Looking for the perfect gift idea for Dad? Something practical, unique, fun, surprising, or perhaps even life saving? These gift ideas for Dad may make you go Wow, hmmm, Yum, ahhh, reeeaallly, cool, or just make you laugh out loud!
Gift Ideas for Dad
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Is this fun or what? If the dad in your life wears ties, what better way to bring a smile to his face every time he uses this Marvel Avengers Captain America Tie Clip!
Head over to Oh Happy Day to see this super cool idea using Shrink Film. This is really neat! It takes homemade crafting to a new level and, it’s even useful.
An iTunes gift card is perfect for the Leave Me The Heck Alone Dude at the gym! He can pop his ear buds in and workout in peace.
Costco Gift Card
Oh my goodness! There’s so much fun to be had at Costco. Guy stuff is easy to be found.
It’s always a treat to brew a specialty coffee. Even though I was a barista, I have to admit I’m not a coffee drinker, but the hubby LOVES Java!Java! Coffee.
The dad in the Zotti household often has a kink, a knot, an itch, what have you. I’m thinking most dads would love this PTFit Multiroller. Of course, the balancing act the kids play when walking on their dad’s back is always fun to watch too!
For the dad in your life that takes protection seriously. My hubby loves his UnderTech Undercover Concealment Tank Top.
These Concealment Shorts are next on Blake’s list. Any way that makes concealing more comfortable and less conspicuous is his goal.
You know you love it! Maybe Dad would spend less time on the toilet if he had one of these? Read more about why you need a Squatty Potty here.
Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
Heading to the beach? Check out Coolibar for ways to protect Dad’s skin while enjoying surf, sun, and sand.
This Short Sleeve Cool Fitness Shirt is rated UPF 50+. It is lightweight, breathable, and moisture wicking. The dad in your life will look handsome in this shirt too.
Alright, you caught me, I’m adding this one in because Blake seems to have a hard time with those clunky batteries. They seem to have lost their ability to charge. I’m thinking a corded drill just might be a better option. I’m not saying this is the best out there because I just don’t know but I love the idea.
Okay, it may not SEEM like the perfect choice but it just might be. The practical gift may free up Dad’s fun money for something he’s been saving for. Something big!
Find out what he needs and I’m sure he’ll be thankful.
It’s decision time. There are a few things on this list Blake already has. I would love to give him the rest but, you know, I’m working with an allowance here.