Hi Everyone! I have put together 3 Father’s Day gift guides for you to find some inspiration this year. There is a fitness, under $50 and one that has a bunch of top trending items.
This is a special holiday for us – it is Mike’s first Father’s Day as a dad! I had fun picking out these items and imaging all the father’s in my life using them. I can just see Mike kicked up in the slippers, in front of the fire, sipping whiskey and watching football this fall.
Father’s Day is only a few weeks away so it is time to get serious about your plans. Scroll down and take a look!
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Mike has the running shoes and loves them. They look great and are comfortable for standing at the gym all day. And these socks are a family favorite. I love them for running and all training. Such great support and cushioning.
If you are looking for something quick and simple this year, check out these under $50 gifts. I would even take each of these for myself! Take a look at the Stanley flask – if you haven’t ever had a Stanley product you are missing out!
Here I have some perfect Father’s Day gifts for every dad in your life. Mike has this wallet – he got if because he could drive a car over it (practical). But it has RFID protection with is awesome. He also has the magnetic speaker and absolutely loves it for golf.
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