Jun 16, 2016
Celebrating Dad: 6 Quick Father's Day Gifts
For as long as you can recall, dad has been there to lend a helping hand or offer up some sound advice when it comes to fixing things. But from time to time, even he could use a little help. With this all-in-one emergency tool and flashlight from Brookstone, dad will be prepared for anything life throws at him. Whether it's fixing a fuse when the lights go out, uncorking a stubborn bottle of wine, or removing a stripped screw, he can handle them all without breaking a sweat with this multi-tool.
Despite his rugged good looks and occasional gruffness, you know that dad still likes to pamper himself from time to time. And while we won't ever see him in line for a manicure, you can ensure that he'll have the freshest hair at the office or jobsite with this special hydrating shampoo for dudes from Paul Brown. Plus, with its sporty packaging, dad's new shampoo will reflect his active personality.
Need we say more? He was there when you learned to say your first word, ride a bike, got dumped in high school, and said "I do." Let the first man in your life know how much you care with this locally designed card from Mistprint.
For years, dad has worn his favorite UH hat to be beach, without fail. Every. Single. Time. But the whole family can agree that it's time to step it up a bit. With this woven fedora, dad will be able to shield himself from the sun, all the while looking like the most dapper dad in the city.
Because after a long day at the office, some dads like to unwind with a cold beer at home. But for your dad, not just any beer will do. This Route 70 Saison from Lanikai Brewing Co., with its scenic sunset packaging and smooth flavor, is sure to leave a smile on dear old dad's face when he's ready to pau hana. After all, he's earned it.
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