Published on April 22nd, 2020
June is just around the corner and you find yourself asking the same question you ask every year: what does Dad want for Father’s Day? If homemade cards and coffee mugs just aren’t going to cut it this year, we’ve got you covered.
Whether you’ve got a sports fanatic dad or a DIYer, this guide will help you find the perfect Father’s Day gift this year. Here are a few awesome gift ideas for each type of dad.
1. The Ultimate Diyer
Does your dad always have a project going on? Is he constantly making home improvements? Is he the unofficially neighborhood handyman? Then a DIY-style gift is definitely the way to go.
Add a fun home improvement project to his to-do list this year by giving him a new home security camera system this Father’s Day.
Home security systems don’t require professional installation, which makes for the perfect DIY gift for your dad.
A home improvement project that helps keep the home and family safe at the same time? It’s a DIY Dad’s dream come true.
2. The Workout Junkie
Most dads rock the dad bod, while others are fitness fanatics. If you’ve got a workout junkie for a dad, sports equipment and workout gear are always safe choices.
There are tons of different options when it comes to fitness depending on your dad’s style or sport of choice. Here are a few fitness gifts to consider:
- Dumbbell set
- Resistance bands
- Fitness watch
- Workout shoes or cleats
- Foam roller
- Warm up jacket and/or pants
Whether your dad has his own in-home gym or prefers to take his workouts outside, these gift ideas are sure to put a smile on your dad’s face.
3. The Beer Enthusiast
The most cliche (but likely the most fun) of all dad types: the beer guy.
If your dad is somewhat of a beer enthusiast, then you can’t go wrong with beer-themed decor or beer accessories for his man cave.
From shower beer holders to beer chiller sticks, there are tons of different gift options for the beer-loving dads out there.
When all else fails, fill up a growler full of your dad’s favorite beer and order a set of personalized glass pints for the ultimate beer-drinking gift.
4. The Business Man
For professional dads always on the go, gifts that offer ease of use and convenience are always a big hit.
If your dad’s work requires him to travel often, he’ll appreciate cool but practical travel accessories like these:
- Wireless headphones
- Portable charger
- Rolling briefcase
- Handheld steamer
- Travel pillow
- Personalized passport holder
- Versatile duffel bag or backpack
No matter what you choose, these travel gifts will help make your dad’s next trip much more enjoyable.
Make This Father’s Day One To Remember!
Ditch the “World’s Best Dad” coffee mug and funny tie this year. Instead, give your dad a gift that is tailored to his personality.
Whether your dad loves to spend his time exercising outdoors or prefers chillin’ in his man cave, this guide will help you choose the perfect Father’s Day gift.