him excited to book his next vacation. Who knows, maybe he’ll even bring you along for the ride after becoming attached to Bourdain’s unique travel guide. Also, if there is an author Dad loves, look into their latest drops because it’s likely that he hasn’t treated himself to a new read.
Skincare has become another dimension of men’s self-care and wellness. If Dad isn’t using at least one skincare product meant for facial care aside from his 3-in-1 Dove or Old Spice body wash, it’s time to introduce him to a core lineup. Kiehl’s has us covered this Father’s Day with the starter kit Dad never knew he needed. He’ll thank you later.