Father’s Day Gift Guide

Ahhh Father’s Day. I have always felt like Father’s sort of get the shaft when it comes to their special day. BUT NOT THIS YEAR FOLKS. Show papa you care by getting him a handcrafted wallet, or maybe a custom fit shirt…or just make him a clay coffee cup he can’t really drink out of and tell him he is the best dad ever. I also have heard that the best gift is letting them watch the Penguins win the Stanley Cup in silence, but what do I know.

Leather Front Pocket Wallet

Front Pocket wallets are becoming more and more popular so help your dad stay hip and pick up one of these leather wallets by Holtz Leather Co. for Father’s Day. Plus, they can be personalized with his name or initials too!

Engraved Wood Watch

These handmade wooden watches from AxMen are so unique and the option to engrave the back with a name, date, or phrase makes this a lovely gift for any occasion.

The Rhodes Weekender Duffel Bag

Lo & Sons is one of my favorite places to look for duffel bags. I bought one for myself not too long ago and am so in love with it! It’s full of secret pockets, lots of zippers, tons of space, and it’s so well made! It’s durability makes it the perfect gift for the frequent traveler.

Monthly Beer Subscription

If your Dad is a big craft beer drinker, consider signing him up for a monthly subscription like this one from Craft Beer Club and he’ll get a little gift every month!

Hot Sauce Sampler

“The Good Hurt Fuego” hot sauce sampler is filled with a variety of 7 sauces with different flavors and levels of heat. If your Dad loves a kick of spice, get him this awesome sampler pack. Just look at the packaging, that alone sells it for us!

Denim Work Shirt

For the handyman, this heavy duty Deep Indigo Denim Work Shirt from Stock MFG is a great gift option as it will stand up to wear and tear better than most and is much more stylish than your typical work shirt. From Stock MFG: “2-in-1 pocket with carpenter pencil slot, and 3-D hand pockets. Elbows are reinforced with contrast-stitched patches and stress points on pockets are reinforced with contrast bar tacks.”


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