Father’s day is the perfect opportunity to spoil the dads in your life, this can also include bringing them up to speed with the latest men’s fashion trends and electronics, facilitating their love for sports and leisure or simply surprising them with their favorite nonsensical or old school gifts.
Forget the electric razor gift idea this Father’s Day and get him some much deserved pampering mixed with a little old school class. V’s Barbershop offers gift cards, discounts on father and son haircuts, shoe shines, massages and so much more.
If you’re shopping for a man who couldn’t bear the thought of life without his iphone, a worthy investment is the Lifeproof iphone/ipad case that is rapidly gaining attention for its water, dirt, snow and shock proof capabilities. Enough said.
For a man with discerning taste when it comes to beer, barbecue sauce, bacon and hot sauce, Amazing Clubs offer annual subscriptions for each of these life staples (and so many more). The gift that keeps on giving each month of the year is ideal for the guy who is unfamiliar with moderation or bores easily.
There is no better gift intended for the celebration of fatherhood that a quality cigar. But why settle for just a cigar when you could give him (or share with him) an entire experience? That is what Magnum’s Cigars, Wine & Liquor offers its clientele; a sophisticated atmosphere dedicated to indulgence. Don’t forget to hit the retail shop on your way out.
If sharing a sport together is your idea of a more traditional Father’s Day past time, the Arizona Diamondbacks take on both the Seattle Mariners and the Chicago Cubs the week following dad’s day. For father/daughter basketball fans, the Phoenix Mercury offer a discounted package for every Friday home game of the season.
For the self-professed geek dads out there, as well as the guys who revel in the old school, there is always thinkgeek.com. When all else fails, grab him a Retro Nintendo USB controller, some Batman cuff links or that circuit board business card holder he’s always wanted.