Last Minute Gift Ideas for Dad

*By: Linz Bordner*

Father’s Day is right around the corner…like tomorrow, and if procrastination is your middle name and you still haven’t picked out your gift yet, here are a few last-minute gift ideas to help with the process.

Insulated Water Bottle

Yes, dads need to stay hydrated too! Yeti and Swell bottles are all the rage due to their stylish and functional design. They are superior choices for keeping drinks hot or cold for long periods of time.

Swell Water Bottle

Yeti Water Bottle

Cast-Iron Pan

If dad loves to cook, then having a great cast-iron pan is an essential. Lodge is a great brand of cast-iron cookware.

Lodge Classic Skillet

Camping/Folding Chair

You can’t have enough folding chairs! Great for camping, catching your son’s/grandson’s baseball game, or relaxing at a backyard concert, having a comfy seat to bask in the summer sun or take an afternoon nap is a must for dads everywhere!

Coleman Camping Chair

Beer or Beer of the Month Club

Typically, a man’s favorite drink, a six-pack of his favorite beer or subscription to a Beer of the Month club is a great gift for that beer drinker in your life. MicroBrewed Beer of the Month Club is one I’ve used and recommend. There’s also Rare Beer Club and Beer Drop, which I’ve heard good things about.

Beer of the Month Club

Percussion Massage Gun

If dad has a job that requires manual labor or back pain is a routine complaint, then a massage gun is great for soothing sore muscles and aching joints. I highly recommend investing in a TheraGun. The price point may seem a little salty, but it’s like have your own personal masseuse or chiropractor right in your own home.

Percussive Therapy Massage Gun

Gift Cards

If you feel like dad has everything, then a gift card to his favorite restaurant or store will fit the bill. My dad thoroughly enjoys getting gifts cards and as much as I’ve wanted to get creative and break away from the gift card rut, it’s truly what he wants, so why not get the man what he wants on Father’s Day!

Other Gestures of Love

Other thoughtful gestures of love like making him his favorite meal or helping with yard work can sometimes mean more than an actual gift to open. Whatever gift you come up with, we are sure dad will appreciate the thought and effort. Have a wonderful Father’s Day!

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