June is still two months away, but it’s never too early to start listing down gift ideas for the number one man in your life: your dad. Take a look at some gift suggestions you can give your old man for Father’s Day.
Your dad most likely owns one kind of vehicle or another. For his car, you can get him a smartphone holder or one of those very practical power banks that can not only charge gadgets but also jumpstart cars. A fork bag to provide extra storage on a motorcycle and a Bluetooth helmet are great gift ideas for a biker dad. If he has a vessel, accessories like a custom-made pontoon boat cover or a boat hammock will be appreciated.
Even if walking is the most strenuous physical activity your dad engages in, giving him sports gear is a safe bet. You can buy him a jersey of his favorite NBA or NFL player. If he actually plays sports, consider getting him new equipment, such as a tennis racket, a soccer ball, and a baseball mitt, to replace his old ones. Of course, your old man can use a new pair of sneakers—be they for exercising, playing, or just casual walking.
If your father is quite the handyman or simply loves tinkering with things, you won’t go wrong with tools. A circular saw, a nail gun, or a power drill will be a nice addition to his tool collection. For pocket-sized tools with multiple functions, you can go for a penknife or a screwdriver with interchangeable bits. Lastly, you can always give your dad’s old wood-handle hammer an upgrade by replacing it with a shock-absorbing one.
You still have plenty of time between now and Father’s Day, so spend it wisely by carefully choosing the perfect gift for your dad.