Today's guest post is by Britni Birt.
Dads can be hard to shop for, but don’t just reach for just a funny card—or worse, another tie. We’ve got a collection of unique gift ideas to get you started.
For the fun-loving dad, give something that can be used by the whole family (or Dad and his friends) after a stressful day. Go a step above Monopoly with a high-quality poker set for some serious playtime.
A new tent or camping supplies can be a great incentive for dad plan an outdoor getaway. Check out the Father’s Day sale at Cabela’s for inspiration—and tents big enough for the family.
We know we said no ties, but what guy couldn’t go for some really nice new shoes? Show dad how much you care by letting him pick out his own shoes to rock with an Allen Edmonds eGift card.
If Dad is a techie, a new Apple gadget is a great gift he’ll definitely used. Best Buy has everything from MacBooks to AppleTV—because nothing says, “Thanks, Dad,” like an excuse to marathon The Walking Dead.
A framed photo says, “Dad, I appreciate the memories we’ve made together.” A photo in a personalized frame says, “Dad, I appreciate the memories we’ve made together and I thought far enough ahead to have a gift personalized for you.”
A handsome new set of grooming supplies goes a long way. This one from Jos. A. Bank folds neatly and travels well, but gift sets like these abound at retailers. Check out kits for shaving, shining shoes, and mending clothes.